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Sunday, October 15, 2017

Saturday Night Live Skit Spanks Mike Pence for being a submissive to the establishment

A great friend of the blog told IR of last nights Saturday Night Live skit calling out Mike Pence for being a submissive little bitch to the powers that be in Washington, D.C. Last week we blogged here and here about Mike Pence's grandstanding and disrespecting of the national anthem of the United States at last Sunday's Colt's Game in Indianapolis. The White House has since used Pence's childish stunt in a fundraising email. Click here for that story.

Luke Kerr-Dineen at USA Today has the story:

The national anthem issue was kicked up another notch last week when, on President Donald Trump’s orders, Vice President Mike Pence walked out of the stadium in response to players kneeling.
And now, in its first show since the pre-planned stunt, SNL is poking fun at the whole thing. In the skit, Trump orders Pence to first walk out of a Pacers game for players not respecting the anthem, then a Starbucks for the company not using “Christmas” cups, then a gay wedding. In light of the revelation that former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon's having promoted pro-transgender propaganda. It would be a real knee slapper if the gay wedding in the skit turned out to be Bannon's. IR does not believe Bannon is gay. But in light of what we know about the man. We wouldn't put it past him to be hiding something.

Here is the above mentioned SNL skit:




Rob Kendall of WIBC and Central Indiana Fame had this to say about Mike Pence's stunt:



3 comments :

  1. IR, do you think the rote usage of the Anthem, and for that matter the Pledge, actually undermines real respect for them?

    If I cared about them, I'd suggest they only be used sparingly, such as for the Super Bowl, All Star game, etc, national spotlight events. Or for the Pledge, such as for graduation and end of year assembly, or the first and last City Council meeting.

    I am personally a believer in a voluntary society (anarcho-capitalism of Rothbard and Hoppe), but at the least shouldn't constitutionalists like you and Paul Ogden (and me in during my Henry Hyde youthful indiscretions!) prefer the Indiana state song and a Pledge to the Hoosier state rather than to Sodom-on-the-Potomac?

    For instance, at 500 I keep my hat on and sit for the Anthem, but for Back Home I proudly attempt to belt it out--and I am a transplant.

    Thanks, Eric Morris

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  2. No I don’t think the frequent use of the anthem or flag undermines them at all

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    1. Are you aware the Pledge was written by a socialist?

      https://www.cato.org/publications/commentary/whats-conservative-about-pledge-allegiance

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