What's the difference between someone employeed, and a communist ? <br><br>You can't tax a communist ;-). <br><br><br>Okay, here goes a partisan joke . <br><br>One day Johnny was going to the grocery store to pay with his food stamps. Johnny then went and cashed in his welfare check and went home to watch Jenny Jones rerun. After a few years, the Republicans were elected. Johnny was asked to find a job. His welfare check and food stamps stopped. Johnny was forced to look for a job.<br><br>He went and finally found a job. Johnny rose in the ranks, and was maddened by the high payroll taxes, knowing that social security is worth jack compared to his friend Marcus, who had an account with Charles Schwab. Johnny was mad at the high taxes, and decided to stop voting for a return to his welfare/food stamp days. Johnny became a Republican. However he said that being a communist in his old days thought him the value of a hard days work once he switched sides and become a non-communist aka Republican.<br><br>Johnny is really happy now.
Dude the right wing bashing a small L liberal doesnt wash with me, i dont care about US poliitics its a complete non democratic concept that says $$$ = the right way<br>sorry dont care about Bushism<br><br>
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