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Default The Comedy of Politics

After spending some of my early adulthood in politics, I learned early on that laughter is core to politics in general. From political commentary to editorial cartoons, there are a little gems to share. As the US heads towards an election year (although it seems every year is a variation of an election year) I couldn't help but laugh at this commentary by Lewis Black:



So use this thread to post written, audio and/or video comedic takes on the political process and the people that make it up.
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Hello Linus,

Have you seen or read any recent items of interest about things of this nature, lately?

If so, could you post again??

Thanks!!

In other news, I want to vote on the Independent ticket during up and coming election processes. So I am very interested in reading or viewing anything which may widen or provide alternate political points of view.
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Default Almost a comedy of politics if not quite so pathetic!

Instead of Helping Flint, Michigan Republicans Just Passed a Bill That Makes Anal Sex Illegal

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February 8, 2016

Up to 8,000 children in Flint, Michigan have potentially been poisoned by their own water supply, and so the Michigan Senate has bravely come together to push through a bill that… bans anal sex.

The insanity of this move is made even more outrageous by the fact that 1) Michigan already has a sodomy ban and 2) the ban is completely pointless. The 2003 Supreme Court case of Lawrence vs. Texas declared sodomy bans unconstitutional in all states.

So, to reiterate, rather than help citizens that are being poisoned by their own water, Michigan senators chose to spend their time and money upholding an already existing sodomy ban that is impossible to enforce.

The ban was able to pass because it was attached to an animal-rights bill mostly aimed at keeping pets out of the hands of animal abusers.

The discriminatory measure is squeezed inside the section banning bestiality, an asinine suggestion by Michigan Senators that two consenting adults having the freedom to be intimate is equatable to sexual abuse of an animal.

http://usuncut.com/news/instead-of-h...odomy-illegal/
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Are you looking for actual idiotic political gaffes or some good political humour?

Well, until the USA achieves Jeb Bush's "verge of greatness" here's a contribution from "The Onion":

"Independent Vermont senator and self-proclaimed “democratic socialist” Bernie Sanders officially declared his candidacy in the 2016 election Thursday. Here’s what you need to know about the presidential hopeful:

Given name: Bernice
Nickname: The Vermont Bonecrusher
Media Strategy: Name plastered all over countless rejected Senate bills
Biggest Political Liability: Completely out of touch with the average American corporation
Campaign Promises: Let’s not get ahead of ourselves here
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Campaign Slogan: “One percent of this country owns 38 percent of the wealth. The bottom 60 percent owns 2.3 percent. We are essentially living in an oligarchy, one that is headed for the edge of the cliff if we do not address the social and economic inequalities that are propelling this downward spiral. How can we ever expect to reclaim the respect and support of the international community when we are starting wars in the name of democracy? When in our own country we are handing out $285 million-dollar severance packages while millions of Americans, even with the Affordable Care Act, remained uninsured? I’m telling you, the warning signs are here, and we must act. My name is Bernie Sanders.”
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Default I'm not really sure that this is so much funny as it is ironic!

For years and years and years Madeleine Albright has been attributed with the quote “There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women."

So IF a woman didn't help three other women when they came forward with accusations of rape, indecent groping, and sexual harassment BUT instead went on national TV and claimed it was all some sort of "right wing conspiracy" would said woman be going to hell or not?????
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28 WTF Moments From the GOP Debate

You can probably guess who said, "Tremendous has been sucked out of our country by China."

By Tessa Stuart February 6, 2016


Even as it took place, the eighth Republican debate, at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire, felt like a moment frozen in time. Will Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich ever share a stage again after Tuesday's New Hampshire primary? It's not likely, especially considering how difficult it was to get them all on stage Saturday evening. (Looking at you, Ben Carson).

Let's savor these last few sweet moments together. Here are the most confounding, absurd, down-right hilarious and WTF? moments of Republican Debate VIII.

