Skip to comments.That Old Horndog Is Still In the Hunt
Posted on 02/09/2016 6:41:28 AM PST by NOBO2012
Why is the lumberjack stumping for Hillary in the north woods of New Hampshire? I know that sounds like the lead-in to a joke, butt no, seriously: why?
Can I get me a hunting license here?
Is this another Clinton quid pro quo? âIâll stump for you in New Hampshire,
and then youâll stump for me, Brawny Lad. Got it?
Butt this goes beyond even the normal Clinton pandering. And it doesnât work well for several reasons:
1. The Lumberjackâs association with Babe, the Blue Ox
2. The lumberjack plaid: itâs already been appropriated by another minority group.
3. As well as slutsâ¦
4. And itâs clearly a micro-aggression:
Which brings me to the biggest fail of this pandering effort of all: when youâve earned, and I do mean earned, the title âSlick Willyâ
You old horndog you
â¦you do not want to be associated with anything that might bring the phrase âthe slicker picker upperâ to mind.
Thatâs just my take on it, you of course are free to love whoever you want in todayâs New Hampshire primary.
SPECIAL PROGRAMMING NOTE: donât forget: today is Fat Tuesday, aka Paczki Day (improbably pronounced âpoonch-keyâ)!
So savor your custard and jelly filled paczkis as Lent begins tomorrow - which is Godâs way of giving you a second chance for your New Yearâs resolutions.
Posted from: Michelle Obamaâs Mirror
Hillary looks almost human in that picture.
Yea,one picture out of thousands.It’s a fluke,she’s still hideous.
I love MO’s Mirror. All I can stand to do anymore, is laugh.
I thought red plaid shirts had been appropriated by bull dyke lesbians, not pajama boy
I think you misspelled C....oh, nevermind.
“I thought red plaid shirts had been appropriated by bull dyke lesbians, not pajama boy”
A bull dyke made him put it on. Let the games begin.
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