Monday, June 12, 2006

And he's the smart one?

Residents took the usual precautions this afternoon as Tropical Storm Alberto abruptly shifted closer to Florida's northern Gulf Coast, unexpectedly intensified to near-hurricane strength and took dead aim at the state.

The 2006 hurricane season is 12 days old.

''Good God, who would have thunk it,'' Gov. Jeb Bush said just before he declared a state of emergency.


Oh, gee, I don't know. Who would've thought that Florida, the flaccid penis of the continental U.S. that dangles in the path of every major hurricane and storm system, would get hit by the first hurricane of the 2006 season? Good thing there's no such thing as global warming, eh, Jeb?

full story here.