Political Anagrams by Roger Ingalls
Let’s put the serious blogging aside and make some smiles. Today I want to poke fun at conservative politicians by anagramming their names.
What is an anagram? It is a rearrangement of the letters of one word or phrase to form another word or phrase. A very simple example is rearranging the letters of “Evil” to get “Vile”.
Warning, these anagrams may not be politically correct and some may be a little crude!
Michele Bachmann (Rep. from Minnesota and Presidential Candidate)
Anagram: “Michele Bachmann” becomes “A Calm Bi-Henchmen”. Ironic since she and her husband believe a gay can be prayed straight.
Hench-men: n., a person who supports a political figure chiefly out of selfish interests.
Bi: slang n., a bisexual person.
George W. Bush (43rd President of the United States)
Anagram: “George W. Bush” becomes “Whose Bugger”. The story goes something like this; Little George got caught stealing funds from the church’s collection plate so the preacher held him up by the collar and asked the congregation, “whose bugger?” George’s mother, Barbara Bush, was too embarrassed to claim her own son.
Bug-ger: slang n., a contemptible or disreputable person.
Bug-ger: vulgar slang n., a sodomite.
Ronald Reagan (40th President of the United States)
Anagram 1: “Ronald Reagan” becomes “Adrenal Groan”. An adrenal groan is something Nancy Reagan never experienced while married to President Reagan.
Anagram 2: “Ronald Reagan” becomes “A Granola Nerd”. The President probably didn’t eat granola but his son, Ron Reagan, may have while practicing ballet.
Anagram 3: “Ronald Reagan” becomes “Anal Anger Rod”. An anal anger rod is something President Reagan gave to Mikhail Gorbachev during the USA-USSR Cold War summit meetings. I can see Ronny saying, “take this you communist bastard”.
James “Rick” Perry (Texas Governor and Presidential Candidate)
Anagram: “James Rick Perry” becomes “Scary Prime Jerk”. Rick Perry ignores the separation of church and state, and brings religious prejudice to politics. It is a scary thought that this prime jerk could become president.
Prime: adj., first in degree or rank; chief.
John Boehner (Rep. from Ohio)
Anagram 1: “Rep. John Boehner” becomes “John Horn Beeper”.
Anagram 2: “Rep. John Boehner” becomes “Be Her Prone John”. What a pimp says to his hooker’s client, “lie down and be her prone john”.
Prone: adj., lying downward.
John: n., a prostitute’s client.
Scott Walker (Wisconsin Governor)
Anagram: “Scott Walker” becomes “We Lost Track”. Before flushing him to Hell, Saint Peter asked Gov Walker, “why did you suck up to Big Biz instead of protecting the people of Wisconsin?” A slobbering Walker cried, “we lost track of our constitutional duty.”
Willard “Mitt” Romney (Former Governor and Presidential Candidate)
Anagram: “Willard Romney” becomes “Really Din Worm”. Mitt is a loud mouth squirmy worm.
Din: a jumble of loud, usually discordant sounds.
Eric Cantor (Rep. from Virginia)
Anagram 1: “Eric Cantor” becomes “Erratic Con”. Needs no explanation.
Anagram 2: “Eric Cantor” becomes “Cancer Trio”. Michele Bachmann, John Boehner and Eric Cantor are the Cancer Trio of American Politics.
Sarah Palin (Former Governor and Former Vice Presidential Candidate)
Anagram 1: “Sarah Palin” becomes “Las Piranha”. An Alaskan fish taco.
Anagram 2: “Sarah Palin” becomes “A Plain Rash”. A plain rash is what many Americans get when Sarah speaks.
Anagram 3: “Sarah Palin” becomes “Ah Anal Rips”. What Todd Palin says after passing gas from Sarah’s moose and bean stew, “ah….anal rips.”
Tea Party Nation
Anagram: “Tea Party Nation” becomes “A Potty Inane Rat”.
Potty: adj., having a muddled confused mind, silly, foolish, illogical, crazy or addlebrained.
Inane: adj., lacks sense or substance.
The “Tea Party Nation” anagram is descriptively on target and a perfect closing to this post. They truly are a senseless addlebrained movement.
Roger Ingalls is well travelled and has seen the good and bad of many foreign governments. He hopes his blogging will encourage readers to think more deeply about the American political system and its impact on US citizens and the international community.
I LOVE it Roger!! You are a fever clucker!
Thanks Tom! Thought I’d have a little fun.
PS What’s a fever clucker?
Ya, it’s about perception.