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October 25, 2007

Executioner's Hair Is Sacred Relic to Moonbats

In some aspects, the depraved antireligion known as liberalism crudely mimics real religions. For example, it has saints, who leave behind sacred relics. Ranking high among liberal saints is Che Guevara, a vicious psychopathic killer who found his true calling as a communist dictator's chief executioner.

Since Guevara's evil life qualifies him as a moonbat saint, anything he left behind is a sacred relic to progressives. That's why bidding starts at $100,000 for a three-inch lock of hair alleged to be the dead murderer's.

To some leftists, Guevara is so sacred that they consider it a sacrilege to profit from his death. The Dallas-based auction house Heritage Auction Galleries has called upon extra security in light of the menacing remarks of moonbat bloggers.

Imagine an actual religion developing out of reverence for the deranged mentality of a brutal maniac. But I'm forgetting, we already have one.

The sacred sociopath's hair.

On a tip from General Jack D. Ripper.

Posted by Van Helsing at October 25, 2007 7:51 PM


i hope it's full of split endz.

Posted by: nanc at October 25, 2007 9:02 PM

I hope a conservative buys it and flushes it down the shitter with a load of crap.

Posted by: Conan at October 25, 2007 11:11 PM

Glenn Beck should buy it, set it on fire and say "Burn in hell you murderous bastard" on a special edition of his TV show on MSNBC (one of the few shows not infested with moonbattery on that network).

Posted by: Anonymous at October 26, 2007 4:53 AM

Whether someone on the right or left buys it in the end is irrelevant.

Whoever buys it is guranteed 100% imperialist/capitalist no matter where their political sympathies may lie.

That is the ultimate irony.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 26, 2007 7:10 AM

John Edwards should try this as a fundraising tactic. And you know his hair won't have any split ends.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at October 26, 2007 10:49 AM