The one on the left is for ones that already have their own billionaire.
Rad-ish, totally agree. Hmm, Bourbon and branch; pouring the drink for the Republican Legislative branch, and aimed at the Executive? (explains their rationales)
But- but she was a CEO! That means she’s automatically qualified to lead the nation! Sure, she oversaw a disastrous merger that lowered the company’s stock value by half, as well as ordered thirty thousand layoffs- but those are just liberal talking points! (Just ask Harleyquinn!)The point is that she has more money than you, and is therefore better than you!
The right seems quiet on this ‘toon. They may agree it’s too true to be so funny.
I thought the Line on the Right was pretty much All of them..
So maybe they should do it the Conservative way, by selling DTLs (Debate Ticket Licenses) as a flat fee for the right to buy a ticket. Then ya charge a non-refundable per-event ticket price inversely proportional to their approval rating among a pundit panel secretly elected by the plutocrat donors..If they can shake you down at the NFL, why not the RNC?
So Unwise orator rejects all GOP candidates in blanket fashion. How open-minded. Especially since several of them were left out.
Two lines for the Democrats also-Hilary Clinton and the non-billionaires. Also those who haven’t been caught repeatedly grafting and telling baldface lies. Oh well, at least the Demos don’t segregate by race. They’re all white libs!
I honestly don’t understand why its bad to have a lot of candidates run. If there were only 2 from famous families people complain. If there are lots of them people complain. If thousands of people want to run for president…let them. The voters will have a choice and political parties will have to adapt….which are both good things.
I’d definitely agree with you that Huckabee has no chance (especially in light of the added scrutiny). However, you said a few days ago that you’d vote for any of the Republican candidates. Still stand by that? It looks to me like this Republican primary is akin to pre-season exhibition political games, and most of these turkeys will drop out before the debates even start.