Who won!

The Presidential, Vice President and the Senate debates forced me to revisit the entertaining but contentious debates between the “Independent Coulogeous Party” and Monty Python’s “Silly” and “Serious” Party.

Tom Doodle Jr. represented the ICP,  I.B. Serious the Silly Party and the Serious Party, by S.P. Naturally.  Who won.

Abbott and Costello’s routine on “Who’s on First?”  or for those younger voters out there…the  South Park episode Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow features a parody of the sketch. “Excuse me, sir. Do you know who farted?”—”He sure did.”—”What’s the person’s name?”—”Who.”—”The guy that farted!”—

Who farted.

Irishman John B. Keane penned “Coulogeous”…while several sources, including the dictionary, offer no definition or explanation of what it means.

If you have read any of Keane’s work you might guess that it means “great craic altogether”.  As to when a coulogeous adventure becomes a highogeous one, your guess is as good as the Minister of Silly Walks.  I know only that both are limited to a maximum mathematical value.  This is in accordance  with the famous Einsteinian law that, however great it appears to be, the crack can never exceed 90.

I think you can apply the same law to ever meeting “ the biggest arse hole in the universe”…you may find the second biggest but there will always be someone with greater credentials driving a Prius while reading an article about “fracking” in the New York Times.

Mr. President:  Who is in charge of our domestic oil policies.

The President:  You got that right.

For my American readers “crack/craic” means good times, lots of action, high jinks, and many “pints” often both together.

Mr. President:  Who should be held responsible for the high unemployment in this country.

The President: It’s not Who it’s Bush

Mr. President:  Who is responsible for the fuck up in Libya.

The President:  Fuck Who…it’s that bitch Hillary.

Biden Meets Ryan Before Debate


Mr. Vice President:  What is so funny.

The Vice President: Who farted….and What rated him out.

Professor:  What makes you qualified to become a Senator.

The Professor:  What my arse, it’s the Kennedy’s seat and I’m a Kennedy…no I mean Indian…I’m an Indian

Mr. Governor: Who and What  contribute money to your campaign.

“I don’t know Who or What and Where are the Cayman Islands.

Mr. Senator:  Who writes your TV advertising.

The Senator:  What.

The television ads, especially those about mesothelioma, are horrific and who are you to believe.  I don’t know is running the Professor’s campaign but what the fuck is directing the Vice President.

…and who just farted.

You might remember who won the debate between ICP and the Silly Party…and you would be right.

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One Response to Who won!

  1. Alex says:

    Hi Brandy. Um, the pictures were just a joke. Sent to me by a laeirbl, Kerry-supporting friend from California. He earlier sent me a mock Republican National Convention Schedule which I thought was funny too.I’ve blogged before about being dissatisfied with Bush and not even sure I will vote for him. This is not a Blog 4 Bush and lately I’ve pretty much avoided politics. I am considering voting for the Constitution Party, except that I disagree about foreign policy.I do not think your assessment of the Republican party as screwing over the less fortunate in order to keep the money and power in their hands is accurate, unless by that you mean they are capitalists and not socialists .the wage war against nationsI think the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, which are part of the War on Terror, are right and just. I believe that to whom much is given, much is required. I also believe that whoever sees the good that he can do, and does not do it, sins. So when we see the need, and have the ability, to intervene in places like Iraq and the Sudan, we should do so. Militarily, if necessary. Of course we must do so wisely, and not recklessly, but I am not an isolationist.destroy the environment which we were put here to be tenants of?not dominatorsGod told us to take dominion over the earth and subdue it. That’s more than a tenant . The general Biblical perspective is that we should be good stewards .Economically developed nations, such as the USA, are better stewards of the environment than are underdeveloped nations. We can and should do better, but I think that will be accomplished through technological advances such as nuclear (fusion) power and the like.Yeah?sounds like a great decision for any reasonable thinking scripture abiding Christian to make?Not all issues are equally important. I don’t mean to defend the Republican Party on all issues, because it is unworthy of such defense.The most important issues to me have to do with national morality (abortion, gay marriage, etc), national security (aggressive war on terror), liberty (all of the first 10 amendments, including both 1 and 2), and national sovereignty (not giving France a veto over our foreign policy). Economic policies, the environment, and things like that are much less important to me right now.

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