You want votes, what better way to get ’em than an ad touting your skills in hog castration, right?
from Mother Jones:
Rep. Jo Bonner (R-Ala.), the former chairman of the House ethics committee, has responded to questions
“Last Tuesday, President Obama proclaimed that the sequester’s “brutal” and “severe” cuts will “eviscerate” America’s domestic spending. But “eviscerate” is not the adjective I would use …”
– Sen. Rand Paul, in an Investors Business Daily editorial
(Um … but is it the verb you’d use?)
Let’s look at Innovative Zombie Foreign Affairs (thanks to creative Rep. Joe Pitts of Pa.): Because what better way is there to create Middle East peace than negotiations between a dead Palestinian and a comatose Israeli?
We know that there’s a subject somewhere in there … isn’t there?
“What we have not done is to pass bill after bill after bill that was obviously unconstitutional just so we could all get on record one more time as casting another vote realizing that what was going to happen was someone would file suit the next day and the legislation would never take effect.”
—Mississippi State Senator Hob Bryan
Mitt tries to prove he’s a regular guy – and doesn’t quite succeed … in this, The NASCAR Poem.
Rick’s poetic words on a wide range of subjects …
Just in time for President’s Day … (and, no, they’re not all George W…)
Mitt, perhaps you should think about a new speechwriter? This isn’t quite “of the people, by the people, for the people” material …
Thanks to Kathie C!