English as a first language. Yeah.

Benjamine, of course, was Ben’s shy sister.

24 responses to “English as a first language. Yeah.

  1. It just goes to show how illiterate these bastards are. They have no clue as to what the hell is going on.
    I have to re-blog this one.


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  3. He, he, he……


  4. Is that Glenn Beck holding the sign? I was wondering what he was doing since he left his show.


  5. If they ever took the time to look into the lives and histories of their “founding father” heroes, I think they’d be a little shocked.


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  7. These people make stuff up then plaster it on posters and bumper stickers to parade their lunacy before the public.


  8. Idjits and maroons…..evry won!


  9. All these comments from people who support(ed) someone who, among other bits of ignorance and/or stupidity, claimed America had 57 states. ROFLMAO

    You fools voted for Obama in 2008 to prove you weren’t racist (actually, it proved that you were) but who are you going to vote for in 2012 to prove you aren’t insane?

    On a more serious note though, these rallies have been infiltrated by Liberal filth who deliberately use signs like this and strive to get media attention. Therefor, I ignore most of them, especially ones like this which are too perfectly setup in the photo.


    • [You fools voted for Obama in 2008 to prove you weren’t racist]

      And a 73 years old former prisoner of war with cancer who chose an astonishingly ill-equipped candidate for VP had absolutely nothing to do with it.

      The best man won.


      • Hmmm…McCain’s numbers went up after he picked Palin and he and Obama still split the Independents fairly evenly according to exit polls – and neither of those thing touches the Dems’ Primary elections at a all…

        Did the best man win? Not by a long shot. Were either of them very good in the first place? Nope.


        • All true probably, but Obama was elected. Fair and square.


          • Obama blew him away in the Electoral College vote, and even won in states, that nobody he could take.
            McCain nice guy, but to grumpy. Palin well, she belongs on out in the middle of the field chasing butterflies. Bachmann can keep her company.


          • Fair and square is a matter of opinion since the MSM was in the tank for Obama and essentially installed him as POTUS by “adjusting” perceptions.

            In any event though, that’s over with and for a while we’re saddled with this narcissistic, venal, idiot who bears a lot of resemblance old Pres. Hoover..


  10. Franklin spent a lot of time in France. Maybe it has to do with that.


  11. I have to agree with Jonolan. The fact that Benjamin was misspelled is a tip off that this guy is a plant . Of course lefties would never do that .


  12. Franklin though a rounder in his youth was a genuine person of faith reflected in his writings. At least judging from a bio I read 4-5 years ago.

    He certainly did believe in education, the postal service, and fire departments. He certainly supported government, but a much smaller one than today.


    • The way Franklin lived his life allowed for both being a bon vivant, lover of the good life AND a person of faith. Although he didn’t ‘belong’ to any religion or attend a church, he beleived deeply in ‘virtue’ which I guess he defined in his own fashion 🙂


  13. :: groans ::

    I don’t know what’s worse: the poor spelling, or the political stance.


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