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The Importance of Bats…and Politics

The newsletter from, “The Texas Gardener Seeds” said: “Put up a bat house to encourage the presence of these shy animals.  Bats consume 3,000 or more mosquitoes and other insects nightly, and bats are less likely to be rabid than dogs are.”

That’s amazing!  A bat can eat 3,000 mosquitoes in a single night.  Maybe I should considering inviting them to my back yard for picnics.  I remember as a child watching bats dart around the sky…just a few feet over my head.  Back then, I was scared of Bats.  I guess I watched too many horror movies and heard too many tales of them attacking humans.  Over the years I lost my fear of bats…at least somewhat.  Today when I see one, the hair on the back of my neck doesn’t stand at attention, the goose-pimple don’t come up on my skin, and my heart rate doesn’t increase.

There is one bat that I am particularly afraid of today.  This bat serves no good purpose whatsoever.  It eats no mosquitoes.  It consumes no insects.  This species of bat is not afraid of the sunlight .  The reason I am so afraid of this type of bat is it loves human blood and suffering.  Its tactics are rather uncanny as well.  It flies around during the day looking like it is trying to be helpful, but at night, behind closed doors, and in secret with other bats of the same species, this bat rapes the wallets of every American (rich or poor).  Be afraid.  Be very afraid of this kind of bat. 

Our planet is populated with plenty of bizarre and astonishing bats.  Like these beautiful creatures. 

The Sucker Footed Bat The Red Winged Bat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Red Winged Bat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

But the one kind of bat you need to be ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIED OF IS….

 

 

 

 

The Left Wing Ding Bat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So since most bats serve a very useful purpose and are not out to do us harm, isn’t it about time we DO SOMETHING about the only kind of bats that hurt us…the Left-Winged Ding BatTuesday, November 2nd, know the candidates for which you are voting, and make sure you are not proliferating the sinister Left Winged Ding Bat species.  As my friends in the Sons and Daughters of Liberty say, “Freedom is spelled…V–O–T–E!”

By the way, check out the live, call-in radio show of the Sons and Daughters of Liberty.  It is called Turning Point.  This Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on 95.3 FM WIKI, this is the last show for awhile.  You can hear it streamed over the Internet by going to WIKIRADIOFM.COM and click “Listen Live” (located near the top of the page on the left-hand side). 

Oh…just a thought here…do you think we can teach these Left Winged Ding Bats to do something useful…like eating mosquitoes?  Surely there is something useful they can be trained to do!


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October 29, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

4 Comments »

  1. Just seeing the Left Wing Dingbat on television still causes the hair on the back of my neck to stand at attention, the goose-pimple to come up on my skin, and my heart rate does indeed increase. The further fact that she is 3rd in line of succession after Joe “I can plagiarize any speech” Biden … well I don’t know what they can be trained to do!

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