|Sadly, Victoria Jackson will not become Williamson|
County, Tennessee Commissioner.
Instead, two definitely conservative, but rather sane incumbents won re-election. That's no fun!
Jackson, after a short, mystifying stint on Saturday Night Live several years back, has become an, um, colorful political activist.
And her sense of style! You can see it in the photo that accompanies this post.
I think where she got hung up is she was the nuts and bolts of the important job of Williamson County Commissioner. When she was asked how she would manage traffic congestion in the county, she said she opposed Common Core and Agenda 21, which are apparently socialist/communist assaults against the fine citizens of America.
Common Core is a controversial, but fairly dense federal education policy. Agenda 21 is a bland, voluntary United Nations policy on sustainable development.
But Jackson says they're plots to take away all of our freedoms, so what do I know?
Jackson warned the fine citizens of Williamson County that the evil Agenda 21 was on their doorstep. There are proposals to build a bike path or two in the county, which is Agenda 21's insidious first step to take away everybody's private property. Or something like that.
Jackson does have unique opinions. Here's a partial summary from the Oh No They Didn't blog:
"She has strummed a ukulele while harmonizing Muslims 'like beheadings and pedophile weddings.' Even Bill O'Reilly laughed at her when she compared Barack Obama to 'Castro in Cuba or the guy in China, or Saddam Hussein.' She has declared, in a protest of a gay kiss on Glee, that homosexual children need to "pray the gay away' amd that there's a spiritual war in America.'"
Well, then. I guess Jackson won't lead Williamson County in praying the gay away or protesting Muslim weddings with her ukulele.
That's a good thing, but still, the spectacle of Jackson being in public office would have been a lot funnier than anything Saturday Night Live ever produced. Wouldn't it be great if Jackson and Sarah Palin teamed up? I think Jackson should be a regular on Palin's TV network.
Jackson's political career is short circuited for now, but her classic campaign ads live on. They're such fine pieces of art.
You have to watch it over and over. The guy in the "Nashville Tea Party" t-shirt waving the American flag definitely adds to this film classic: