Published: Tuesday, May 1 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT
Have you seen the leading and most respected news anchor, Brian Williams, slow
jam the news? Great stuff. Republicans need to realize that the future lies with
being human and personable. Sour grapes are not becoming of them. Their guy
Nixon was much more detrimental to the office, right? And you have to laugh when
Republicans turn to Jon Stewart for validation. Does that mean we can rely on
Stewart's commentary on other issues, too? If so, the GOP and its new
leader won't look too good.
Yep, he's toooooo cool. Definetly too cool to ever be a republican.
I'm pretty sure he knows you're not going to vote for him amyway PC.
#1 problem w/the GOP? Cannot connect with the average person. Obama
was just being a regular guy, funny, clever, and showing off some personality.
There's nothing wrong with that. Of course, I found
the whole 8 year reign of Bush one hilarious comedy routine! His speeches were
like watching Michael Scott trying to motivate or instruct Dunder Mifflin!
I thought it was great. It was funny, it was cool, and it connected the policy
to the people most affected by it. This is typical old people grumpiness
expanded into a column. And I can say that, because I'm old!
Go ahead, slam him for doing some comedy.I can't wait for Mitt
Romney's rumored appearnce on SNL so we can rub your nose in it [FYI
- that's Saturday Night Live - for the old timer writing this rag].
how cool is 8.5% unemployment? how cool is 16 trillion in debt? how cool is 4
more years of the same garbage? Joe Cool Obama isn't so cool anymore.
It was funny, get over it.BTW - I wonder how un-funny Republicans
are going to handle the rumored appearance of Mitt Romney on SNL [Saturday Night
The Real Maverick,Obama has increased the deficit by eighteen
thousand dollars per every American. This guy is really connected to the
people.LDS Liberal thinks this is funny, but it's really not to
"BTW - I wonder how un-funny Republicans are going to handle the rumored
appearance of Mitt Romney on SNL "They will react the same way they
did after Mitt Romney read a Top Ten List on David Letterman -- they will think
it's cool, while expressing outrage (outrage!) when a Democrat is on a late
night talk show.Republicans - the party of having it both ways.
Mitt Romney on SNL is way different.He is not in charge of a country
who is on the verge of bankruptcy. He is not in charge of a country with 8%+
unemployment. He is not in charge of keeping our country safe. When and if he does become president, that will be the time that it is
inappropriate. For right now, he is not irresponsible for doing so.
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