MAY we have your attention please! Anna Falling’s creationist crusade to save the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma is reaching a climax. We’ve written about Anna’s thrilling campaign twice before: Tulsa Mayor Candidate: Creationism Issue #1, and also Anna Falling: Tulsa’s Creationist Savior.
As you recall, this brilliant woman says that putting a Christian creationism display in the Tulsa Zoo is No. 1 in importance among city issues. She promises to appoint people to city boards, authorities and commissions who will “honor God.” Not only that, but she’s also said: “By [previously] rejecting the Creation exhibit at the zoo, God has been dishonored.”
This is a campaign worthy of our closest attention, and we’ve been scanning the news hourly, night and day, for developments. It is therefore our pride to inform you of what we found in today’s Tulsa World — Vote today: Mayor, council choices at stake. Here are some excerpts, with bold added by us:
On Tuesday, Tulsans have some important election decisions to make. But in order to make informed decisions on Tuesday, Tulsans must first be made aware there is an election on Tuesday.
This Tuesday’s municipal elections represent the first under a new voting schedule approved by the City Council a few years ago. …
But apparently nobody noticed that the fall election cycle would mean the primaries would fall the day after Labor Day this year. Not a time when most people are paying attention to politics.
Wow, today’s the day! Let’s read on:
There are no run-offs, so the mayoral candidates who will face off in November will be chosen Tuesday.
Jeepers! This is important! We continue, as the paper gives their mayoral recommendation:
The World endorses longtime businessman and former city councilor Dewey Bartlett Jr. in the Republican mayoral primary. … He faces 10 others in the Republican primary.
They’re not for Anna? How shocking! What about those “10 others”? Here’s more:
Bartlett’s most serious challengers are thought to be former city councilors Chris Medlock and Anna Falling. Neither has much to offer to advance city goals and improve the local outlook.
Gasp! Well, what else would we expect from a pack of journalists? They’re probably all “Darwinists” and cannibals.
One final excerpt:
So remember to vote on Tuesday, and remember who to vote for on Tuesday.
Due to the urgency of the situation, your Curmudgeon shall take the extraordinary step of addressing the voters directly:
People of Tulsa, this may be your last chance to save yourselves from the Lake of Fire! A vote for Anna Falling is a vote for creationism! Any other choice is a vote for Darwin and the devil!
Besides, we need Anna in office to provide amusing material for this blog.
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