I like senate candidate Sue Lowden's solution to the health insurance crisis. Bartering chickens for health care may seem a bit old fashioned, but, by gawd, we could use a little more "old fashioned" these days. Modern concepts like currency, equality, and science have brought us nothing but trouble.
Of course, the liberal satanocommunists at the DSCC are mocking her proposal with a "Chickens for Checkups" website. She's weathered their taunts quite well so far, but if she doesn't receive public support for her idea soon, I suspect she'll back away from it.
That's why I'm asking you to show your support by donating to her campaign. Now, I'm not asking you to send her money. That'd violate the spirit of her health care bartering concept. If chickens can be traded for a checkup, eggs should be welcome as campaign donations.
Please mail your egg donation here:
Sue Lowden for US Senate
6655 S. Tenaya Way, Suite 170
Las Vegas, NV 89113
If you'd rather have someone else do it for you, Whitmore Farm will ship a dozen fertilized eggs or a day-old chick to her office for as little as $5. If you're a family values voter, Cackle Hatchery can mail five non-sexed cornish-cross chicks for $11.35 And if are fish more your style? Allfreshseafood.com can send her two pounds of sardines for a mere $16.
More campaign donation ideas:
Cockroaches, 10ct, $22.95
Steer manure, 1Cu.Ft., $1.38
Fly Larvae, Pkg. of 100, $15.95
Earthworms, 250ct, $19.95