2 thoughts on “Just say no to Kinky Friedman

  1. Give Kinky a chance! He’s got some good ideas. Kinky told the Texarkana Gazette his thoughts about the illegal Mexican alien problem:

    “Mexico is not a poor country…all of these politicians are afraid of offending Hispanics. I want the border off the evening news until we get something resolved.”

    Kinky’s been saying that Mexico ain’t poor for better than a year now. Here’s a another story out of the Kilgore News Herald, where Kinky says “Mexico is not a poor country.”

    Here’s some other interesting stuff out of that story:

    “He proposes auctioning Texas sports funding to the highest bidder — Nike or Coca Cola or Adidas or some other corporation that would like the opportunity to “get their hooks into the athletes while they’re still young.”

    “I am going to see non-denominational prayer and the Ten Commandments put back in the schools.”

    Friedman said the Ten Commandments might have to be called the ten rules or something similar but they need to be back in the schools. “They say this is part of my wussification campaign but, as my spiritual advisor Billy Jo Schafer says, “If you don’t love Jesus, go to hell.”

    One of Friedman’s most unusual ideas addresses border security.

    He proposes creating what he calls the Five Mexican Generals plan. As he lays it out, the border with Mexico would be divided into five pieces with a Mexican general responsible for each. A $1 million trust fund would be created for each general.

    “When I talk about the five Mexican generals, people think I’m joking but I’m dead serious,” said Friedman. “I will divide the border into five jurisdictions, assigning one Mexican general to each and providing a trust fund for that general. Every time a person crosses illegally, we subtract $5,000 from the trust fund.”

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