11-26 Politically Incorrect Daily

Political Memes and Funny Pictures

thanksgiving so youre telling me stomach going to hurt because you ate too much
thanksgiving-with-family-day-1-vs-day-3-fighting-walking-dead
me when thanksgiving dinner conversation shifts to politics sponge bob head out
thanksgiving 2020 bought turkey feeds 12-15 police break down door
governor cuomo calls sheriffs wont enforce thanksgiving restrictions dictators dumbass government
pilgrims america this is land where conservatives speak without censorship zuckerberg dorsey
thanksgiving is one day year can eat whatever you want me thinking about all quarantine meals
dr fauci follow the science thanksgiving moving goal posts
cdc thanksgiving guidelines dr scott atlas pilgrim blowing away
office me when i see someone buying 2021 calendar i love the optimism
babylon bee state governor frees drug deals space for families celebrating thanksgiving

They Deserve a Thanksgiving Too

dog thanksgiving turkey stuffing ill take the brown pebbles again
pre-thanksgiving-dinner-talk-german-sherperds-dog

Tweet/Parley of the Day

tweet dad buried worst part about driving visit family not being already drunk when walk in door

Quote of the Day

quote jim gaffigan thanksgiving tradition eat a lot with people that annoy hell out of us

Message of the Day

History teaches us so many valuable lessons. For example, in World War II, many small twists of fate could have changed the entire course of events and caused unimaginable suffering. Case in point, early in the war, the Germans had almost the entire British army trapped on the beach of Dunkirk. Hitler could have easily crushed the British, but instead he turned his attention towards Paris, allowing the British to mount a heroic rescue. Had Britain been defeated, Germany could have easily taken all of Europe and prevented the U.S. from having a base to counterattack. Consider the Battle of the Bulge, where Hitler’s counterattack threatened to undo all the gains of D-Day. Had it not been for a sudden change in weather conditions, Patton’s 3rd Army may not have been able to win the battle, allowing Hitler to stay in power possibly long enough for Germany to build a nuclear weapon. Imagine Nazis with a nuke! How about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Just by chance, multiple aircraft carriers were out on exercise and therefore not part of the carnage. Had they been destroyed, the West Coast of the continental U.S. would have been vulnerable to attack. The examples are endless of where you can say “we were lucky,” but maybe, just maybe, it wasn’t luck. Maybe things happen for a reason.

How does this relate to today? I’m not sure yet. Maybe the close election will put pressure on those in power to put in audit & verification procedures so voter fraud and “mistakes” like in 2020 never happen again. Imagine Ruth Bader Ginsburg, rest in peace, had died just a couple months later and just 1-2 more Senate seat had gone to Democrats. Would the U.S. have a democracy in a few years? Maybe the lessons of Trump Derangement Syndrome were designed to teach the majority of the country about the bias & corruption of mainstream media and Big Tech before their power got out of control? Maybe Covid-19 was designed to teach the dangers of putting too much dictator-like control in the hands of power-hungry socialist governors?

Whatever lessons we’re being taught, history shows the best of times are usually preceded by the worst of times. Think Roaring 20s after World War I. Think the Happy Days of the 50s after the Great Depression & World War II. Think Reagan Revolution of the 80s after the Carter stagflation, Watergate, and Vietnam in the 70s.

And without the bad times, would we even appreciate the good times? After Covid, imagine how great it will be to go to a concert, sporting event, or fair. Imagine how much you’ll appreciate just being able to go to the store, work, go to school, or fly on a plane without having to wear a damn mask.

So relax and keep your chin up. Tell your governors to f**k off, go be with your families, and give thanks for all the great things in your life!

quote thankful heart opens eyes james faust

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11 thoughts on “11-26 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. Happy Thanksgiving to You and yours Joe. Oh, and I am grateful that you are going to continue to bring daily humor for us….In my activism…humor is essential, and you help me bring that to multi-millions of other Patriots. Thank you.

  2. Often the best part of your post is your closing-narrative. Enjoy the humor, though on reflection it’s not humor but reality. Great job. Thanks.

  3. First, Happy Thanksgiving to you Joe, and to everyone else. I guess I should have written this sooner. Also a thanks for your comment back to my thoughts on your keeping the site active.

    That being said, here is something I hope is insightful related to the “imagine if.”

    Imagine if Wilson didn’t listen to all of his bankster friends and didn’t break the neutrality agreement with Germany by shipping munitions on passenger ships like the Lusitania all to hopefully provoke an attack and get us involved in a war that the vast majority of Americans opposed. Imagine if, even with the sinking of that ship and other actions by Germany, the American people had continued to oppose US involvement in a war that was clearly NONE of our business.

    Now ponder the research by numerous historians that suggests that without US involvement in WW1, the war likely would have ended in a stalemate (a point the two sides were basically at before the US entered the war and helped the “allies” win) and a treaty that would have been balanced rather than destructive of Germany’s future. The war likely would have ended much sooner, which may have left Russia with the financial resources to stave off the Bolshevik uprising and the Communist Revolution (not saying the Tsars were wonderful by the way). An earlier end and peace treaty following a stalemate might also have left the Ottoman Empire intact rather than allowing the western colonial powers to come in and carve up the Middle East to their heart’s delight, set aside land for Israel in the Balfour Declaration, and all the other misery created by the Sikes-Picot Agreement. The war might have ended with Germany intact and able to ride out the Depression of the 30s, France and England with more resources, an intact Russian Empire, a relatively stable middle east, and no rise of Hitler out of the ashes of the economic destruction of the Treaty of Versailles….so no WW2. Indeed, small twists of fate.

    • Interesting. And who knows if the Soviet Union would have rose to power if not for lengthening of the war and the Russian Revolution in 1917.

      • That is exactly the point the historians were making. At the time the US entered the war, things were certainly bad in Russia, but the US entry actually dragged the war on for several more years. That hit Russia quite hard, making the economy even worse, and the people even more pissed off at the Czars. That made the appeal of Lenin and his ideas even greater. The impact of WW1, and most especially Wilson’s provocations of Germany to “draw us in” cannot be understated. The world would look NOTHING like today if not for his moves. And don’t forget, we went from wars that were about conquest, to Wilson’s declaration that this was a “war to make the world safe for democracy.” A similar lie has been used by US presidents pretty much ever since. Another twist of fate.

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