Kickass and eat-the-children

Kickass, the doorstop dog, reports that the keeper has advance information that among the few keynote speakers at the upcoming RNC convo, who are not members of the Trump family, will be Johnathan NotSoSwift, with an “immodest proposal”  for the Dems to eat their children as means of survival while improving the economy for the rich.

Sometimes assuming an identity similar to that of radio talk show host Rash Limbaugh, NotSoSwift’s proposal is based on the work of an Irish satirist who made the original eat-the-children proposal back in 1729, and of which he said in part that since a child would bring eight shillings on the open market, under provisions of the plan, “The poorer tenants will have something valuable of their own, which by law may be made liable to distress and help to pay their landlord’s rent, their corn and cattle being already seized, and money being a thing unknown.”

In further support of his eat-the-children proposal, the original writer, who also authored Gulliver’s Travels, wrote that since tavern keepers would take great care in preparing the resulting food, it would result in “having their houses frequented by all the fine gentlemen who justly value themselves upon their knowledge in good eating.”

The keeper suggests that a convo of science deniers that includes believers in sex with aliens and the existence of cannibalism, that crowd is more than ready for NotSoSwift who may deliver a convo speech from the White House lawn while surrounded by criminal defense lawyers, outright crooks and advisors contending that the eat-the-children plan would discourage abusive husbands who would see beating up a pregnant wife as a possible money-loser.






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