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November 21, 2008 07:56 PM UTC

Greatest Amendment 47 Metaphor Ever

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  • by: Colorado Pols

Stay with us for a moment here: the lion is the Colorado voter, and Jake Jabs is…well…Jake Jabs.

The guy beating up the lion at the end? Jon Caldara, obviously.

H/T: Squarestate.net

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13 thoughts on “Greatest Amendment 47 Metaphor Ever

    1. that’s no different than my cat biting the hand that feeds him to try to assert his dominance.  Though rather than smacking him across the nose multiple times, I spray him in the face with a squirt bottle.  I’ve gotten pretty good at getting him right between the eyes.

      And, great analogy Pols!

      1. If you bring two young cats together right off the bat they will generally bond, sometimes after a couple of rough days, and be less neurotic, having a cat to  be a cat with and a human to solicit for food, to use as heated furniture and to solicit pets and scratching  from.  They will play with you or with each other which keeps them better exercised.

        Bonded from youth cats can do stuff for each other that you can’t, like licking out each others ears and other places they can’t reach so well themselves. They love mutual grooming while they hate those ear cleaning products.

        Also they are very easily addicted to habit and you can form good ones by doing stuff like spraying cat-off on things you don’t want scratched and giving them ratty inviting stuff to scratch at the same time.  Pretty soon they don’t even think about the furniture. It’s not their habit. They  are obsessed by their ratty scratching post.

        Unfortunately, once they are set in their ways you don’t get much of a do over.  Instinct and habit take up most of their walnut sized brains.

  1. What the hell do they expect?

    He’ lucky she didn’t do more damage.  Which would have been way cool on Youtube…..

    “The Jake Javits Memorial Furniture Sale”

  2. In supporting the anti-worker Amendment 47, particularly so visibly toward the end of the campaign, do you think Jake Jabs has cost himself anything – whether it be potential customers, or in terms of the goodwill he has built for himself and the charities he has supported in the past? Or do voters have a very short term memory, particularly when it comes to cheap, albeit poorly made furniture?

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