This is the Best Analogy Yet!

This is the best analogy yet for the mess that America is now in economically.

I bought a bird feeder. I hung it on my back porch and filled it with seed. What a beauty of a bird feeder it was, as I filled it lovingly with seed. Within a week we had hundreds of birds taking advantage of the continuous flow of free and Easily accessible food.

But then the birds started building nests in the boards of the patio, above the table, and next to the barbecue.

Then came the poop. It was every where: on the patio tile, the chairs, the table .. everywhere!

Then some of the birds turned mean. They would dive bomb me and try to peck me even though I had fed them out of my own pocket.

And others birds were boisterous and loud. They sat on the feeder and
squawked and screamed at all hours of the day and night and demanded that I fill it when it got low on food.

After a while, I couldn’t even sit on my own back porch anymore. So I took down the bird feeder and in 3 days the birds were gone. I cleaned up their mess and took down the many nests they had built all over the patio.

Soon, the back yard was like it used to be …. quiet, serene…. and no one demanding their rights to a free meal.

Now let’s see. our government gives out free food, subsidized housing,
free medical care and free education, and allows anyone born here to be an automatic citizen.

Then the illegal’s came by the tens of thousands. Suddenly our taxes went up to pay for free services; small apartments are housing 5 families; you have to wait 6 hours to be seen by an emergency room doctor; your child’s second grade class is behind other schools because over half the class doesn’t speak English.

Corn Flakes now come in a bilingual box; I have to ‘press one ‘ to hear my bank talk to me in English, and people waving flags other than ‘Old Glory’ are squawking and screaming in the streets, demanding more rights and free liberties.

Just my opinion, but maybe it’s time for the government to take down the bird feeder.

If you agree, pass it on; if not, Just continue cleaning up the poop

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6 Responses to “This is the Best Analogy Yet!”

  1. CountDown Says:

    Time for the hawks to swoop on in. No quicker way to empty and evacuate those feeders of lazy birds…..

  2. sickobama Says:

    THIS IS GOOD AND TO THE POINT !!!!!

    Muslim heritage in America?

    Barrack OBAMA, in his Cairo speech, said: “I know, too, that Islam
    has always been a part of America’s story.”

    AN AMERICAN CITIZEN’S RESPONSE:

    Dear Mr. Obama:

    Where were those Muslims that were in America when the Pilgrims first
    landed? Funny, I thought they were Native American Indians.

    Where were those Muslims that celebrated the first Thanksgiving day?
    Sorry again, those were Pilgrims and Native American Indians.

    Can you show me one Muslim signature on the United States Constitution?

    Declaration of Independence?

    Bill of Rights?

    Didn’t think so.

    Did Muslims fight for this country’s freedom from England? No.

    Did Muslims fight during the Civil War to free the slaves in America?
    No, they did not. In fact, Muslims to this day are still the largest
    traffickers in human slavery. Your own half brother, a devout Muslim,
    still advocates slavery himself, even though Muslims of Arabic descent
    refer to black Muslims as “pug nosed slaves.” Says a lot of what the
    Muslim world really thinks of your family’s “rich Islamic heritage,”
    Doesn’t it Obama?

    Where were Muslims during the Civil Rights era of this country?

    Not Present.

    There are no pictures or media accounts of Muslims walking side by side
    With Martin Luther King, Jr. or helping to advance the cause of Civil
    Rights.

    Where were Muslims during this country’s Woman’s Suffrage era? Again,
    Not present. In fact, devout Muslims demand that women are
    subservient to men in the Islamic culture. So much so, that often
    they are beaten for not wearing the ‘hajib’ or for talking to a man who
    is not a direct family member or their husband. Yep, the Muslims are
    all for women’s rights, aren’t they?

    Where were Muslims during World War II? They were aligned with Adolf
    Hitler. The Muslim Grand Mufti himself met with Adolf Hitler,
    reviewed the troops and accepted support from the Nazi’s in killing
    Jews.

    Finally, Mr. Obama, where were Muslims on Sept. 11th, 2001? If
    they weren’t flying planes into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon or
    a field in Pennsylvania killing nearly 3,000 people on our own soil,
    they were rejoicing in the Middle East. No one can dispute the
    pictures shown from all parts of the Muslim world celebrating on CNN,
    Fox News, MSNBC and other cable news networks that day.

    Strangely, the very “moderate” Muslims who’s asses you bent over
    backwards to kiss in Cairo, Egypt on June 4th were stone cold silent
    post 9-11. To many Americans, their silence has meant approval for
    the acts of that day.

    And THAT, Mr. Obama, is the “rich heritage” Muslims have here in
    America.

    Oh, I forgot to mention the Barbary Pirates. They were Muslim.

    And now we can add November 5, 2009 – the slaughter of American soldiers
    at Fort Hood by a Muslim major who is a doctor and a Psychiatrist who
    was supposed to be counseling soldiers returning from Battle in Iraq and
    Afghanistan.

