Following the inept prosecution of international stalker 'Banana Boy', AKA Colonel Juan, leaders of the free world's law enforcement agencies have labeled the Obama Administration a collection of 'kumquats' that couldn't find their arse with both hands.
The fact that the infamous Colonel walked free from a court of law after just a 2 day trial which was halted due to revelations that he was an illegal alien non registered confidential informant for Nancy Pelosi whose exposure would threaten national security, did not set well across the globe, except for the nations of Italy and France.
Interpol reports indicate 'Banana Boy' was seen at a state dinner in France seated between President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife Carla, the latter whose hands appeared to be manipulating her napkin under the table till she got it just right. According to investigators it was just a 'quick' overnight in Paris, and then on to Italy where Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was said to be anxious to meet the Colonel, and possible appoint him to the position of
'Youth Minister', a position standing empty since the last minister, Roman Polanski, neglected to return from a brief shopping trip in Switzerland.
Meanwhile, back in New York, news from the NY Stock Exchange indicates an unusual surge in Kumquat futures, and a further imbalance in foreign trade from China and Southeast Asia, most notably from South Viet Nam, which produces a lot of Kumquats!
Political strategists noted that a recent call from Fox News to expand Tea Parties, and include the tossing of Kumquots during protests against the administration probably attribute to the rise in popularity of the strange fruit.
One wag likened it Nancy Polosi...Botox Cute on the Outside....with a decidedly sour and acidic inside....one bite will cause you to pucker up.
A recent anti government rally in Boston had protestors putting Nancy Pelosi stickers on bushels of Kumquats and adding the phrase "Bite Me".
It seems the population is suddenly souring on the left leaning Dems lead by a bunch of 'Kumquats!"