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AUGUST 26- SEP 03, 2014

62nd Senate District Jokes...

August 26, 2014

Gia Arnold is back!

Gia Arnold, the 24-year-old Republican candidate for the 62 Senate District, announced two weeks ago that she was dropping out of the race because she had an extra-marital affair.

A week later she announced she was getting back in the races.

So Gia Arnold is back in the race? Typical woman, she can't make up her mind.

We haven't seen this much coming and going since Mayor Paul Dyster tried to fill the city engineer position.

Gia is on record as being against the SAFE Act. She hasn't said where she stands on safe sex acts.

Arnold, Ortt and Destino…sounds like a law firm from a Marx Brothers comedy.

In light of the scandal Gia's advisors told her to use the campaign slogan "I'm too sexy for my shirt" but Rob Ortt grabbed it first.

Arnold, Ortt, Destino…proof that threesomes are way overrated.

or Arnold, Ortt, Destino…you could find a better threesome on a public golf course.

Gia's got it all backwards…FIRST you get elected THEN you have the sex scandal.

The race for the 62nd senate district has sex, rumors of political corruption and abject phoniness…all the things that make American politics great.

The Arnold camp revealed their new theme song: "Gina's back and there's gonna be trouble."





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