Corrupt dancing politician Tom DeLay, cartoon


Tom DeLay dancing in movie, cartoonAfter dancing (see also here), corrupt United States Republican politician Tom DeLay will become a movie actor … At least, according to Internet Weekly in the USA:

Tom DeLay To Star In Jailhouse Rock Remake

SUGARLAND, TX (IWR News Satire) – Tom DeLay announced today that he will be starring in a remake of the Elvis Presley movie Jailhouse Rock to help pay his mounting legal fees for the recent string of criminal charges brought against him in his home state of Texas.

Mr. DeLay will play Vince Everett, who is serving a twenty-year to life jail sentence for felonious obnoxiousness and money laundering.

While in the big house, his cellmate, a former country singer, played by Orrin Hatch, introduces Vince to the record business.

Everett then becomes an overnight sensation as a rockabilly gospel singer and is eventually paroled by President Bush.

Unfortunately, Vince ends up back in the state pen after he is arrested for extorting lunch money from school children.

Tom DeLay drops out of dancing show: here.

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    http://www.morningstaronline.co.uk/index.php/news/world/World-in-brief107

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