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Should schools teach Rick Perry?

Yee-haw!

Most of this post was written Tuesday morning before Iowa caucuses got around to doing their thing…

Somewhere out there, right now, as I write this post, Rick Perry is in Iowa. He has dropped to the deck to flop like a fish. And he’s saying inane shit like, “I don’t have any doubt that if it is just me and Mitt Romney who the Republican primary voter is going to pick all across this country. They are going to pick the true, authentic conservative, not a conservative of convenience that Mitt Romney is.”

He also said he feels “very good” about his chances in Iowa today.

Isn’t it cute? It thinks it can win. It puts the lotion on its skin.
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First! (Political Style)

On YouTube it is common for someone quick enough to be “first” to comment. Thus the “first” internet meme was born.

Proving once again that humans never grow beyond the mental age of kindergarden students, so-called “politicians” in New Hampshire and Iowa are engaged in a pissing match to determine who will vote first in the presidential primary.

Or, as I like to describe it, a contest to see which state’s voters will be marginalized the most.

Get to it, kids!

When asked for comment, the Terminator said, “Fuck you, asshole.”