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DUmmie FUnnies 01-08-07 ("Gore Leaves Door Ajar for 2008")
DUmmie FUnnies ^ | January 8, 2007 | DUmmies, HUffies, and PJ-Comix

Posted on 01/08/2007 5:28:04 AM PST by PJ-Comix

Speculation among the Left about Al Gore running in 2008 has been common almost from the moment that Kerry lost in 2004. However, I have ignored such speculation for the most part...until now. Why? Because SOON Al Gore is going to have to make his move one way or the other. And it now looks like Gore will be choosing to run. One big indicator of this is this Washington Post article titled, Gore Leaves Door Ajar for 2008. This article grabbed my attention for two reasons. The first reason is the article stated that when Gore was asked by people if he were going to run in '08, he replied that he "didn't know whether he was going to or not." That doesn't exactly sound like someone who previously DENIED he was running. To me that is a YES. The other reason why this article attracted my attention was the word "ajar" in the title. Whenever I see or hear the word "ajar," I always think of Yacov Smirnov's comedy routine about how when he first came to this country he was confused by the voice in his car that said, "The door is ajar" which he heard as "The door is a jar."

So now that it looks like Al Gore will be running as he probably planned to all along on the back of his "An Inconvenient Truth" flick, what are the implications for the other Democrat candidates? The answer is bad. Since the study of the Left is my hobby, I can tell you that most of the liberals will drop their support for other candidates to greet the candidacy of Al Gore with open arms. Hillary? GONE! Osama/Obama? GONE! Tom Vilsack? Don't make me laugh. And speaking of Vilsack, I am taking a personal interest in him since the DUmmie FUnnies has ENDORSED his candidacy. Unfortunately, since Governor Vilsack has thus far NOT taken my advice to "Wear the Bear," his campaign remains mired in tedium since he seems to have the charisma of a cost accountant. Of course, Vlasic isn't the worst candidate ever. That honor has to belong to Evan Bayh who delivered the phoniest sounding speech ever as you can see HERE. Bayh's speech is so astoundingly bad that it promises to become a comedy classic. However, to give Bayh credit, he dropped out of the presidential race as soon as he saw himself in this video. Even he was embarrassed by himself.

With Al Gore now apparently (though not yet officially) in the race, let us now take a look at the DUmmie REACTION in Bolshevik Red as well as the that of the HUffington Post HUffies while the commentary of your humble correspondent, who just can't get enough of watching that Evan Bayh speech, is in the [brackets]:

WP: Gore Leaves Door Ajar for 2008

[The door is a jar. No, no! The door is a can.]

As the Democratic field for 2008 takes shape, one big remaining question is whether former vice president Al Gore -- winner of the popular vote in 2000, an almost-candidate in 2004 and now the public face of the movement to address global warming -- will be in it.

[Al Gore's breath is now the public face of global warming.]

Over the past six years, Gore has become a heroic figure for the party's liberal left, thanks in large part to his early and steady opposition to the war in Iraq. And it's not just liberals who have taken to Gore. "An Inconvenient Truth," the film detailing Gore's lonely quest to raise awareness of climate change, is one of the most successful documentaries of all time and, as important, has transformed Gore's public image from cold to cool.

[Lonely quest to raise awareness of climate change? Give me a break. Global Warming has been liberal dogma for quite some time. At least since back in the days when we were being warned about Global Cooling.]

That renewed popularity has stoked speculation that Gore just may have another national race up his sleeve. "He's the Rocky Balboa of 2008," said Chris Lehane, a former Gore adviser.

[Old and bloated like Rocky Balboa. Maybe Al Gore needs to work out chopping wood in Siberia like Rocky Balboa did last night on the tube in Rocky IV.]

But is Gore ready to enter the ring one more time? Don't count on it, say his closest advisers. "There are no secret meetings going on to plan the Gore campaign," said Carter Eskew, a longtime confidant of the former vice president.

[The meetings aren't secret. They meet openly now.]

