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Turkey in the Straw
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Once the New Administration cuts out all U.S. government regulation . . .
12 January 2017 | by (The Gutters of Baltimore) – See all my reviews

. . . as the Red Commie KGB enablers making up the majority of the population in the benighted American Fly-Over Red States demand, Warner Bros. warning prophecy out of their psychic Animated Shorts Seers division (aka, the Looney Tuners) entitled BOSKO'S STORE will finally come to pass 75 years after this prognostication first hit the Big Screen. With title character Bosko representing KGB American Czar Vlad "Mad Dog" Putin's Puppet Rump running America--Allegorized here as BOSKO'S STORE--canines, felines, and rodents are shown having the run of the U.S. food supply venues. BOSKO'S STORE shows an anonymous dachshund, Honey's cat Wilbur, and a tube of baloney all being sliced up by the same unsanitary floor fan (with the resulting mix presumably served to we unsuspecting American consumers). Now, it's fine and dandy if Red State Residents are stuck eating this kind of slop (and it would serve them right if they all expire as a consequence, in accordance with their Leader Putin's Plan to kill off as many Americans as he can). However, why should the Innocent Blue State Majority who voted overwhelmingly for Hillary also be force-fed the deregulated gruel of garbage emanating from BOSKO'S STORE?!


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