Wednesday, July 18, 2007

No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith, er, Washington

"Who's playing that music?"
"And where's all that liquor coming from?"
"It's a party Marge. Doesn't have to make sense."

Senator Tubes agreed, screaming at the top of his lungs while pounding the podium before stomping off in a huff that "this is nonsense." Friend of the homosexual agenda, Tom Coburn, bragged that he "can stay up longer than they can." Then he put his fingers in his ears and stuck out his tongue. But he is correct. When the extent of your daily activities consists of doing crossword puzzles, you'd certainly have a lot of unused energy.

Unfortunately, the most comical moment associated with this has to be that of Senator Tom Harkin: "I hope that this one sleepless night in the U.S. Senate will awaken Republicans to the reality that their loyalty belongs not to the President, but to the American people."

Good luck with that.

At least Coburn's been awake the last six and a half years. Sure, it's been in the service of evil, but what's your excuse?

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