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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.

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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