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Friday, May 30, 2008

Return To Sender

Iowahawk's look at the evolution of a GOP Congressman has been prettified and published at The Weekly Standard. It's hilarious, if you haven't seen it. IMO all politicians have a shelf life and you have to roll your stock if you don't want it to go bad in office.

BlameBush looks askance at the UK proposal to give citizens a carbon allowance.

Ferdy the Conservative Cat expresses deep thoughts about projection. But are they true? Not for Congressmen. See Iowahawk.

SC&A publishes a somewhat bawdy cartoon that tells a few home truths about male/female power structures. Perhaps it should be entitled "What Freud Did Not Realize, But We Do". The "we" there is southern gals.

Shrinkwrapped assures me that indeed male envy shows up in psychiatry, especially in cases in which girls are brought up as lower class citizens in a family. I'm sure he's right, but I just haven't met any southern women with that syndrome. I'm sure some exist.

Serious: I am brooding about this Shrinkwrapped post regarding Obama and Masochistic Omnipotence.

Oh mom... is Iowahawk at it again?

Remember this little ditty:


I laughed so hard I about fell out of my chair - I used to go catfish fishing on the Iowa River near Coralville in the 80s right after leaving college with d00dz like that - co-workers at a large ethanol plant in Cedar Rapids. That was way before the explosion of mini-McMansions started pushing out the trailer parks there (if you've ever been to Iowa City - Coralville you know what I'm talking about).

I/H's 'evolution of a congress critter' is just as funny... the art to parody is to have it hit real close to home. He often does.

Thanks for posting that - I would have missed it for sure otherwise.
That is soo funny. I never saw that.

You're right. It's not really parody - Iowahawk does caricature. The features are a bit exaggerated, but still recognizable from real life!
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