Politically Incorrect Humor: Texas Sheriff’s Exam

A friend send me the following, which is circulating as an email joke. Do not read if you are easily offended by what you deem “politically incorrect” humor. Anyway, it seems most words are becoming politically incorrect these days. This “double-talk” agenda is so pervasive and insidious that I actually had to refrain myself from censoring this joke and change some of the terms… If you are a brave soul and not easily offended, read on and have a good laugh!

HT RiderInBlack


Texas Sheriff’s Exam

Rick Perry CartoonA young Texan grew up wanting to be a lawman. He grew up big, 6′ 2″, strong as a longhorn, and fast as a mustang. He could shoot a bottle cap tossed in the air at 40 paces.

When he finally came of age, he applied to where he had only dreamed of working: the West Texas Sheriff’s Department.

After a series of tests and interviews, the Chief Deputy finally called him into his office for the young man’s last interview. The Chief Deputy said, “You’re a big strong kid and you can really shoot. So far your qualifications all look good, but we have, what you might call, an “Attitude Suitability Test”, that you must take before you can be accepted. We just don’t let anyone carry our badge, son.”

Then, sliding a service pistol and a box of ammo across the desk, the Chief said, “Take this pistol and go out and shoot:
laughter is lawful
six illegal aliens,
six lawyers,
six meth dealers,
six Muslim extremists,
six Democrats,
and a rabbit.”

“Why the rabbit?” queried the applicant.

“You pass,” said the Chief Deputy. “When can you start?”

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