Please stop talking about how Republican presidential candidates smell, or I may turn the entire continental United States into a vomitorium.
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Please stop talking about how Republican presidential candidates smell,
With their noses, I would hope.
I know I’ve sadi this here before, but we’re in for a looooonng campaign given the level of MSM coverage and discourse. Maybe two or three days before the election they’ll mention an actual issue.
Why am I suddenly reminded of the time I worked on a farm.
I’m told that John McCain’s aroma is Lilac Vegetal and unfiltered Camels, while Mike Gravel smells faintly of campfires and sputum. And Ron Paul smells of gunpowder and freedom and a secret fragrance he got from Lyndon LaRouche. How can I choose between those?
This is actually good. For too long, pundits have avoided talking about a candidate’s smell. Face it, few reported the overwhelming stench of failure emanating from GWB.
Failure: It smells like skunked beer and cabbages.
I would think Darth smells like Evil.
It’s all just prep for the possibility that Obama ends up on the Dem ticket, so that the Repellican Party can play on the latent (okay, maybe not so latent) racism in the country. Cause we all “know” that those people smell. Mark my words.
I’ve always thought the campaign trail smelled fishy.
Who knew that GOP stood for Giving Olfactory Pleasure?
(OK, I have to go hurl now. See ya later.)
“And Ron Paul smells of gunpowder and freedom and a secret fragrance he got from Lyndon LaRouche.
Jeff, you crack me up!
On a serious note, though — who smells like teen spirit?
I’m beginning to think the punditosphere have turned into those man-hyenas from Buffy.
Spirited teens, obviously. Next question?
Every Republican candidate smells like a disgusting pig.
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