Monday, February 25, 2008

What Palatine Needs is a SCHWANTZ

Yes, you're reading that headline correctly. Former Bears/Cowboys/49'ers linebacker Jim Schwantz is taking on incumbent (combining Schwantz and incumbent = gold) Palatine mayor Rita Mullins for the upcoming elections.

"I'm a product of Palatine," Schwantz said. "For the better part of 30 years, I've taken advantage of everything Palatine offers. I felt at this point, it's time for me to start giving back."

That's right, it's payback time...Schwantz style. We here at Chicago Bull fully endorse the Schwantz, and we've even decided to give him a few suggestions for his campaign in no particular order:

"WE WANT SCHWANTZ!"

"PALATINE: A TOWN IN NEED OF SCHWANTZ!"

"GOT SCHWANTZ?"

"SALUTE YOUR SCHWANTZ!"

"THE MAYOR'S OFFICE RUNS THROUGH SCHWANTZ"

"SEND IN THE SCHWANTZ!"

"OUR SCHWANTZ IS BIGGER THEN YOURS!"

"HOLY SHIT MY SCHWANTZ IS ON FIRE" (Overheard at one of the rallies)

Feel free to add your campaign slogan in the comments section, and remember...
VOTE SCHWANTZ
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2 comments:

Mac G said...

Your link is broken but I would still vote for Schwantz

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