Our fine comrades at The Economist report on another one of our successful initiatives.
This one is designed to further chisel away at the little joys in the life of the average overweight double cheeseburger eating pig known as the Amerikan. When not ordering a super-size Coke and Fries, your average Amerikan can be found watching a game of Amerikan college football, our enemy’s opiate of the masses.
Due to the persuasiveness of the efforts of glorious comrades who shall remain nameless, we were able to convince representatives of Texas, the home state of the Burning Bush, to legislate cheerleaders, the nimble, nubile women who provide the true entertainment.
On May 3rd, the state’s House of Representatives voted to crack down on “overtly sexually suggestive” routines.
The bill was actually sponsored by a Democrat, Al Edwards, who is an ordained minister, but it won fairly solid conservative support. “There is a lack of old fashioned morality, the morality you and I grew up with,” lamented one Republican state representative, Carl Isett. “If I take my five-year-old son to a high-school football game, I don’t want to cover his eyes when the cheerleaders are on the field.”
The bill would require school districts to take “appropriate action” against offensive acts at school events as identified by state education authorities. Districts would have to appoint cheerocrats—plainly a demanding and thankless job—to identify the culprits.
Our man at the American Civil Liberties Union in Texas invites the Amerikan people to take their reasoning to the next logical step.
“Why not go all the way? Why not require them all to wear a burka?”
(Images courtesy of our comrades at The Swift Report)