Sunday, November 27, 2005

Conspiracy in a Box!

Have one of those annoying left-wing moonbats on your Christmas list? Not sure what to get them because everything offends them? Well, they’re going to be offended no matter what you get them, so you may as well have some fun with it!

Introducing…International Conspiracy in a Box!

Yes, now your moonbat can make up their own International Conspiracy theory just by using the parts supplied in this kit!

The kit includes:

  • 1 Jewish action figure, complete with Israeli Mossad uniform

  • 2 shadowy Illuminati figures with thin veil to hide behind

  • 1 plastic Skull & Bones replica dungeon

  • 1 vague document to be waved about as proof of their theory

  • 1 roll of aluminum foil with instructions on how to fashion it into a beanie

  • 1 “anonymous source” action figure who won’t reveal his identity “for obvious reasons”

  • List of telephone numbers for all of the major radio talk shows

  • Buy yours now for only three low payments of $19.95!

    Batteries not included. Somebody will be required to assemble it for them.

    Also try the Vast Right-wing Conspiracy in a Box!

    And be sure to wish them a Merry Christmas! They hate that!


    1. Just letting you know my friend, that I have returned the favor and have added you to my links.

      Great blog you here my friend.


    2. Exile,
      I've scratched all the left-wint moonbats off my Christmas list. They don't like my Christmas Eve celebration anyway as it's too religious for them.

      This Christmas will be very interesting. For the first time in 25 years, my stepfather-in-law is flying in from CA. He's an atheist and a member of the ACLU. Of course, my family here will not be changing our celebration in any way.

      But there is one good thing about this ultra-left fellow: he takes very good care of my mother-in-law, who has Alzheimer's. How they got together, I'll never know.

      Well, it is supposed to be the season of goodwill. Perhaps another opportunity to show someone the real meaning of Christmas?

      PS: I don't exchange gifts with my inlaws, so I won't be purchasing "International Conspiracy in a Box." Sorry!

    3. Batteries!!?? Batteries!!
      If it ain't solar-powered,it's agaisnt their beliefs. Oh wait. Include the batteries and make sure they aren't rechargeable.That should please them...heh

    4. Hey! I know this! It's the #1 seling toy in the Middle East!