Gop-Spin the Barack-Ness Monster

Watch this, then tell us what the Republican Spin on it will be:

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6 Responses to Gop-Spin the Barack-Ness Monster

  1. janicot says:

    The trouble with this GOP-Spin game is that it is by definition a no-win situation.

    Conservatives are notoriously humor-challenged and the people who answer your contest will try (often successfully) to be clever and funny. There is no overlap between these two groups.

    The only way you can successfully predict the GOP behavior in any given situation is by a variation of the ‘even-a-broken-clock’ principle. When the GOP air-balls so bad that they wrap back around to meet ridiculous humor coming the other way.

    The amazing thing is that this will actually happen — so I guess I have to admit that I appreciate your idea after all.

  2. Trebuchet says:

    He wants people to be able to go to college? Elitist!

  3. Drivebyposter says:

    What is slow jamming? Is that some sort of black thing?

  4. Francisco Bacopa says:

    What is slow jamming? Is that some sort of black thing?

    What? You’ve never heard of The Quiet Storm? KMJQ has had a Quiet Storm format a couple of nights a week for about 35 years now.

    I don’t really know how the conservatives will spin this. Whatever they do it won’t get traction outside their base.

  5. Zinc Avenger says:

    WHY WAS HE SPENDING MY TAX MONEY ON BEING ON TV INSTEDA OF LOWREING TAXES ON JOB CREATORS??

  6. Drivebyposter says:

    What? You’ve never heard of The Quiet Storm? KMJQ has had a Quiet Storm format a couple of nights a week for about 35 years now.

    I was referring to this

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