|The Woodshed is big enough for Congress|
God love them; some of them, they just don't know. But I remember when old people went to the poor house if their folks couldn't take them in. I remember some people who moved away from Cloutierville when times were hard in the Depression and Franklin Roosevelt was President, lookin' for jobs when there weren't none. Old people stayed behind, like they always do; and we fed each other from the gardens. Other towns didn't have those things, where the weather was bad, and the cold set in. Then them old people they done suffered. If that's the way they is goin', they goin' to the woodshed, those varmits for sure.
Then those babies and their schoolin'. That readin' and writin' business is for everybody, and folks need even more, so I'm gonna make sure that nothin' happens to my grandbabies down the way.
Now any of you who want to get goin' and help get those folks to pass the budget, pack your bags and start movin' cause if those folks in Washington ain't listenin', we're takin' some paddles to some behinds. Elmer said he's takin' enough for some of you who are comin' cause there are enough behinds in Congress, we're gonna need the rest of you to help. We got a world of trouble right now, and we don't need them addin' to it anymore.