Chair. National Republican Sentatorial Committee
Dear Sen. Cornyn,
By now, I'm sure you've heard about this story:
The strangest episode of Paul's time at Baylor occurred one afternoon in 1983 ... According to this woman... "He and [Rand Paul] came to my house, they knocked on my door, and then they blindfolded me, tied me up, and put me in their car. They took me to their apartment and tried to force me to take bong hits. They'd been smoking pot." After the woman refused to smoke with them, Paul and his friend put her back in their car and drove to the countryside outside of Waco, where they stopped near a creek. "They told me their god was 'Aqua Buddha' and that I needed to bow down and worship him," the woman recalls. "They blindfolded me and made me bow down to 'Aqua Buddha' in the creek. I had to say, 'I worship you Aqua Buddha, I worship you.' At Baylor, there were people actively going around trying to save you and we had to go to chapel, so worshiping idols was a big no-no."Some might view such an abduction as anti-Christian and unconstitutional (as any Teabag-American scholar will tell you, the Constitution allows the use of force only when witnessing for Christ). I disagree. I think Paul was simply testing the young woman to see if she might secretly be an Aquatic Buddhist, like the blacks, like Obama. There's nothing anti-Christian or unconstitutional about that--it's performing God's work.
You should bring this technique to the Senate. I'm picturing a big Buddha shaped hookah centered in front of the Majority Leader's podium. One hundred smoking tubes would emanate from it, each ending at a Senator's desk. You'd use it to ensure each Senator's suitability before each vote by making them take a toke and then commanding them to bow before the Grand Aqua Buddha Bong of The Unites State Senate (GABBUSS). As long as no one rises to so, it's cool to go on with the vote, but if anyone bows, you'll need to send them to Gitmo.
You might also consider replacing the Senate cafeteria's bean soup with big bags of Cheetos.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot
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