“It is useless to attempt to reason a man out of a thing he was never reasoned into”

Jonathan Swift
"The Democrats have moved to the right, and the right has moved into a mental hospital." - Bill Maher
"The city is crowded my friends are away and I'm on my own
It's too hot to handle so I gotta get up and go

It's a cruel ... cruel summer"

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Republicans recently convene Council of Flint

In response to recent allegations of bad policy decisions and the Demotestant Reformation Republican Ecumenicals have called for a gathering of the minds to address problems within their party.

The council, henceforth to be known as the Council of Flint, will be led by none other than John “Flint” McCain. Here is a photo of a younger Flint McCain performing a bit of pre-waterboarding interrogation on an unwilling terrorist.

One on the council suggested that policies within the Holy Republican Church were responsible for the downfall of that Sacred institution. His suggestion was met with loud laughter by the council. The decision to actually reform their ideas was quickly tabled and replaced with a strategy of "guilt by association" This strategy, carried out with great aplomb by Archbishop Hannity (amongst others), and spread far and wide by throngs of Acolytes such as Celtic and Curious Texans would, the council decided, deflect for a time, charges that the Republican Church might still be lacking a clear view as to how they might extricate themselves from their current state of disarray.

At one point Flint McCain admitted he even had doubts until recently about some of Pope Bush's policies. But after the Pope gave McCain what some are calling a political "reach around" all policy concerns were quickly tabled by the council.

While it is as yet uncertain how the Council of Flint's policies will affect the grand scheme of things, it is certain that some unease has arisen within the Republican Church. Further reports from the Council's ongoing deliberations is forthcoming.