The Three Impostors?

Submitted by ub on Fri, 08/05/2022 - 08:49

If you grew up watching Television in America, then you may remember one of these two images. Which group are USA impostors?

The Three Stooges was an American vaudeville and comedy team active from 1922 until 1970, best remembered for their 190 short subject films by Columbia Pictures. Their hallmark styles were physical farce and slapstick.

These knuckleheads Larry, Curly, and Moe always become embroiled in trouble as their zany brand of comedy continues to offer hilarity at every turn.

Moe Howard (original name Moses Horwitz; b. June 19, 1897, New York City—d. May 4, 1975, Los Angeles), Larry Fine (original name Louis Feinberg; b. October 5, 1902, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania—d. January 24, 1975, Woodland Hills, California), Curly Howard (original name Jerome Horwitz; b. October 22, 1903, New York City—d. January 18, 1952, San Gabriel, California), 

Lying, Grifting, Division - GENRES - Farce, Slapstick, Comedy  

Do you recognize the differences between these two images? One group was a well-known comedy trio and the other, not so much. These three are the laughing stock of the GOP,

One was making us laugh and the others are laughing at Americans for being stupid enough to listen and believe their allegations.  The elephant symbol of the Republican Party since 1874 - Remembers that #GOP stands for "Grand Old Party," but increasingly, the elephant is standing alone. It seems appropriate because Trump is blowing up like an elephant and the party is moving on. 

The Grand Old Party, aka #Republicans, trace their roots back to the mid-1850s. The Democrats' earliest ancestor was a congressional caucus founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1792. It went through several forms before 1844 when it adopted the same name used today.

As the #GOP harrowing consequences of bans pile up and they wish to take away Social Security, Medicare, Americans' rights and God knows what else... Republicans will attempt additional limits on popular sovereignty in order to impose their regime on an unwilling Democratic electorate.