Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Prostitutes in Washington

There is an old joke about a man and woman who meet in a bar. The man asks the attractive, young woman, "Would you have sex with me for one million dollars?"

The woman was shocked by the question. Nevertheless, she thought for a moment and finally responded, somewhat reluctantly, in the affirmative. She was not the type to do that sort of thing, but money is always tight, and, after all, a million bucks is a million bucks, she reasoned.

Then the man asked a second question. "Would you have sex with me for fifty bucks?"

Tempted to slap him, the woman was even more shocked than she was by the first question. "Of COURSE NOT!" she insisted. "What kind of woman do you think I am?"

The man replied calmly, "We've already established what kind of woman you are. Now, we are just haggling over the price."

While intended for humor, the story points out an important observation about character. You either have it or you don't. Character can't be bought; not for any price.

Elected officials go to Washington for, primarily, one reason. To do what is in the best interest of the nation within the boundaries of the Constitution. Now, each of them has their own interpretation of what is in the best interest of the country and what the Constitution has to say about that.

There is a group of Democrats who like to call themselves "Blue Dog Democrats." They tell us that they are fiscally conservative and Constitutionally moderate. However, they've all been bought. They are like the young ... uh ... prostitute ... in our story. They have no character. They only have a higher price.

Rush Limbaugh this week just flat out called them prostitutes. He said on his radio program, "Prostitution is now legal in Washington, D.C.," and went on to call out these "Senators of the evening." Rush is right.

There are no fiscally conservative democrats. There are no blue dog democrats. There are only democrats. And democrats see as their function to insert government into every aspect of our daily lives that they can possibly get away with, and then to tax us for the "favor."

I hope these democrats from the so called "red states" and from swing states are taken to the woodshed. They all deserve to be unemployed next year. Unfortunately, it has been my observation that many voters have a memory that is about as long as the evening news program.


3 comments:

Chuck December 22, 2009 at 4:11 PM  

Look at Ben Nelson, he supposedly held out for the abortion provision, turns out he's a $100 million prostitute

Bob Qat December 22, 2009 at 5:16 PM  

Sen Nelson held out for a measly $100 million? That's cheap in WaDC.

That "Senators of the evening" line is priceless. Maybe I should start listening to Mr Limbaugh.

WoFat December 23, 2009 at 9:07 AM  

I again mention the book, "Parliament of Whores" by Saint P.J. O'Rourke. What a delightful term for our collected law-makers.

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