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Thursday, April 19, 2012

The Fox Is Guarding The Florida Hen House

The Prick with Ears in Tallahassee has out done himself this time. Florida's Chief Executive Orifice, Rick Scott announced the members of his Stand Your Ground task force. The task force has been named the "Task Force on Citizen Safety and Protection."

Among those tasked to guard the hen house is the douche bag who sponsored the Stand Your Ground law, funeral home owner Rep. Dennis K. Baxley (R-You pop'em, I'll plant'em). Baxley, the "shoot first, ask questions later" Ocala Republican vigorously supports concealed weapons and says the overwhelming majority of permit holders are careful, law-abiding citizens.

"In a free society, people should have the right to arm themselves," said Baxley. "These permit holders don't shoot people."

Oh swell, you might mutter, but hold your ponies, it gets worse. The chair of this circle jerk is none other than Florida's "useless as tits on a bull" lootenent goobernator, Jennifer Carroll. Carroll is the Scott lotion girl who gets paid almost an eighth of a million dollars a year just to check on whether Scott had been tarred, feathered and ridden out of state on a rail overnight. If he is still screwing the state she goes back to bed. 

On the occaisions when Carroll has managed to drag her crusty ass out from under the covers, her official acts have included condemning The Da Vinci Code (I presume both book and movie) as anti-Christian propaganda and comparing the media to dictators and socialist rulers.

Said Carroll from between the sheets, “We look forward to hearing from the citizens of our state about their concerns and recommendations for keeping our state safe." Lifting her head from the pillow just a tad, she continued, “Governor Scott has tapped a diverse and qualified group to carefully review our laws and our policies.”

Recommendations for keeping our state safe? What the hell does this fruitcake think the citizens have been stressing about since Zimmerman gunned down Trayvon Martin?


  1. So the answer among officials to the dangers imposed by this unnecessary law, so apparent following the shooting of Trayvon Martin, is to double down and support it further.

    Regarding concealed weapons, I'm reminded of the time I was on the subway recently and an agitated passenger announced, "If I had a gun, I'd shoot all of you." I believed him.

  2. Thankfully, that subway incident could never happen here in Florida, primarily because we don't have subways.

    Well, we do have Subway sandwich shops and it is not out of the realm of possibility that one or more customers is packing heat at any given time. Oh, horrors! If the order is wrong, or the food line is too slow, "I have a gun, I'm gonna go Nugent on all of you."