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Because, really, who wouldn't want one -- what am I saying; a few -- of these?
...equally qualified to be both a serious attempt at promoting dems, and brilliant satire.
I like the one that says "Mommy is a Democrat because she wants everyone to play by the rules" and in the background a vagrant is sleeping under a newspaper that reads "Supreme Court Rules for Business"
Mostly though I'm kind of wondering what these would look like for other ideologies. For instance, it's hard to imagine a children's book that in anyway gets across notions of unanticipated consequences, moral hazard, the tragic vision, etc.
The sandbox teaches those quite nicely.
I think they're out there (think I've seen a list somewhere, in fact).
And if they're not, we can write them.
Oh, my gosh ... I have to scrub my brain .. if that's even possible ...
Followed up by the heart-warming "Why Mommy is a teen-aged welfare queen", "Why Daddy is a Democrat (When we can find him)" and "Sarah Palin killed my pet bunny."
You can find them next to the book, "My First Grope - The TSA and You."
Ah, I see you've found the "required reading list" promoted by the National Education Association.
Am I wrong, or is Mommy protecting her babies from the big, bad elephant?
This isn't just about values. It's about teaching kids who the enemies are.
These would make great gifts for teenagers. They are so saccharine as to encourage nausea.
False advertising, James. I thought you were touting the Sexbot 2000. Back to square one on the gift list...
"Democrats make sure we share all our toys, just like mommy does." As a definition of nanny-state socialism, I don't think that can be topped. Circumlocution gives way to plain speech when speaking to children and makes the left's agenda clear enough for even an independent voter to see.
On the page that says, "Democrats make sure we are always safe..." Mommy is protecting the kids from an elephant. Sadly, that is the only enemy Democrats are willing to fight.
Is it just me or does the depiction of the Democrats making the earth feel better look just like Michael Moore?
This just proves that Tommy De Seno was very prescient in his Friday Fun column from last month. Trapping and drowning squirrels. Sounds good to me...
This has to be a parody site. Its outrageously funny.
"Democrats give police officers and firefighters the tools they need to do their jobs."
The footnote reads:
"However, we also reserve the right to hurl them under the bus when one of our grievance-constituencies gets ruffled feathers."
I was totally thinking the same thing.
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