Random Thoughts: Racism, Waxman, and DREAM

Posted on January 31, 2014 9:00 am

If the left were honestly concerned about racism, they’d be too busy dealing with it on their own side to ever mention the right.

Weird all this talk of inequality from people who always seem so smug and superior.

An “Unnamed Republican” who wears a Mexican wrestling mask and never speaks would easily win in 2016.

“Women Studies” is an actual college major? I just thought that was a euphemism for lesbian porn.

It’s supposed to be two minutes of hate; hard to keep up a 24 hour news channel of hate.

If someone disagrees with me on tax policy, then he or she must be an evil racist.

So does anyone have an explanation why GOP is pushing for amnesty now? Just seems like a dog returns to its vomit sort of thing.

I don’t think I’ve ever once spelled “thorough” right the first try.

It would be interesting to see what kinds of games Nintendo could make if they weren’t constrained by their own hardware.

So why was Bill Clinton’s 2000 SOTU the least watched SOTU? I guess we forget how sick of that guy we were by the end.

Henry Waxman didn’t understand at all the end of the Twilight Zone episode “The Eye of the Beholder.”

Come on, Frank. We said we weren’t going to do jokes about Henry Waxman’s appearance. We’re better than that.

You can overturn an acquittal in Italy? That’s… interesting.

“What! An interracial couple! This flies in the face of my support for less taxes and smaller government!”

What I don’t get about the DREAM Act is how we act like someone is doing us a favor by getting a college degree.

Serve in the military – sure that’s worth citizenship. Getting a college degree is a privilege, though.

And if you get a useless degree and a ton of debt, all you’re doing is burdening us and you.

Actually, if you get a college degree without debt, that would show you’re a cut above everyone else and should be a citizen.

My solution to illegal immigration is to conquer the world so everyone is an American citizen and it’s a moot point.

Boom! You just got Franked! (I’m trying out a new catchphrase)

How about the DREAM Act, but we add a Hunger Games twist to it.

Accidentally turned the closed captions on for Pingu. Really enlightening.

Had to pause to recover after the Ewok bit in last night’s Community. Perhaps the funniest Community ever.

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8 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Racism, Waxman, and DREAM”

  1. La Longue Carabine says:

    Boom! You just got Franked! (I’m trying out a new catchphrase)

    “Owww! Why did you just put your signature on my forehead?! Hey, that’s not your signature, it’s a number!”

  2. CCO says:

    Frank, if you push through and write down thorough ten times, you can be a thoroughbred speller. (That’s one reason my handwriting is so bad, I had to recopy a lot of spelling words in fourth and fifth grade.)

  3. Jimmy says:

    @1: The trick is to keep your head OUT of the Franking machine so it doesn’t make that loud “Boom!”

  4. Bob B says:

    Not sure about the Franking thing – it brings to mind Barney, and Dan Rostenkowski

  5. Jimmy says:

    Frank, is getting “Franked” a lot like Dr. Sheldon Cooper ‘s “Bazinga?” Or is it more like Basil’s “Bizarro?”

    And I’ll take my answer on Twitter.

  6. Iowa Jim says:

    Actually, if you get a college degree without debt, that would show you’re a cut above everyone else and should be a citizen.

    I did that. I was already a citizen, so all that happened was that I showed that I was a cut above everyone else.

  7. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Not being able to read or write in your own 3rd world hellhole language, much less in English, makes the whole “college degree” thing a little unrealistic. How about they just grow all the beans in Mexico?

  8. Oppo says:

    “Boom! You’ve been franked!”
    – Congressional mailroom political-humor-nerd intern to a stack of outgoing mail.

    “And that’s why you got the mailroom.”
    - Monica Lewinsky

    And that’s why she became a verb, and Frank didn’t.

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