Seriously? Both political parties talking preemptive smack barely a week after the election. Partisan politics? Again? So soon? Not even time to catch our breath? For crum's sakes, give it a rest, you guys.
The GOP is going to be duking this one out for a while -- at least until their inner jumping beans settle down.
You think the billion dollars they spent on the campaign just went for voter turnout and ads? No way. Obama clearly hired an army of personal shoppers who knew -- or thought they knew -- what voters like me wanted.
So here they are, the top 10 females who cost Mitt Romney the presidency, each of them representing one of the myriad factors that helped construct the unelectable mosaic that became Bain's Captain of Industry.
How do we deal with the nascent feeling that, somehow, a huge defeat is hiding around the corner with a shiv forged by Karl "Sauron" Rove himself? Well, being very generous, I have decided to make a list of all the things you can do to calm yourself down.
We'll never get the chance to find out what Romney would've really done on his first day in office. (Insert collective sigh of relief.) But before he falls off the radar completely, let's have some fun speculating!
The message: Affirmative Action must be squashed if they are to hold out the wannabes and Justin Beiber. The Reps will help them. The Democrats want to fence them in with welfare and subsidized housing to make them dependent on their party. Wake up.
We couldn't let California go the way of Europe, as well as Japan, India and China (some 50 countries in all) where labeling foods this way is the law of the land. So we swung into action.
How did Romney weather this storm? He pitched in! He got some supporters in Ohio to donate a bunch of bottled water and diapers and cans of tomato puree to the Red Cross and he even helped load up the goods in a Penske rental truck!
However you slice and dice the presidential candidates' performances at the three debates, there's little question that Barack Obama won on the comedy front.
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It's October and it's an election year! So before you pop a Xanax to prepare for all the five-year-olds in Dick Cheney masks knocking on your door and taking your candy, brace yourself for another American political tradition: The October Surprise!
Dear Lord, protect me from these small town diners, And forgive the proprietors, who know not what they serve.