09-17 Politically Incorrect Daily

Political Memes and Funny Pictures

2020 schools closed high winds 1979 tornados hold book over your head
lockdown ended chippendales anounces appear event fat guys
joe biden american 300 million 150 lost gun violence 120 to covid 19 reaching out to friends
smokey stop setting shit on fire need something burn november trump reelected
two guys who can fix america george jefferson archie bunker
democrats panic pilot turbulence
joe biden bernie sanders more than 80 years combined in washington not solution they are the problem
trump tshirt biden likes minors blm
things more likely kill you than covid shark falling coconuts lightning hillary clinton
people in media defending sexual exploitation of minors same stayed silent epstein
democrats royalty politicians when called out violating corona rules they implemented

Tweets of the Day

tweet james woods california wildfires arsonist obama climate change
tweet bernie sanders people sick of middle east wars defeat trump candidate voted iraq war biden

Quote of the Day

quote joe biden dont want my children grow up in racial jungle cnn cross off trump

Messages of the Day

to pro athletes think were listening advice from someone chasing ball get it from dog
usa flag means more to me than nfl ever will

Random Thought of the Day

Yesterday I watched the movie Citizen Kane, a movie that appears at or near the top of virtually every film critic’s list of Best Movies Ever. I get the William Randolph Hearst comparison and the rosebud themes, but to put it quite simply, it was a terrible film, judged not only by today’s standards but those of the time it was made. It was boring, poorly acted, and OMG, the 2nd wife’s voice was grating nails-on-the-chalkboard. So why is it ranked so high? I believe it’s a common problem in our society, and that is “peer pressure and prevailing thoughts.” In other words, it’s so widely accepted as the best that film critics believe their peers will think less of them if they say how truly bad of a film it is. You see the same type of “if everyone else thinks it, it must be true” thinking throughout history and pop culture. For example, “Bob Dillon had a great voice,” “Franklin Roosevelt was a great president,” “Barack Obama is really smart.” You’re just supposed to agree with it, and you will be ridiculed if you don’t. You see the same thinking on climate change alarmism in the science community, along with probably the most obvious example today, “systemic racism.” Anyone in professional sports, politics, or mainstream media MUST set aside all critical thinking skills and just state there is systemic racism in America. And if the peer pressure and prevailing wisdom doesn’t convince people to parrot the systemic racism lines, the PC cancel culture makes sure anyone with critical thinking skills at least keeps quiet.

democrat 2020 making america hate again racism its all we got folks
democrats keep calm and cry racism
stirring pot racism ny times cnn cbs msnbc wash post abc
elizabeth warren invents new kinds of racism dont think it means what you think it means
quote morgan freeman how to stop racism stop talking about it no white black man

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3 thoughts on “09-17 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. While once in awhile a liberal meme makes a legit point, most of the time they succeed in making the point that liberal mindsets operate on something less than a full bowl of Wheaties. I have to ask here, why does it seem folks don’t weigh-in here acknowledging the humor and clarity of most of what’s re-posted in your dailies? Recognize that as a tacit admission that some conservative opinions, some ‘messages’ conservative memes push are as luridly insane as their liberal counterparts. Just curious.

    • It’s all done tongue-in-cheek, and any ‘message’ in a meme is taken as it is intended.
      As a joke.
      Personally, I don’t look towards cartoons and obvious satire for guidance, political or otherwise.
      I would hope the same applied to the masses.

  2. I watched Citizen Kane and I agree with the consensus it is the greatest film. Poor Orson Welles produced a masterpiece for his first film and could never top it.

    I don’t think it’s a good example of unthinking consensus, as it is a film that has been analyzed in detail, shot-by-shot, by critics and film students for decades.

    A better example is “diversity” is good, it results in better decisions, and makes us stronger. One might be able to support that as a religious or philosophical belief, it is instead promoted as a scientific fact. Yet the science is that diversity causes conflict and results in lower trust societies. Studies on “group think” are in the political arena and are pretty weak. Contrasting examples of low-diversity success are dismissed or ignored.

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