|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I believe her!
Just like pickles are made from cucumbers, I'm just like John Wayne.
Just like someone was from a place, that's the spirit I have.
...wait, the spirit of being from a place?
Just in case you think the description and the tags are a joke, they aren't. John Wayne Gacy is from Waterloo, not the actor.
You know who else was from Waterloo? Hitler.
The thing that makes it particularly funny is that Michele Bachmann is also from Waterloo. how she grew up there ignorant of John Wayne Gacy's past there (including 18 months in prison for attempted homosexual assault, prior to leaving town and entering his Productive Years) truly boggles the mind.
The thought that the actual GOP has placed people in Bachmann's campaign apparatus in order to sabotage it is just too funny and too plausible to ignore.
Some people seem to think she's actually a serious contender.
I think this man is a moron of cenamarkian moronry, for the record, but no doubt this is real:
Why is it real? Because Republicans believe Obama is a Jimmy Carter, and what better person to lead the way against Obama then a former Carter supporter who has embraced the Tea Party and hates fugging gross faggoty gays. Oh those nasty gays. As her campaign manager says, "Michelle says everything that most Republicans wish they could say, but don't because they're scared."
Oh, the gift that keeps on giving.
|Oscar Wildcat |
No mere slip, that was a full on Freudian faceplant.
It sure was some brilliant symbolism on her part to start her campaign in a place called Waterloo. Asked about this, Bachmann replied "Oh yes, it's a name of great historical significance. This is where beef wellington was invented."
She's got my vote (no).
Goodbye, Sarah Palin.
Michele is our new punching bag.
|Operation Cornflakes |
Very appropriate that she kicks off her campaign in a place called Waterloo
Embrace the apocalypse.
|Jet Bin Fever |
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