Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Warning: Racist ranting ahead

The McCain/Palin campaign had Joe the Plumber. The Tea Party movement may have found their guy.

Oh, and please bear in mind that lest you think that Penn Jillette is ambushing some hapless Democratic congressman, the dude up front at this town hall event is Frank A. LoBiondo, a Republican from New Jersey's 2nd district.

If that be Astroturfing, then buy us a truckload.

Full disclosure: With respect to Article 1, Section 1, if given a moment we would've been able to muster a: "... somethin' about the powers of Congress. Good night, now!"

And with respect to the 5 specific rights of the first amendment, we would've probably left out freedom of the press (conflating it with freedom of speech) and the right to petition.

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SarahB said...

I wish we were all that articulate.

K T Cat said...

Err, Article 1, Section 1 says that if the batter hits a routine fly ball that does not leave the infield while there are runners on first and second or first second and third, the batter is called out and the runners advance at their own risk.


CZ said...

Brilliant. Get him out to meet all elected officials at townhall meetings.

Ohioan@Heart said...


Close: "1.01 Baseball is a game between two teams of nine players each, under direction of a manager, played on an enclosed field in accordance with these rules, under jurisdiction of one or more umpires."

Which, by the way, makes the DH (despicable hitter) unconstitutional.

Dean said...

O@H, I love it!!

K T Cat said...

Yes, but what about the 3-point shot? Shouldn't the goalie have a chance to block it from at least the 10-yard line?