    That, Mr. Obama is the “Muslim heritage” in America.

    And with that, you can KISS MY American Ass!!

  3. PATRIOT Says:

    Gee what a hateful, distasteful bunch of racist y’all are. I would be miserable if I had to go through life with your negative racist attitudes. I wish our Genius President would sign an executive order that would throw y’all out of this country. Then we all could FINALLY live in peace!!

  4. armageddonoutahere Says:

    ExPatriot Racism…Racist… Racism…Racist You just keep singing the same old song. You never have facts to negate what is said…you just
    keep singing the same stale song. You live, hoping to end truth with your
    wishy washy racism rants. It doesn’t work. You just keep making a fool of
    yourself. You do serve a purpose though. You’re still good for laughs.

  5. Wanderant Says:

    sickobama for PRESIDENT!!

  6. Franz Says:

    You just can’t help but get my goat with these slanted and loaded diatribes.

    Now, when all is said and done I am no big fan of Islam, but to be fair I am equally disenchanted with
    Christianity and not all that thrilled with Judaism. I am agnostic heading towards atheism, but probably a Buddhist at heart.

    Here are a few responses to the letter.

    Were those Muslims that were in America when the Pilgrims first landed? Were those Muslims that celebrated the first Thanksgiving Day?

    Some were exploring the Southwest on Spanish expeditions; look up Estevanico an Arab Negro, a Muslim who came from Azamore. Some were settling in the Appalachian region. In 1600, The Indians told Jamestown residents that with only a six-day walk to the west, there were “people like you,” who wore their hair short and built log houses. The Melungeons were Portuguese and North African, with Indian traits and were the first people, aside from Native Americans to penetrate so deeply into the Appalachian region.

    By 1312, Mansa Musa’s brother Sultan Abu Bakri II of Mali made his second expedition on the Atlantic Ocean. In 1324 on his famous journey to Hajj, Mansa Musa reported in Cairo that his brother had left him in charge of Mali. Anthropologists have proven that the Mandinkas under Abu Bakri explored many parts of North America via the Mississippi and other river systems. At Four Corners, Arizona writings show that they even brought elephants from Africa to the area.

    In 1492, Columbus had two captains of Muslim origin during his first voyage, one named Martin Alonso Pinzon the captain of the Pinta, and his brother Vicente Yanex Pinzon the captain of the Nina. They were wealthy expert ship outfitters who helped organize Columbus’ expedition and repaired the flagship Santa Maria. The Pinzon family was related to Abuzayan Muhammad III, the Moroccan Sultan of
    the Marinid Dynasty (1196-1465).

    Can you show me one Muslim signature on the United States Constitution? Declaration of Independence? Bill of Rights?

    No, but in the late 1770s Salim the Algerian was a Muslim from a royal family of Algiers. He was captured by Spanish men of war and later sold into slavery to the French in New Orleans. He eventually got his freedom after running away from slavery. He lived a while among the Native American Indian tribes and settled in Virginia. Salim eventually met Thomas Jefferson, attended the 1st Continental Congress.

    By the way, not all the “founding fathers”, signators of the Constitution, were all that “Christian”. Some were agnostic or anti-religion. And for the record, there were no Jewish, Buddhist, Hindu signers either.

    In 1777 Morocco becomes the first country to acknowledge America’s independence as a new country.

    Did Muslims fight for this country’s freedom from England ? No.

    Uh, Yes. 1774–1783 there were at least six people with Islamic names who fought in the Revolutionary War as colonial soldiers. One of them was Yusuf Ben Ali, also known as Joseph (Benenhali) Benhaley, who fought with General Sumter in South Carolina. After the war, General Sumter took Joseph Benhaley with him inland to Stateburg where they settled down. Joseph Benhaley’s name appeared in the 1790 census of Sumter County. Revolutionary records also show that there was a Bampett Muhamed who was a Corporal in the Revolutionary Army, from 1775-1783 in Virginia. Francis Saba was listed as a sergeant with the Continental Troops in roll 132, 1775-1783, and Joseph Saba was listed as a Fifer in the Continental Troops roll 132, 1775-1783.

    Bilali “Ben Ali” was the leader of one of America’s earliest known Muslim communities. It’s documented that in 1812 there were at least eighty Muslims living on a plantation controlled by Ben Ali from 1806 to the late 1830s. Bilali was known for regularly wearing his fez, a long coat, praying five times a day facing the east, fasting during the month of Ramadan, and celebrating the two holidays when they came. Bilali was buried with his Qur’an and prayer rug.

    Bilali was well educated in Islamic law. While enslaved Bilali became the community leader and Imam of at least 80 men. During the War of 1812 Bilali told his slave master that he had 80 men of the true faith to help defend the land against the British.

    Did Muslims fight during the Civil War to free the slaves in America? No, they did not.

