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Combine “Politics of Fear” and “Teen Talk Barbie” …

And what do you get? Nancy Pelosi:


Math is hard

As Tammy Bruce says, “Botox apparently removes more than the wrinkles from your forehead. Apparently it removes the wrinkles from your brain as well”.

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10 Responses to Combine “Politics of Fear” and “Teen Talk Barbie” …

  • You beat me to it. I was so going to post this.

    For anyone who needs to pithily summarize what’s wrong with Washington, my entry is “Someone as sand-poundingly stupid as Nancy Pelosi could become third in line to the presidency.”

  • teen talk barbie.  Best line ever

  •  <quote>
    Apparently it removes the wrinkles from your brain as well.
    </quote>

    The word is cueball, as in “She’s a cueball alright.”
    Smooth brained and no grey matter.

    Yours, TDP, ml, msl, & pfpp

    • Aren’t the wrinkles in the cortex where the intelligence is situated.  Ok that explains a lot :)

  • Nancy Shmancy has to be, without a doubt, one of the stupidest people who ever served in the House. How this woman got to the point of running a party which then won the majority to make her Speaker shows how bad politics has become in America.

    Then again, the dimwits who vote elected The Clown™, a man wholly out of his element with the US Senate, much less the presidency, who demonstrates each passing day that while he can give a good speech, he knows so little about how to run things that somehow people are amazed when he fuggs up as bad as he continues to do.

    This is what happens when you elect a party of numbnuts to power. You get numbnuts in power. And then you get two or four years of really bad government.

  • Teen-talk Barbie.
    Classic.

    I also want to say, I’m not a fan of the new site. It freezes my computer up. It’s a chore to read or comment.
    I’m using IE 6.

  • There’s so much “wrong” there it’s tough to know what to be outraged about.  She reached for a number out of thin air, and found one that made no sense.  If she’d said something more believable like “500 thousand” would she have gotten away with it?  It would have been just as random.

    And, of course, there’s the outrage that she’s absolutely going to get away with it.  As others have said, if Sarah Palin had done this, it would have been headline news.