Debating with My Cousin

Back in February I was in Texas and I found myself debating with my cousin Ramon. I should preface this by saying he’s a really good guy and we always get along (my mother’s brood has always gotten along well with those of my aunt Mary), but Ramon and I should never debate against each other. There is simply an untraversable distance between the Monchie-brand of collectivist socialism and my insistence of individual rights. His ethical credo is based upon mankind’s duty to one another.

Then when I was drinking and I told him the Chester story it was as if all hell was gonna break loose. When Ramon heard about how I shot pool at a bar while not interceding as people were performing CPR incorrectly on what looked to be dying man, he was livid. He cared not for my rationale that since the afflicted man’s name was Chester the chances were above average that he was liable to be a molester of some sort and that I wasn’t sure if I could in good conscience resuscitate a man who might go on to perform evil deeds. Ramon found that explanation to be highly unlikely, disingenuous, and self serving.

Well, Mr. Monchie-man, how do you respond now to the fact that a national manhunt is on for a Las Vegas man who has been seen on tape raping a three year old girl, and what is this man’s name? Chester!!! By god, sometimes I hate my prescience. I have no further questions.

5 Responses to “Debating with My Cousin”

  1. Phelps says:

    You should have accused your cousin of wanting child molesters to rampage. That’s how politics works now.

  2. Mexigogue says:

    Ah yes, just like they’re going to say Bush likes kids to be sick because he vetoed the kids health insurance bill. Bah!

  3. Mexigogue says:

    I couldn’t figure out how to vote on It’s No Bueno. I messed around and clicked at something but nothing happened. I think I might have voted for Ralph Nader by mistake. . .

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