Kinky Is a Fraud

Posted on 05/13/2006. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Kinky Friedman is running for Governor in Texas. He is supposedly a resident and says he even voted for George Bush in the last two elections. The Texas Voter Files say otherwise. Unless Kinky was living in another state, he has not voted in a primary or a general election since 1992. Is this really the person you want as Governor of Texas? Someone who doesn’t even care enough about the state to vote in the elections is not worthy to be an elected official. I believe Kinky is using this election to get his lounge act back on the road. What the current Governor and Legislature does to embarrass Texas is bad enough. Do we need a comedian who thinks Texas and the well being of the state are not worth his time or effort to even vote in the governor’s mansion? No!!!

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Kinky “Gets It” About Political Correctness

Kinky is a genius. With all the politicians in Texas acting like officers in the political correctness police, Kinky promisses to “de-wussify Texas.”

According to a recent story in the Austin American Statesman, Kinky is smart enough to realize “the more people I offend, the more people will like me.”

Here are some other gems from that story:

“That’s the problem with politicians; they don’t want to offend anybody. In so doing, though, they offend all of us.” Friedman later questioned any conflict between cracking wise and delivering a message voters weigh seriously. “I’m not a politician,” he said. “I’m a compassionate redneck; relate to me different than these guys or you won’t get accurate results.”

In a November CNBC interview, for instance, he was pressed on a line in his 1987 novel, “A Case of Lone Star,” comparing New York to “a Negro talking to himself.” Friedman said he saw nothing wrong and even said of sexual predators: “Throw them in prison and throw away the key and make them listen to a Negro talking to himself.” Video excerpts appeared online on the Burnt Orange Report, a pro-Democrat blog.

Good stuff. I saw the video, and it’s hilarious! Check it out here:

Kinky is a comedian but does not need to be governor. Let him take his lounge act on the road.

I’m not much into politics as you know 🙂 … but I just read this (among a lot of other things that ‘sound or look good’ over at his site.

“Redistricting reform: The practice of allowing elected officials to draw their own election districts must stop. This type of political extremism lets the party in power take unfair advantage and results in less competition in our elections. We propose using the Iowa model of a non-partisan redistricting commission. In light of the myriad political scandals that have dominated the headlines for the past year, it has become increasingly clear that Texas must end its anything-goes system and restore honesty and integrity to Texas politics.”

http://www1.kinkyfriedman.com/issues/political_reform.html

Do you think he has a chance of getting elected? And if he does get elected, will we be any better off than we are now? Or will it just be a different lounge act from Rick Perry?

What about Carole Strayhorn? I’ve heard a few of her supporters talking about what a good job they think she will do and how she isn’t controversial like Kinky. But she’s using her State of TX employees to work on her campaign which is VERY wrong according to Kinky’s website!

It seems to me they all have TV lounge acts at our expense … I vote … but I have no idea how to sort out this election yet!


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