You’d think walking up to the Post Office would be a simple matter. However, there were some political activists blocking the entrance.
Man: You look like a sane person.
Me: Oh, I exude sanity. I’m crammed full of saneness.
Man: You should help us bring down George Bush.
Me: Is he stuck?
Man: Our governmental system is based on the British form of government.
Me: Yes, I can see how that would happen, what with the whole Virginia Charter, William Penn and what have you.
Man: What we need to do is get rid of this Adam Smith form of economic rigidness.
Me: Don’t tell me you’ve actually seen the Invisible Hand of the Marketplace!
Man: I have and it tells me that we need to intervene and have General Motors stop making so many cars and retool their factories to make high-speed passenger trains.
Me: Who has the authority to tell a private corporation what to produce?
Man: FDR did it.
Me: This is why you’re standing out here? To convince people that if GM built trains instead of cars, our entire economy would be saved?
Man: It’s true. Here… have a brochure.
Me: Ah. Lyndon LaRouche. Now there’s a name I haven’t heard since the 1980’s.
Man: He’s making a comeback.
Me: I thought he was still in prison.
Man: No, he’s out. And you know that AIDS was invented as a way to kill off people in Third World countries so that the United States could depopulate the areas and take all their natural resources.
Man: Zionism is the main problem in this country.
Me: Ummm…. I’m going to go use the Federal Postal Service now.
Man: Be sure to leave a donation for us when you come back out.