It’s racist! Greenwich Democrat howls

 

We are not amused, ever

Dallas Cowboy football fans have petitioned the President to fire owner Jerry Jones and Bill Gastric, Co-chairman of the Greenwich Democrats, is outraged. “This is not the least bit funny”, Gastric fumed to FWIW. “150 years after fighting the Civil War, God has sent his only beloved son to serve as our first colored president in the nation’s history and these people – these southern people – are trying to distract him from his task of saving the planet and making everyone rich beyond their wildest dreams. Only southerners would attempt such a despicable act, and even they would never do it to a white president. If you think this is amusing, you must be a racist too.”

(Mr. Gastric then terminated the interview and left our office, murmuring quotations from Federalist author and noted footballer James Brown as he exited.)

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5 responses to “It’s racist! Greenwich Democrat howls

  1. FF

    You gotta think that if Texans are turning to Obama to do something, it must be bad bad bad. Cowboy fans just dont understand why they suck, so they think something else is at fault. ‘Spose it has something with the Giants willing all those superbowls, undefeated at “The Cathedral”, you know, winning. I guess ultimately they figured Obama knew something about that so they made the call.

    But this is what fans of sucky teams should really do http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/19/kansas-city-chiefs-fan-obituary_n_2160096.html

  2. FF

    LOREN G. “SAM” LICKTEIG
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    Loren G. “Sam” Lickteig passed away on Nov. 14, 2012 of complications from MS and heartbreaking disappointment caused by the Kansas City Chiefs football team.

  3. AJ

    Our Lord and Savior, Barack Obama:

  4. kc

    Why stop with a better owner or coach or new stadium? Those things are okay but shouldn’t we be able to ask the gang in D.C. for whatever we want? Isn’t that why they’re there? Why not ask for a perfect season and a Super Bowl trophy this year? All 32 teams (I think that’s the number) can be Super Bowl champs every year. That’s what the average fan really wants for his or her team. No one has to be disappointed and no time spent waiting at the bottom of the standings unless, of course, you live in some grumpy city that doesn’t accept government largesse gracefully.