Friday, March 25, 2011

oh, awesome

I just realized something! Because of the new job with the gun range, I now hold not one, but TWO, positions on the Triangle of Death.

Now I just need to get elected to Congress and bingo bango...TRIFECTA!!

12 comments:

Michael said...

Run, baby, run.

instinct said...

Awesome!

Mike W. said...

sounds like someone needs to form an exploratory committee for a run at an Ohio State Senate seat....

hiroshi_tea said...

I would move to Ohio just to vote for you

FightinBluHen51 said...

OH FOR THE LOVE OF GOD BREDA, YOU'RE DOOMED!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=potlDrRI01A

BobG said...

You're probably too smart and honest to be a member of Congress.

"It could probably be shown by facts and figures that there is no distinctly American criminal class except Congress."
-Mark Twain

Bubblehead Les. said...

Considering our local RINO Congress Critter, when do you want me to file the paperwork at the Board of Elections for the Primary?

Glenn B said...

You vote for Congress Critters who support the RKBA, don't you? That means you are sort of on al three points of the triangle.

Glenn B said...

That was supposed to be 'on ALL three points...' but plezae xscuze me due to the several shots of anti-insomnia medicine I have imbibed 2 nite.

Guffaw in AZ said...

Good thing it's not a Dodecahedron of Death!

Bubblehead Les. said...

Glenn, up around here, we get a lot of "Hold Your Nose" candidates to chose from. Makes Chicago look like Tahir Square in Cairo some years. No crap, there's a political dynasty up here that you wonder how he can be on the Ballot when he died 20+ years ago! Then you find out it's the Grandkid taking Daddy's spot, while Daddy moves into the State Legislature...

Stick said...

Gee, just like Dayton! The daughter of a beloved state legislator HAD ridden the coattails of daddy until she term limited out of both houses of the legislature.

She returned home to Dayton to "save us" from the mean nasty Republican who had served 2 terms as mayor. The unions hated him because he got our baseball stadium built without a preferred labor agreement that would have insured all the work went to union workers. She kicked his butt! No big surprise, she was just as effective as mayor as she had been in better than 20 years in Columbus.

Last time around, she was defeated by a local guy who had never ran for office in his life, and was in a small way involved in his area of the city. She thought he was no challenge, he beat her by about a 70% to 30% vote.