As Scarlett would say: “Tomorrow is another day.”Here's where we stretch things out before the punchline. You know, I actually and really and for true dreamed last night that I had a guest spot on Bill O'Reilly's show. I was supposed to talk about some piece of scandalous art and Phyllis Schlafly was supposed to be on too. I was there in a hotel room, got a limo to the studio, rode the elevator with all the employees, and somehow then managed to miss my time slot. So I wandered around the office looking for someone to apologize to - don't wanna get off that gravy train - and eventually I found Bill's office. His door was open and I was about to go in and folks were making signs not to. He was asleep in a ridiculous position, curled up in his chair almost sliding off his desk and snoring like a congested elephant. So I went to a lounge to wait for him to wake up and where a bunch of Foxy girls flirted with me or made fun and then when one started inspecting my body I woke up. I am ready to be the new Alan Colmes.
Tomorrow is when Americans that lose fair and square elections accept the will of their fellow citizens and wait for the next election to try and change matters to their liking. Americans don’t take to the streets en masse like the subjects of the latest Thugocracy in Venezuela.
At least most of us don’t.
Oh, Mike "Gamecock" DeVine's tagline to every post he makes:
“One man with courage makes a majority.” - Andrew Jackson