People of America, I speak for everyone in Washington, DC when I say: stop this fraternizing. Every time you treat a person as a human and not as a stereotype, you make our job harder. It is not easy to demonize entire classes of people the way we do, and it only becomes more difficult when you put aside your preconceptions and go out and meet someone different than you with an open mind. How are we supposed to continue bickering and squabbling when you are able to find common cause with friends whose political beliefs differ from your own? You are embarrassing us, America, and we do not like it.
Americans, it is time to burn those bridges you have built. Hate your neighbor because he is different, because he is of a different race, because he does not share your sexual orientation. Gays, this goes for you, too; turn your nose up at the breeders, treat them with hostility and inhumanity. This will be a group effort. We must all work together to stand apart.
In times like these, the country cannot afford for you to be understanding, to take the time to consider someone else's opinion, to engage in reasoned discussion. Reject those who are different! Only through divisiveness will we preserve what made America great: our diversity. If this statement does not make sense to you, clearly you are not one of us. Together now, America: shun.
Mood of the Moment: annoyed
Auditory Hallucination: Bad Lip Reading -- Dirty Spaceman