Friday, March 03, 2006

Balance in Journalism

After recently attending a secret Republican caucus on the necessity of promulgating sexually-transmitted diseases in order to prove the superiority of abstinence over protected sex, I was given the button at right and was told to "wear it proud." That moment, I decided to quit making fun of just my boyfriend GW and his cronies. After all, these guys really have some good ideas! Picking on them only muddies the water and prevents their real agendas from taking center stage. Who cares if a few more GIs had to die? The manufacturing sector has benefited from the much-needed boom driven by the need for more war machines. And besides, at least half the craziness American's are faced with comes from the other side of the aisle.

Putting action to my new-found semi-belief, I looked for someone to verbally assault. After spending 45 minutes ranting about gay-loving, bleeding heart liberals to the drunken spinster on my right, I realized she had turned her hearing aid off. C'est ca!


Then I thought of you, my innocent blog-readers! Whooo-hooo~!

Before I went leaping onto the tangent bus, however, I decided to be - for once - a fair-minded journalist. I began to investigate the so-called chasm of idiocy to the left of the center.

And guess what I found?!

Our tax dollars, hard at work!


A recent four-figure-a-plate Future Farmers of America fund raiser brought out the political heavies looking to score points with America's heartland. Here we see some Senators singing a song to the gratuitously-placed, fresh-faced, photo-op children about the dangers of having "icky farmtools" touch them on their "sanitized farmlands."

And who said bi-partisan cooperation was impossible?

15 comments:

Chill Daddy said...

This is one of those posts where I just have to smile and nod.

Anonymous said...

Farmers are hard working people. Without them we would be eating wild game, fish and plants that taste good. So we need farmers and we need gov. what to do....

DCveR said...

Conservative right wing folks are immune to STD's, FYI. Well, I am not sure if they are actually immune, but they are usually so uptight I guess they don't really risk getting STD's...

Anonymous said...

fuddy duddies?

Marcheline said...

This is one of those posts where I just have to smile, then frown, then run screaming from the room. I'm allergic to the "p" word. You know, the one that ends in "olitics".

- M

shortensweet said...

I like the other Bush thing..the one I sent you in the email. BUt Noooo you had to write about the P word..ewwww

Mom said...

And your point is? (That is what people say when they don't really understand what you are really saying :))

Chill Daddy said...

And your point is?

bunnyjo georg said...

Look, my dear readers, there does NOT have to be a point when I write something that amuses myself. However, if I were to draw a conclusion re this post, I would probably say....
It's important to keep your "tools" clean.

Anonymous said...

I have trouble enought to keep my house clean let alone the dam tools ...thats a mans job. Am I on the right track? lol

bunnyjo georg said...

Hey, a man's work is never done, so they say! Tell Grandpa to get his buns a-rubbin!

bunnyjo georg said...

Gosh, that didn't sound right. For all of you readers out there, that is what my mom always said when she wanted us to hurry up or get busy getting something done.

Anonymous said...

I have always got a kick out of her comments. She has a million of em...

Mom said...

All right then, stir them stumps. Or how do you like this one, compliments of Tulsa...get yer bicuits in the oven and yer buns in bed!

Anonymous said...

How about this one! (Hurry up) GEt your bunns a-rubbing.