Thursday, June 26, 2008

Oh. Dear. God.


A little full of ourselves, are we?



And the funniest part? Curiously, no mention of the fact that he's a Republican. How odd, wouldn't you say?

10 comments:

Romantic Heretic said...

A fair number of Americans really haven't clued in to the fact this is the 21st Century, have they?

Mark Francis said...

Jon Stewart did a response to this named Big Jew.

The Wingnuterer has the video, but it's having trouble loading.

Don't you watch this ad think: Satire is dead?

¢rÄßG®äŠŠ said...

Whoa.

Who needs Spinal Tap?

Red Tory said...

"Doing the Lord's work for Texas..." Good grief.

Ti-Guy said...

"Kept Texas in, power made lesser states squirm."

Yeesh.

I remember Spy magazine ranking the states on a fat-drunk-stupid index. Texas came out on top, naturally.

My American uncle spent most of his life in Dearborn, Michigan but moved to Texas for retirement. Within two years he'd emigrated back to Canada...Texas did him in.

Red Tory said...

I miss Spy Magazine. Always good for a laugh. Someone should revive the "celebrity math" feature.

Ti-Guy said...

Graydon Carter selling out and moving to Vanity Fair was one of the most tragic events of the last 30 years.

...even worse than the stolen election in 2000.

Gordo said...

Johnny Cash, who didn't even tell his own family how he voted, must be rolling over in his grave.

Mrs Cake said...

I liked the horsies. They were doing fine until that Stetson mannequin came on the screen and wouldn't go away.

More horsies, less horsey bums.

¢rÄßG®äŠŠ said...

More cowbell would be nice, too.