It’s true. Some things are too egregious for the citizens to bear. Cheating on the First Lady? Why, that is as American and ubiquitous as apple pie. Lying to Congress? Been there, done that. Lying to the American people? Ha! It’s a tradition! Not being able to pronounce words? Heck, I can’t remember the last President to do it right. But DRINKING A SIP OF WATER during a speech is boorish, crude, and above all JUST ISN’T DONE.
If only Rubio had found a head of state to lean over and puke on. At least for that, there is Presidential Precedent.
(Good one, John. We know Wolfie is better qualified that we to choose our next POTUS.)
I’m laughing so hard I really can’t post. :)
Perfectly expressed satire of “WaterBottle-Gate”.
How do we know it was really water? I think we need an investigation.
Whoof Blather is a blithering idiot totally lacking in credibility or "face".
These blowhards have nothing to attack in the message. So they’ll just attack the messenger.
Perfect again, John. Thanks for the ping.
Freeper entropy12 located some photos...of Hillary and Obama....wait for it....drinking water during a speech!! OH MY!
You can watch hundreds of news reports about Rubio's speech and have no idea what he actually said.
The "information media" specializes in broadcasting a round-the-clock jamming signal that prevents any real information from being sent or received.
This is something I picked up on years ago. A Republican president especially, trying to promote some policy, will spend dozens of millions of dollars on some big multi-city speaking tour. The public gets a 30 second film clip with a voice-over telling us "the president was in Cincinatti today to talk about x" and thats it. Millions spent to get a message out and the message is completely squelched. No one who wasn't in the hall will ever know what was said.
Why would any fool think they will ever usurp the Emperor??
It was ended the day he was born. He is not a natural born citizen of the United States. He is my Senator, and I greatly respect and like him, but again he is not eligible to be POTUS.
Well done John. As always, enjoy your words.
What do you call satire that can make you cry it’s so close to the absolute truth?
I’m not a Rubio for president guy (maybe in 20 years), but this is the stupidest thing I’ve ever heard.
At least he didn’t extend his hand and say, “Pull my finger”.