Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Some Helpful Advice For Our Friends In The Republican Party

Truth be told we haven't paid much attention to the campaign for the new republican national chairman--yes, chair man. They're republicans, so don't give them any of that new age, touchy feely, PC, let's not insult the wimmins crap. Certainly we understand that as a political party the republicans are poised to become as effective as the pope on Viagra. We also understand that since they're the party that god likes best, coming to this sad state of affairs has got to give the elders pause for thought. How could this have happened? Where does the fault lie? Who is responsible. Well, folks, these are republicans, so there has to be one and only one answer to the foregoing interrogatives:

It's the homos.

Which is why we suggest they elect Ken Blackwell because he knows what to do about homos.

Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, a leading candidate for the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee (RNC), is coming under fire for making remarks this summer that gays and lesbians suffer from a "compulsion" that can be "restrained."

Right. Imagine if he had been available to talk with Larry Craig, or Mark Foley, or or Bob Allen, or Glenn Murphy Jr., or Patrick McHenry, or Ralph Gonzalez, or, OK we're getting tired of typing names. The point is, if these people could have been counselled by Mr. Blackwell (who is not gay by the way, just ask him) perhaps we'd be seven days away from the inauguration of President John McCain (who also is not gay).

Heck, if they'd of let Blackwell have Ted Haggard for a week he'd have been back preaching at the New Life Church and Bingo Parlor instead of selling insurance. Come to think of it, why do christians need insurance anyway? Isn't god their insurance?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Truth be told, everyone is afraid Barney Frank will run next time. He's a close second to Obama AND Jewish!
Better get on your knees, Republicans. Time to REALLY pray.