The Proper Care and Feeding of Conservative Wives

Nathan Tabor writes:

Then, my wife drove the truck to see her parents an hour away. She called me and said the truck was vibrating so much that it was giving her a headache. When she took it by the dealership they told her it was normal and couldn’t be fixed. At the time I didn’t have a chance to deal with the situation because of a race for Congress. I figured it wouldn’t hurt to wait a few more months.

Nathan Tabor came in fourth in the Republican primary last year. Couldn’t hurt, but obviously didn’t help.


Comments: 5


From Kaye’s latest column:

“Hopefully, if Senator Hillary Clinton eventually decides to run for president, this will be the elusive dream that will elude her.”

I think I’m in love…


Well, in the spirit of bipartisanship and bigenderpersonship, I must point out that the spouses and families of politicians are usually the most neglected constituents. (I speak from personal experience.)


I certainly hope the car wasn’t vibrating in Alabama or Texas. That could get her arrested.

Mrs. Tarquin Biscuitbarrel

But only if she owned five or more. Up to four, you’re a hobbyist. More than four, you’re a pervert.


welll, dang! He shouldn’t have waited. Since he waited, she needed all that vibration to keep her going (you will note the dealership said it was normal). She vibrated herself into headaches. How sad is that? She should have called upon FOX’s Willy O’Reilly for help.


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