KINKY!

That’s right folks…Kinky Friedman has collected 169,574 signatures to get his name of the ballot for the Texas governor race! He only needed 45,500 signatures…that almost 4 times as many signatures he needed.

And…I can say mine and Postman’s signatures are part of those 169,574 signatures.

I haven’t been too thrilled with Governor Good Hair. I am quite fed up with his handling of the school finance issue. And I wasn’t excited about the Democrat candidate Chris Bell or Carol Keeton Strayhorn. Strayhorn like Kinky had to collect signatures to get her name on the ballot. She is running as an Independent instead of a Republican. My thoughts on this is she probably couldn’t beat Governor Good Hair in the Republican primary.

I think Texas is ready for an independent..no holds barred kind of governor. If Minnesota can elect Jesse “The Body” Ventura, why can’t Texas elect a Jewish Cowboy?

Kinky…Why The Hell Not?

2 thoughts on “KINKY!

  1. Kinky would be a GREAT Texas governor.

    Kinky “Gets It” About Political Correctness

    Kinky is a genius. With all the politicians in Texas acting like officers in the political correctness police, Kinky promisses to “de-wussify Texas.”

    According to a recent story in the Austin American Statesman, Kinky is smart enough to realize “the more people I offend, the more people will like me.”

    Here are some other gems from that story:

    “I’m a compassionate redneck…

    In a November CNBC interview, for instance, he was pressed on a line in his 1987 novel, “A Case of Lone Star,” comparing New York to “a Negro talking to himself.” Friedman said he saw nothing wrong and even said of sexual predators: “Throw them in prison and throw away the key and make them listen to a Negro talking to himself.” Video excerpts appeared online on the Burnt Orange Report, a pro-Democrat blog.

    Kinky “Gets It” About Foreign Policy

    Kinky spoke with Ruminator Magazine about his thoughts on Bush’s foreign policy:

    Ruminator: So does this idea of the honorable cowboy have anything to do with why you threw your support behind President Bush in this last election? You did, didn’t you?

    Kinky: Yes. I did in this last election, but I didn’t vote for him the first time….I was not for Bush that time. Since then, though, we’ve become friends. And that’s what’s changed things.

    Ruminator: So it’s your friendship with him that’s changed your mind about having him as president more than his specific political positions?

    Kinky: Well, actually, I agree with most of his political positions overseas, his foreign policy….I basically think he played a poor hand well after September 11. What he’s been doing in the Near East and in the Middle East, he’s handling that well, I think.

    Kinky “Gets It” About Illegal Mexican Aliens

    I just saw a story in the Texarkana Gazette that showed me Kinky Friedman gets it. Here’s what Texas governor candidate Kinky said about the illegal Mexican alien problem:

    “Mexico is not a poor country…all of these politicians are afraid of offending Hispanics. I want the border off the evening news until we get something resolved.”

    Kinky’s been saying that Mexico ain’t poor for better than a year now. Here’s a another story out of the Kilgore News Herald, where Kinky says “Mexico is not a poor country.”

    Here’s some other interesting stuff out of that story:

    “He proposes auctioning Texas sports funding to the highest bidder — Nike or Coca Cola or Adidas or some other corporation that would like the opportunity to “get their hooks into the athletes while they’re still young.”

    “I am going to see non-denominational prayer and the Ten Commandments put back in the schools.”

    Friedman said the Ten Commandments might have to be called the ten rules or something similar but they need to be back in the schools. “They say this is part of my wussification campaign but, as my spiritual advisor Billy Jo Schafer says, “If you don’t love Jesus, go to hell.”

    One of Friedman’s most unusual ideas addresses border security.

    He proposes creating what he calls the Five Mexican Generals plan. As he lays it out, the border with Mexico would be divided into five pieces with a Mexican general responsible for each. A $1 million trust fund would be created for each general.

    “When I talk about the five Mexican generals, people think I’m joking but I’m dead serious,” said Friedman. “I will divide the border into five jurisdictions, assigning one Mexican general to each and providing a trust fund for that general. Every time a person crosses illegally, we subtract $5,000 from the trust fund.”

    Check out http://kinkyisawesome.blogspot.com/

  2. Jesse Ventura turned out to be an idiot and a sorry governor.

    Arnold out in CA turned out bad too.

    Be careful what you wish for down there in Texas.

    Celebrity candidates usually don’t live up to expectations.

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