As we all know, Ayatollah Ted
snatched up a couple of white girls to take out of the country, er, blamed his daughters for that time he fled freezing Texas for the sunny beaches of Mexico, like a common frat pledge at Spring Break, and won our Dad of the Year vote.
Anyway, as we learned later his wife (dubbed a dog by Vulgarmort) had been trying to round up friends and neighbors to go along to the Ritz Carlton (only $309 Ameros per night! Stay through Sunday!) on a group chat, only to be betrayed by someone, and like the Spanish Inquisition it was a development that no one could have expected.
Anyway, our Canadian Senator was pissed:
(Beware that this podcast was first designed to mock the passing of RGB; these people are terrible.)
“We’ve got a number Republicans who are neighbors, but we also have a number of Democrats, you know, folks on our street who put up Beto [O’Rourke] signs [when I was running for reelection], which I thought was a little rude. But I didn’t, like, hold a victory party in their front yards when we won. It’s a sign of how ridiculously politicized and nasty and just…you know, here’s a suggestion, just don’t be assholes. Treat each other as human beings, have some degree, some modicum of respect.”
In an ever-expanding universe, I am told that anything is possible, but Ayatollah Ted admonishing other to not be assholes has got to be the work of Eiron, the Goddess of Irony.
(Hat tip: Fair and Unbalanced and our pal Burr.)