Anachronism represents something out of context. For example - That Wilff Viking stadium guy saying, "I could build stadium with pocket change, but that's none of your business. Be happy sharing gambling bucks you peons."
Right at the time this war poor nation needs a progressive wealth tax for things more important than fun cheerleading concussion strudle-noodle games.
Let's regress to good old gladiators where loser is just nice clean dead. Does less harm than "hero" who shuffle to breakfast with oversize napkins for drool. We could even have TV reruns for kiddies to develop values. Maybe amateur nights, women's nights. Of course there would always be near-nude cheerleaders.
I applied for job as sports reporter for Star-Trib, but they said I wasn't graphic enough. (Smile)
Anyway, I've got too much tea party anacronism to amuse, or curdle and sour my stomach. It's really just too much retrospective confabulation yearning for the good old Ku and Klux when black folks and women knew their place and didn't vote.
Robert Eugene Molenaar, M.D.
P.S. Bet this stimulates a letter with 40 unsigned signers. (good for a six pack Budweiser. Smiles)