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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Alas, poor Repubs!

Many of us Divas, through we’re an independent bunch, tend to lean Democratic in political matters. I understand we even have a card-carrying member of the party (me!) among us. That gives us a whole slew of top-notch candidates among whom to choose for President. (If I can’t have Big Al, gimme Little John!)

But pity the poor Republicans! They have to choose among nutcases and fascists, all infected with a serious case of religion. We progressives, however, are generous souls, always eager to help those in distress. To give aid and comfort to our suffering opponents, go to this (Democratic Party) website and vote for the candidate you think best represents the modern day Republican Party.

Democrats.Org Straw Poll
I urge our Republican readers to do the same, if only to mess up the results. Ignore the insulting, traitorous, bleeding-heart text, and vote.
Everyone be sure to attend your party caucus or vote in your primary. No matter who the media anoints, it ain’t over till it’s over.
Jana C.H.
36th Legislative District
“The very sapphire of blue Seattle”


Anonymous said...

appreciate your blog, but i'm not comfortable filling out all that info.

Jana C.H. said...

Dear anon,

You can always fill in the blanks with lies, including an e-mail address of xxx@xxxxx.net

Sign on a Hillary Clinton, or Mike Huckabee, or George W. Bush. Who will know?

Jana C.H.
Saith WSG: It is easy in elegant diction to call it an innocent fiction, but it comes in the same category as telling a regular terrible story.