Saturday, February 25, 2012

David Williams' devious strategy to defeat the gambling bill

Many people are saying that David Williams sabotaged the casino gambling bill, which went down to defeat on the State Senate floor last Thursday. But that's not the half of it.

In a devious strategy to defeat the constitutional amendment to expand gambling in Kentucky that has gone entirely undetected by the media, Senate President David Williams secretly took over Gov. Steve Beshear's body and made him completely mishandle his whole legislative strategy to pass the bill, making the governor look like a blithering idiot.

Cleverly manipulating the governor's words and actions, he made him come up with a bill so bad that it even turned off expanded gambling supporters like Brereton Jones, and eventually resulted in alienating four unsuspecting  senators from Beshear's own party, who voted against the bill.

He even had the governor hold off on his media campaign until just days before the vote, making it completely ineffective.

Using advanced ventriloquistic techniques, Williams also made Beshear announce that he had the votes he needed to pass the bill, making it look like the governor was so incompetent that didn't know how to count votes.

And then, to make it look like he had nothing to do with, Williams had Beshear blame Williams for the defeat.

Beshear is apparently still unaware of what happened, although he has questioned his aides regarding soreness in a part of his anatomy with which many ventriloquist's dummies often have trouble.

His physicians, however, unaware of William's involvement, concluded that he just got is butt kicked.

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