it’s dangerously close to the Hail NAMBLA

and i don’t think people are buying it anymore.

which reminds me, constituents.

Each year, thousands of children are injured or killed by vehicular homicide. Vehicles travel at a high rates of speed each day through major thoroughfares in our community. Even Johnny, seen here playing on a quiet sidestreet, is not safe from the Volvo speeding up his parents’ circular driveway. these heartless hunks of metal must no longer be allowed to troll freely outside our homes and commercial districts.

That is why I’ve decided to legislatively put a stop to this great societal menace by banning all vehicles within 1,000 feet of schools, hospitals, libraries, churches and daycares – all areas where our treasured children commonly pool together. Also, cancer. I feel confident that with their vote, my fellow council members will support my efforts to stop vehicular homicide and cancer.

i know the above comparison does not work for several reasons (mostly because vehicular homicide is already illegal and also because cars, unlike sexual predators, are sometimes useful.)(but they can also transport sexual predators, so their threat should not be ignored) — but I needed an outlet for my rage.

The better joke would be to outlaw something obviously dangerous but extremely rare, (drunken crane operators!?) within 1,000 feet of a schools, libraries, parks or commercial districts. But i mostly just went with the car thing. please send better jokes to theteet@blogspot.com.

Regardless, my final question for the night:

Should I go ahead and put all my hope in Osama … I mean Barack Obama?

I want so badly to believe.

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  • The Experimental Dater

    Don’t give up on Obama! I believe too. I actually signed up for regular e-mails from his Web site. Yes, I’ve become one of those people.

  • Lemonscarlet

    I say yes! I get his emails too. And I’m reading his book. You should read his book and decide what you think.