I-BLOW, or Iowans Behind Laws Outlawing Whatever, numbering some 1,000 evangelical voters strong, will be “flocking” to Des Moines Iowa new years day for a forum to discuss what are – no doubt – the two issues uppermost in all American voters minds, namely, a woman’s right to choose, and the gay “problem.” All the 2016 Republican Presidential hopefuls, including some 60 members of the Tea Party caucus will attend.
The day’s events will begin with a prayer to God to kill all the gays followed by a morning circle jerk. The evening forum’s host, Ralph Reed, chairman of The Faith and Freedom Coalition said, *“A lot of behind the scenes wooing and romancing is going on.” Later in the afternoon, he was spotted entering the Motel 6 on Interstate 5 with two boys who appeared to be no older than fourteen. When reporters asked Mr. Reed about this he replied; “I’ve been working quite hard lately.” When the reporters asked him what that had to do with what he and the boys were doing there, he replied; “Why do you people always try to make something out of nothing?” When pressed further he said; “Look, can’t a guy just spend a little down time watching TV with a couple of good friends?” He then waved to everyone, kissed the boys good-bye, got into his limousine, and sped off.
An additional 2,500 I-BLOW members will attend a pre-groundhog day round-table in Des Moines held by the Family Leader, an umbrella group of socially conservative organizations that have banded together for the 2016 campaign. Besides the annual pumpkin fucking, they will be giving thanks that half their members have not as yet been caught in some bathroom with someone’s dick in their mouth.
And, with an eye to many a conservative’s attraction to bathrooms, Steve Deace, a conservative talk-radio host said; *“When that Tea Party group coalesces around somebody, take all the Dems endorsements and fundraising advantage and flush them down the toilet.”
Two of the highlights of Saturday’s forum will be the Ann Coulter Drag look-alike contest – the early favorite is still Lindsey Graham, and the “Queen of the Forum Pageant.” Entries have been flooding in, and last year’s winner, Jim Bob Simmons, of Focus on the Family predicts that it will be “real gol’ durn tough” to beat Rick Santorum, “Ah have seen him in his gown – and he is jes’ stunning” said Mr. Simmons.
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