Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Nuke the Punchline: The Chair Clint Eastwood Talked To

Harvey over at IMAO has another straight line of the day up, and so it is time to pick the winners of the last one:

The chair Clint Eastwood talked to...

#5 Lactose the Intolerant: ...was the subject of a scathing expose on MSNBC which concluded that it was a racist bigot who enjoyed openly mocking the handicapped, offering candy to diabetic children, feeding seeing eye dogs poisoned meat and intentionally confusing the elderly.

#4 CTCompromise: ...had better responses and more personality than Joe Biden.

#3 Manolo: ...is over-qualified to serve as the DNC chair.

#2 Genghis Khen: ...is not responsible for the empty dog house.

And the best punchline goes to Dohimes:

The chair Clint Eastwood talked to was caught in a motel room bed with Bob Vila and a can of Lemon Pledge.

Congratulations Dohimes!

Now here's a line for you guys to ponder:

The Obama campaign has a new logo...


  1. Amazingly, this one looks even MORE like a toilet seat with a "sanitized for your protection" band across it than the old one did.

  2. Obama's head, smiling, looking right at you.

  3. ..it's a "'12" decal which you can place over the "'08" on your old sign/shirt/bumper sticker, etc. Let's face it, the promises are the same-only the year has changed!

  4. Lactose the IntolerantSeptember 12, 2012 at 12:23 AM

    titled "Unity" and depicts nonwhites linking hands across all 57 states.

  5. Lactose the IntolerantSeptember 12, 2012 at 12:26 AM

    and Barak was going to unveil it to the press, but he couldn't figure out how to upload it to his iphone.

  6. Lactose the IntolerantSeptember 12, 2012 at 12:27 AM

    and it was a stern, mustachioed Obama with the caption: Big Brother Loves You

  7. ...it's similar to the Apple logo, but with a dog.

  8. it represents the world fading to black.

  9. ...because re-branding is the standard practice for products failing in the marketplace.

  10. ...comes with a lot, and I mean A Lot, of fine print and disclaimers.

  11. Well, its not reaaaally new, but he promises he'll change it in the next four years.