Well, We’re Doing Something Right

February 29, 2012 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Long time visitors here know that I have a little fan in Houston.  He’s a shy fella and uses the Houston Branch of the NAACP’s return address to send me racist, hateful, untrue Obama things in the United States mail.  I don’t mind that because I support the working men and women of the United States Postal Service, and I don’t suspect my little fan knows he’s supporting a union.

From past mails he’d sent me with his handwriting on them, we figured he was so old that they have to carbon date him know how many candles to put on his birthday cake down at the Happy Trails Senior Facility and Trailer Park.

Well, I hadn’t heard from him in a few months and figured he’d gone to that great dominoes and gripe session in the sky.

He’s baaaaaack.  And this time he sent a whole package.

Most of it was racist and all of it was hateful.  There wasn’t one constructive solution or idea in the whole mess.

So, I did what I always do with anonymous stuff —

And no I did not put it in the recycle bin.  I wasn’t willing to risk anybody seeing that racist crapola.

Now, if this guy is reading this.  I do not mind you supporting the working men and women of the United States Postal Service, but I want you to think about something:  I have the courage to put my name on what I think and I’m a little girl.  We are laughing at you, and the ladies are laughing the hardest.

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23 Comments to “Well, We’re Doing Something Right”

  1. I wonder what his motivation is. Does he expect you to read that crap and say, “Gosh! I was completely wrong about the President all this time! Thanks for enlightening me”? Methinks somebody has waaayyy too much time on his hands and desperately needs a new hobby.

  2. fenway fran says:

    What a waste of paper and printer ink. Too bad it didn’t arrive last Friday, we could have had a shredding party, and done some kind of voodoo ritual causing him untold pain.

  3. Cheryl Ann says:

    Wow, thats a lot of color ink, wonder what kind of printer he uses that he can do that and still afford to eat?

  4. Shred, then recycle, then you don’t have to worry about anyone reading it. Surely one of your compatriots has a cross-cut shredder they’d let you use for bilge like this. Turn it into tiny confetti. Maybe put it in cascarones? Or use it at the next ticker-tape parade? Just a thought from someone who tries to keep things outta the landfill.

    Fran, no voodoo. Not worth the karmic rebound. God’ll take care of him at the Pearly Gates. Better to say a blessing on his “special” soul and move on.

  5. ks sunflower says:

    Well, at least the money he is spending on copying, bumper stickers and mailing is money he cannot donate to the hateful candidates the GOP is fielding, so there’s that.

    I suspect the anger he is feeling is eating him up inside. Hate always is hardest on the hater. He really needs to seek professional help for his own sake.

  6. I like the “Honk If I’m Paying Your Mortgage” one. We had some Teanuts here in Tennessee flogging that one, until our awesome liberals retaliated with “Honk If You’d Rather Check My Birth Certificate Than Govern.” This was because our GOP-dominated legislature was busying itself with “long form birth certificate” legislation in some ridiculous attempt to .. I dunno, keep Obama off the ballot or something.

    People forget how crazy actual elected Republicans got over birtherism. I guess because the elected Republicans get a fresh case of crazies every day. It’s hard to keep up.

  7. Hey, JJ, are you SURE you wanted to open that nasty packet on the top of your dining table and spread it around there? I can only imagine the vile germs that spewed forth and contaminated your place mats and table top, right where you eat your tasty meals.

    Quick — Get out the cleansers, sanitizers, and room deodorizer. Maybe you still have time to eradicate the various contaminants before anyone gets sick.

  8. Poor hateful, sad thing. If you saw him in a grocery store you probably would miss him standing next to the potatoes. It’s a sad life being a racist. You spend all your time hating people who don’t know you and wouldn’t want to know you. This poor creature thinks someone is taking something away from him–when in truth he didn’t have it because of his own inadequacies.

    And yeah, these types are the biggest cowards and the easiest to laugh at.

  9. I think someone needs to tell him that putting a fake return address on your mail will get you in trouble with the Postal Service , the FBI and Homeland (In)Security.

  10. Ralph Wiggam says:

    Eeewww. You contaminated a landfill with that . . . stuff? That’s no way to treat a garbage dump.

  11. fenway fran says:

    I love the confetti idea. Use it for election night celebrating!

  12. Lorraine in Spring says:

    Just send it back via the USPS under RTS: Return to Stupid.

  13. SomedayGirl says:

    Holy mole…he thinks Reagan was a brain?? That explains alot.

  14. How about that confetti idea? I like it. You could use it for the landslide re-election day celebration.

  15. Fenway…I like your idea. I didn’t see that before I made my post. Great minds think alike…

  16. daChipster says:

    Get an origami master to create a White House out of it, then photograph the bobblehead Obama in front of it.

    When “Fryer” opined on this fellow, “This is why God made helmets,” my cousin, Jesus Hachecristo, replied, “His kneecaps are why God made baseball bats.”

  17. Have you considered a ceremonial burning and exorcism? I don’t know if you can exorcise demons in people in absentia (since I’m mostly Baptist and all) but you can at least exorcise the evil he has tried to send to your home. I know you’re a good Baptist and exorcism is a very Catholic thing to do but if offered in the spirit of ecumenism it may work.

  18. Juanita Jean, you could put Nasty McCranky’s racist screeds in a good cross cut shredder ($27 at the Wal-Mart) and thus recycle the material without risking the tender eyes of those who sort the materials. A win-win for the side of the angels.

  19. Corinne Sabo says:

    Would you like to borrow some of the results of the clumping cat litter I use to weigh down your garbage? I think the use would be appropriate….

  20. He’s probably using his social security money to buy his paper and ink. Whatever $ is left over is spent on supporting his favorite teevee evangelist.

  21. Oh man! What a Rick Perry!! (and by that I meant, “what a dumba**!) Hey–maybe it is Rick?!

  22. Uncle Dave says:

    An in-law of mine embraces the simplistic b. s. that crap contains, but at least he does so proudly. My in-law is misguided, but no coward, that cannot be said of your craven correspondent.

  23. Lyntilla says:

    That’s what I always wonder! My stepfather is always showing me emails full of right-wing lies and is always surprised that I don’t go “OMG! I’ve been wrong all these years!”