    Yes they did. 1864-1865 Max Hassan was another Muslim from Africa who fought in the Civil War. His war record shows he came from Africa and worked as a porter in the service. After Max Hassan’s service days he moved to New York where he worked as a White Washer and lived with his wife Emma (Lena)
    Hassan who was born in Germany. Together they had at least four children, two girls named France born in 1857 and Carrie born in 1859, and two boys Max born 1862 and Chas Hassan born in 1877. His son Max Hassan was living in New York in during the 1930s census as a white man.

    He was just one of many African Muslims, most escaped and former slaves that fought during the Civil War.

    In fact, Muslims to this day are still the largest traffickers in human slavery. Your own half brother, a devout Muslim, still advocates slavery himself, even though Muslims of Arabic descent refer to black Muslims as “pug nosed slaves.” Says a lot of what the Muslim world really thinks of your family’s “rich Islamic heritage,” doesn’t it Mr. Obama?

    Oh, where to start. The flaws in logic here astound the thinking mind. First; Muslims were slaves, slave traders and slave holders. Christians in the US were slaves, slave traders and slave holders. So, how is Islam to blame and Christianity not? Many of the slaves in the US were Muslim. For example, in 1767, Kunta Kinte was captured and enslaved. Kunta Kinte was a Muslim born in 1750, in the village of Juffure in Gambia. He was shipped to Annapolis, Maryland on the ship Lord Ligonier and sold to a Virginia planter. Kunta Kinte fought hard to hold on to his Islamic heritage. Having learned the Qur’an as a boy Kunta scratched Arabic phrases in the dirt and tried to pray every day after he arrived in America. Kunta Kinte was Alex’s Haley Mandingo forbearer, who he talks about in his book Roots

    Second; Americans and Australians with support of eastern European mobsters are the largest traffickers in sexual slavery. Depending on definition China may be the largest trafficker in indentured servitude and slavery by orders of magnitude. There is no doubt that many African and Muslim nations still participate in the slave trade, but they are hardly alone and it is NOT an Islamic issue, it is a UNIVERSAL human rights issue.

    Third; I can find no citation for Obama’s half-brother, but I didn’t look hard because it doesn’t matter. I am not responsible for my brother’s political and social stands, why would I hold the President responsible for his brother’s views.

    Where were Muslims during the Civil Rights era of this country? Not present.

    Malcom X? Black Panthers? Nation of Islam? Are you kidding me? I don’t hold them up as paragons of virtue, and certainly don’t want anyone else emulating them, but you can’t deny their role, their participation, their influence.

    There are no pictures or media accounts of Muslims walking side by side with Martin Luther King, Jr. or helping to advance the cause of Civil Rights.

    Great. Find me pictures of some great white Christian republicans like Ronald Reagan marching and we’ll talk.

    Where were Muslims during World War II? They were aligned with Adolf Hitler. The Muslim grand mufti himself met with Adolf Hitler, reviewed the troops and accepted support from the Nazi’s in killing Jews.

    So did some of the Royal family, the Italian aristocracy and political leadership, half of France, Franco of Spain, some American corporate leaders. All Christians by the way. And the Pope kinda stood by and watched as well. Some of the primary and more famous Americans and companies that were involved with the fascist regimes of Europe are: William Randolph Hearst, Joseph Kennedy (JFK’s father), Charles Lindbergh, John Rockefeller, Andrew Mellon (head of Alcoa, banker, and Secretary of Treasury), DuPont, General Motors, Standard Oil (now Exxon), Ford, ITT, Allen Dulles (later head of the CIA), Prescott Bush, National City Bank, and General Electric. Charles Lindbergh attending Nazi party in Berlin – 1935
    The following is excerpted from a report printed by the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary in 1974: Ford was also active in Nazi Germany’s prewar preparations. In 1938, for instance, it opened a truck assembly plant in Berlin whose “real purpose,” according to U.S. Army Intelligence, was producing “troop transport-type” vehicles for the Wehrmacht. That year Ford’s chief executive received the Nazi German Eagle (first class)…. After the cessation of hostilities, GM and Ford demanded reparations from the U.S. Government for wartime damages sustained by their Axis facilities as a result of Allied bombing… Ford received a little less than $1 million, primarily as a result of damages sustained by its military truck complex at Cologne…

    Here is another interesting tidbit I turned up, the view of one of our founding fathers and a former President.

    In 1797 the Treaty of Tripole in Article 11 reads: As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion; as it has in itself no character of enmity against the laws, religion, or tranquility, of Mussulmen; and, as the said States never entered into any war, or act of hostility against any Mahometan nation, it is declared by the parties, that no pretext arising from religious opinions, shall ever produce an interruption of the harmony existing between the two countries.

    The treaty was signed at Tripoli on November 4, 1796 and at Algiers on January 3, 1797, finally receiving ratification from the U.S. Senate on June 7, 1797 and signed by President John Adams on June 10, 1797.

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