Louisiana Senators David “Cathouse” Vitter (R) , Bill Catsidy (R) – Politicians as Cats

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Senator David "Cathouse" Vitter (R - LA)  Chaircat of the Senate Small Cat Business Committee Voted to teach kittens the cardboard box origin theory of cats, and earmarked federal funding for a feline organization that believes dogs were put here by Satan to test all cats
Senator David “Cathouse” Vitter (R – LA)
Chaircat of the Senate Small Cat Business Committee
Voted to teach kittens the cardboard box origin theory of cats, and earmarked federal funding for a feline organization that believes dogs were put here by Satan to test all cats

 

 

Senator Bill Catsidy (LA - R)  Religion: Yarn Evangelism  Assignments : Energy and Rubber Band Resources Committee  Alley Cat Affairs Committee
Senator Bill Catsidy (LA – R)
Religion: Yarn Evangelism
Assignments :
Energy and Rubber Band Resources Committee
Alley Cat Affairs Committee

I have a buddy (hey Kade!) down south who graduated with a “Bach in Government”, from The Cats Meow in the French Quarter, I presume, which I think means he knows a lot about the classical music played in Federal building elevators.  He told me I might want to take a look at Mississippi’s Mexico (aside from actual Mexico) for some Senatorial cat inspiration. Well it it turns out Kade was right, which is shocking, because I’ve lived in Louisiana and it usually takes a few beers before anyone I knew down there would tell you anything but a joke about boobs, their politicians, or Mississippi. That must mean things are serious down there, or their politicians look exactly like cats. I’ll let you decide, but stay on the lookout, aside from catifying their hooked loving (Sen David Vitter), and evangelical (Sen Bill Cassidy – in this case for his state’s environmental recovery funding) senators I’ll be looking at a few other Mush-mouthed candidates. I’m looking at you, Governor Bobbikins Jangles.

 

Also, please enjoy a pothole as a politician, mostly because we have horrible pothole problems here in the Oklahoma City metro area, but also because I find the visual of Oklahoma’s most something something Senator, James Lankford, happily snarking from a 5 foot deep water-filled pothole freaking hilarious. 

 

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How deep is that pothole?
How deep is that pothole? (Okc pothole characterized as Senator James Lankford)