25 April 2008

TalkRadio Humor

Tonight on the Dennis Miller show a guy called in and said:

"Some choice we have in November!
On the Democrat side we have-
... A witch, who is a Lawyer, who is married to a Lawyer.
... A Lawyer, who is married to a witch, who is also a Lawyer.

On the Republican side we have-
A bona fide war hero, who is married to a classy, attractive, soft spoken lady,
WHO OWNS A BEER DISTRIBUTORSHIP!
Tell me again... why are we having this election?"

4 comments:

Rodolfo said...

The other day while rummaging through an old timer's tools (retiring mech with over 30 years experience with LOTS OF GREAT TOOLS!) I asked him what he thought about the election. He said:

"I DON'T LIKE ANY OF THEM!"

I laughed. I wasn't surprised but at the same time I asked myself maybe I've overlooked something. I don't know. Watching the coverage over the last two weeks just turned me off. Especially the debate. I can't imagine Douglas and Lincoln having to answer questions about lapel pins when the issue of slavery was still unresolved.
I respect you and others who feel these are real issues but why can't these questions be asked by reporters in regular interviews? Did we really have to use up the first hour of the debate for those questions?

What I'd like to see is the two candidates sit down without a moderator and just debate. Raw uncensored and commercial free.

Greybeard said...

Again, my opinion R... so with it and $6.00 or so you can get a cup of Joe at Starbucks-
It all boils down to like-ability.
Let me use a strange analogy...
If you have a toothache, you're gonna be distracted by it and may be dangerous at doing work which requires your full attention.
The flag lapel pin is a toothache.
It's an indicator of Obama's character that makes me VERY uncomfortable with him. He's not "one of us"...
I don't like him, and cannot vote for him.

That, for me, is IT in a nutshell.

Greybeard said...

Saw this and wanted to share.

Greybeard said...

What I said, only using more words and possibly more understandable.