Zombies, guns and the election

Inhuman lunatics have unleashed their torrent of unearned financial wealth, and all of its mindless, unmerited and undeserved control of Earth’s resources, on this year’s electoral process. And unless voters make a fearless choice next month, our civil construct appears ready to wash-away in a psychotic-tsunami of wasted human ingenuity and decimated social wealth.

These “zombies” are even doubling-down on their naïve yet deranged, half-witted objective by duping state houses into voter disenfranchisement, just to placate their ego-maniacal Armageddon fears wherein each believes they are the Absolute. Thanks to 30-years of irrational supply-side Reaganomics, and all its ethereal, zombie generating, civil consequences, we’ve got guns for urban massacre easier to access than women’s health; we’ve got profit-motivated corporations deemed socially conscious citizens yet “fracking” our freshwater to waste and poisoning the pure that’s left while these “soulless” people purge eons old oil from tar sands to pollute all of new creation; and we’ve “legal” financial endeavors profit-motivated to realize when investments fail yet secured by insurance firms re-insured with our national treasury; and still we continue to promote intransigent representatives who act like bullies leveraging 225 years of our Constitution to serve their own fantasy.

If we keep down the path we’re on, this imbalanced reality may only be reconciled of its misery by that French guillotine!

“God, please save America!”

John S. Sonin

Juneau

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