Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Larry Craig is all mixed up.

There's no place like the Senate.

First Larry pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.

Then Larry said he wasn't guilty.

Then Larry said he would resign his Senate seat.

Now Larry wants to stay.



It seems Senator Craig can't make up his mind. Is it poor judgement, or just indecision? Is this a good thing or a bad thing for a Senator? Do politicians flip-flop or what? I don't know, I would never hire him.

What if a President was like that?

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous12:45 AM

    Didn't CAthy wear that to Mass once?

    Angie M.

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  2. Geez, can we trust most politicians?

    :p

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  3. Are you a good witch or a bad witch?

    I wish I could tap my red shoes and forget about it.

    You know that The Wizard of Oz is HUGE with the queens, right?

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  4. Jeron8:27 AM

    I really feel sorry for his wife. She has to be just turned inside out with all of this. If Sen. Craig had the courage to be honest with himself, he may be able to find some self-respect.

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  5. "Popular!
    You're gonna be popular!
    I'll teach you the proper ploys
    When you talk to boys
    Little ways to flirt and flounce
    I'll show you what shoes to wear
    How to fix your hair
    Everything that really counts
    To be popular...."

    from the Broadway show "Wicked,"
    music by Stephen Schwartz, lyrics by Steven Schwartz and Winnie Holzman

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  6. Angela: I wouldn't be caught dead with those dreadfully scuffed shoes and the mismatched hosiery. Where's the chapel veil?

    Hey, Richie:
    Witches can be right
    Giants can be good
    You decide what's right
    You decide what's good
    Just remember
    Someone is on your side
    Someone else is not
    While we're seeing our side
    Maybe we forgot
    They are not alone
    No one is alone

    Let's just sing Broadway tunes all the live long day. Oh, what fun! Seriously, I would have a blast. I bet Terry's buddy, M.B., would even join us on that one. We could find "common ground" and all that.

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  7. Actually, I can't stand Broadway tunes. I've ever liked them. So no "common ground" here, sorry. I guess it makes me a "bad" gay man too!

    Peace,

    Michael

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  8. Michael: LOL! You are a sport.

    Peace to you,
    Cathy

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