Okay so I’m flipping through the channels and I land on Nickelodeon, or as they call it Nick Jr. and there is this cartoon on called Dora. To my surprise after seeing this for about 30 seconds Michael Savage comes to mind. Wow what a way to brain wash today’s children under the guise of a cartoon. The main character is a little brown girl, yes that is right brown. Who speaks English with an accent and teaches the other children how to say different words in Spanish. Talk about stereotyping this is it. Mind you the child had to be brown and have an accent. Typical Progressive doing what they do best brain washing a new generation of children.
As I was watching Dora do her thing, I also noticed another character wearing a hat that has the Colombian flag colors on it. Then during a commercial break guess whose on? Shakira, for those of you that may not have heard of her she is this cute young woman from Colombia who sings and shakes her behind well. Which has made her very popular among those into the hiphop culture.
When you see what gets passed off these days as cartoons and entertainment for kids, you can begin to understand why the country is the way it’s today. Which also brings to mind the Frito Bandito, can you imagine what they would have said? The “Politically Correct” nonsense of today would go crazy and call it racist! Yet they have no problem at all with this kind of nonsense which they call multiculturalism or as I call it the destruction of America. When I was a kid we just had lunch boxes with cartoon figures and that was after the cartoon had been on the air and was popular. These day they make a product to sell you first then they follow it with what they try to pass of as a cartoon. In which the child who is viewing all they see are the different products which they can’t determine where the cartoon begins or where the commercial finishes. One thing you can count on is that the child will want you to buy them the product.
What ever happen to Heckle & Jeckle, Mighty Mouse, or for even that matter Underdog? Or Batman & Robin, Superman or Superboy with his Super Dog? Spiderman, Fantastic Four, or one of my favorites the adventures of Johnny Quest or The Jetson’s? What about the Flintstones, Munster’s, and Gilligan’s Island? Never quite understood Road Runner and I really felt bad for the Coyote. Speedy Gonzalez was another one that my friends and I would always ask the hypothetical question of who was faster or would win in a race between him and the Road Runner? I do recall the cartoon episode in which they did race against each other but I do not remember the outcome of the race!
Casper was always another favorite, and even though he was a ghost we all liked him because he was so friendly. I always felt bad for him. How about Yogi Bear, “smarter than the average bear.” Tennessee Tuxedo, or Rocket Robinhood? What about Wonder Woman? I actually had a girlfriend that could have been her double no kidding. Remember the Lone Ranger cartoon? Or the old black and white series? Tanto was cool and for some reason I’m also remembering a t.v show by the name of The Ghost and Mrs Muir. I really recall enjoying the setting of that show.
Bugs Bunny was always a favorite until someone brought it up to me how he was really a fagot when I was in my late twenties. Then I started thinking about it and yeah they were right. He did like to dress in women clothes and kiss other males. Remember Elmer Fudd, Tweety Bird and the Wacky Races, how about Shazzam? Quick Draw McGraw, Snagalpus, The adventures of Gulliver.
Or another favorites Speed Racer! Speed was cool but Racer X was my favorite, he was the cool older brother that would take care of his younger brother Speed and allow him to win the races while he was also protecting him. This was a Japanese cartoon made very much the same way as they normally do their movies with the traditional betrayal respect and honor thing with lots of action.
How about Flipper or The Green Hornet which was really all about “Kato” Bruce Lee! Lets not forget the Brady Bunch or the Partridge family, or “Lucy I’m home” I love Lucy. Okay these weren’t cartoon but they were entertaining and a whole lot better than all the garbage that they now have trying to pass as entertainment for children as well as adults while really having a political agenda. I know I left out a bunch of other cool cartoons but this was just off the top of my head as I went on a short vacation in my mind and traveled to a better time when I was just a kid and never would have imagined the things we are now seeing happening in America under Obama.
How about all the great Westerns and War movies? We had Gun Smoke, Raw Hide, The Virginians, Bonanza, Big Valley, Riffle Man. High Chaparral. Back then in those days we were always the good guys and not like the crap they make now by revisionist telling us otherwise. James Garner was always a favorite actor of mine. Not only in his role as Maverick but also as James Rockford.
I grew up watching all these old great black and white B movies who are a million times better than all the stuff being put out these days by Hollywood. Remember Tarzan, The Bowery Boys, Abbot and Costello the Three Stooges and the Dick Van Dyke show. Hogan’s Heroes, Sanford and Son, George Jefferson, Archie Bunker, Good Times. So many good programs back then. Remember the Fonz? Or Welcome Back Kotter? Now everything we see on television has to be about broken families, someone always has to be a homosexual and basically it’s all garbage. Perfect example of this is the new program with “Al Bundy” Ed O’Neill don’t remember the name of the show other than he is married to another hot Colombian babe, Sophia Vergara and like always they have to throw in a couple of homosexuals to make it all work out, why?
Did anyone notice that last year American Idol had its lowest rating since the show began? You want to know why? If you recall the previous season they were trying to push the flamboyant kid Adam Lambert who really didn’t sing bad, but when he attempted to do his rock thing it just came out sounding loud and really bad. The judges kept on trying to sell him to America, but America was paying attention and realized that they had been duped by Obama and said NO. They rightly voted for the better singer in Chris Allen. So what did American Idol do? They brought in lesbian Ellen DeGeneres to be one of the judges this season. She nice and funny but this is a family oriented show who til last year was one of the few television programs that the entire family could sit down and watch together. America I do believe wants to change the clock and move back to those better days of the past, not all this politically correct nonsense that keeps on telling us that we have to be tolerant to everything even if that everything is destroying the traditional family unit and moving us away further from GOD. America is repeatedly saying No.
Remember back in the day when we were kids and how in the summer you would just wake up get dress and go out side-walk to a friend’s house and everyone from the neighborhood would just get together and interact with each other and actually take part in activities such as playing sports, running, falling, skating, riding bike, or just climbing a tree. If you were thirsty you would just open the garden hose and drink away and if a friend had a soda every one of us would take a sip from the same can. Today’s kids have it way too easy and all they know how to do is complain, text, talk on their cell phones or chat on-line. They are way too spoiled and really have to be taught how to just be kids, and that the family is not supposed to be what they are being brain washed to believe by the Social Engineers of today’s America.
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