A Little Bit of Shoosh
Values Australia asks the Australian people to keep the noise down and to step carefully and quietly around the Groveller General. Values Australia is informed the Groveller General’s spin doctors have prescribed bed rest with a hot water bottle, a teddy bear and a nice warm glass of castor oil and milk.
The doctors described the Groveller General as appearing “very rattled, extremely desperate and speaking inappropriately.” They say he has been badly hurt by stinging, pinpoint jabs from his opponent, along with a devastating uppercut from US Presidential candidate, Barack Obama, and that “while he is trying to retaliate he is flailing, swinging wildly, and none of his blows are landing. In addition, his greatest fan, Big George, seems to have vacated his corner. He’s lost his mouthguard, his speech sounds delirious and he often appears to be operating on automatic. He’s getting his facts wrong. Many of his statements sound identical to rhetorical phrases he has used in the past. They might have been clever then but they’re tired old clichés now and none of it really makes sense today. He puffs out his chest but he still looks small and lost. He’s just not thinking straight, so we’ve sent him to bed.”
So Values Australia asks you please for some consideration and a little bit of shoosh. The Groveller General needs his rest. Please do not cheer, laugh, catcall, whistle or fart loudly in his general direction.
[tags]howard, john howard, obama, barack obama, bush, george bush[/tags]