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One of the most tired lines in politics goes like this: “I’m not a member of an organized political party. I’m a Democrat.” Given the disastrous couple of weeks for the presumptive GOP frontrunner, as well as the over-stuffed clown car, the punchline for Will Rogers’ zinger could easily be changed to “I’m a Republican.”
The GOP is Outraged By Hillary’s Speaking Fees, So Maybe They’ll Agree to Help Get Money Out of Politics
With Hillary Clinton’s financial disclosures in the news, it appears as if the Republicans might actually be outraged by the corrupting influence of money in politics — maybe they’ll help the rest of us get the money out of politics.
As you can imagine, the talking monkeys on Fox News Channel have been rending garments while suffering from terminal butthurt over Obama’s remarks.
It’s because the engineer is reportedly gay. And because he’s gay, he was probably doing all kinds of bad things that gay people do.
While Bush hasn’t declared yet, he’s bungled his way into several unforced errors in the last week alone, clearly indicating he’s really just another clown car occupant.
His audience believes the government is intentionally creating more gay people by poisoning juice boxes, and they’ll absolutely believe that news media and the U.S. government are working together to discredit Alex Jones.
MEMBERS ONLY: The After Party Podcast: Bob and Chez Discuss The Avengers, Joss Whedon, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon
We recap our latest Dan Bidondi clip and Twitter reactions; Bob reviews The Avengers: Age of Ultron; Twitter Jihad Against Joss Whedon; Unfair Criticisms; City Destruction in Man of Steel versus The Avengers; The Captain America Lineup; Stephen Colbert Helps Teachers in South Carolina; Huckabee preached against Monty Python; The new episode of Louie was genius; Weird Dreams; Jimmy Fallon’s Extreme bit was horrible; and more.
Conspiracy theory swindler Alex Jones is playing ABC News like a violin — a violin wrapped in tin-foil.
There’s a definite nobility in voting for candidates who best align with our personal values, even if they have no chance of winning. But our convictions in the voting booth are equally if not less important as having a realistic outlook on the bigger picture, and voters of both parties would do well to seriously consider these factors.
MEMBERS ONLY: The After Party Podcast: Chez’s New Music Countdown, Plus Bob’s Embarrassing Old Radio Tapes and More
The Deejay Show: Chez’s New Music Countdown; Bob’s Old Radio Clips from 1996; Old Radio Stories; Bob and the Canned Ham Incident; Bob and Chez Piss Off Their Sponsors; Racism Isn’t Just in the South; We Play the Bit We Had to Kill for the Free Show; Family Guy vs The Simpsons; and more.
Until we’ve walked a mile in Ms. Graham’s shoes, and until we’ve faced down the same crisis, it’s unfair to condemn her for what she did. Today, her son is alive and free, and some day, perhaps he’ll be wise enough to thank her for it.
I seriously doubt he personally expects to win the nomination. And at the end of the day, what Sanders will want more than anything else is to convince the eventual nominee, and especially the eventual nominee’s voters, to adopt some of Sanders’s positions.
Remember, this is the same crowd that’s quick to remind us how Obama has nothing to do with job creation whenever a new jobs report drops. They also insist that Obama has nothing to do with the economic recovery, the record-high stock market, precipitous unemployment numbers or the hunting and capturing of Bin Laden.