1. "I think I have the best temperament. I have gotten along with people for years and years." -Donald Trump

2. "Ben, I'm sorry." -Ted Cruz, apologizing to Ben Carson for telling Iowa voters that Carson had dropped out of the race just before the Iowa Caucuses Monday

3. "Today is the 105th anniversary — or 105th birthday — of Ronald Reagan. His 11th commandment was to not to speak ill of another Republican." -Ben Carson

4. "That's not leadership, that's truancy." -Chris Christie on Marco Rubio missing Senate votes

5. "You see, Marco, the thing is this: When you're president of the United States, when you're governor of a state, the memorized 25-second speech where you talk about how great America is at the end of it doesn't solve one problem for one person. They expect you to plow the snow. They expect you to get the schools open." -Chris Christie

6. "Chris, you didn't want to go back [to New Jersey after the recent blizzard]. They had to shame you into going back." -Marco Rubio

7. "Is that one of the skills you get as a U.S. senator too? ESP?" -Chris Christie, responding to Marco Rubio's attack

8. "Let's dispense with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn't know what he's doing; he knows exactly what he's doing." -Marco Rubio

9. "I think we have a president who is totally incompetent and he has no idea what he is doing. Our country is going to hell." -Donald Trump

10. "Tremendous has been sucked out of our country by China." -Donald Trump

11. "Just as we lock our doors at night, the country needs to lock its doors." -John Kasich on immigration

12. "I've got somebody in mind to build it." -Ted Cruz, motioning to Donald Trump, while speaking about the wall he would build on the U.S.-Mexico border

13. "I think I'm closer to common sense." -Donald Trump, asked if he's closer to Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders on health care

14. "I was hoping to get a chance to talk about about North Korea. I was the only who didn't get to do it, and I've got some stuff to say about that." -Ben Carson, fooling no one

15. "To turn this into a limousine parking lost for one of his casinos is not public use." -Jeb Bush on Donald Trump evicting a woman in Atlantic City using eminent domain

16. "Jeb wants to be a tough guy!" -Donald Trump

17. "That's all of his donors and special interests out there." -Donald Trump, responding to loud boos from the audience as he attacked Jeb Bush

18. "I'd like to see more millionaires. I think we need to grow more millionaires." -Jeb Bush

19. "It's class warfare." -Chris Christie, referring to raising taxes on millionaires

20. "When I say saturation carpet-bombing, that is not indiscriminate.... We should use overwhelming force, kill the enemy and get the heck out." -Ted Cruz on his ISIS strategy

21. "I'm not here just to add beauty to the stage." -Ben Carson

22. "I would not bring it back in any widespread use." -Ted Cruz on torture

23. "I would bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding." -Donald Trump on torture

24. "I was the first one who said build a wall — not a toy wall like they have now." -Donald Trump


Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics...#ixzz404pKY2Ga
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28 WTF Moments From the GOP Debate

You can probably guess who said, "Tremendous has been sucked out of our country by China."

By Tessa Stuart February 6, 2016


Even as it took place, the eighth Republican debate, at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire, felt like a moment frozen in time. Will Ted Cruz, Donald Trump, Marco Rubio, Ben Carson, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich ever share a stage again after Tuesday's New Hampshire primary? It's not likely, especially considering how difficult it was to get them all on stage Saturday evening. (Looking at you, Ben Carson).

Let's savor these last few sweet moments together. Here are the most confounding, absurd, down-right hilarious and WTF? moments of Republican Debate VIII.

1. "I think I have the best temperament. I have gotten along with people for years and years." -Donald Trump

2. "Ben, I'm sorry." -Ted Cruz, apologizing to Ben Carson for telling Iowa voters that Carson had dropped out of the race just before the Iowa Caucuses Monday

3. "Today is the 105th anniversary — or 105th birthday — of Ronald Reagan. His 11th commandment was to not to speak ill of another Republican." -Ben Carson

4. "That's not leadership, that's truancy." -Chris Christie on Marco Rubio missing Senate votes

5. "You see, Marco, the thing is this: When you're president of the United States, when you're governor of a state, the memorized 25-second speech where you talk about how great America is at the end of it doesn't solve one problem for one person. They expect you to plow the snow. They expect you to get the schools open." -Chris Christie

6. "Chris, you didn't want to go back [to New Jersey after the recent blizzard]. They had to shame you into going back." -Marco Rubio

