Sunday, May 10, 2009

America's newest comedian
Dick Cheney


First it was Al Franken, then Glenn Beck. Now our former vice president has become the nation’s newest politico funny man. He’s saying he believes madman Rush Limbaugh makes a better Republican than Colin Powell. Listen to his jokes, “"If I had to choose in terms of being a Republican, I'd go with Rush Limbaugh. My take on it was Colin had already left the party. I didn't know he was still a Republican.” Seinfeld couldn’t be funnier.


Cheney was half of the team that sold this country into Communism by taking over the banks, auto industry and national media. Now that he broke up that act, he’s going it alone. He even has a MySpace page. He must be doing the comedy circuit. Has anyone seen his show during college graduations? Were Martin or Lewis as funny as Cheney is now?


He breaks me up. He says Jeb Bush should be given a bigger role in the Republican Party. Cheney, you’re hysterical. Can’t wait to see the stage act. What does he say about his homosexual daughter? That should be a real knee slapper.


Does he open by walking out on stage with a gun and asking the audience if they want to go hunting with him? How about a fake heart attack? Then does he show the pacemaker like Lyndon Johnson showed his scars? Does he make the biggest joke of all, that Sarah Palin should win the 2012 election? Cheney’s so funny.

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Just updated. Rumor has it Cheney is opening for Jay Leno's Ohio show for the "jobless" that Cheney engineered their creation - creating millions of unemployed. How funny.

2 comments:

  1. Hey stop with the negative comments about my former Vice President!

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  2. Mad:

    You're absolutely correct. If Glen Beck and Cheney are successful, they could put a show on television late Saturday and call it Saturday Night. Unbeknownst to most, the show Saturday Night Live belonged to Howard Cosell. That's why Saturday Night (not Cosell's SNL) began with, "Live From New York"). At the time they could not call it Saturday Night Live.

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