Wasilla Gentleman Almost Definitely Wouldn’t Lock Disabled Children In The Attic
Wasilla, Alaska, city councilman and state House candidate Mark Ewing is sorry, but if nobody else is going to make the tough choices, he will be the one to stand up and say it: Stop wasting tax money sending disabled kids to school! "We are spending millions and millions of dollars educating children that have a hard time making their wheelchair move," he said in a candidates' debate, "and, I'm sorry, but you've got to say, 'no' somewhere. We need to educate our children, but there are certain individuals that are just not going to benefit from an education." Sorry, special needs children, it is time for you to go back to being chained in your parents' attic like God and horror novellas intended! So Ewing said that, and then the newspaper quoted him and was all "OMG WTF LOLZ" and then Ewing was all FUCK YEAH I said it, PC POLICE!, but then he said, no wait a minute they misquoted me, because "liar." But now Ewing is realizing (maybe?) that oh right, he did say that, he just misspoke.
That lie trajectory (lijectory?) sounds familiar, but we are having a tough time putting our finger on it ... where have we heard ... was it this? No, that is really more like one lie repeated a thousand times, not an ever-evolving lie. Oh, we know! It is this, which is a fun and totally believable follow-up to this.
But where does Blue-Eyed Girl Paul Ryan stand on locking disabled children in attics? Come on, LAMESTREAM MEDIA, let's ask the tough questions for once!
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