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Sominex, Ambien, Unisom, GOP Convention – is there any difference?

September 3, 2008

Fred Thompson.
No, wait, let’s make him exciting.


hmmmm. Not working.

* F R E D * – * T H O M P S O N * * ! ! ! *

Forget it. As will 99.98% (same as Ivory Soap) of the population that managed to refrain from changing the channel or those too deep asleep to find their remote.

What on earth could be more enticing to a half filled stadium of extremely white, bald, fat, elderly, deaf, toothless GOP delegates who had just enough energy to realize which sign to raise on cue? At least those not following the lead of Hookers and Blow from the night before.

Joe Lieberman.

Amazing. The GOP outdid itself. They found someone even less exciting and less appealing than Fred. Joe did manage to mangle his facts, claim that some trips to Iraq (with 4 blackhawk choppers, 100 heavily armored and armed troops) was simply a shopping trip, not a PR move. Yet, when a democrat does Berlin, you can and should ignore it.

Kinda like when a 16 yr old family values daughter gets herself in a family way, it reinforces their family values, but when an inner city or rural girl finds herself in the same way, it is a failure.

Hippo hippo, wait, it will come to me. Hippo-cracy! Looks like an elephant, by the way.

8 Responses to Sominex, Ambien, Unisom, GOP Convention – is there any difference?

  1. pollchecker

    September 3, 2008 at 11:55 am

    I tried as hard as I could, I just couldn’t stomach the disinformation and propaganda from these men. I had to change the channel before I threw a shoe at the TV and broke it.

  2. lakelady96

    September 3, 2008 at 11:11 am

    Debbie L.

    I had to leave the room. Just wanted to throw up.. I think they had their attacks wrong – they were describing the Republican party more than the Democrats – Tax and Spend!!!!!!!! We weren’t in this mess till Bush took over the White House..

  3. Janice

    September 3, 2008 at 11:41 am

    I tried to watch it too, but failed. Lies told by sleezy liars.. the new GOP.

  4. JudyB

    September 3, 2008 at 3:29 pm

    It’s too bad some of you couldn’t stomach the dynamic talks last night..you would have learned these things about McCain that you may not have heard before (If you Were comatose):

    1. That McCain was a POW.
    2. McCain was a POW for 5 yrs.
    3. That McCain was a POW for 5 years that turned down
    an early release.
    4. That McCain was a POW who had his arms broken.
    5. That McCain was a POW for 5 yrs. and that he is
    capable of leading this country.
    6. That McCain was a POW and genuine war hero.
    7. That McCain does not like talking about his time as a
    POW. (What???)
    8. That McCain knows the importance of having troops in
    Iraq and what it takes to win this war.
    9. McCain was a POW, had both arms broken, was
    offered an early release by his captors but didn’t
    take it, Is a “maverick”, was a genuine war hero, had
    his arms broken but not his courage (Bush & Thompson)
    10. That GWB loves & respects his parents. (had to throw
    that surprise in)

    “Every hero becomes a bore at last.” Emerson

  5. bryan mcclellan

    September 3, 2008 at 4:07 pm

    I tried to take notes but my pen kept spouting four letter words and the urge to take a dump and spew overwhelmed me and saved my telly from sure destruction.

    Bush Sr kept looking at his watch while Jr was babbling on which was the only highlight.I’m sure he/Sr was wishing he could turn back time and use that gross of condoms.

    Laura appeared to be handling the Xanax nicely also.

    Oh, and johnny boy was a POW…That ones for you JudyB

  6. acf

    September 3, 2008 at 7:18 pm

    Bush Sr kept looking at his watch. Yikes, shades of his debate with Bill Clinton. Actually, I thought he just fell asleep mid speech.

  7. theLidoShuffle

    September 3, 2008 at 7:04 pm


    let it contaminate my soul. I would not darken my life with one moment of it.

    Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.

    George Washington

  8. ekaton

    September 3, 2008 at 8:32 pm

    I don’t know if its true but I heard John McCain was a prisoner of war. Actually John McCain himself said so when David Letterman asked him how many houses he owned. His reply was, “Seriously, I was a prisoner of war, and I didn’t have a table.”

    — Kent Shaw