Friday, September 21, 2012

He longs for it.


“Romney fascinates me endlessly,” Delaney said before his show at a Montreal comedy festival last week. “He’s such an attractive target comedically because more than any other candidate in my lifetime, he just wants to be president. That’s it! He longs for it. Feels it’s his birthright. I can imagine him getting elected and just saying, ‘Well, that’s that then!’ and staring out a window.”

HERE and HERE.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

I long for Americans to go to work!

Anonymous said...

Couldn't agree more... What are your thoughts on Proposition 37? Here's hoping California leads the way on gmo food labeling. I read The Sacramento Bee is against, because the law proposed is too strict! Oh dear, it actually would require the food industry to label what is in the food, but this will lead to mayhem because people might not buy genetically modified food so the food giants might have to start using non genetically modified ingredients. Now that would be scary, no? I for one want to know if Monsanto's gmo/ge science is in my food. How do you feel?

Anonymous said...

whoops, it was The Modesto Bee, not The Sacramento Bee...

Free Lady said...

Ha! That's why he's flipped around on the issues so much. "What's that? The voters don't want me to be pro-choice? No problem, I'll just be pro-life."

I long to wax Rob Delaney's cartoon chest.

Anonymous said...

I could never pin point that thing about him. But THAT'S IT. the brass ring actually involves WORK *&^%

findingfabulous said...

you nailed it - the whole it is my birthright thing. Clarified the comedy for me.

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It seems to be going for work in sense of comedy.

lindley said...
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Lavender said...

Lindley...you must be joking. Everthing is said here.

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Sarah said...

I really thought Obama would be different, but I'm so saddened that his spending keeps growing, just like Bush's did. I feel tricked, I bought into the whole change, hope, etc.

I don't care if candidates are rich or not. I just want someone to run this country like a business, and maybe then people can get back to business.

Anonymous said...

I just want someone to run this country like a business

Except businesses are not in the business of keeping people employed.

Anonymous said...

Romney is a self-serving Fraud. He attacks the president's foreign policy when he ran away from serving and invests, not in America, but overseas; and attacks economic policy when he stole from the U.S. Treasury by finding his way around the law.

"Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws." - Plato

Tina said...

I doubt I will ever vote Republican again. This has just been too much.

Anonymous said...

I'll never vote Obama again. Give me Bill Clinton any day...or Hillary. Obama is spending as much as Bush, way more than Clinton did. I am so disgusted I don't even want to vote.

Anonymous said...

where are your facts. the Clintons have more money in the Caymans then the Romneys and it is legal. The job of businnes is to make money for their shareholders. I can't believe I read any of these comments; makes me sad and realize how hopeless. Birthright? There are clear differences and ideas how to move our country forward and the country is split in half. Romney paid the full corporate tax rate when he earned the money and invested. When he spent the money from the capital gains he paid another 14%.
that is our US tax code.

Anonymous said...

"The job of businnes is to make money for their shareholders."

No. It's to make things, or provide services, and by so doing to make money.

"I can't believe I read any of these comments; makes me sad and realize how hopeless."

LEARN TO PROOFREAD.

lindley said...
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Anonymous said...

lindley: "I was SO hoping for a politics-free area here."