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Feb 08 2013

Politicians May Be Clowns, But…

…comedians are not leaders, even if they are able to exploit flagrant voter fraud to take office. Some photoshopped fun with Al Franken’s campaign against Citizen’s United, a ruling without which there would be virtually no unregulated political speech:

al franken

al franken

Compliments of Matt L.

13 Responses to “Politicians May Be Clowns, But…”

  1. Doug says:

    Okay, let’s add to Stuart Smalley’s list:

    Mother Jones
    Utne Reader
    Sierra Club
    Code Pink
    NBC Universal

    Remember boys and girls, corporations are NOT people!

  2. Kevin R. says:

    What’s a corporation? A corporation is association of people that freely get together and draw up a charter, a contract, a constitution that outlines the organization’s makeup. The corporation is recognized as a entity for legal purposes.

    Very much like the federal government, the state governments, and our local governments.

    The Left is against “corporations” simply because they are knee-jerk reactionaries against capitalism. Corporation is their new word for capitalism. But the government as a corporate entity with a faceless sort of legal life of it’s own is something they fight to own and control.

  3. Son of Taz says:

    FRanken is an idiot, but close on his heels is Massachusetts Governor “Cadillac” Duval Patrick who has banned all driving during the snow storm we’re having today. The penalty for being on the road? One year in jail or $500 fine.

    Patrick is a little mini-me to Obummer and now he’s going to show how tough he can be. As if anyone with two ounces of brains would be driving in a blizzard.

    Wake up America, the Democrats are the party of totalitarianism. They love telling people what to do any chance they can.

  4. StanInTexas says:

    Liberal logic at it’s finest:
    CORPORATIONS are not people and should have no rights.
    UNIONS are people and should have unrestricted rights.

  5. Nick says:

    I work in Minneapolis in the photo industry and my mother’s best friend (a flaming liberal) witnessed vote counters counting votes for Franken when they were actually for Coleman. She thought, ‘this isn’t right’, and left. I wish she was “ethical” enough to report the person, but as long as SHE wasn’t ‘pulling the trigger’, she wasn’t the murderer.

  6. Son of Taz says:

    “Those who cast the votes decide nothing.
    Those who count the votes decide everything.”


  7. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Franken has the media on his side.
    He will have the vast majority of corporate Minnesota
    The wealthy philanthropist donors (such as Dayton’s x wife) from here to Hollywood.
    Not to mention cemeteries full of dead Democrapts, boxes under stairwells and in car trunks full of completed ballots, early voting so it can be done “often”, legions of lawyers to disqualify Republican ballots by the pallet full, and a Soros installed Secretary of State to insure not one of their own are “disenfranchised”

    About the only person more pathetic is the RINO Norm Coleman, who actually found a way to loose to him

  8. Jester says:

    He’s not good enough, not smart enough, and doggone it, people don’t like him.

  9. dan says:

    Minnesota’s state bird is the loon….
    I rest my case

  10. Flu-Bird says:

    Al Feakland is a perfect example of what happens to someones brain when exposed to Liberalism and the Demacratic party

  11. Tax Slave says:

    So, if I have an opinion, I can express it, but if my buddy and I share an opinion we cannot express it corporately?

  12. Tchhht!!! says:

    Sorry, but Franken is not a comedian either.

  13. Valerie says:

    The one man human uplink reporter and jumping out of the desert holes in Iraq suited him more .

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