But neither Eskew nor any of the small cadre of Gore's closest advisers would entirely rule out such a bid, leaving the same small but substantial amount of wiggle room that Gore himself has left in his public pronouncements....

WASHINGTON POST

[Blah. Blah. Blah. He's RUNNING, folks. Time for Al to break out his prosthetic crotch enhancer (socks).]

Al Gore IS the ONE! We are NOT only hoping but depending on Gore to run!

[Al Gore is our Savior!]

Well of course he's running. The wind's in his sails. It's due him, and the people who voted him in the first time who were robbed of that vote. I hope he wins.

[It's going to have to be a mighty substantial wind to move that bulky cargo.]

Run Al, run! I would work my ass off for President Gore.

[If you would also sell it for Al Gore then I would know for sure that you are indeed Ben Burch.]

Al Gore is the only person I see..... on the political horizon with the intelligence and will to make the changes that our country so desperately needs. Our country has had it with, "the guy I'd like to have a beer with" and needs a person of remarkable intelligence to lead us out of this Republican quagmire we've been saddled with.

[Al Gore is "the guy I'd like to have a monster buffet with."]

I think Gore, more than any other possible candidate, can help bring the rest of the world to the table to talk about what we need to do to save our planet and to focus on the other issues that we need to work on.

[So Al Gore can help bring the rest of the table to talk about saving our planet by ridding it of Islamic terrorists?]

Gore is the quintessential Boy Scout, and I mean that in the most positive sense.

[Sorry but Al Gore outgrew his Boy Scout uniform eons ago.]

I'm certainly keeping a candle in the window for him. I think we need him DESPERATELY. WE need him. The whole WORLD needs him. The survival of our planet needs him.

]The survival of our galaxy needs him.]

His message is too important. He should not run. The global warming issue is vital. I don't want to see it become a mere calling card for a presidential candidate. If Gore gets into the race, he could lose his new-found stature in a week, taking the global warming issue with him. Gore would make a good president. But it seems to me that he has answered a "higher calling." I could see a Gore presidency after (and only after) the global warming issue is common sense to everyone.

[I dare not spoil this DUmmie's innocence by suggesting that the whole global warming shtick was nothing but a cynical ploy by Al Gore to get himself into the '08 presidential race the easy way.]

It is possible Gore would win now as he essentially did in 2000. But he might not, and then An Inconvenient Truth would be just a failed political vehicle instead of a credible world-wide call to action. I don't think An Inconvenient Truth would have had anything like the impact it has had were it not for Gore's loss and sacrifices.

[Al Gore sacrificed himself for our environmental sins.]

I want to see all candidates take the climate change issue as their own. The issue doesn't belong to Gore. It belongs to everyone. Gore deserves gratitude at this point. Let's not spoil it.

[Tom Vlasic took the global warming issue and everyone listening to him went to sleep.]

NO ONE thinks he has political aspirations behind everything he does. Don't insult the good DUers on this site.

[The wide eyed innocence on this DUmmie's face is so cute!]

I hope he does run it would be great to see him in the field.

[The best place to serve up barbeque is in a field.]

It is rare for a person to be so well prepared for the crises of an era. And I believe Gore to be one such person.

[Al Gore is well prepared with his bib and hammer for those delish all you can eat garlic crabs from the Chesapeake.]

I'm very much enthused at the thought of another opportunity to vote for Gore. He's by far got the entire package as a Presidential candidate.

[Including that prosthetic crotch enhancer package in his pants.]

I wish Gore would say he will run. Hillary will crap her pants, and the race for the nomination will be wide open. But unless Gore gives a direct signal that he is considering running, we are just wasting our time like those idiotic Christians that are awaiting the Second Coming. It ain't gonna happen!

[This comment space reserved for a certain Lutheran songmeister pastor from St. Louis...]

I do not think he will be as stiff as he came across in 2000.

[Falling off the deep end does tend to loosen you up.]

