The Passing Parade: Cheap Shots from a Drive By Mind

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Monday, November 10, 2014

My way or the highway



This remark from the former junior senator from Illinois intrigues me. He made it the day after his party suffered a wallopingly bad defeat at the polls: “To everyone who voted, I hear you. To the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate in the process yesterday, I hear you too.”  Now, as a proud scion of the Cook County Democratic machine, our prairie solon is familiar with the idea of representing people who are not really there. After all, dying in Cook County presents the deceased with the choice between heaven, hell, and purgatory—this last does not apply if you are not Roman Catholic—and mandatory induction into the Democratic Party; you may avoid two out of the three previous fates, although you can get to heaven from purgatory eventually, but that last one, I fear, is unavoidable.   The dead are a solidly Democratic voting bloc. 

So it is with this in mind that the Seigneur de Bourbon made his announcement. Since the two-thirds that didn’t vote clearly outnumber the one-third that did, he must champion the causes of the majority non-voters as opposed to the minority voters, who are clearly too stupid to understand what is good for them.  In short, his fingers are in his ears and he’s not listening to anything he don’t wanna listen to and you can’t make him, even if you go home and tell your mother. So there, take that, you Republican racist snotwads!

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2 Comments:

  • At 3:17 PM, OpenID creakypavillion said…

    His reaction is exactly what was expected. What worries me is the reaction of Republicans who already started to back up and surrender before the battle began, or in other words, adhere with all their might to traditional Republican tactic of snatching defeat from the jaws of victory

     
  • At 12:12 AM, Blogger Dick Stanley said…

    Yep, the stupid party is already pretending not to know that, if they were serious, they could simply cut the funding for the green cards the Worm needs for his amnesty scheme. They could cut a lot of funding, in fact, to get even, such as for things like the lavish dinners the Worm and the Mrs. like to throw. But they won't. No cajones. Not yet anyhow.

     

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