Born Diplomat

State Attorney General Jon Bruning regrets comparing welfare recipients to raccoons during a weekend speech in campaigning for the Republican Senate nomination, an aide said. …. Mr. Bruning made the comment while criticizing endangered species regulations. He said biologists placed buckets with rat carcasses along a road to capture burying beetles, an endangered species, so they could release them elsewhere, but raccoons ate the beetles out of the bucket. “They’re not stupid,” Mr. Bruning said. “They’re going to do the easy way, if we make it easy for them, just like welfare recipients all across America. If we don’t incent them to work, they’re going to take the easy route.”–NYTimes

There’s no question, though, that his election would add diversity and upgrade the quality of the US Senate, introducing an expert in rat carcasses to the entrenched collection of horses’ asses.

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3 Responses to Born Diplomat

  1. 'Nonymous says:

    The only reason he apologized is because limp-wristed politically correct liberals would whine in the lamestream media for the rest of the campaign. He said what everybody with any sense already knows because it’s true. Make welfare easy for people and they’ll live off it –which means live off people like him and me — instead of work.

  2. julesagray says:

    Hey Hose, you mean why do you hate ‘muricans?

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