Liberal comedian Wanda Sykes has no qualms about expressing her contempt for those who dare to think differently from her, as witnessed this week on “The Late Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
she channel her anger As she put it:
“The states in the middle. That red thing.”
You know, like the states that house her fellow Americans, watch her movies and shows, work the roads that trucks traverse, supply goods from coast to coast, and feed people along the coast. That blue thing.
Oh, and enjoy the same rights the Constitution gives her as Americans who live on the coast.
But her comments don’t stop there. She went on to get into the flyover state in what was probably one of the most insultingly boring and uneducated riffs I’ve ever heard.
Someone needs to tell Wanda Sykes that America is a constitutional republic not a democracy!
— Diamond and Silk® (@DiamondandSilk) June 29, 2022
So get ready, readers; it’s time to learn how it doesn’t matter because you live in the middle and have different beliefs than people living on the coast.
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Poor Wanda has a certain feeling after Supreme Court ruling Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health.
Ms Sykes told Mr Colbert America “is no longer a democracy”. I mean, we are no longer majority ruled. ‘ She went on to ask:
“Why would they tell us what to do when most of us survived? [in] New York, California? We’re paying for all this crap, really. “
She went on to say:
“California, if it’s a country, it’s like the fourth or fifth largest economy. So if, you know, I fit the bill and know where you stand. You know what I’m talking about?”
Sorry Wanda, I’m not sure I know what you’re talking about. Can you draw a verbal picture for me?
“If I say, ‘Hey, let’s go out to dinner.’ You can’t choose restaurants. Shut up and eat.”
Ah, it’s there. Feelings of Ms. Sykes, unfortunately she is not alone because with so many Americans living in California and New York and providing so much income, the rest of us civilians should not be allowed to participate in the democratic process and should be thankful for them let us exist.
I would never watch anything with Wanda Sykes attached to it. I’m tired of this elitist mentality. https://t.co/0KnBN4aoqW
— Annie (@icequeen434) June 28, 2022
Fortunately for Wanda, however, I can explain why the rest of the US has a say in what happens in this country, regardless of the size of the populations of California and New York. It’s called the Electoral College.
From sea to sparkling sea
I have traveled all over this great country. I grew up in the Midwest and have lived in California, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma and now Virginia for a while.
I also live all over the world. Asia, Europe, and spent some time in Africa. There is a lot to love about these places. Still, when it comes to A’s Good America, I’ve always been in awe of how culturally and geographically diverse the country is.
That’s why we have the Electoral College – protecting us from the mentality of people like Wanda Sykes and Stephen Colbert who believe that those who hold the money deserve to be in power. It’s a very 18th century monarchy mentality that our founding fathers rejected. https://t.co/aV0BLrM3W0
— Charlie (@CharlieBayer8) June 28, 2022
I am a city girl at heart. I love the abundance of restaurants, things to see and do, and of course shopping. But there is something magical about Central America.
“Something in the middle” has a lot to offer the rest of the country.At least in 2020, when it comes to Agricultural cash incomeStill, they have a good relationship with Iowa, Nebraska, Texas and Kansas. most cotton This brings our clothes from Texas, Georgia, Mississippi and Arkansas.
I love my time in California. I was introduced to the sushi there, Big Sur and sunshine I had never seen before. But not everything about California and New York is attractive in this regard.
#1 in California the highest in the country Regarding its homeless population, it accounts for one-fifth of the total homeless population in the United States. New York is the second highest.
also, California has the lowest literacy rate in the nation, with 23.1 percent of adults unable to understand basic prose. New York came in second with 22.1%. So maybe those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.
Not everyone thinks we’re pathetic
failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton To ever call a large group of Americans a “basket of deplorable people” is a very strange statement in itself. While I don’t think that was the main reason she lost the election, it certainly didn’t help.
However, not all celebrities or big-name lefties think those of us who are “on the other side” are bad. E.g, Matthew McConaughey Once challenged the country to “…become actively centre-centred”. He went on to say:
“There are a lot of people in that illiberal left who are absolutely condescending and arrogant to the other 50 percent.”
My personal favorite Mark Mark Wahlberg Someone once said:
“They might buy your CDs or watch your movies, but you don’t put food on their table. You don’t pay their bills. A lot of Hollywood lives in a bubble. Ordinary people whose families provide services are completely out of touch.”
By the way, that man gets better with age. But I digress.
Final thoughts on where we are today
All week I’ve been reading social media posts from friends and family, often with expletives and laments about the end of democracy as we know it.I’ve heard celebrities and musicians like the Green Day frontman Billy Joe Armstrong To declare in London:
“Fuck America, I… give up my citizenship. I… come here. There’s too much… stupid in the world to go back to that miserable… excuse for a country.”
First, abortion, although legal within 24 weeks of pregnancy U.K., which required the approval of two doctors who believed the mother was at considerable physical and mental risk. Secondly, Billie Jo, what a shame you are.
as President Biden Someone once said:
“You can love your country only when you win.”
We allow ourselves to be controlled and addicted to our anger. It tears apart families, destroys friendships, and threatens our democracy.
We must learn to turn our political anger into constructive debate. We must learn to understand each other again. We really have to get better at teaching American citizenship, if not for our children, at least for Wanda Sykes.
Only 38 percent of Americans are proud to be American, an all-time low in a Gallup poll.
This is the job of Democrats and radical teachers’ unions.
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) July 1, 2022
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