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If you see a car on the side of the road with a sign in the rear window that reads “out of gas please help,” and you stop and give them a can of beans, you just might be a Democrat.  

If you have spent your entire life trying to convince people “that you weren’t born last night,” you just might be a Democrat. 

If you put your wig in the dishwasher and all you got back was a mustache, you just might be a Democrat.

If your garden knowledge doesn’t go beyond the dumb ass in your Fruit of the Loom underwear, you just might be a Democrat. 


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Once upon a rhyme, there was a time when the rats and cans worked together for the good of the country and its citizens. That was before the two B’s – that was before the two C’s – that was before the two O’s. It was before greed planted the seeds of corruption. It was before what’s mine in mine, what’s yours is mine.
We are the rats of both Houses of Congress. We are the rats of all the fake news, T.V., print and social media. We are the rats running wild and free. We are the rats that have quarantined all the cats.
When you hear the demon-rats calling, here kitty, here kitty, here kitty, kitty, kitty; come on over to my house so I can play with you kitty. Those rats are not looking for love in all the wrong places. They are looking for stray cats that they can cover with eights and aces, so be careful crossing the road. Chicken Little is not driving the bus.

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You Just Might Be A Democrat is Birdfinger's second helping of parodies and satire to tickle your funny bone. Breaking news from the birds that flock together... "this is the funniest book you'll ever read!!!" Since My Daddy Always Said got into the heads and ears of those with a sense of humor, that ole' bird wrote one just for dim Democrats, who eagerly await his latest release. With numerous puns that cause rip-roaring laughter, You Just Might Be A Democrat continues to push not only literary boundaries but every boundary known to mankind.