Monday, January 16, 2012

Rat Families Mustn't Be Separated

Are you kidding me? You can't make this stuff up!  D.C. protects rats as wildlife that must be protected.

Can we apply this same kind of thinking (moving out entirely families of vermin) to Democratic politicians and their families?

But, please, don't move them - rats and Democratic politicians are the same thing, after all - to Virginia!

PS: I know of only one reason to be a Democrat.  Have you ever heard of a good piece of elephant?


Black Sheep said...

I thought I'd found and published the stupidest moves of government but you topped me. We both know what the result of this will be. The exterminators won't stand a rats chance of catching those rats alive in any quantity, let alone whole families of them.

So the rat infestation in D.C. will grow faster than the czar count or the bureaucracies, and soon they'll literally be overcome with litters. Of rats.

THEN they'll decide to "modify" the law to allow a limited use of deadly force, kind of like a deer or buffalo quota in Yellowstone.

You have to admit, this is going to be fun to watch, especially as its the lawmakers who are going to be finding rat crap in their rice crispies instead of the rest of us.

Now that I think of it, I'm really starting to like this law....

Mr. AOW said...

Black Sheep,
Bureaucrats deserve rat furs in their food.

Te best cure for rats is a cat that is a real huntress. We have such a huntress in our cat family right now.

Of course, I don't live in DC. So there are no rats in our neighborhood.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Here's wishing your next piece is an elephant.