Politics

  • Howard was disappointed--he hadn't got one write-in vote on Super Tuesday. His wife told him he should  have spoken more about issues of substance rather than ducking issues he was uncomfortable with . . .

Ducking the Issues

By |March 4th, 2020|Categories: Birds, Politics|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Ducking the Issues
  • Once again, with their red MAGA hats, hopeful rally participants lined up early hoping to get in to see the president and hear his speech . . .

Waiting for Donald

By |February 27th, 2020|Categories: Birds, Politics|Tags: , |Comments Off on Waiting for Donald
  • The preppers, concerned about the outcome of the impeachment proceedings and the spreading of the coronavirus, decided the only sane thing to do was just dig in and hunker down.  And there was always some wise guy saying, "I can dig it" who mostly just leaned on his shovel . . .

Digging In

By |February 6th, 2020|Categories: Health, Politics|Tags: , |Comments Off on Digging In
  • Lionel had thought to attend the Iowa Caucuses, believing he had heard "Cowcusses" and thinking the food might be good (They do have to feed 'em, don't they?). He'd heard Iowa was famous for corn, but then he also heard they were famous for beef production. That could end badly. He also wondered why cows would get together to cuss . . .

Iowa Caucuses

By |February 3rd, 2020|Categories: domestic animals, Politics|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Iowa Caucuses
  • With articles of impeachment now in play, many have asked, "Where do the articles come from?"  Some investigative work quickly showed that, like many things, the actual work had been out-sourced to an Indian firm specializing in such things . . . 

Where Articles Come From

By |January 21st, 2020|Categories: India, Politics|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Where Articles Come From
  • Jim Bob (pictured) knew that he/they was one of the few, even in the deep south, that could show good cause why he/they should have two first names. With their unique outlook on life, he/they felt out of place no matter where he/they went. The big question came up at a family dinner when an aunt said he/they should say amen twice after grace was said. An uncle pointed out that they should be in politics, where it's vitally important to be always able to watch your back . . .

Two Heads Are Better Than One

By |January 16th, 2020|Categories: Birds, Politics|Tags: , |Comments Off on Two Heads Are Better Than One