Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Wile. E. Coyote And The Dems...

"For the better part of ten years I had the privilege of working closely with Wile's (Coyote) creator Chuck Jones and in fact produced and co-wrote Chuck's final Roadrunner cartoon in 1994, so I would humbly offer that I am a fair authority on said erstwhile coyote.

Having spoken with Chuck about Wile more times than I can count, I can say with great conviction that your suggestion that the Murtha, Dean, Kerry, Boxer et al, position with regards to the GWOT and the war in Iraq, is appropriately analogous to Wile and to his inumerable [sic], ill-considered and near fatally-flawed plans to catch the Roadrunner--a good many of which resulted in him falling off of a cliff."

Indeed. And the single biggest problem we conservatives have is the absence of an Acme-Liberal-Politician-Destructo-Widget.

And does this sound familiar?

"Throughout Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote's careers in over two dozen Warner Bros. cartoons chronicling the duo's encounters, their classic chase formula has never lost its tension. The luckless Wile E. comes up with increasingly elaborate and seemingly foolproof schemes to snag Road Runner who, oblivious to the danger, always eludes the pathetic
coyote's painstaking plans."

Increasingly elaborate and seemingly foolproof schemes. Hmm. Like calling for an immediate withdrawal from Iraq just to garner more liberal press support, then voting against your own proposal a day later?

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