Posted on | October 24, 2011 | 10 Comments
“With the President vulnerable and so many sensible government contracts at stake, they have persuaded me that the GOP electorate is yearning for the one voice in our party brave enough to consistently stand athwart the Tea Party lunacy. And, with the entire current Republican field variably afflicted with this madness, I could not help but relent to their entreaties. …
“And for my fellow sensible conservative Americans, let me assure you that in T. Coddington Van Voorhees VII you will now have a choice — not an echo. As the only Republican in this race who is dedicated to the future reduction in the rate of increase of the rate of increase of federal government, you can pull the lever in full confidence that your federally funded retirement and health care and education and automobiles and solar panel rebates will be preserved, in full accordance with conservative principles.”
We expect the Voorhees juggernaut will immediately challenge Jon Huntsman (Real Clear Politics average 2%) for the “margin of error” vote.
You may ask, what’s the difference between Coddy Voorhees and Jon Huntsman? Well, one of them is a complete joke.
And the other is a satirical character created by Iowahawk.