Written by queen mudder

Saturday, 13 February 2010

image for Carly Fiorina sheep-shagging video all the rage among Welsh Nationalists
The shagged sheep has become the iconic symbol of Welsh culture

Carmarthen - (Ewe'll-Be-Sorry!): Plaid Cymru pulses are throbbing with gay abandon this week after California GOP wannabe Senate candidate Carly Fiorina played a blinder with her demon sheep-shagging video.

The emblematic mascot of the Welsh Nationalist Party the wooly beast is portrayed on Fiorina's vid straddling a Roman column being struck by lightning "just like a real Plaid Cymru initiation rite," according to reliable sources.

And a scene showing a man in a pinkish sheep mask and glowing red eyes leaping from behind a tree is eerily reminiscent of Plaid Cymru leader Ieuan Wyn Jones's own Halloween 1997 initiation ceremony.

Not much actual sheep-shagging is visible in the two minute footage "probably because it's aimed at family audiences" Ms Fiorina's electoral team commented this week.

The image of a bestraddled beast being humped by a feisty Welshman has replaced the iconic daffodil as the Welsh nation's cultural symbol.

Plaid Cymru is hopeful that a copyright deal will swing their way later in the year so they can use Ms Fiorina's astonishing artwork for their own UK general election campaign purpooses.

Animal rights activists are too dumbstruck to comment.

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