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1.21.2008

Kind Of Funny

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

I saw an even better one, "I want my nanny, Hillary 2008"

Anonymous said...

If a baptist preacher from Arkansas can't get h*ad in the oval office, then who? We all know black chicks don't go down.

Anonymous said...

Vote Republican

Gorilla said...

The kind of mindset we should all expect from someone from Kentucky.

Anonymous said...

Free cigar everytime you vote.

rpm said...

They were so happy with themselves they forgot to use spellcheck.

Anonymous said...

Hillary represents "change"... a change back to a third term for Bill. We do not need another Clinton presedency.

Merriam Webster said...

rpm,
You are probably correct that they didn't use spellcheck, but, other than the abbreviation "X", where would spellcheck have made a change?

Red State Rhino said...

I find it interesting that two folks respond with demeaning stereotypes (uneducated responder can't spell and that somehow folks from Kentucky are somehow less qualified). On the other hand, such a pithy bumper sticker reminds all of us just what kind of people the Clintons are...sad, pathetic, spinning, prevaricating and brutal to those that oppose them.

Anonymous said...

Here's something else you'll find intersting...Banjo's don't sound good under water.

There...no one was demeaned...feel better?

Anonymous said...

ok color me stupid but i don't get the bumper sticker, "i want my nanny, hillary 2008"

Anonymous said...

12:28, Please tear up your voter registration card.

Anonymous said...

1:37 so just because you know what that means, everyone should know? well excuuuuuuuuse me...i don't like the clintons and don't pay them much mind so why should i know what that means? sheesh!

Anonymous said...

4:02, you make my point for me. Stupid people should not vote.

wordkyle said...

Chris Matthews said it best: "the reason she's a U.S. senator, the reason she's a candidate for president, the reason she may be a front-runner is her husband messed around."

Of course, the political correctness police blasted him and he had to apologize for telling the truth.

{Paraphrasing Krauthammer}: Bill helping her run for President is his alimony payment.

Jerry Seinfeld said...

OK, for you that have asked, and received no answer, here's one interpretation of the "nanny" joke: it's a nock against Clinton and those that support her because what she is running on is promising to have the govt. provide for your needs from the cradle to your grave, with the "rich people's" money. You know, like "I'm from the govt., and I'm here to help".

Anonymous said...

thank you so kindly jerry for explaining that for me. now 4:28 would that have been hard for you to do? jackass!

Anonymous said...

2;25, I'm glad you found a friend that can spell out the obvious for you.

Anonymous said...

2:51, easy there tiger! I'm definitely one of the smartest people on this page and I didn't get it so lighten up, or is it so rare you know something others don't you have to gloat and savor the moment?