Bluestem Prairie takes it all back: Congressman Tim Walz must be swept from office, not only for not being able to draw a giraffe, but for actively conspiring with an extremist wing burrowed deep within Minnesota's Democratic Farmer Labor Party, the GDBPWSNBDG. that actively promotes bad drawings of giraffes.
Today, April 1, 2011, we learned about Walz's putting faction above country via Facebook, where Southern Minnesota Democratic insiders underestimated the power of social media to bring the truth to light.
The offensive giraffe drawing (no doubt a Kenyan giraffe) was posted on a cult-like blog kept by the associate Chippewa County DFL chair and dirty hippie Joshua Preston. Preston actively solicited a badly-drawn giraffe from Walz at a clandestine party meeting back in February.
Walz eagerly embraced the idea of drawing a bad giraffe when approached by Preston:
Pulling him close, I watched his arms fold up to listen to the hardball question he was likely expecting me to throw his way, but instead I made the typical pitch:
“Hello Tim, I know you’re really busy, but there’s something I would like to ask you. I’m working on a website called (blah blah blah) and while I think you are an amazing gentleman, you seem like someone who should not be drawing giraffes. Could you do me the honor of drawing a giraffe?”
The congressman then burst into laughter, saying he would give it a try and that the idea was overall “pretty damn funny.” While I expected him to simply scribble a drawing out so he could move onto other business, he seemed legitimately interested in contributing it, being invested enough to say “I have no idea what the hell that is” when he made the awkward neck-bubble (goitre?) on the giraffe.
Congressman Walz: this is no laughing matter.
Patriotic American animal art involves American Bald Eagles, and I bet they're crying now! In a pinch, bison will do. But bad giraffes? What would Glenn Gruenhagen say?
I'll say it now: that giraffe is so effing badly drawn, I'm not posting it here. You'll have to go over to GDBPWSNBDG for that.
Bluestem Prairie DEMANDS that Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, conduct a hearing to investigate this breach of aesthetic security. [Update: while he's got the committee members together, can he check out how come Walz and Congresswoman Michele Bachmann share the same birthday on April 6? Very suspicious.]
Fortunately, Preston and his cadre at GDBPWSNBDG haven't corrupted all of Minnesota's Democratic leadership. Bluestem stands tall with Senator Al Franken, who can draw a map of the United States of America blindfolded that you can use to navigate the Interstate Highway system.
I've suspected that Walz might not be a legitimate American leader since April 1, 2009, when it was disclosed on Bluestem that IP candidate Greg Mikkelson had actually won the seat in 2008 with 70 percent of the vote. Despite BSP's flawless documentation, the revelations in First district election drama steps from shadows of Senate recount battle were ignored by the rocking chair media.
Image: It's enough to make eagles cry, if they had human tear ducts.THIS © COPYRIGHTED ORIGINAL IMAGE WAS CREATED BY D.E. WALDRON AND GUY PARNEIX.