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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Monday Miscellany on Wednesday

The Iowa caucuses have come and gone, and Rep. Michele Bachmann has suspended her presidential campaign after finishing eighth among the field of six candidates.  Her concession speech featured her trademark eloquence:
“The people of Iowa have spoken, and they have written the very first chapter in this long campaign,” she said, not elaborating on her plans. “There are many more paths to be written on the path to the nomination.”
You write those paths, Michele!

Not that the Iowa winner, Mitt Romney, has much to celebrate.  He prevailed by eight votes--EIGHT!--over a candidate whose name is literally synonymous with anal froth.  If things continue in this manner, Romney could end up winning the presidency by the slimmest  margin since George W. Bush won the 2000 election by five votes over Al Gore.  (OK, those 5 votes happened to belong to Supreme Court justices, but still . . . .)

At any rate, even Michele Bachmann had a better new year than this guy:

Click here for video.

So, for all you ladies out there lamenting the fact that "He" just won't pop the question?  THAT'S WHY!


Finally, the governor of Idaho is named C. L. Otter.  He prefers, however, to be called "Butch." Because "Butch Otter" sounds SO much better.

1 comment:

  1. Not fer nuthin', but (technically) Bush won by ONE vote.