Mayday, Mayday, Mayday

May Day The first day of May, an important holiday for Druids, communists, socialists, anarchists, overwrought teacher’s union members from Wisconsin, and ancient Roman hookers. The left-wing journal The Nation laments that “in failing to celebrate the holiday, U.S. workers are deprived of the spirit of solidarity they used to share with international workers.”  There’s that old communist ‘solidarity’ mating cry again. The Left, no doubt, would enjoy showing theirs by hanging a few thousand capitalists from convenient international Maypoles…

Mayday an emergency code word used as an international distress signal.  The call is customarily broadcast in triplets–“Mayday Mayday Mayday!!”–to prevent mistaking it for some similar-sounding phrase such as “payday”, though there haven’t been many of those in the United States recently.  The Mayday signal is heard most frequently on or about April 15, though panicked transmissions have become common since the election of Barack Obama to the Presidency in 2008.

Sam “Mayday” Malone is a former relief pitcher for the Red Sox baseball team and owner of the Cheers saloon on Beacon Street in Boston. Although Sam’s fame outside of New England is debatable, within the confines of his popular taproom, everybody knows his name: “A lot of people may not know this, but I happen to be quite famous.”  

Due to the anti-business and high-tax policies of the Obama regime, which has repeatedly accused American entrepreneurs of not paying their ‘fair share’ (said share and fairness to be determined exclusively by Barack Obama), Mayday Malone was forced to issue his own call to the bullpen. He has not been seen in the Boston area since the summer re-runs of 2010. Unconfirmed reports indicate he has joined the Palin4President team.

About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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6 Responses to Mayday, Mayday, Mayday

  1. Grympyelder says:

    Bob…. wonder if that’s why Sandra, my education blogger happened to stumble across this today… can’t wait to see what she does with it. At least I’m not the only one who thinks there’s a method behind Obama’s education madness.

  2. Angel says:

    hi Bob..its losing popularity though it seems..we can only hope! Hope ya had a fab weekend!:)

  3. Bob Mack says:

    Louisville Labor Celebrates Marxist May Day With Rally…And a Soviet Flag or Two

    The lines on the Left have blurred to the point that there is virtually no lines left between the factions. Marxists, while they may define themselves as anarchists, socialist, Communist, or simply “union,” can no longer deny the fact that they are all in bed together, as evidenced by this footage from Sunday’s May Day rally in Louisville, Kentucky.

    …and this remark from Kyle Olsen at BigGovernment:

    Elsewhere in the United States, AFL-CIO heavy Richard Trumka, began his remarks: “Brothers and Sisters, May Day is our day!”

    He, along with other six-figure leaders of the “middle class” rallied their members against government spending reforms.

    While it’s easy to laugh at these nutcases blocking the entrance of the Chow Wagon and marching under red banners, look how far they’ve come. Just a couple decades ago, they would have been accused of being traitors. Now they’re interviewed on the 6 o’clock news and have positions of real power.

  4. Bob Mack says:

    With the advent of Obama, we see Communists, Communists everywhere. Gee, I wonder if there could be some kind of connection? From Pajamas Media:

    SEIU Drops Mask, Goes Full Commie

    A May Day rally in Los Angeles, co-sponsored by the SEIU and various communist groups, as well as other unions, reflected yet another step in the normalization of self-identified communist and socialist ideologies in the Obama era. Not only did the SEIU help to organize the rally in conjunction with communists, they marched side-by-side with communists, while union members carried communist flags, communists carried union signs, and altogether there was no real way to tell the two apart.

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