My fellow comrades:
On this day that raises awareness of female oppression, I would like you to consider the difference between a mother and the government.
They say a mother's love is enduring. So is the funding for a government program.
They say a mother's love will never die. Well, neither will a government program, especially once it's been enshrined as a civil right, a national treasure, and yes, even a so-called third rail.
They say a mother's love is forever. So are government entitlements.
At this point you must be asking, "So what's the difference between Mother and the Government? Seems to me they're both the same. Surely they must be interchangeable."
Ah, but your mother will pass one day, meaning she will no longer be there to do all the little things she used to do for you.
The government, on the other hand, will never pass, and will always be here to do everything for you. Even all the little things. Especially all the little things.
And that is why a mother's love will never be a substitute for a government program.
On this day, let us take a moment to thank our government for all it does for us, and all it will continue to do, while asking nothing in return except our votes for Democrats.
Commissarka Pinkie is a regular contributor to The People's Cube, and is renowned and admired by the masses for her dedication to raising awareness of how much she cares. When she isn't busy making an issue out of everything or beating unruly proles with her shovel, she enjoys spending other people's money, occupying other people's property, and playing moral authority and victim cards.