Al Gore is a man I could go fishing with.

[Watch out or he'll eat your entire catch. And now to HEAR from the HUffies about Al Gore's probable run...for the presidency and/or the banquet room...]

I'd be glad to see Al run for a second term. He didn't get a chance to do anything in his first term, which was seized from him by tyrant Tush.

[Speaking of Tush. I think Al Gore wins hands down in the substantial Tush department.]

Al Gore would be a breath of fresh air compared to the white trash that have stunk up the White House for the past 6 yrs!

[Not with all that garlic and marinara sauce on his breath.]

And when he chooses his running mate I hope that he chooses Howard Dean to be his Vice President.

[Let's hear it for the Asylum Team: YEEEEEEEAAAAAAHHHHH!!!]

I would vote for this man again in a heartbeat ~~

[Or a heartburn.]

I'd sell my house to get this man elected!

[Al Gore sincerely hopes that you keep the kitchen and the dining room.]

I have to say I love the way Al Gore is playing this out. F*ck the media and their horse race mentality 2 years out. Good gosh, the U.S. Media is as culpable as anyone else for the sinful, horrible tragedy in Iraq. Follow your own rhythm Al. If you want the Presidency, it's most likely yours. If you don't want it, then continue to manipulate the media whores for your own ends.. global warming, that is.

[Al Gore is manipulating the media whores for his own ends.. presidential nomination and complimentary dinners.]

I dream of the day when talk radio is buzzing, when cable news networks are scrambling to get "ahead of the breaking news", I dream of the day when my inbasket is full from the rush of "did you hear the news!"

[Al Gore dreams of the day when his inbucket is full of KFC.]

Al Gore is already training others to teach others about global warming.

[Al Gore has taught me how heat up my fried chicken via global warming.]

I think Al Gore/Mark Warner would be great! Or Evan Bayh, who backed out of the race recently but seems still interested. Both those guys were very successful governors in red states, but maintained their priciples.

[Actually Evan Bayh is still interested in forgetting about his phony SPEECH.]

Id rather have an overweight, intelligent, principled president than a fit chimpanzee.

[Can you fit that on a bumper sticker?]

I really hope Gore chooses to run. He's the best man for the job, bar none! All I know is every time I see Gore, I find myself thinking "Help us Obi-Wan, you're our only hope!" NO! really! He is the best qualified and capable person out there for the tough tasks ahead!

[All I know is every time I see Gore, I find myself thinking, "Help us. Al Gore just swallowed Obi-Wan!"]

Does a man or a women has to look like the Media clone of what a president should look like. Everybody gains weight at fifty something. If he needs to loose weight to get elected and than the general public should do liekwise. We are the fattest nation on earth from certain accounts.

[One big reason is corn syrup is used as a sugar substitute...and I now will get off my soapbox.]

didn't Gore say just a couple weeks ago that he had lost taste for how dirty politics had become or something? he never had the stomach for the presidency

[Perhaps but he sure does have a stomach for garlic crabs, barbeque pork, buckets and buckets of KFC, etc...]

What can we do to convince Al Gore to run?

[Smear yourself with teriyaki sauce.]


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To: PJ-Comix
a person of remarkable intelligence

Demonstrated by what?

101 posted on 01/08/2007 1:26:35 PM PST by Argus
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To: PJ-Comix; doug from upland; LUV W; cripplecreek; Purrcival; KJC1; Roscoe Karns; Mr. Silverback; ...
Well, PJ, I just sent in my (first?) entry for Bill Bennett's "Sandy Berger Lies" Contest. Here it is:

THE SANDY MAN
Tune: "The Candy Man"

Who can take a paper
Stuff it in a shoe
Cover up the caper
With a perjury or two?
The Sandy Man . . .
The Sandy Man can . . .
The Sandy Man can
'Cause he takes it from the file
To make his boss look good.

