Make Fun Of A Cripple Day Special Event At T-Baggers Convention In February

Funny story written by b kenneth mcgee

Saturday, 28 November 2009

T.J. McCorkle, special events chairman for the T-Bagger Convention to be held February, 2010, in Nashville has announced a major all day event for the conventioneers.

"Make Fun Of A Cripple Day, will be a fun day for all" said McCorkle. "We will be making fun of and laughing at every kind of crippled, disadvantaged, deformed, disabled, and wheel chair bound person we can locate. Folks are encouraged to bring their childrens. There will be classes in laughing, mocking, jeering, and sneering for them to learn, things they can hold on to for the rest of their lives. Young minds are a terrible thing to waste"

McCorkle was asked by a reporter why they were having this event and he replied, "We learned at all them town hall meetings how much fun this could be when all those phonies showed up with their poor me stories. Bunch of socialists wantin the gobmint to pay for everything. Can't do nothin for themselves. We sure knew how to take care of them deadbeats! I never seen our folks having such a good time, and well, we thought we would just make it like a tradition, you know"

McCorkle went on to explain that it would be an all day event climaxed in the evening by a fire works show, a country music band, and the biggest Midget Toss in history. "We'll be having at least ten midgets and a thousand folks tossing them" he said. "It will be a Lollapalooza!

The event will be held in Nashville, the home of The Grand Ole Opry sometime after the first of the month when most attendees will have received their government social security checks.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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