Red Rose Register #6
A gangbang series of creampies to the Statue of Liberty, with the cum dripping down onto the working class. She has replaced her torch with a handful of cash, thrown wildly around to be grabbed up by the wormy hands of pigs and warmongering dipshits.
Things that are seductive are easily defined, with war, money, and sex taking center stage. This is a large part of the reason Donald Trump won in 2016, nearly won the electoral college once again in 2020, and still has a chance to win in 2024.
It’s the same reason the media pushed him so much before the 2016 election and after.
He equals numbers.
Democrats and Greens want a figure like Trump because they want that seductive, larger than life style TV figure. It’s just not sexy enough to be a competent public servant that seeks to better the lives of the general populace, after all.
The idea of The Rock running for President, for example, has many liberals grabbing for towels. Same for Greens and Ventura, with Alaska’s section of the Green Party breaking rank and supporting the former wrestler for the job last year.
It might seem to suggest that lessons haven’t been learned and that we are inching closer and closer to the world of Idiocracy.
Reagan, Trump, Arnold.
All either vastly underqualified or terribly damaging.
I’d argue, though, that there are benefits of having a populist figure in office even if they’re a porn star or once got top billing on a daytime soap. I personally don’t care if the sitting President previously got paid to jerk off people on camera nor if they once wore bad makeup and read bad lines about clones and cheating.
To be President should require you to have a sincere desire to do the job, which few presidents have sincerely attempted, and to avoid surrounding themselves with pillars of the very system that has kept a thumb on the working class.
As things stand, many Americans are demanding an outsider, or at least someone they see as being one, and that type of figure might be the only thing that can keep more fake populists, like Trump, from winning future elections.
I do not personally believe Dwayne Johnson nor Jessy Ventura are serviceable options. I also have no problem with attempts to rope in celebrities that might actually wish to work toward making this country sincerely great for the first time ever.
I admittedly do have a fear that few exist that are willing to run and are willing to do what needs done to the system and for the people, though.
Can someone get Susan Sarandon on the phone?
In the meantime, I’ll keep voting for the boring folks and sleeping as soundly as I can knowing the humanity is on the brink, because simply being an icon of seduction should never simply be enough.