Super Tuesday leads into Mediocre Hangover Laden Wednesday

February 5, 2008 · Print This Article

If you happen to live in :Alabama, Massachusetts, Alaska, Minnesota, Arizona, Missouri, Arkansas, Montana, California, New Jersey, Colorado, New Mexico, Connecticut, New York, Delaware, North Dakota, Georgia, Oklahoma, Idaho, Tennessee, Illinois, Utah, Kansas or West Virginia. Then now is the time to live up to your American heritage and repress an indigenous people Vote!

If you are unsure who would best run your Nation, District, City or Animal Shelter then play it safe and just write in “Bad at Sports”. We may not know every issue on the table but we did you sister on that table and that should count for something.

If you are unsure how this “Voting” stuff works, you know things like caucuses and super delegates. Then don’t watch this video, open bundles of parchment bound on one end and read their words and letters. If you want to know how McLovin gets his Chad to hang firm then by all means watch.

31 thoughts on “Super Tuesday leads into Mediocre Hangover Laden Wednesday”

  1. Bill Dolan says:

    I voted for the Rabbit. It’s about time that the world realizes that Trix aren’t just for kids. It’s especially ironic that the Rabbit has always been on the box, yet isn’t allowed to eat Trix!

  2. Richard says:

    Silly Bill Dolan, Trix are for kids.

  3. Christopher says:

    Padump dump ching,

    here all week- try the veal and don’t forget to tip your waitress.

  4. Christopher says:

    Also as a reward for watching the above video, clean your palette with this brilliant reviewist from Australia. Thanks to him I now have to check off “animated game reviewer” from my possible job list.

  5. rehpotsirhC says:

    Oh and as a followup to the followup for Super-duper Fat Tuesday:

    Republican nomine John Mcain locked up his nomination

    Democratic nominies Obama & Clinton split it so evenly you would think it was a marrige divorce and not a primary. Wednesday reports that Obama raised 3 Mil+ in 3 days (thats after a 25 Mil+ rake in the past 90 days) and Clinton pumped 5 Mil+ of her own cash into her race.

    So basically the Republican party is going to have 9 months to get organized behind their nomine and the Democratic party is going to have most likely a brokered convention just to decide who they are going to go with. Then play catchup from August 29th to Nov 5th.

    If this is going to be a real race either one or the other of the Democratic nominies need to make a major gaff, drop out and get the ball rolling for the other. Either that or this could easily be 2004 all over agian proving the Democratic party could screw up a wet dream let alone a second election handed to them on a silver platter.

    What i really want to know is what do you think? (now hides behind fireproof full size cutout of Duncan)

  6. Bill Dolan says:

    I think that given the two choices, it will be easy for those following the loosing nominee to fall in line behind the winner. It may make for an interesting convention, but either way, the Democrats will have a strong candidate in November. I voted for one, but would be happy to vote for the other in the general election.

  7. duncan says:

    I’m wondering who they are going to run with McCain?

    Go Obama. Fight to the end. I’m for change.

    The key it seems to me will be to keep it civil enough that the two don’t alienate each others voters and swing the whole thing back to McCain.

    That being said I’m just looking forward to watching you strange and magical election style. I’m sure the American public knows what they are doing.

  8. Steve Hamann says:

    It will be a McCain/Schwarzenegger ticket to make the Conservative Radio personalitites have aneurysms.

    or McCain/Mackenzie

  9. Richard says:

    Can Arnie be VP? Aren’t there issues of citizenship. I can’t recall the whole rules to be president but I think you have to be born here, and I assume that holds true for Prez. too.

  10. Steve Hamann says:

    Aww, they should make an ammendment for Schwarzenegger. Think how that ticket will scare the crap out of other countries. Iran getting on the US’s nerves? just send them over a DVD of “Red Heat”. That will shut them up good.

  11. Richard says:

    Wasn’t one crappy actor as president enough?

  12. Richard says:

    BTW “Twins” is a much better glimpse into the work of the man.

  13. Steve Hamann says:

    Schwarzenegger/DeVito ’08

  14. Richard says:

    I would TOTALLY vote for Danny DeVito, but I think he is a liberal and I am ever-so-right wing.

  15. Steve Hamann says:

    I’d like to see Shepard Fairey do a Devito/Schwarzenegger campaign poster.

  16. Richard says:

    I’m voting Bill/Opus.

  17. Christopher says:

    Here is a promotional poster for you Steve:

    Also I love the way Bloom County caricatures GW Bush with the Roman helmet. So I can vote Bill/Opus Richard. Even though like Schwarzenegger, Opus I think is sadly forgien born.

  18. Steve Hamann says:

    Christopher, you have the Midas touch. I almost peed my pants.

    I say we print out about a thousand of these and start plastering them coast to coast. Or coast to Midwest.

  19. Richard says:

    I want a t-shirt. We need to buy some iron on transfers and give these away.

    Howabout DeVito/MacKenzie???

  20. Christopher says:

    I just need a good photo of Duncan being all professional and authoritarian. The tagline could be MacKenzie/DeVito “Don’t let anyone else, give you the shaft” or “So liberal we go arround the scale and are conservitive” or “America had it coming”

  21. Christopher says:

    How is this instead…

  22. Christopher says:

    Oh and if you want this:

    Go here or for the bumper sticker, button or others go here

  23. duncan says:

    That button is too rad. Although, Richard and I would not even be elected to what we do, never mind any public office.

  24. Steve Hamann says:

  25. David Roth says:

    I like that John McLain guy, but that last movie with the computer hacker dude from Deadwood and the snarky kid from the Apple commercials wasn’t so good.

  26. David Roth says:

    Hey Ham – that’s a keeper. Looks like Duncan’s got his hand up cuz he’s gotta be excused for the little boys room, and Richard’s either gonna launch into a ‘Friends, romans…” or he’s signaling the waitress for more ketchup.

  27. Richard says:

    More ketchup probably. That last Die Hard movie sucked my will to live.

    PG-13, c’mon.

  28. Richard says:

    You have to be suspicious of someone who will pump millions of their own money into trying to get a job that pays in the low six-figures.

  29. David Roth says:

    “You have to be suspicious of someone who will pump millions of their own money into trying to get a job that pays in the low six-figures.”

    You mean the Mittster? The pay-off for that gig comes after the term ends. Just watch…

  30. Richard says:

    You get a staff and some sweet speaking gigs, admittedly.

    And eventually you get your own Library which is pretty hot.

  31. Richard says:

    BTW Chris, that bit of criticism of the Witcher may be the best bit of critical media put on earth in our 4 billion year history and I bow before its greatness. I would like to talk about how I’d rather do my laundry or wash the gimp instead of see this art show or that art show. Wow. Great stuff.

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