>Sunday Funnies


David Letterman: “John McCain at one point had to have a crazy woman removed by security at one of these town hall meetings. And I’m thinking, jeez, he should have done that a year ago.”

Conan O’Brien: “Fox News host Glenn Beck has lost over 30 sponsors since he called President Obama a racist. And the latest sponsor that he just lost is Clorox bleach. That’s amazing. Even a company whose sole purpose is to make things whiter thinks Glenn Beck has gone too far.”
David Letterman: “The entire island of Martha’s Vineyard has gone Obama crazy. There’s even a cocktail that they’ve named after Barack Obama. It’s called the Obamarita. Not to be confused with a cocktail inspired by John McCain, the Cosmopoligrip. And then there was one a couple of years ago inspired by George W. Bush, the Mojidiot. Of course, there was the Bill Clinton Screwdriver.”

Bill Maher: “Then there’s the people who come to the town hall meetings about health care and think that Obama is going to do the same thing that Hitler did. I mean, what can’t you tell these people that they won’t believe? I could start a rumor right now. I could say, you know what? Under Obama’s health care plan, when you bring your child to a pediatrician, from now on, when he’s done, instead of giving him a balloon, he’s going to give the kid a condom. Stupid is a preexisting condition, yes.”


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2 responses to “>Sunday Funnies

  1. >Great quotes on the unhinged members of our society. I know one, he's my father. He parrots the Fox News talking points on health insurance reform, you know, we'll cover illegal immigrants etc. I had to dispel that notion. You see, I'm 3rd generation Italian-American. My great grandparents, they came over from Italy. I asked my father if he knew the origin of the word Wop. That's right, my great grandparents were illegal immigrants. I then addressed the cost issue. Told him if we had a universal or public system you could eliminate medicare and the VA system. But alas, logic and actual data do nothing to dispel Fox News.

  2. Joy

    >As House, MD, said, "Rational arguments usually don't work on religious people; otherwise, there wouldn't be any religious people." I've been trying to figure out what would work with these nutcases but believe they are too brainwashed.

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