Written by Pointer

Thursday, 1 February 2007

I, Et McCrone, though not a particularly religious fella, am no fool. I can see the importance of faith in the current political climate in the colonies and Mother England. Who'd a thought it?

Jefferson said that he could not wait to see the day when the last priest would be strangled by the entrails of the last king. And now in the soon to be USUK we find kings, tyrants and priest-ministers galore! Most of our UK leaders have been proudly apathetic to organized religion despite the lashings from C.S.Lewis and his ilk.

At any rate, the boyo who wants to be your PrezMinister (see I,ET McCrone Wants to be your PrezMinister I&II) has decided that he might very well, if elected PrezMinister of the USUK, not only wear a GasBag (see I,ET McCrone Will Wear A Gas Bag) build the Dental Dam (see I,ET McCrone Will Build the Dental Dam), tubes or even the Spandex Girdle across the Pond (I,ET McCrone Am Almost Speechless) to reunite the Colonial power with the colonial powerless but, I repeat, might die for your sins. Not every sin, mind you,a man's got to be selective but any sin you commit that reminds me of my own perfectly human transgression,I might,mark my exact words, might die for your sins.

This dying,of course ,has no specific time line and so if I am elected and reach the ripe old age of say a hundred and am a retired PrezMinister on my Government paid pension estate on maybe Barbados and I'm about to keel over and I say, Tis for your sins...why that should count, no?

So, dear citizens, remember...Vote McCrone! Low Class In Two Lands! He Might Die For Your Sins! Goooiiinnnggg UP!

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