Political wildlife 2014


After a brief respite, what better way for the Conservative Collective to begin the 2014 mid-term political cycle than to introduce some of the better known political figures who will be embroiled in the fight for our votes in November.

The group portrait from the House of Representatives above shows, from left to right, Rep. Eric Cantor, Speaker of the House John Boehner, and Rep. Peter King.  The entire Conservative Collective could not find a picture of these three progressives together, so it was decided to use a photo of real weasels, as it was assumed that no one would have known the difference anyway.


The next photo is a group portrait taken from the Senate and the other side of the isle and shows, from left to right, Sen. Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Dick Durbin, Sen. Charles Schumer and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

These four can stink up a legislative agenda faster than Uncle Purvis  after eating a week-old burrito. Actually, apologies are in order to the skunks in the picture for even suggesting that they smell like politicians.

So there it is…weasels and skunks. That’s what constitutes our nations legislative body, and yet America stupidly keeps voting for them. Eric Cantor has proven he can lie with a straight face about illegal immigration, so we guess that’s what qualifies him for office.

Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi are simply brain-dead progressive zombies who march in lock-step to any orders that come from the White House. Peter King would have America believe that he’s a defender of the republic, when in reality he’s a defender of the progressives who make up the Republican “Old Guard”. Charles Schumer has been assembling deceitful schemes for decades and is simply not to be trusted at any time…period.

Lastly, be very aware of this final creature as it winds its way into and out of the shadows. It’s direction is always to the progressive left, but its path twists and turns as it avoids telling the truth to the American people. Fortunately we can always tell where it came from because it leaves a nasty slime trail. Here it is going to Air Force One as it leaves on yet another taxpayer-paid vacation. We call it…

slime trail