They say “keep your enemies close, and your friends closer”.
“They” are right.
King Banaian has gone too far, proving that power, indeed, corrupts:
In the words of the great Parcells, if I am making the dinner, I get to buy the groceries.
Make no mistake about it:
- King is not “Making dinner”; the mayor is chosen to serve as the bus boy, or maybe the kitchen’s saucier. The NARN are the chefs; the MOB are the clientele. The Groceries are bought by consent of the fed.
- Parcells was a punk.
In a moment of crisis, someone had to step up and make a decision. Since NARNians were already in turmoil over this, decisive action was needed.
Wasn’t that Hitler’s justification for dissolving the Reichstag?
So the ingratitude of this remark from Mitch will not go unnoticed:
I call upon King Banaian to relinquish control over the MOB’s policy-setting apparatus and, above all, the “Blue” and “Red” lists of blogs’ standings in the MOB.
King “King” Banaian fancies himself a judge:
The Mayor’s office rules that Shot in the Dark must bear this logo in order to fly the MOBroll. There will be a meeting at the Patriot studios about this shortly.
I gotcher logo right here:
This one here is much more appropriate
You can take my MOB, but you can’t take my freedom.
Let the war begin.