Shoot a deer, then snuggle up under one!

american flag white tail deer blanket

You don’t have to be a hunter to love this patriotic deer blanket, but it sure helps!

Ultra-soft, warm and cozy throw — exceptionally durable.

Printed with bright vibrant colors.

Perfect for home, at a game or on a picnic

Size: 50″ x 60″.

american flag white tail deer blanket

Indian walks into a cafe…

An Indian walks into a cafe with a shotgun in one hand and pulling a male buffalo with the other.

He says to the waiter: “Want coffee.”

The waiter says, “Sure, Chief. Coming right up.” He gets the Indian a tall mug of coffee.

The Indian drinks the coffee down in one gulp, turns and blasts the buffalo with the shotgun, causing parts of the animal to splatter everywhere and then just walks out.

The next morning the Indian returns. He has his shotgun in one hand, pulling another male buffalo with the other. He walks up to the counter and says to the waiter: “Want coffee.”

The waiter says, “Whoa…! We’re still cleaning up your mess from yesterday. What was all that about, anyway?”

The Indian smiles and proudly says, “Training for a position in United States Senate. Come in, drink coffee, shoot the bull, leave mess for others to clean up, disappear for rest of day.”

Judge Kavanaugh…VERY short…

Judge Kavanaugh obama

Judge Kavanaugh comes clean about his high school and college years: 

“I spent the last two years of high school in a daze, locking away the questions that life seemed insistent on imposing. I kept playing basketball, attended classes sparingly, drank beer heavily, and tried drugs enthusiastically. Discovered that it didn’t make any difference if you smoked reefer in the white class mates sparkling new van, or in the dorm room with some brother you’d met down at the gym, or on the beach with a couple of Hawaiian kids who had dropped out of school and now spent most of their time looking for an excuse to brawl.”  

Just kidding folks. Those are NOT Judge Kavanaugh’s words. The words are from former president Obama’s book describing his high school and college days. Just wondering…do you think there might be a double standard?