Skip to comments.Making America Great Again: One Bucket of Popcorn At A Time
Posted on 01/15/2016 6:14:39 AM PST by NOBO2012
Welll that was worth the carb overload. Far more entertaining than any of the Saturday night re-runs of the Bernie-Hill show. It does seem like the Râs could use a few less candidates while the Dâs could use a few more. Maybe the Dems should draft Kasich and Bush, who might be more comfortable on their stage anyway.
As last nightâs GOP debate wrapped up there were still technically 12 candidates in the running. It should be noted that none of the dozen are subjects of an FBI investigation while a full 50% of the Democratic roster bears that distinction.
The Bernie-Hill Show: Guaranteed 50% felon-free
Youâve all seen or read the highlights from last nightâs debate, and Iâm pretty sure youâve heard all of the candidates various talking points by now, so Iâll just share a few random thoughts that drifted through my carb-fogged brain:
When John Kasich finally calls it quits he can probably get a gig demonstrating the Vitamix 5200 at his local Costco:
Jeb Bush looked a bit tighter than usual, perhaps heâd had a few shots beforehand: Botox, Juvederm, or Jack.
Christieâs hair looked sort of weird, with an odd lump that kept popping up on the left side.
Seriously, donât ever go for the dubious distinction of âfunkiest hair in the roomâ when The Donald is present. Or Lady M for that matter.
Aside from that, I understand that the two leaders going into the debate were the two leaders coming out: Trump and Cruz. So I leave you with a pull quote from each of them.
From Trump: âWe can't be the Stupid Country anymore.â
From Cruz: ââ¦the Constitution hasn't changed.â
If we keep these two things in mind we just might be able to Make America Great Again.
This message brought to you by the Party that thinks America was a great idea, not a blight on the world.
Posted from: Michelle Obamaâs Mirror
LOL Not our waistlines if we do the drinking game AND eat popcorn!
From Trump: “We can’t be the Stupid Country anymore.”
From Cruz: “The Constitution hasn’t changed.”
Trump’s comment identifies the root cause problem better than Ted’s.
If you want to really fix something you need to identify and attack the true root cause. If you stop and try to fix at any other level than bottom line true root cause, the fix will fail.
could use fewer candidates
Journalists should learn how to use the English language when writing in an English speaking country.
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