Who can take a secret
Tape it to his thigh
Walk it out and sneak it
Like an undercover spy?
The Sandy Man . . .
The Sandy Man can . . .
The Sandy Man can
'Cause he takes it from the file
To make his boss look good.

The Sandy Man makes
Every move that takes
Classifying as suspicious
And the line of crap he dishes
You can even call fictitious.

Who can take a memo
Slip it up a sleeve
Hold it near his elbow
And say nothing when he leaves?
The Sandy Man . . .
The Sandy Man can . . .
The Sandy Man can
'Cause he takes it from the file
To make his boss look good.

The Sandy Man makes
Every move that takes
Classifying as suspicious
And the line of crap he dishes
You can even call fictitious.

Who can take a memo
Slip it up a sleeve
Hold it near his elbow
And say nothing when he leaves?
The Sandy Man . . .
The Sandy Man can . . .
The Sandy Man can
'Cause he takes it from the file
To make his boss look good. . . .

102 posted on 01/08/2007 1:39:34 PM PST by Charles Henrickson (The wag tailoring the doggerel)
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To: Charles Henrickson
Al Gore is a man I could go whaling with.
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Watch it. Remember what happened to Capt. Ahab when he went after the great white whale.

Now I have to get out my Mountain Twin Peaks CD.
103 posted on 01/08/2007 1:44:52 PM PST by Cheburashka ( World's only Spatula City certified spatula repair and maintenance specialist!!!)
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To: PJ-Comix
Well, no sooner do I get through submitting my "The Sandy Man" parody that I notice this link on Bennett's website: Bill Sings Sandy. So I listen to this audio clip, and, lo and behold, someone else has already submitted a "Sandy Man" version. I guess it was a pretty obvious idea. Maybe they'll like my lyrics better. Or maybe I'll come up with another idea or use the ideas you suggested.
104 posted on 01/08/2007 1:46:36 PM PST by Charles Henrickson (Adventures in Parodies.)
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To: PJ-Comix

I heard a snippet of a parody that sounded pretty good: "(You Can't Hide) Your Bulging Thighs," based on the Eagles' "Your Lying Eyes." The competition could be tough.


105 posted on 01/08/2007 1:49:56 PM PST by Charles Henrickson (Adventures in Parodies.)
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To: PJ-Comix
Our country has had it with, "the guy I'd like to have a beer with" and needs a person of remarkable intelligence to lead us out of this Republican quagmire we've been saddled with.

Saddled with a quagmire?

SD

106 posted on 01/08/2007 1:53:50 PM PST by SoothingDave (Are you on the list?)
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To: Charles Henrickson

How about doing a Sandy Burglar lyrics with Secret Agent Man?

Or that jefferson airplane song?

Take one doc from the archive,
One dock in your sole
One doc from the archive,
In your socks down to your toes...

And remember what Bill Clinton said,
Hide the truth.

Feel free to improve it.


107 posted on 01/08/2007 1:58:34 PM PST by NeoCaveman (Conservatism hasn't been tried and found wanting, it has been found wanting to be tried.)
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To: NeoCaveman
And remember what Bill Clinton said,
Hide the truth.

Feed your shred-der

108 posted on 01/08/2007 2:03:11 PM PST by NeoCaveman (Conservatism hasn't been tried and found wanting, it has been found wanting to be tried.)
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To: NeoCaveman

I just hope that SNL rehires their #1 guy who plays an excellent Al Gore-Darrell Hammond...


109 posted on 01/08/2007 2:43:38 PM PST by princess leah
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To: Charles Henrickson

Welcome back, Charles. Another hit--hopefully by the time he announces the winner the sun will be up early enough that I can hear it.


110 posted on 01/08/2007 3:07:26 PM PST by Paul Heinzman
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To: gidget7

Yeah. The South Park "Butt Out" episode was incredible. I thought it would just be so-so because the subject of smoking usually bores me but this was one of the best. You should be able to watch it complete online. I recommend that you do.


