Let’ s give a big welcome to South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford to the Cockamamie Club. And he even cried! Oh pulese… don’t make me hurl my breakfast.
Imagine Sanford’s induction:
David Vitter, current Cockamamie Club president, calls on the Newt Gingrich, the recently appointed club sergeant-at-arms, and says, “Gentlemen, we are part of a growing club of important men with rampant cockamamie’s that do our thinking for us. It’s good to know that we are not the few, but possibly the many. That’s why the good Lord made so many pretty women who work with us, have cocktails with us, and just know how to make us feel good.”
Gingrich rises to the occasion with an impressive cockamamie salute and crows, “It’s our way, boys. Sometimes we get tagged and sometimes we don’t. You, Governor Sanford, qualify for a golden cockamamie membership. I mean, Sir, taking off to Argentina…that almost was better than my cause for induction.”
Sanford, tearful, in full penile remorse, blames “that damned liberal media and that dirty-minded blogging crap.” Bill Clinton applauds, “It is!”
Boys will be boys, no matter how much it may crush their wife, their family, and their careers. Henceforth, ease of entrance to the Cockamamie Club.
Author’s note: Thanks to guest blogger Jim Terr of Santa Fe for the You Tube parody, “Dont Cry for Sanford, Maria.”
6 thoughts on “Welcome Gov. Sanford to the Cockamamie Club”
You’re probably one of those people who doesn’t think that the Iraq Liberation thing was a sensible and worthwile venture. I know your type. Respectfully, etc…
My shoes squeak. Gotta get my dollar’s worth. Yeah, you’re probably right on that one.
Too bad there is not this much bipartisan effort toward national issues.
It is all well and good to make fun of men who dally, but what of the women they dally with -are they not equally responsible for the crush hearts of spouses etc. Nature takes her course and everyone has a closet full of erotic skeletons. As a California Girl I would have expected you to be more worldly.
But I love you still.
Glad you’ve visited the muse. It’s not the dallying as much as it is the hypocrisy. That’s the issue. Love you too!