Panic if someone waves and/or sings The Star-Spangled Banner Banner. Don’t panic when if your insurance policy is cancelled under Obamacare and/or your cousin has just arrived from Liberia with a fever.
Panic if an Italian sails from Europe to Caribbean Islands and coughs. Don’t panic if Apaches and Comanches slaughter Euro-American settlers. Panic again if settlers threaten to exercise pre-Second Amendment rights or if Euro- or Native Americans name sports teams “Redskins.”
Don’t Panic if you see a gun-free zone sign. Panic if you see an American exercise their Second Amendment rights by killing a disgruntled employee (Islamic terrorist convert) who has just cut the head off a former fellow employee.
Panic if someone expresses fear of Islamic terrorism after hearing a Muslim shout Allahu Akbar in the workplace. Don’t panic if you hear a Muslim shout Allahu Akbar anywhere and especially six months after applying and being turned down for a job at Wal-Mart for the umpteenth time since President Barack Obama took office and are thus no longer counted as being in the labor force.
After all, your absence from the workforce makes the “official” U-3 unemployment rate go down and Obama and his Democrats look good, and we must keep our priorities straight.
Panic if a Bush’s largest budget deficit is under $500B. Don’t panic if a Democrat has budget deficits over $1Trillion for three years in a row.
Panic if a Bush swabs the nose of an Al Qaeda terrorist responsible for the 9/11 attacks on the U.S. homeland. Don’t panic if Democrats hand over Iraq and Syria to Iran, Russia and ISIS/ISIL/Non-Islamic, Non-State, Islamic State.
Panic if anyone utters the name of Jesus on government property. Don’t panic if one’s children regularly hear the F- or N- words.
Panic if a non-injured woman cries rape after a date. Don’t panic if morally-equivalent Muslim cultures tolerate actual rape and honor killings.
Finally, panic if a Republican might win a political office and most importantly, don’t panic if a Democrat tells you not to panic.
“What our forefathers with so much difficulty secured, do not basely relinquish.” – William Bradford