Thursday, August 02, 2007

A Weird Wally Pop Quiz: What famous television character from a popular eleven season television series best represents the values and moral makeup of your basic everyday neo-con (neocon)?

Hints: Played by Larry Linville, this army doctor looked down his nose because he felt morally superior to his fellow troops and cheated on his wife daily. He was into money and during the Korean war, thought that the poor should either get rich or stop taking up space on this planet.

Answer: Maj. Frank Burns, of MASH 4077. In a television series of the same name, the young army doctor stumbles and fumbles his way through the Korean War while assigned to an army field hospital. Since departing the MASH Unit, not much has been heard of Maj. Frank Burns. But recent rumours have surfaced that he singed onto the Bush Administration as a high ranking official in the Health and Human Services Administration, sometime around 2003.

Back in the 70s, Maj. Frank Burns was funny.

But thirty years later, Maj. Frank Burns, finally has his command and control.

How do you like it?

How did it happen?

Trust me,
Weird Wally

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