Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Bend over London

It's that time of year again, and Anne Marietoinett-Best wants to see just how big a dildo she can stick up your ass!

“I want to commend staff,” London Mayor Anne Marie DeCicco-Best said, “It’s a very strong starting position.”
As always, feeling the . . . er . . . pressure of another London tax hike, Frank le Fou is singing the Thames Delta blues for you in his 2006 release, "3% & Rising".


Carmi said...

Let the games begin. I guess our highest-in-the-region level of taxation doesn't weigh heavily on the minds of our civic leaders. The fact that cities like K-W deliver more, charge less, and offer citizens and business alike some real opportunity is lost on the folks at Dufferin and Wellington.

For soaking the electorate more thoroughly than any other municipal government within ballistic missile range, you'd think the city would already be delivering valet-level service to everyone who lives here. Nah, better to spend it on another Stonehenge.

I would normally be somewhat inclined to sigh. But that would simply represent a repeat of my initial reaction every year at this time. This is a story that got old long ago.

Thucydides said...

IF you don't like the same old story; what do you plan to do about it?

frank said...


I tried voting this year . . .

Since then I put my balls in a vice, kicked myself in the head and sang until the authorities came.

They gave me pills and a pension.

Carmi said...

London voters apparently LIKE being reamed from behind, because they voted the same spend-it-all, then-spend-some-more politicos back into office.

Obviously, the population here enjoys being fleeced.

If they start to whine anytime soon, I hope someone tells 'em they did it to themselves.