111 posted on 01/08/2007 3:28:37 PM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: Charles Henrickson

I think you have a WINNAH with that "Sandy Man" parody! Remember, if you win, to contact the producer with the lyrics of the "I Don't Why I Love Him" parody so he will know the winning song wasn't a fluke on your part. Oh, and hopefully by that time the song will be fully recorded and ready for radio play on Bill Bennett's show if he so wants.


112 posted on 01/08/2007 3:50:40 PM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: Charles Henrickson
Well, no sooner do I get through submitting my "The Sandy Man" parody that I notice this link on Bennett's website: Bill Sings Sandy. So I listen to this audio clip, and, lo and behold, someone else has already submitted a "Sandy Man" version. I guess it was a pretty obvious idea. Maybe they'll like my lyrics better. Or maybe I'll come up with another idea or use the ideas you suggested.

Uh-Oh! Well, I thought your lyrics were better but better submit a couple more to be sure. I still like "The Man Who Caught Sandy Berger" plus I think "Oh Sandy Boy" could be good too. In any event I definitely want to get the Barack Obama Superstar song parody to them when the contest is over.

113 posted on 01/08/2007 3:58:26 PM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: NeoCaveman
How about doing a Sandy Burglar lyrics with Secret Agent Man?

Already done by a Freeper.

114 posted on 01/08/2007 3:59:36 PM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: Charles Henrickson

I think "The Man Who Caught Sandy Berger" could be a winner but it might be tough to come up with the right lyrics for that tune. The stanza I provided was the easiest.


115 posted on 01/08/2007 4:02:28 PM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: Charles Henrickson

The fact that he liked "The Sandy Man" might work in your favor. He obviously likes a song parody to that tune so it just might be a matter of choosing which version he likes best.


116 posted on 01/08/2007 4:03:36 PM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: PJ-Comix
What can we do to convince Al Gore to run?

[Smear yourself with teriyaki sauce.]

Naw...wouldn't work...running is exercise.

117 posted on 01/08/2007 4:06:43 PM PST by bannie
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To: PJ-Comix

Gore us again .... NOT


118 posted on 01/08/2007 4:27:00 PM PST by Deetes (God Bless the Troops)
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To: Charles Henrickson
"Danny Boy" is a fairly easy tune to improvise lyrics for. BTW, I have a really FUnnie "Danny Boy" story. Years ago I was watching a morning interview with the Irish guy who played the lead singer of "The Commitments" in the movie of that name. He decided to try singing jazz for real in America. Anyway, he told the interviewer that he wanted to stick with jazz and had NO intention of singing traditional Irish songs. He said his worst nightmare would be to end up performing at Irish festivals here in the states and then have some drunk yell at him to sing "Danny Boy."

Well, a few years go by and his jazz singing career bombed. I didn't know that until later but what happened is that a friend of mine (the infamous Purple-Haired Lady) was working as a vendor at an Irish Festival at nearby Mullins Park here in Coral Springs. I stopped by there to say hello to the Purple-Haired Lady and to try out some Irish brew (the food stunk). Well, I bought a bottle of beer and sat down to watch the music being performed and GUESS who was on the stage singing Irish songs? Yup! That SAME guy from The Committments. I know I shouldn't have done the following but I just couldn't help myself....

I stood up and acted very drunk. Then I yelled out: "SING 'DANNY BOY!!!'"

The look that The Commitments guy gave me was incredible. It was a mixture of anger and sorrow combined in one. Yeah, I know it was cruel to do that but, like I said, I just couldn't help myself after that TV interview came to mind.

119 posted on 01/08/2007 4:28:46 PM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: PJ-Comix
But neither Eskew nor any of the small cadre of Gore's closest advisers would entirely rule out such a bid, leaving the same small but substantial amount of wiggle room that Gore himself has left in his public pronouncements....

Here in Tennessee, he said he would not seek the office of president. No wiggle room, there. He's just a bald faced liar like most of the dimorats.

