Dateline: December 15, 2015
Coming off of last night’s Republican Debate on CNN, I have a few questions…
Why was John Kasich playing Fruit Ninja the entire debate?
Was it pre-planned by CNN to insert the Kasich Karate Chop for comedic value?
For that matter, Why was John Kasich there… and was that alone for comedic value?
Speaking of Fruit Ninja’s, Did Lindsey Graham actually pee himself when lamenting the absence of George W. Bush?
If it was indeed important to make things ‘foolish’, isn’t ‘jeh…’ being on stage, and Trumps hair on anyone’s head, enough?
In terms of ridiculous, Do ‘jeh…’ and his brother George spend their off hours working on that stupid, shoulder shrugging, laugh?
At what point does Rand Paul just give up trying to explain to the other candidates what privacy means?
Is Marco Rubio really angry about the NSA not legally being able to Spy on American Citizens for over a whole week now? Really?
Hearing myself type that out loud, now that the NSA has a ton of down time should we send them over to share their expertise with the Immigration and Naturalization Service to help teach those ‘rigorous’ folks about The Facebook?
Did Dr. Ben forget there was a debate coming up?
Did Trump utter something of substance?
Does Fiorina realize interrupting all the time makes one look like Karate Chop Kasich? And, that’s not good…
Is Chris Christie doing his debate prep with the Bananno, Massino, Taddeo and Gotti families?
Is Ted Cruz the illegitimate son of Lyndon Baines Johnson… or not?
How did Barrett Baber make the Main Stage?
Inquiring minds want to know.
December 16th, 2015 at 9:42 am
Brilliant questions, Mike. Also, they help to distract me from the ones that keep plaguing me like, we’re all going to die, aren’t we?? Is this satire or real life? C’mon y’all, the gig is up. When do we bring out the real candidates?
December 16th, 2015 at 9:46 am
Yesterday I read that DiCaprio found Bernie! to be “inspiring”. I wondered how he would know… If there is a lesson somewhere in here it’s that it’s all rigged. So maybe this is an exercise in illustrating absurdity. One can only hope.
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