Saturday, March 05, 2005

Sen. Byrd Lynches Black Man On Senate Floor

Hanging "underscores senator's passion" on Social Security, niggers

Senator Byrd, engaging in his "three-fifths
of a filibuster" technique, an indirect atonement
for the sins of the Bush Administration

Washington DC--Former Ku Klux Klan vociferate, Senator Robert Byrd today lynched a black man on the floor of the senate to "add emphasis to my earlier remarks on Hitler and Bush's Social Security reform."

The West Virginia Senator caused an uproar Wednesday when he said "witness how men with motives and a majority can manipulate law to cruel and unjust ends. ... Hitler never abandoned the cloak of legality. ... He recognized the enormous psychological value of having the law on his side."

The statements have prompted calls for a retraction by the Anti Defamation League.

Byrd's claims his desire to protect benefits are what prompted him to lynch a black man, a skill that Byrd cultivated in the years before he held public office.

Byrd told Fox News' Tony Snow
that his KKK involvements were a
"Mistake of youth." Here, a youthful
Byrd revels in the indiscretions of boyhood

"The Bible says that there is no remission of sins without the spilling of blood," he said. "Time to throw a little jigaboo mojo the President's way. . .time to atone for messing with my constituency."

Some contend that Byrd's still-perceptible racism could be an independent reason to have lynched a black man in the chamber. Sources close to the senator said he has been "visibly upset" with the allegations, and is planning to use "multiple, frequent, and visceral" lynchings during a possible filibuster. When asked if the senator planned to hang anyone who fits his infamous "white nigger" description, the Senator refused to respond. "Let's just say these will be filibuster techniques delivered three-fifths at a time." they said.

The Therapist tried to contact the senator directly, and was told by a unnamed source. "You shut your mouth, boy. You best keep it that way, too if you know what's good for you."

Developing, as The Therapist doesn't.

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