1. rugby_fan says:

    I’ve been told news of the atrocity that is Paul Broun not having been sworn in has reached the land down under.

    A plebiscite will be on the ballot to see if the constitution can be amended to ensure such a disaster will never happen in Australia.

  2. SpaceyG says:

    Last I heard, Georgia’s Undead community was thinking of hiring Edelman PR to help better media awareness of their many positive community service outreach programs.

  3. Icarus says:


    That’s the near dead. The one’s that either have to stay up late to watch ‘Law and Order’, or have a heart attack during each episode’s “surprise” ending.

    The undead are the ones that return from the grave. They’re democrats. And in some counties, they’re known to return from the dead in alphabetical order.

  4. Brian Laurens says:

    No, Icarus, I know what I meant. I think they voted for JFK also. You know those “extra” boxes of ballots that show up 🙂

  5. Rick Day says:

    That is because the Undead do not attend Jesus and Co. Certified and Sanctified Church ™, and are pretty much *not* pro-life.

    After all, that is the litmus test.

  6. GodHatesTrash says:

    From 1980 to 1988, the GOP was lead by the Brain Dead – Ronald Wilson Reagan (note the 6 letters in each name).

    The Brain Dead came back on January 20, 2001…

    George Dumbya Bush(ie)

  7. Chris says:

    Maybe they’d stop eating our brains if we gave them their rights.

    We need a Human Un-Life Amendment to clarify when un-life begins and ends. The amendment would state that un-life begins at natural death (or when elected to the general assembly) and ends when the brain is destroyed (which for members of the General Assembly is when they become leadership).


  8. debbie0040 says:

    Saturday was a great day! Alabama defeated the zombies from Tennessee and Bobby Jindall defeated the Louisiana zombies.

    Do you guys realize the importance of Jindal’s victory? Truly historic.

    Louisiana is my home state and has been full of corruption and run by the good ole boy system.

    Jindal will get rid of the corruption and be a great Governor.

    Katrina changed Louisiana voters. Gov. Blanco decided not to seek re-election because most Louisianians blamed her for the mess with Katrina. Voters contrasted the way Blanco handled things with the way Haley Barbour of Mississippi handled things.

  9. debbie0040 says:

    I was proud of Alabama yesterday. They did the right thing by suspending five players even though two were on the offensive line. Alabama had a young offensive line and could not afford to lose two starters but they did the right thing anyway even though the game was on the line.

    They still over came that adversity and won big. Saban is worth every bit Alabama is paying him…

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