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Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by tutter_fan, Oct 4, 2012.
Maybe that's why we should flip a coin to vote..
AAAAHHHH Geddit? Change...Coin...Wocka Wocka!
This is why I don't touch politics alot not only do I hate it with a passion but I hate choosing sides. And all it is is people trying to outshine the other which in the end neither one is outshining anyone. I always joke when it's election time anyways "time to go vote for the one who's told me what I WANNA HEAR."
Ohhhhhh, I didn't even think of that, lol. Good one!
Like promising more Muppet movies?
Disney would get my vote.
Yeah which candidate is going to fight hardest for the next Muppet movie?
I can see the headlines tommorow
"Man Bites Bird"
Bird sings "What's the Name of that Song?," stumping both candidates.
Well voting for Jason is out of the question now.
Think of the bright side. If Donald Trump was elected, the only thing on TV would be The Apprentice.
The sad thing is you're probably not exaggerating.
I don't think we really have to fear a Romney presidency. I believe this will be the Democrats' "Regan-Era" in that we'll have 8 more years of them in the White House before the tide turns and the Republican party finds their Bill Clinton candidate (minus the scandals, of course) who excites people and looks at things with a fresh perpsective. That's just my prediction based on the high volume of poor candidates in recent years. They need to rebuild their party that their last guy kind of shot to heck.
And Miss America Pagents.
The "Fire That Bird" title would even more appropriate if that was to happen.
Well maybe they'll let Kermit and Piggy host once and awhile.
OK guys, I have to get going. But it's been real! (Real what? I'll let you guys decide...)
I don't think "real" is a word we use here.
Those words were taken out of the MC dictionary, Real, Serious, dull, normal...
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