Saturday, September 15, 2007

The Wurlitzer Prize For The Week Of September 15, 2007

Well, I know the entire world has been waiting for the Magical Moment. It is nearly upon us. This week's honoree is a man of distinction. A real big spender (on pork for Ohio anyway). And what fine deed O Mighty Wurlitzer was done to earn this lofty prize? It was the breaking of the wafer thin walls of his own masculinity and letting his true emotion pour out in all it's, ahem, glory. It was the uttering of the now classic line that shall rightfully follow him to his well earned final rest. Yes friends and family, the victorious line of the week states that the relentless loss of American troops in Iraq is a "small price" to pay. Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages, I give you this week's winner of The Mighty Wurlitzer, Rep. John Boner, er Boehner (R-Tanned Idiot).

UPDATE: Rep. John Boehner (R-Tanned Idiot) has issued a new statement in response to criticism of his comment that loss of American troops is a "small price". Rep Boner states that anyone who criticizes his remark wants "to ensure our troops come home after defeat, not victory," said Boehner spokeswoman Jessica Towhey. Oh my. The Wurlitzer thinks it would be a small price to pay if the Tanned Idiot Boner were placed on a bridge in Baghdad. Alone. At night. With a spotlight on his pasty white ass and orange glow tan crybaby face.