Republican Humor

1 comment October 22nd, 2009at 07:57pm Posted by Eli

The funniest thing about Republican comedy is that they’re at their most hilarious when they’re not trying to be.

Intentional (from the RNC’s own blog, no less):

With an ever-increasing number of Czar appointments by President Obama, it has become clear that no position is too absurd. In an effort to assist in adding another cumbersome bureaucratic layer to government and to help properly ensure the basic human right of friendship to all Americans, a new Friendship Fairness Czar has recently been appointed.

Tasked with the daunting responsibility of making sure that every  Facebook user is equal, this new Czar will help redistribute the wealth of friendship from those who are too popular to those who are poor in friends.

(…)

Details of how the position of Friendship Fairness Czar works are superfluous. The Czar may or may not have been properly vetted.  The most important thing is that disparity in the number of Facebook friendships is ended.

Czars are unaccountable and socialist!  We know what Facebook is!

Unintentional:

Lamar Alexander explaining that the Obama White House is much tougher than the Nixon White House.

Jonah Goldberg “dreading the anti Liz Cheney onslaught” because “She’s so plainly good people.”

If they just stop trying altogether they’ll look like comedic geniuses.

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1 Comment

  • 1. shortstop  |  October 25th, 2009 at 9:36 am

    This is what happens when the dorky kids that everyone felt sorry for, but not sorry enough to actually be nice to them, grow up, gain power and think they’re now “one of the guys” despite never actually having been socialized.


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