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Chickenhawks or Chocolate pudding?

hqdefaultThere is yet another debate tonight for the Republican candidates, as if we haven’t heard enough of them trying to out-mean each other.

I don’t think I’ve heard anything new from the GOP candidates in the past 42 debates. Some of them seem to think that government should be run like a business. But that’s wrong. It should be run like a UNION. You know, widows and orphans, good wages, decent pensions, credit unions?  But whatever. I think the non-bigoted Republican voter (they do exist) is completely capable of figuring this out for themselves.

In the meantime, I have to ask myself if watching Marco Rubio trying to take down Donald Trump is more or less entertaining than a Warner Bros cartoon. (Dude!, You’re behind in Florida, FLORIDA! You’re a senator from Florida and Floridians don’t even want to vote for you.)

Or would I rather snuggle up in bed, download The People vs OJ Simpson and eat chocolate pudding while it’s still warm?

 

Tip: go easy on the salt in this recipe. I also added about 2 tbsps of honey. Delish.

So, what’s your plan?

Tell me in the comments.

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One Response

  1. Watch the Republicans and eat half the chocolate pudding. Then watch OJ Simpson and eat the other half. That way you get the most of both.

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