Sgt. Pain exercises his right to petition the government to keep strip clubs open
Pain thought the economy was being
Shut down for no good reason: a disease.
Logic was unaffected by dying
Americans: “There’s no reason to cease
Doing business at restaurants, and
Doing business at barber shops, and
Doing business at theaters, and
Doing business at tattoo parlors.”
“Why should bankers, lawyers, and realtors
Be the only ones to survive the ban?”
He wrote, to his Mayor, Governor, and
His statehouse, Senator, and Congressman.
In his call for well-being, he mentioned
The strippers, adding that “they also spend.”
He and the President shared this same thirst:
Thinking the economy should cum first.