• Have Trains Gone Too Far? Why Locomotives and Subways Pose A Risk To America

    March 19, 2012 11:54 am 20 comments
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  • In the early 1900s, a great American, Henry Ford, invented the car. Before this, people would merely walk or use horse-drawn carriages. Of course, this was extremely problematic. Walking was hard for our good, Godly friends of an older age and horses love to defecate, making it even more stressful for our elderly comrades. So when a Christian hero invented the car, everyone benefited except for those lazy, poor socialists, but that was their choice. However, those elitist British fools were still angry about losing the revolutionary war and what did we end up with? Locomotives, a despicable mode of transportation.

    The Locomotive

    The other day, I was talking to my Mexican housekeeper. After voicing my support for a ban on pornography, in broken English she said: “Joo gringoes es muy loco! Pornografia es mucho harmless!” I Bing-ed what loco means, and allegedly it is the Spanish word for crazy. And that is what a locomotive, or colloquially known as a train, is. It is a crazy, phallic European tube that should not be used by humans for any reason whatsoever.

    One of the most common uses of trains is within impoverished liberal paradises such as New York and Tokyo as subways, a way for inner-city black folk to move around without having to pay for gas. Most cities pride themselves in their subway system because it is politically correct to help the poor. Again, this is another problem with big cities. Unlike Christianity, the atheist mentality wants to help poor people get around despite their violence and laziness.

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    Christopher Christenson Republican, American, Christian, Man, Carnivore, White, Hero, Genius, Brave. All words that adequately describe Christopher Christenson. At the ripe young age of 28, Christopher has been writing for Christwire for quite a while, when he isn't warding off the North Koreans from attacking or mentoring youth at his church. Because of his young age, he is able to connect with the young people whilst still charming our beloved elderly. Christopher is fascinated by the grotesque trends among youth and will stop at nothing to investigate. You can contact him on his website.

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