I’m sure most of you watched the debate, or saw a all the news channels going into a frenzy debating the debate. Who won? Who lost? Who said the stupidest thing? Who evaded which questions?

You get my drift, right?

I sat back and watched. Chuckled a few times. Cringed a few more. But overall, I lifted my hands in surrender. How does one make a choice amongst all the campaign promises? “I can do this, he can’t.” “I’m this, he’s that.”  It’s enough to drive me insane….if I let it.

But I won’t.

Instead, I rest on my faith and laughter. “Laughter?” you might ask. Yes, laughing–you remember it, right? Giggling until your eyes tear up and your stomach hurts? Remember that? It’s a cure for almost anything. My good friend sent me a little link yesterday and I thought the timing was impecable.

Now, anyone who knows me knows I do not try to offend anyone, so please, this is just funny. No hidden meanings, agendas, opinions….it just made me laugh. I hope it does the same for you.


When’s the last time you had a really great laugh? Side-splitting, tear-jerking, fall-on-the-floor, laugh? I’d love to hear it. I’m in the mood to chuckle.

2 thoughts on “POLITICS JIB JAB

  1. I’ve tried to tell what was so funny to several people but they just didn’t get it!

    We were visiting my sister’s house. She had read a book and so had I so we exchanged books and read them. When we would take a break, we would discuss where we were in the other’s book. It was GREAT because we had someone to discuss with, what we were reading.

    The scene I read at the time was in the mid evil times where a girl had traveled through time from the 20th century. She actually had her purse (more like a bag) with her and at one point she opened the zipper to peak inside for something. Scared the socks off the guys surrounding her. I laughed SO HARD I couldn’t talk for awhile seeing they were so scared just by the sound of a zipper, which they had NEVER seen or heard before because it wasn’t invented yet. I had tears pouring down my face and couldn’t catch my breath for at least 15 minutes. Well, the fun was all mine because no one else: my sister, her husband, or mine found a thing funny about it when I tried to explain.

  2. I wrote a blog for work http://www.ndnforum.com/blogs about this press release I received in the mail saying they would hold John McCain responsible for spouting anti-gay bigotry if he touted “family values.” Apparently, talking about family values is a code word for anti-gay.

    I haven’t even decided who’s going to get my vote, yet, but the first candidate who decides to put an end to political correctness might sway me.

    Where’s Ted Nugent when you need him? 😉

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