Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Dancing DeLay McBirther

Posted By on Tue, Oct 6, 2009 at 5:01 PM

Former Texas Congressman Tom DeLay was forced to step down from office in 2005 when faced with dozens of criminal charges. The man was called The Exterminator and The Hammer while in office, and was not known for bipartisan love.

But there he was on Dancing with the Stars last night, trying to make us forget about Jack Abramoff, and the Republican Revolution. The irony of this week's dance is that DeLay is a birther and, while not working on his legal problems, regularly stirs the pot on Obamacare and such.

Fear not. According to E! Online, DeLay McBirther is possibly stepping down from the dance show because of stress fractures. I'd like to see a copy of the note from his doctor.

Perhaps an attempt to buy the judges just didn't work out?


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