Should Mayor Littlefield ask the public for donations to help pay his legal fees?

12%

Say Yes.

(55 votes)

 

87%

Say No.

(375 votes)

 

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harrystatel said...

Littlefield is like an aging streetwalker whose looks have faded and no one's lining up to pay for the "favors."

No one wants a date, the open sores are publicly festering, and all the johns have left for new action.

Now the used-up and left-behind trollop is begging her former pimps and johns for a few pennies in hopes that a new dress and make-up will ease her back into her glory days, when the fresh meat was easy pickings for anyone waving a wad a of cash.

A few pimps and johns will help out, though not from any compassion. Rather they hope the old floozy will go off to die silently and not expose their trysts lest their spotless image be revealed to have "Monica" stains.

Watch the pimps and johns who pay tribute to the bimbo, pretending to praise the old girl for yesterday's assignation but hoping she'll choke tomorrow.

September 8, 2011 at 7:10 a.m.
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