So first Bobby Jindal gave the Republican response to President Obama's speech on Tuesday and sounded EXACTLY like Kenneth the page from "30 Rock". Then Jack McBrayer (aka Kenneth Parcell aka Kenneth the Page) responded to the comparison on a test show for "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." And now an enterprising t-shirt salesman has created the site "Bobby Kenneth 2012" that serves as the first official platform for a complete 2012 GOP ticket.
The site offers the teams "official" views on healthcare:
"We believe all Americans should be able to pay for the best medical care they can afford or, conversely, barter for health care on a moonshine-for-leeches-type system."
And promoting a bird-ownership society:
"Since we were coming up on our pappy's knee, we've known that the anxious twitter of the family bird was the best way to know when demons were afoot."
The site also offers a volcano-monitoring game that doesn't work, because as we all know now, volcano monitoring is stupid. And t-shirts with "30 Rock" slogans like "we want to go there" with a picture of the White House. Check it out.
(Big ups to Jason Linkins for finding this. That's a thing, right?)