Friday, February 16, 2007

Hybridization and Evolution of
The Master Race of Politician

U.S. Representative John William Jefferson Kerry (D-Arkanchussetts) was asked about his vote for the non-binding resolution of nonsupport for the President's 'Surge' activity in the Iraq war.

He responded, "When parsing the meaning of my non-binding vote for a non-binding resolution, one needs to consider the doubling of the second declension of the twin adjectives. As with a double negative that alters the meaning to a positive, the double nature of non-binding also infers that which is binding. Therefore, in essence, I was able to vote both for the resolution as well as against it."

1 comment:

Al said...

That b-tard!