By Captain Dave Funk
Clash Daily Guest Contributor
For the last fifty years plus years, the entertainment industry in Hollywood that produced movies, cartoons, and other television shows has humanized animals by portraying them as well, humans.
Adults know better. Anyone with a basic knowledge of dogs knows that the time between the act of two dogs mating and the birth of the puppies is about nine weeks. Interestingly enough, that is about the same amount of time between when we vote in most elections in America in early November and the actual swearing in of those newly elected officials in early January.
Stud dogs, despite Hollywood best efforts to convince us otherwise, have no comprehension whatsoever of the connection between the act of mating and the birth of the puppies. Interestingly, it’s been my observation that almost all liberals, much like stud dogs, cannot equate the act of voting with the policies of those same politicians that they have elected, implement.
From 41,000 feet in the air, this looks like the only plausible explanation why those Americans who flee the blue states of the Northeastern United States for the warmer and lower tax red states of the south. Yet when they move to those red states, they keep voting for the same kind of failed liberal politicians who screwed up the very places they just escaped from.
Thankfully, yesterday, on November 8, 2016, we elected some adults to represent us again in America. Perhaps life’s cold causes and effects will finally become apparent to some on the left.
Captain Dave Funk: Constitutionalist, hunter, dad and patriot, Dave has retired as both a US Army attack helicopter pilot and a Boeing 757 International Captain for Northwest Airlines; Dave has spent most of the last few years piloting US Department of Defense special mission aircraft in the “Sandbox”. With a unique perspective on the world that comes from thousands of hours at 41,000 feet, his ability to explain complex aviation question in simple terms has earned him guest commentator spots on most major TV and radio networks.