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Can George W. Bush Suck Better Than Hillary?

Tip your hat to Robert Morrow, the newly elected chair of the Republican Party in Travis County, Texas. If it’s true that 1.5 million Americans are being prescribed the wrong medication, he’s the poster boy. And a couple years ago, he clearly replaced his daily psychoanalysis session with a Twitter account. Many people have done … Continue reading

One Answer, and All is Explained

      “The trouble ain’t that there is too many fools, but that the lightning ain’t distributed right.” ~Mark Twain Enjoy tonight’s GOP debate. We recommend a bowl of Jolly Time Blast-o-Butter Microwave Popcorn to go with it.      

Happy Birthday, P.T. Barnum

Nobody ever lost a dollar by underestimating the taste of the American public. There’s a sucker born every minute. Without promotion, something terrible happens… nothing! In fact, as a general thing, money-getters are the benefactors of our race. ~Happy 205th Birthday to philosopher and GOP strategist P.T. Barnum ***

Betcha By Golly Wow!

By now, surely you’ve heard the awesome news that Sarah Palin launched her own subscription-based online network — The Sarah Palin Channel — where everyone’s favorite half-wit can reach her huddled masses directly and bypass those pesky “politically correct” media filters. And it’s only $9.95 a month! When we heard the news about PalinTV we … Continue reading

The Lying Nun

Have you ever secretly wanted to be a fly on the wall at a GOP fundraiser? No? Why not? Liberal infiltration at private events is what got us Mitt Romney’s infamous comments about the “47%” and, more recently, Republican Congresswoman Renee Ellmers’ comments that Republicans can reach those elusive lady voters as soon as they … Continue reading

Enter Our Caption Contest and Win a Free Book!

↑CAPTION THIS PICTURE↑ Send in your caption to the picture above for a chance to win a free copy of our new book: “Please Stand By: Lester & Charlie’s 50 Favorite TV Test Patterns“! Captions will be judged by a panel of certified caption experts at Lester & Charlie’s favorite bar, and five runners up … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

Karma’s a Bitch This week, it seems everything backfired. In a desperate attempt to create a modicum of interest in the GOP by suing the NSA, plagiarist Rand Paul filed a suit against the administration. Which, some say, was plagiarized. In a desperate attempt to remain Big Man on GOP campus, Gov. Chris Christie‘s denials … Continue reading

This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

Obama’s State of the Union address gave conservatives a lot of opportunities to run their crazy flags up the proverbial vaginal probe this week. Faced with a Congress in serious need of maximum strength ex-lax®, Obama laid out a plan for legislating by Executive Order — raising the minimum wage for federal contractors, for one, … Continue reading

Yak to Basics

The GOP has been squirming more than usual this week, now that their darling rising star, New Jersey governor Chris Christie, has been “embarrassed and humiliated” on a national stage because of a breathtakingly mean and misguided act of revenge. Some pundits say Christie’s bridge scandal has seriously weakened his chances of securing the presidential … Continue reading

The Rise and Thrall of Paul Ryan

Complete this sentence: Republicans in 2013 were: (a) hijacked once again by the extreme right-wing; (b) getting worse at disguising their racism; (c) hell-bent on destroying the country; or (d) sexier than ever. Wait! Before you choose, allow us to make a case for that last option. After all, consider what 2013 gave us: An … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

The Week in Politics: Stocking Stuffers Just in time for last-minute holiday shopping, some of the usual right-wing suspects have got your back. No, they’re not helping you or your Aunt Mary find a job so you can actually afford to go shopping. But they are producing some affordable stocking stuffers! First up, pizza mogul … Continue reading

This Week’s Video Vault Selection

“Fear is the foundation of safety.” ~Tertullian The GOP is always trying to turn back time and lead us to a more “sensible” era. Here’s one reason! Check out this archive clip on Product Safety!

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