Santorum Sweeps the Dirty South!

 

 

GayCo’s 2012 Election Coverage                                                                  

Birmingham, AL – In last night’s primaries, Santorum swept both the states of Alabama and Mississippi.   Right after last week’s  ‘Super Tuesday,’ a large brown haze settled across the deep southern states of Alabama and Mississippi.  Many residents welcomed the new fog but after it blanketed their state for the entire week, Jackson, MS resident, Ida Pearlson, asked reporters, “Who’s gonna clean up this $&!#?!?”  It was an overwhelming victory for Santorum when he picked up a broom and declared that he would sweep both states in one day.  Once he was in the throes of the cleanup up effort, the other two republican candidates decided to pitch in on what  Newt Gingrich described as a “…really dirty job.”  By the end of Tuesday night, Santorum had swept 35% of Alabama and 33% of Mississippi, but right behind him were the other two candidates sweeping only 29-30% of the states.  Ron Paul seemed to be supervising in the corner.  With these two Southern States being the cleanest they have ever been, Mississippi Governor , Haley Barbour declared it a state holiday and is spending the day at the Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum in Branson, MO.


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