The State of Disunion

Newt and Callista

"Sorry, Callista, but you're gonna have to share me with the American people."

Well, here we go again. Time for the annual call-and-response comedy that pits Repug against Donk and man against booze.

I thought about a drinking game that involved taking a snort every time Weepy John Boehner pulls a frowny face, rolls his eyes or nods off from martini and/or tanning-bed poisoning, but I don’t think my liver could take the pounding. I’d be drunk-dialing Callista Gingrich 15 minutes into the speech: “C’mon, all I wanna know is what’s he make ya wear? Hah? Does he make ya dress up like Michelle Obama and then chase ya ’round the water bed with a riding crop, callin’ ya uppity? You can trust me, I’m a media elite.”

SOTU addresses drive me to drink far too easily already. Especially when the Congress pulls some monkey-spank bullshit like encouraging “bipartisan seating.” That’s about as far as bipartisanship extends with this lot: “I’ll sit with you, but I won’t put out.” Right. Saving themselves for Wall Street.

Me, I like watching the Repugs squat like dyspeptic toads as the prez delivers applause lines and the Donks rise theatrically to their lightly loafered feet, smacking their limp wrists together in a mimicry of human applause. And I pay taxes at a higher rate than either Newt or Mittens, so I should get what I want.

More after the jabberwocky.

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2 Responses to “The State of Disunion”

  1. High Plains Drifters Says:

    I typically believe the wives should be off-limits

    But in this case were talking about someone who thinks eating meat on Fridays is a sin but screwing your married Boss isn’t

    ( I have no idea why Siri thought boss needed to be capitalized)

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Steve, ordinarily I would agree: No wives, no mommas. But Callista always struck me as more of an appliance than an actual human being. Can you imagine hooking her up with the RomneyBot 2012? I think that’s how the Terminator got started.

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