American Council Of The Blind Defends New, New York State Governor and Wife!

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Tuesday, 18 March 2008


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"Sniffer" was trained to look up skirts and dresses!

In the latest issue of the organization's flagship publication, "The Blind Leading The Blind," The American Council Of The Blind (ACB) defends the new Governor of New York State, David Paterson, 53, and wife, Michelle, 46, despite each other's recently openly-admitted marital infidelities.

In the wake of the Spitzer scandal, both made a preemptive strike that each had had affairs during their 16-year marriage, which clearly begs the question: Is New York State the place where married bigshot politicos go to mate on the side, as simply as wanting a side of coleslaw.

Since Paterson is legally blind, the ACB is especially proud of this modern-day, legally-blind black Governor. Although, intially reported, as the first blind governor of a state, he's actually the second, the first being an 11-day Governor in Bubba's home state of Arkansas back in 1975.

We know how Michelle found her illicit lovers (the "usual" way). But, exactly, how did Mr. Paterson, a blind man? When queried, the new chief exec of The Empire State said, "Glad you asked!" He, then, provided some very creative methods:

    "I told gals that they all had their sight and, thus, they became 'sympathy hos.' I revealed my terrible, boo-hoo tale of living in darkness, while mingling with these honies--damn those square tables!!!--at a "Sex For The Blind Brotha'" meeting.

    "Remember, blond, white chicks, desperately want dark meat! It stems from doz pulp paperback covers, showing a hot and ready slave about to give the mistress of the plantation a good workout. They all remember dat image.

    "I went on and said I was Lieutenant Governor of New York State. Got them laughin' good. Then, showed 'em my official ID and they all got real excited. And, a sympathetic ho is a burning ho'! I won 'em over, so I could plank them good.

    "I, also, imitated Stevie Wonder with a few lines from, 'For Once In My Life.' They loved it, brotha!' Especially, the long-haired, blondie white hos we black guys like; remember, OJ just ate it up! I, also, had a damned smart service dog I named 'Sniffer.'

    "Sniffer was 'specially trained by the good people at 'Mutts Off The Streets For Blind Dudes' to smell those pherymoaners that hos give off. You know, those come-get-me sexy smells. Sniffer was trained to spot foxy lookers and take peeks up skirts and dresses to check the thighs and the goodies. He weren't any good at titty. However, he had his way of tellin' me when prospectin' that dere was hot poon ready and willing.

    Hos wearin' pants just allowed sniffin', but Sniffer could sure hump a leg. Sniffer's sounds told me a lot, as he hugged a leg and started a movin' up and down. And, the hos' loved it all, man. Guess they felt sorry for me, since I was blind. So, yeah, I needed ways to check 'em out. The hos found Sniffer, a cutie, too. Rememba, they was helpin' a decent, good lookin', high-class politico, who was blind and black. Man, on some hos, I was close to syonara, Jim! But, in the end, they wanted to save me! Man, I got me the nicest poon. So that was all I needed to do!"

When asked if he would 'Do A Spitzer' as Governor, he intimated that he would get an intern in the Governor's Mansion, like "Billy Boy" Clinton.

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