Thursday, October 31, 2002

Arkansas Project, Part Deux?

Criticized for using state funds and personnel for personal purposes and her own, miserably-failing campaign to be Secretary of Sfate, Arkansas First Lady Janet Huckabee lashed back back at her critics:

"I'd be lying if I said it didn't bother me," she said in an interview. "If it wasn't for the grace of God, I'd have shot a few people already."

"Jesus wasn't liked, either," she added. "And Jesus was mistreated, and called names."

One can't help but wonder why those chinless idiots who read (and wrote for) the American Spectator in the 90s aren't up in arms about the abuses of office by Governor Mike Huckabee and his wife: using state police as chauffeurs, accepting lavish gifts from political appointees, participating in illegal meetings to release well-connected rapists from prison, blocking ethics investigations, issuing death threats. You know, all the things folks used to accuse Governor and Mrs. Clinton of whenever Richard Scaife paid them enough money.

Just imagine the gnashing of teeth and the soiling of underpants at Freakrepublic if Senator Clinton had wished her critics dead or compared herself of the Son of God.

Let's all pray that Jimmie Lou Fisher will return Honor and Dignity to the Arkansas State House.

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