From the Manhattan Infidel Future Archives: A Discussion of King Barack’s Reign

Freedom is the freedom to say 2 + 2 = 4.  Once that is granted all else follows.

Freedom is the freedom to say 2 + 2 = 4. Once that is granted all else follows.

Today at Manhattan Infidel I have traveled to the year 2035 where I will be holding a round-table discussion with several experts who will discuss the end of the Republic of America, its causes as well as the reign of King Barack the First (may he rule forever!)

MI: Welcome.  I thank you all for being here. My first question is was the American Republic doomed?

Expert One: Yes I believe it was.  Socialism is inevitable.  It’s the natural state of fallen humanity.  Our Republic, any republic, cannot long survive.  Mankind demands a strong ruler. 

Expert Two:  May I interject?  I absolutely agree with my colleague. Look at the former Republic and the former Constitution.  It was a limited government.  Who benefits from a limited government?  White people that’s who.  King Barack (may his benevolent rule last forever) realized this.  A limited government would never be able to help the downtrodden and oppressed.  He spoke to the inner need inside everyone to be taken care of by their government.

MI: Is there anything that could have saved the Constitution and the Republic?

Expert Three: Maybe if we had a free press. That might have done it.  The former system of a limited government and separation of powers would only work if an independent press  held politicians accountable.  That didn’t happen when King Barack (may he live forever) was President.  As a result, with the press cheering for him he was able to do anything he wanted with impunity.

MI: Like when he said that the great thing about being President was that he could do anything he wanted.

Expert One: Precisely.  And what’s so bad about that?  Under the former regime the government did nothing.  Now under the rule of one man (may he live forever) the subjects of the United States government  can rest assured that they will get their fair share.

MI: Under the new dispensation one of the first things King Barack –

Expert Two: May he rule forever!

MI:  Yes.  One of the first things he did was outlaw the Republican party.

Expert Three: You have your facts wrong.  He didn’t outlaw it.  He simply made Republicans sign an oath stating that they are loyal to the King and any political thoughts they may utter will not contradict the will of our Supreme Leader (may he rule forever).

Expert One: And he made it illegal for Republicans to own a car worth more than $3,500.

MI: Why do you think he did that?

Expert Two: Shame.  It’s important to shame Republicans.

Expert Three: But I think one thing we can all agree on is that Americans are all better off now than under the former dispensation.

Expert One: Yes, exactly.  Capitalism led to income inequality.  Under socialism everyone makes the same.

MI: Except for the elite Democrats.

Expert Two: Rank has privileges.  And I for one sleep better at night knowing my rulers live a lifestyle befitting their station.

MI: So Americans are better off than they were 20 years ago?  

Experts One, Two and Three in unison: Definitely.  May Barack’s benevolent reign last forever.

MI: What about the shortages?

Expert Two: You’re talking about food, water and toilet paper?

MI:  Yes.

Expert One: Look, socialism is the perfect economic system.  It allows us to make progress.  We just have to work out the kinks.

MI: King Barack – 

Experts One, Two and Three in unison:  May he rule forever!

MI:  The king will be 75 this year.  How much longer can he remain as our ruler?

Expert One: Our king doesn’t show his age.  He is a masculine, virile ruler.

Expert Two: A most virile ruler.  A man’s man.  I expect him to rule for another twenty years at least.

MI: Then why hasn’t he been seen in public in five years? 

Expert Three: King Barack is a kind and benevolent man.  He is sparing us.  The average man would not be able to view his Godhead without going blind.

MI: That’s about all the time I have.  I thank you for meeting with me.

Experts One, Two and Three in unison: May King Barack live forever!

They weren’t kidding about the shortage of toilet paper.  If you travel into the future bring your own.



2 Responses

  1. “If you travel into the future bring your own. ”

    I would but here in my past we don’t have toilet paper either.

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