120 posted on 01/08/2007 6:17:12 PM PST by beckysueb
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To: PJ-Comix
and needs a person of remarkable intelligence

He flunked out of bible college, for Petes sake!

121 posted on 01/08/2007 6:19:11 PM PST by beckysueb
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To: PJ-Comix
"The door is a jar. No, no! The door is a can."

No, no, PJ-Watson - the game is a foot.
122 posted on 01/08/2007 9:35:53 PM PST by decal (Too many people mistake "tolerance" for "approval.")
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To: PJ-Comix; doug from upland; LUV W; cripplecreek; Purrcival; KJC1; Roscoe Karns; Mr. Silverback; ...
I just sent in another entry to Bill Bennett's Sandy Berger contest. I think I might like this one even better than the "Sandy Man" parody, simply because 1) I like the original of this song better and 2) "Sandy Man" was pretty obvious to do. I'm guessing no one else will be doing a parody based on this song.

(SITTIN' WHERE) THE DOCUMENTS LAY
Tune: "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay"

Sittin' in an archive room
I see written who did what about whom
Watchin' for Clinton's role
Got to keep my boss's legacy whole

I'm sittin' where the documents lay
Watchin' the guard walk away
I'll just fit 'em in my socks so they'll stay
Placed inside

I'm liftin' just a portion
Just the ones that would give Clinton grief
If I do a few more contortions
It looks like some will even fit in my briefs

I'm sittin' where the documents lay
Watchin' the guard walk away
I'll just fit 'em in my socks so they'll stay
Placed inside

Looks like nothing seems too strange
Everything still appears the same
But I still got these ten papers here left to do
So I hope my suit stands the strain

Sittin' here looking around
And these documents must weigh fifty pounds
These two thousand files I found
Tend to make my socks fall down

I'm sittin' where the documents lay
Watchin' the guard walk away
I'll just fit 'em in my socks so they'll stay
Placed inside

123 posted on 01/08/2007 9:56:52 PM PST by Charles Henrickson (The wag tailoring the doggerel)
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To: Charles Henrickson

"Tend to make my socks fall down"

Priceless.

You've got my vote.


124 posted on 01/08/2007 10:05:39 PM PST by Choose Ye This Day (Stop it, or I'll bury you alive in a box.)
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To: Charles Henrickson

No, I didn't do one based on that song. Did he attempt to sing the Sandy Man song on his show? I went to the website and he had a clip trying to sing Monster Mash, Sandy Man, and a few others.


125 posted on 01/08/2007 10:07:21 PM PST by doug from upland (Stopping Hillary should be a FreeRepublic Manhattan Project)
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To: libs_kma
The toons were by far, without a doubt, no contest, the worst white trash to ever set foot in the WH.

I think it's safe to say that the Clintoons are the only white trash to ever stink up the White House. We have had some awful presidents, Carter for a prime example, but none of them actually fit the description of white trash except for Bill and Hill. And I was born and raised in the deep south, I know white trash when I see it.

126 posted on 01/08/2007 10:07:31 PM PST by epow (The greatest gift that children can give their parents is grandchildren.)
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To: doug from upland
Did he attempt to sing the Sandy Man song on his show?

He did sing a "Sandy Man" parody, but it was not mine, since I had not sent mine in yet at that point. I heard the audio clip right after I sent mine in.

127 posted on 01/08/2007 10:52:30 PM PST by Charles Henrickson (Adventures in Parodies.)
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To: Charles Henrickson
Oh, this is great in so many ways. Otis's plane going down (RIP, Otis) in the lake, and X42 having so much experience going to funerals of people that went before their time in planes...


(Even though algore was the Funeral Guy in Chief for a while)

128 posted on 01/09/2007 1:28:20 AM PST by Watery Tart (algoron: Constitutionally unable to run in 2008. He's been president since 2000, right?)
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To: Charles Henrickson

All hail Chimpus Khan!


