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(Talking Points Memo) NewsFlash Bobby Jindal Was Running For President?   ( divider line
    More: NewsFlash, United States, Bobby Jindal, Republicans, GOP rival New, President of the United States, Wisconsin Gov., George W. Bush, Republican Party  
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2015-11-18 2:37:21 PM  

DrunkenYodaZen: I am from Louisiana and I still want to say, "Who?".

heh.  What the hell is going on down there, anyway?  Sounds like your state is one small step ahead of Kansas, for crying out loud!!

/loves me those cajuns
2015-11-18 3:58:37 PM  
It's about time the GOP deported him back to Syria with the rest of the non-Christian terrorists.

What? Too soon?

Too close to home?

Not weird enough to count as satire in the current religio-political context?
2015-11-18 4:02:57 PM  
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Who painting this painting? Al Jaffee?

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Not that this is an original observation. Google always beats me to the joke, the word, or the fact.
2015-11-18 4:06:18 PM  
When it comes to parody fodder, Alfred E. Neuman is second only to Beavis & Butthead. It is amazing how many people can be turned into Beavis & Butthead with only a small tweak.

This just about covers the entire slate for 2016:

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