Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Politics Makes For Strange Fellows

This is the year for wild men in politics. Texas has the unique vision of Kinky Freidman's gubernatorial candidacy to worry about while Minnesota has much darker problems as Jonathon "The Impaler" Sharkey is a the favorite of vampires in the Land of a 1000 Lakes. They both wear both dark clothes, sleep late and make great campaign promises, while each race has poignant theme song: Kinky has the Texas Jew Boys' "God Bless John Wayne (People Who Read People Magazine)" while Sharkey favors Bauhaus' "Bela Lugosi Is Dead." It’s refreshing to see politicians who are overt freaks. Saves the public the expense of costly inquires, congressional hearings, and impeachment proceedings to wrest the skeletons from the closets. Hooray for exposed skeletons.

4 comments:

Matt said...

Hey... You never know. Even David Duke was almost elected governer of Louisiana, but he was no professional wrestler.

TX Corn Star said...

hey honey, you don't know "skeleton" till you get wind of the Kinksta's first lady...a "don't" for the record books...to be continued.

LADY OF THE LAKES said...

note to fact checker: minnesota has well over 10,000 lakes, not 1000 as reported by lazy blogster.

chris said...

i think the texas vote is preferable

 

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