Thursday, 11 April 2013

Dancing

The closest I ever came to dancing was shock treatment.

George Washington was known for not telling a lie and Mitt Romney for not remembering one.

If a woman's body is her temple, then the Republican's believe it's on government property.

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  1. I really really like the first one...haha

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    1. It's probably the one that's the most accurate.

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  2. I came close to the first one while repairing a kettle!!!!!

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    1. That must have been really hot kettle.

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  3. oh dang, that last one is good...might need to send that to my senator...lol....the first one is funny, ha...and that is how some people dance...

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    1. It's certainly how I feel on the dance floor. When I use the Republican or make fun of a candidate, it can work both ways since congress has become so dysfunctional and candidates change message and positions more than ever. At the moment the Republicans are more guilty of it, but it'll even out in the long run. Romney was stuck between himself and hard place. All these guys think of lying as forms of negotiating or just a way of life. We should hold them all accountable.

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  4. Sadly I don't even think shock treatment would help me, I'd still end up on the floor

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    1. The floor is a good place to be, is harder for people to see you if the place is packed.

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  5. Oh dear, I started out life as a psychiatric nurse and way back, I
    helped with at least 100 shocks a day.
    I could laugh at the other 2.

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    1. I don't mean too be little the treatment, it was an example of how bad I look on the dance floor. I can see how if you're involved in the treatment how difficult those images are. Comedy usually offends someone in some way, unintentional or not. It's the nature of the beast. Comic's are the most offensive to each other and are brutal about the worst things that happen to anyone in the world.

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  6. Romney probably doesn't remember what he said he stood for 14 months ago or 10 years ago, or 20 years ago.

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    1. Yeah, his memory was questionable as were his tactics. Why does the media allow so much lying to go on and not call people on it, any longer? It drives me crazy. They are too interested in getting the story than getting it right.

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  7. When I dance, it looks like I had shock treatment. No rythm here either.

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    1. I look like Frankenstein getting shock treatments.

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  8. And according to Wall Street I own my wife's temple, seeing as how I have 51% stock in her body as majority share holder.

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    1. That's funny. I never quite looked at it that way. So if you sold off her body parts, you would get 51% of the money. In fact you could tell her what kidney to sell. Not bad.

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