129 posted on 01/09/2007 1:36:58 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ("Safe sex? Not until they develop a condom for the heart."--Freeper All the Best)
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To: PJ-Comix
The look that The Commitments guy gave me was incredible. It was a mixture of anger and sorrow combined in one. Yeah, I know it was cruel to do that but, like I said, I just couldn't help myself after that TV interview came to mind.

Dang PJ, that was cruel. Instead of a mean drunk, you're a mean sober.

130 posted on 01/09/2007 1:44:04 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ("Safe sex? Not until they develop a condom for the heart."--Freeper All the Best)
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To: PJ-Comix
http://i65.photobucket.com/albums/h219/pjcomix/blog/algore2.jpg
"We got trouble...right here in River city!..."
131 posted on 01/09/2007 1:47:34 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ("Safe sex? Not until they develop a condom for the heart."--Freeper All the Best)
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To: PJ-Comix

"We got trouble...right here in River city!...An' that starts with 'T' an' that rhymes with 'B' and that stands for burning us all up in the eventual holocaust of global warming."
132 posted on 01/09/2007 1:49:43 AM PST by Mr. Silverback ("Safe sex? Not until they develop a condom for the heart."--Freeper All the Best)
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To: stylin19a
What can we do to convince Al Gore to run?

Show him a full length mirror?

He said "Run", not "Scream"....

Big AL does enough of that already....

133 posted on 01/09/2007 2:24:30 AM PST by dirtbiker (Solution for terrorism: Nuke 'em til they glow, then shoot 'em in the dark!)
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To: Charles Henrickson
Gore is the quintessential Boy Scout. . . .

An Inconvenient Troop.

That was before Al ate them....

134 posted on 01/09/2007 2:29:04 AM PST by dirtbiker (Solution for terrorism: Nuke 'em til they glow, then shoot 'em in the dark!)
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To: kevkrom
[The door is a jar. No, no! The door is a can.]

Apparently Gore is sticking his can in the door.

More like Algore's can is getting STUCK in the door!

135 posted on 01/09/2007 2:38:22 AM PST by dirtbiker (Solution for terrorism: Nuke 'em til they glow, then shoot 'em in the dark!)
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To: Charles Henrickson

Good one. If it wins, I think I can get it recorded since I now have access to a sound studio and engineer down here. Of course, I would do that if Bill Bennett wants the sound version for play on his show. I think these song parodies are much better if SUNG to music.


136 posted on 01/09/2007 3:38:03 AM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: Watery Tart

I saw a History Channel show where they were able to read Hitler's lips in his home movies with no sound. Some interesting revelations like the fact he thought Goering was a pig. However, I would like them to apply the same technology to read Clinton's lips outside of Ron Brown's funeral so we can hear what joke he was telling until he spotted the cameras and pretended to be grieving.


137 posted on 01/09/2007 3:40:44 AM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: Charles Henrickson

I won't get up to listen at 3am to Bill's show on the local feed. Actually, a couple times when I couldn't sleep, I called the show. If he tries to sing any more songs, please let me know.


138 posted on 01/09/2007 11:19:06 AM PST by doug from upland (Stopping Hillary should be a FreeRepublic Manhattan Project)
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To: PJ-Comix
I'd like to have a lipreader concentrate on the Senate during the SOTU speech, instead of on King Kneepads.

We already know what Hitlery thinks about things (the eyerolling and the facial expressions tell us that) and she's learned not to get any more FJB outbursts on tape.

What I want to know is why all the DUmmie types try and get face time with President Bush!

139 posted on 01/09/2007 10:14:42 PM PST by Watery Tart (STILL LOOKING FOR PIC of Hitlery with NYPost in the Senate in 2001-headline said “Bush Knew." FR me!)
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To: theDentist

aww, what an insult to foghorn leghorn, son;)


140 posted on 01/14/2007 10:38:02 PM PST by OMalley (Without love, deeds, even the most brilliant, count as nothing. St. Therese, "the little flower")
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