Tuesday, January 2, 2007


Some obscure New York newspaper got its hands on former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's campaign plan for his maybe-sorta White House bid. You can read the article here, http://www.nydailynews.com/front/story/485008p-408347c.html, or just leave the driving to me.

The super-secret document, apparently left by an absent-minded aide at an Iowa Motel Six, drives home two points. Point 1, the campaign should raise huge piles of money. Not a bad idea.
Number 2, the campaign should figure out a way to deal with Rudy's zipper problems and sleazy business dealings. How to do this? Rudy's brain trust doesn't hasn't a clue -- except they DO have just enough sense to realize that it requires a Texan in charge.
Once again proving that when a Yankee finds his chestnuts in the fireplace, he always turns to a Texan to pull 'em out.
The campaign suggests that Houstonian and Mighty Strike Force General Patrick Oxford is the man for the job. The plan appears to be short on details; it just says to tell the UT Regent all about Rudy's strange business stuff and even stranger personal life and let him figure it out.
I swear, if we Texans hadn't generously agreed to join the Union, the United States of America would be a giant Bangladesh.
Let's wish Pat all the best in his new endeavor. This is gonna make the battle at The Alamo look like a lazy day on the Riverwalk.


texxasredd said...

It's gonna be fun to watch the sleeze fest between serial adulterers Newty & Rudy.

Anonymous said...

Billy Clyde- please cease all other blogging and just talk about the speaker's race. And be pithy about it.

Billy Clyde said...

BC doesn't waste valuable blog space on things like UFOs, the speaker's race, the Loch Ness Monster, etc.