Tuesday, November 08, 2005


As many of you may have heard, there have been some unsettling developments tonight.

In Virginia, voters have rejected the messianic truth of the Osama-Christ in favor of One World Government and forced abortions for children.

"We have a Republican president we all love, and the media will spin this into another anti-Bush thing," [John Hager, former Republican lieutenant governor] lamented.

Q: Why are Virginians being prevented from practising their love on Bush?

Bush made his first and only campaign appearance for Kilgore Monday night after a trip to Latin America, joining the GOP candidate for a get-out-the-vote rally at Richmond International Airport. Bush praised Kilgore as "a down-to-earth person" who grew up on a farm and "doesn't have a lot of fancy airs."

Oh, the irony of Bush dragging out the hoary old "no fancy airs" chestnut at this late stage of the game--did he even realize he was speaking about a candidate whose overtly effeminate speech and mannerisms have actually been an issue in the campaign?

In other news, the citizens of New Jersey have rejected integrity and accountability in favor of mandatory homosexual instruction in all public schools.


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