Friday, October 15, 2010

Shut Up Fool! Awards- Hail To The Queen Edition

October is the month when many high schools and colleges hold their homecoming football games.   The tradition dates back to earth 20th century when colleges would invite their alumni to 'come home' to the alma mater on a certain weekend.  They would have parades, select a homecoming king and queen  and have other festivities like dances and other events. The tradition that started at the University of Missouri in 1915 was later adopted by other colleges and filtered down to the high school level as well.

My high school is having its homecoming game against Booker T. Washington tomorrow, and the North Dallas High Bulldogs will play their  homecoming game tonight against the Molina High Jaguars.

Molina is going through drama of a different sort.   Two weeks ago in a 45-38 against Pinkston they lost their quarterback Diondre Preston to a spinal cord injury as he was leading the team on its final drive in a bid to tie the score..

North Dallas will be playing its homecoming game under the glare of publicity from senior transteen Andy Moreno's thwarted by a transphobic principal bid to become homecoming queen.

Word is that Andy polled more votes than two of the three finalists, so tonight's winner will enjoy a tainted crown 

So hail to our queen, Andy Moreno .

And now in the spirit of homecoming, lets see what fool or fools were flagged by our Shut Up Fool refs for unnecessary stupidity.   

We had a bumper crop of fools this week.   Michele Bachmann, Glenn Beck, Bill O'Reilly, The US Chamber of Commerce, Karl Rove, Ed Gillespie, and Fox News

But our winner this week is the Sarah Palin of the East Coast, Delaware Republifool senate candidate Christine O'Donnell

During her televised debate with Democratic Chris Coons she interestingly enough was asked the same 'What Supreme Court cases do you oppose' question that stumped her mentor in the 2008 Katie Couric interview.  She was prepped by the same people who debate prepped Palin.     So what was her answer? 

NANCY KARIBJANIAN: What opinions, of late, that have come from our high court, do you most object to?
O'DONNELL: Oh, gosh. Um, give me a specific one. I'm sorry.

KARIBJANIAN: Actually, I can't, because I need you to tell me which ones you object to. 

O'DONNELL: Um, I'm very sorry, right off the top of my head, I know that there are a lot, but I'll put it up on my website, I promise you.

Delaware voters,  if y'all elect O'Donnell to represent y'all in the Senate, for the next six years anybody with a Delaware zip code who voted for her and complains about our government just needs to STFU.

Speaking of STFU, Christine O'Donnell, shut the HELL up, fool!

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