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Thursday, 11 August 2005
You Might Be A Jacksonian American
Topic: Out of Flyover Land
My buddy Gabe and I were brainstorming some spinoffs of Jeff Foxworthy's You Might Be A Redneck Jokes while on a smokebreak at work.

We call them You Might Be A Jacksonian American

You Might Be A Jacksonian American
If you think MREs taste good

You Might Be A Jacksonian American
If you think using the New York Times to line
the bottom of a cat litter box would be redundant

You Might Be A Jacksonian American
If you think the US should withdraw its forces
from Iraq, through Iran

You Might Be A Jacksonian American
If you think the saying "Speak softly
but carry a Big Stick" doesn't need
the "Speak softly"

You Might Be A Jacksonian American
If you look at the following cartoon
with an air of wistful regret.

I think I am going to call a contest, open until Sept 11, 2005, winner will get a teeshirt I picked up in St Petersburg, Russia. The above entries are disqualified. I will pick some neutral bloggers to vote on the winner.

Now if you really want to LEARN something about Jacksonian Americans, all kidding aside, there is no better place to start than

The Jacksonian Tradition by Walter Russell Mead

UPDATE Here are some jpgs of the prize. Now you CAN get them online from
I got mine in a Bazaar in St Petersburg, Russia

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Posted by ky/kentuckydan at 11:02 PM CDT
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Updated: Sunday, 3 June 2007 6:36 AM CDT

Friday, 12 August 2005 - 2:04 AM CDT

Name: Gabriel H. Cooper think the entire US fleet should park of the east coast of Taiwan in the shape of the phrase "make my day" think Barry Goldwaters views on the Vietnam "War" were profound.

...your hero is William F. Buckley

Thursday, 18 August 2005 - 11:37 AM CDT

Name: Michael
Home Page: think that MacArthur was a bit of a lightweight for waiting to think about atomic carpet-bombing until he had 36 divisions of Chinese soldiers breathing down his neck.

Wednesday, 31 August 2005 - 12:05 PM CDT

Name: Jeremy DuCharme

... you feel that anyone that uses a mosque or hospital as a base of military operations should be treated to a recreation of the raid on Monte Casion, from the POV of the Germans.

Thursday, 1 September 2005 - 8:22 AM CDT

Name: Jeremy DuCharme

oops, slight typo, that should be 'Monte Casino'

Thursday, 1 September 2005 - 5:23 PM CDT

Name: Steve

You think North Korea is spelled "S-P-E-E-D-B-U-M-P".

Sunday, 14 October 2018 - 11:22 AM CDT

Name: "Alex"
Home Page: http://


Remaining from the crown

With no state, no throne around,

There is no country left to govern—

All is damned!

And we’re,

Chased to holes like hunted game,

Caught like thieves to face the blame,

There’s only blood and shame,

To withstand.

For us,

It’s impossible to find,

With whom to split, with whom to bind,

Who’s with us and whom to mind,

Where to go, where to unwind -- we can’t tell!

Where’s spirit?

Where’s honor?

Where’s guilt?

Who are friends and who are strangers,

How did we neglect this danger,

Do we wish to cast this land to hell?

And shame--

On all of those who value rest

On those, whose conscience is a pest,

Who cannot choose in all this mess

To kill.

A call!...

And like a bull during a fray,

Like a hawk after a prey,

Inviting ravens all to stay

For the meal.

Hey you!

Where’s the strength that lit your face?

Where’s the pride with which we’ve gazed?

To rest today -- it’s a disgrace!

Grip the pistol in your hand and go!

An end,

To all.

An end.

All is broken, all seems brittle,

We are left with just a little, --

Fire at your temple or the foe.

Sunday, 14 October 2018 - 11:24 AM CDT

Name: "Alex"
Home Page:

After Russian Empire period. Whery strong poem

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