A. K. A. Loose Canon
You see, AmeriSoc is already superior to the French version. By the river Seine, they're still happy using neanderthal tactics like letting "youths" burn the cars of the stinking peasants. By the Potomac they've progressed to burning the cars preemptively and most progressively. Kewl.
Hey, at least in the far-flung outposts of Francia, they do have buried power lines. Here in Beantown, it's still 19th century technology, with lines hanging from poles, and tree branches falling on them at the slightest breeze. As Steyn points out, not a red penny from the "stimulus" was spent to actually do things, like perhaps putting power lines underground. But hey, that's what Pinko Nirvana is all about.
Lines hanging from Poles is the current stimulating dream of AmeriSoc [endless crises, endless opportunities]. If History is a guide, this may well end up with Poles hanging from Lines.
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