Jan 25, 2010

Dude Tears Open a Giant Box of Ass Mouth

It's not often you hear a politician obliterate his career with a couple of sentences, but the Lt. Governor just came pretty close to saying "I love rape" on the old 'you didn't say that scale.'
At a town hall meeting Thursday, Bauer, who is running for governor in his own right now that Sanford is term-limited, said: "My grandmother was not a highly educated woman, but she told me as a small child to quit feeding stray animals. You know why? Because they breed! You're facilitating the problem if you give an animal or a person ample food supply. They will reproduce, especially ones that don't think too much further than that."
Look, don't feed poor people. If you do, they start a'fuckin'. Then you got more poor people. Really, they are no different than the rats that live in the sewer. Basically, what I'm saying is I'm a crazy racist and I use the term "poor" to refer to blacks because I can't use nigger anymore in public.

When will the south just go away? You cool people in the south need to leave, so we can blow that place up.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think it's time for the 2nd trail of tears -- lame people edition. I mean, if the bigots want to complain, just tell them it's part of a large scale pre-civil war re-enactment, and that later they'll get to re-enact the secession.

Once they're gone we can just say we're out of funding for re-enactments until further notice.

Then we can reclaim all the sweet beautiful countryside for nice people who aren't tards.

And before someone flames me -- I live in Alabama.

jason said...

i'm in asheville nc. the only place i would live in the south. it's along the lines of portland or boulder. but leave the little oasis,......

Dave Anthony said...

Ah, I love Asheville. Truly an oasis. I just stumbled across it while on tour once.

someofparts said...

I feel the same way about some of the intown neighborhoods in Atlanta that you feel about Asheville. If I couldn't live around the Grant Park/ East Atlanta/ Little Five Points/ Midtown area I couldn't take being in the South.