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The newest generation speaks out in Kansas.

Penny, daughter of our pals Misty and Trey, on politics yesterday, as related by her mother:
Already so opinionated.

“Where’s Daddy?”

“Getting us food and depositing a check from the government. We’re so happy!”

“I’m not.”

“Why not?”

“I don’t like it.”
“What? EVERYBODY likes checks from the government.”

“But Mommy, I don’t *like* the gub’mint.”

Awesome. Maybe she can outgrow her anarchist phase by elementary school and be a not-so-annoying teenager! One can only hope.
 

Heh. At least she maintains a clarity of purpose.

“But Mommy, I don’t *like* the gub’mint.”

An attitude she's probably caught from Mommy and Daddy.

Yet Mommy and Daddy confuse her with...

“Getting us food and depositing a check from the government. We’re so happy!”

Stay on message, womyn! Be stealthy! This would be just as good a response, and not confusing, and properly hypocritical - after all she is growing up in Obamerica and needs to "catch the nuance."

“Getting us food and depositing a check. We’re so happy!”

See how easy it is to obfuscate, stay on message, project an image, and act in ways entirely contrary to it?