Thursday, February 09, 2006

Endorsements from the House of Pancakes

The management and staff at the House of Pancakes are pleased to announce the first of our endorsements for the upcoming elections.

Vote Kinky

For governor, we believe that the clear choice for all thinking people (as well as for non-thinking people of good will) is Kinky Friedman (I). His positions on the issues tend to be silly and naive, but his slogans are top-notch. We at the House of Pancakes firmly believe that any candidate can learn to do the job after a short time in office, but if they don't bring a sense of humor with them, they'll never get it.

As an independent, Kinky is going to need signatures of registered voters who didn't vote in either party's primary to get his name on the ballot, so if you want your voice to be heard, don't vote. We here at the House of pancakes urge you to skip the primaries, sign the petition, and vote Kinky in November. Why the hell not?

Vote "Not Griffith"

In Jefferson County, there is no point in voting in the Republican primary. If you simply must vote come March 7, we urge you to vote for Ron Walker for Jefferson County Judge in the Democratic primary. Justice Walker did a good job while on the Beaumont Court of Appeals, and we're confident that he'd do well as county judge. But more importantly, he is running against Carl Griffith, the man most responsible for bringing us the Ford Park money pit. He also seems to be the person most responsible for denying the people who have to pay for it any voice in deciding whether it should be built. Throw the sonofabitch out!

Vote Randy

For the 279th Judicial District Court of Jefferson County, Texas, we believe that the best candidate by far is Randy Shelton. He's running unopposed in the Democratic primary, but will have Republican opposition in November. Randy's a good guy and he'll make a fine judge.

Congratulations, Frank

Finally, we here at the HOP would like to congratulate Frank Coffin on his appointment as Beaumont Police Chief. Like Randy, he's a good guy.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fluffy, are you drinking again?

Word: kidjue

I kidjue not!!!!

Friday, February 10, 2006 8:31:00 AM  
Blogger Laurie said...

Miss New Orleans proudly (though without reason) endorses Kinky on her blog sidebar mostly because she likes his name.

Friday, February 10, 2006 10:29:00 AM  
Blogger Jack said...


Don't be silly. You know I gave it up for Lent.


We here at the HOP endorse his slogans: "How Hard Can it Be" and "Why the Hell Not."

While his policies (at least those that he touts on his website) may tend towards the silly and naive, they're no dumber than the other guys' (and gal's).

His number one selling point at the HOP is that he's not one of THEM.


In case anyone from Kinky's campaign stumbles across this site, here's another slogan for you: "Vote 'NO' to the Status Quo."

Friday, February 10, 2006 10:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about those elections - our S.E. Texas voters came through. Griffith will no longer reign supreme and we can face the reality of that money pit he built. If only Sugarland Texas would have been as responsible with their votes.

Wednesday, March 08, 2006 12:42:00 PM  

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