7. "Is that one of the skills you get as a U.S. senator too? ESP?" -Chris Christie, responding to Marco Rubio's attack

8. "Let's dispense with this fiction that Barack Obama doesn't know what he's doing; he knows exactly what he's doing." -Marco Rubio

9. "I think we have a president who is totally incompetent and he has no idea what he is doing. Our country is going to hell." -Donald Trump

10. "Tremendous has been sucked out of our country by China." -Donald Trump

11. "Just as we lock our doors at night, the country needs to lock its doors." -John Kasich on immigration

12. "I've got somebody in mind to build it." -Ted Cruz, motioning to Donald Trump, while speaking about the wall he would build on the U.S.-Mexico border

13. "I think I'm closer to common sense." -Donald Trump, asked if he's closer to Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders on health care

14. "I was hoping to get a chance to talk about about North Korea. I was the only who didn't get to do it, and I've got some stuff to say about that." -Ben Carson, fooling no one

15. "To turn this into a limousine parking lost for one of his casinos is not public use." -Jeb Bush on Donald Trump evicting a woman in Atlantic City using eminent domain

16. "Jeb wants to be a tough guy!" -Donald Trump

17. "That's all of his donors and special interests out there." -Donald Trump, responding to loud boos from the audience as he attacked Jeb Bush

18. "I'd like to see more millionaires. I think we need to grow more millionaires." -Jeb Bush

19. "It's class warfare." -Chris Christie, referring to raising taxes on millionaires

20. "When I say saturation carpet-bombing, that is not indiscriminate.... We should use overwhelming force, kill the enemy and get the heck out." -Ted Cruz on his ISIS strategy

21. "I'm not here just to add beauty to the stage." -Ben Carson

22. "I would not bring it back in any widespread use." -Ted Cruz on torture

23. "I would bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding." -Donald Trump on torture

24. "I was the first one who said build a wall — not a toy wall like they have now." -Donald Trump


Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics...#ixzz404pKY2Ga


My favorite recent gaffe was when Bush brought out his Mommy to say what a nice, polite boy Jeb was. I waiting to see Trump's head explode. But Trump calling Cruz a p----y and getting a standing ovation is in the lead by far.
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A big earthquake with the strength of 8.1 on the Richter scale hits the Middle East. Two million Muslims die and over a million are injured. Iraq, Iran and Syria are totally ruined and the governments don't know where to start with providing help to rebuild.

The rest of the world is in shock:

Britain is sending troops to help keep the peace.

Saudi Arabia is sending oil & monetary assistance.

Latin American countries are sending clothing.

New Zealand and Australia are sending sheep, cattle and food crops.

The Asian countries are sending labor to assist in rebuilding the infrastructure.

Canada is sending medical teams and supplies.

President Trump, not to be outdone, is sending back two million replacement Muslims.

God Bless the President.
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I figured we all could use a bit of humor with the way this election year is going!

So I just have to say, yesterday when Hillary was standing next to Bernie and declared she would dive right in ,if elected, and fix or repeal (I forget her exact working) campaign reform Citizens United I swear I was waiting for the lighting bolt to strike her!
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LOL Homoe, I think you will be waiting a long time for lightning to strike Clinton for Citizens United. It helps people like the Koch Bros and Karl Rove run their nasty ads against her. She has been the brunt of that ruling more than most, and I have no doubt she would be very happy to see it go.
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I had forgotten but actually the Supreme Court overturned a district court decision in Citizen United which prohibited that organization from advertising a film Hillary: The Movie - which was a very critical film about Hillary Clinton. So it was allowed to air after it was reversed by the Supreme Court. I know this is a joke thread but why would she not want the ruling reversed when she has been so negatively impacted?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizens_United_v._FEC
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Did anyone else see GWB dancing at the Dallas shooting memorial today?? It was, hands-down, the most awkward thing in American news besides the obvious encroaching fascist cheez ferret.

Also... One word: Brexit.

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Also... One word: Brexit.

Was Dubyah drunk or what? I say the next time the Obamas go to a funeral that either Barack or Joe Biden has to hold hands with George. Poor Michelle.
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