Monday, January 3, 2011

LePage hates (i.e. is too stupid for?) poetry and classical music.

Our barely literate, booksmarts hating Governor elect has set his sights set on bringing down classical music and poetry...two guaranteed ways to really STICK IT to elites and their high falutin arty farty bullcrap.
Mr. Too Dumb For Husson apparently thinks such things are "dry" and "boring."

"We're trying to make it a little more interesting to the Maine people who are attending, especially the people who are going to view it on television, so that it's not completely dry," said Brent Littlefield, LePage's senior political adviser and inaugural director, during a briefing with reporters on Thursday.

"You'll see a slight variation from what you've seen in the past. For instance, we're not going to have poems being read; and when you see singing, it's not going to be chorale-style, dry singing," he said.

Sweet! What kind of humorless boob likes poetry or classical music, anyway? I think the inauguration should be held in the stockroom of Mardens and feature ghost stories and a real down-home Maine bean supper and hootenany.

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