Today’s column will be a short one, as I have tossed out all of the crazy pre-election stuff, with one exception. That leaves only one other big item. I’m sorry to say that the Texas Rangers lost the World Series to the Pelosi Giants. It was the best season ever for the Rangers, and we’re proud of ‘em.
The only pre-election stuff that I’ll bother y’all with is more proof, as if any was needed, that Nancy Pelosi is completely delusional and unfit for governmental service. On Tuesday, the Socialist Queen of the House actually said that the Democrats were going to retain their majority in the House. Yep, the botox finally took over that last functioning brain cell. That prediction could only have come true if there had been even more massive vote fraud than we saw in Nevada.
One thing’s for certain. The people of California have proved their stooooopidity in re-electing Jerry “Moonbeam” Brown.
The Crawfish came upon this accident scene on Monday night. It seems that the 18-year old boy was having an argument with his 20-year old girlfriend. Talk about a dumb-bass. At least we don’t have to worry about him polluting the gene pool.
Yes, that’s all for now. Get out there and celebrate the victories of 2010, but let us all vow to hold the GOP’s feet to the fire. They must abide by the Constitution and do everything possible to reverse Obamunism, or we’ll vote their sorry butts out as well. VIVA TEA PARTIES!!!!!
If y’all come across any weird/stoooopid/strange news stories that might be fodder for The Weekly Claw or The Weekend Claw, e-mail them to me at CrawfishsClaw@yahoo.com and I’ll consider ‘em. Yes, I will give you newshounds credit.
"The precept of the Koran is perpetual war against all who deny that Mohamed is the prophet of God. The vanquished may purchase their lives, by the payment of tribute; the victorious may be appeased by a false and delusive promise of peace; and the faithful follower of the prophet may submit to the imperious necessities of defeat: but the command to propagate the Moslem creed by the sword is always obligatory, when it can be made effective. The commands of the prophet may be performed alike, by fraud, or by force." John Quincy Adams
The Constitution of the United States