Pages

October 1, 2010

Striking Range

Sheriff Fwank conducting a cavity search for weapons

The Republicans have a new gunslinger roaming the streets of Massachusetts' Fourth Congressional District. His name is Sean Bielat and Sheriff Bawdy Fwank, who is rumored to have used his gun on many a poor unfortunate, is getting nervous.


Bielat is 35 years old, a Marine who spent four years on active duty and is now a major in the Reserve. He's a graduate of Georgetown University with a master's from Harvard and an MBA from Wharton. He's devoted a good portion of his professional life to manufacturing the high-tech robots that defuse improvised explosive devices in Iraq and Afghanistan. In other words, he's a serious man.

In the spring and summer of 2009, Bielat watched in dismay as Barack Obama and Democrats in Congress pursued one big-government initiative after another. He began to think about running but didn't make a final decision until Jan. 19, when a certain Republican won election to the Senate from Massachusetts -- and did it by winning in Frank's district. "When Scott Brown won the 4th Congressional District, it became clear that not only could a Republican win here," says Bielat, "but there was a case to be made nationally to donors and supporters that this is winnable."

Sheriff Fwank stands an excellent chance of defeating this upstart in November. Fwank is heavily armed at all times with democratic largess and handily defeats any upstart with 65 to 75 per cent of the vote, if he can find a challenger that is. His draw is as deadly as his lisp.

But a recent poll shows Bielat within striking range of Fwank, trailing by only nine or ten points. This is much safer than having Fwank within striking range of you. Particularly if you are bent over tying your shoes.


In the crucial area of independent voters, the poll shows Bielat ahead of Fwank, 51% to 34%.

Initially I wasn't going to go here, but just consider Fwank's peccadilloes:

  1. Here's a guy who lacks the powers of observation and common sense to know when his live-in boy toy is using his apartment as a queer whore house; and
  2. Fights tooth and nail to resist any oversight over the mortgage practices of government owned and operated fiduciary organizations, ie, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, that subsequently fail, costing the tax payers billions; and
  3. Latches onto another butt buddy who is indirectly supervised by Fwank since he is Chairman of the House Banking Committee. I am referring of course to the juicy morsel being frisked at the top of this post; Herb Moses, who was Fannie Mae's Assistant Director for Product Initiatives during the time of his intimate relationship with Fwank.

Fwank is a man who is sadly influenced by his carnal appetites. Whether or not you are comfortable with the practice of homosexuality, anyone who allows themselves to succumb to these desires in the performance of their official duties is in desperate need to have to have those duties removed. Period.

And what does this say for the people who reside in the 4th Congressional District? Nothing good, unfortunately. But perhaps with a real choice at the ballot box they'll rise to the occasion.

15 comments:

Nickie Goomba said...

His boyfriend was running an "escort service" out of Barney's home. I wonder why the MFM hasn't investigated or disclosed Barney's role?

Fwank will be harpooned in November. The people will have their say!

Hoping the Blind Will See said...

As a former Massachusetts voter I say, "We can only hope". With teddy gone, the next best thing would be to get rid of Frank and Kerry, but they need to get rid of Duval patrick as well! Just too many liberal morons in office up there for my liking...

Doom said...

Whether what a guy does in his bedroom is vital to the world is a not important to me. Not because it might not have implications, it is more that I really really really do not want to know. My difficulty, in some areas, with what Elmer is has more to do with how what he is warps what he does and that this affects me.

Does his gattitude affect his decisions or did his mind set make him teh gey? Don't know, and don't care. Does that make me apathetic or a secular agnostic of some sort? Questions, all these questions...

Still, one can hope that people in that state will wake up and decide wisely. Wisdom comes from God. God isn't a soap-on-the-rope kind of God. Godless or Godly, I think that is always the choice, if not as directly as it might seem.

Doom said...

Nickie!!1!! He would love that!

The_Kid said...

Congress is way over-weighted by homosexuals. I think they should have to declare themselves when they run.

Congress is all about representation. The percentage in congress of homosexual and non in congress versus the same in the private sector are way out of whack.

And if they're in politics you can be sure they are activist.

christian soldier said...

appreciate the intro to Bielat and the insights into Fwank---

and-KID-enjoyed reading your take-

as always-you do not delve into PC garbage and tell it like it is!! (-:
Carol-CS

sig94 said...

Doom - the problem with so many people is that they also do not want to know. When it comes to our elected officials we have the right to know. We must demand to know everything - every friggin thing about these people when they run for office. Look at what we didn't know about Obongo before the election because the media was carrying his water for him. We can't afford to do that.

The_Kid said...

Carol-CS. Thank You :)

Serious times call for serious talk.

Which reminds me, I don't care for most typical cartoon humor about obama. I do enjoy some, but I don't find anything funny about someone as fascist and inept as he is and as the dem power circle is. Not at all.

It just serves to lump him in with all other politicians who have struggled with the challenges of the office. I don't see him struggling at all. He's not smart enough to struggle, nor do I believe he gives a damn. He is one racist, ignorant, anti-American bastard that deserves no quarter.

DC said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
DC said...

"Striking distance?" Sig, we can always count on you for outstanding visuals.

Agree that Bielat is an outstanding candidate. I have sent him some coins and encourage you all to do the same.

Nickie Goomba said...

You send the coins, my faithful Indian companion. I'll forward the folding stuff.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Ah yes ... when men were men, and boys were toys ...

sig94 said...

Thanks DC. Nothing like a rousing visual to bring the bile to the back of my throat. It aids the digestion don'cha know?

sig94 said...

Carol CS & Kid - agreed. Not that we need to only elect the squeaky clean, but we should elect people who have shown good judgement and morals for most of their adult lives. Everyone has committed youthful indiscretions. Unfortunately that's how we learn when we don't listen to people who know better.

sig94 said...

Odie - in many cases you have to know when to separate the men from the boys; sometimes with a crowbar.