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ED ANGER: AL FRANKEN IS A CLOWN!

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I’m madder than a diabetic with a deep fried candy bar!

So that Al Franken guy finally got himself elected in Minnesota. I still can’t believe it, even though these are the same people who let a pro wrestler run their state for a while!
You look at Minnesota and think the people there must be pretty normal.
We get fooled cuz they’re so nice and polite and Lutheran. When they do something like elect Al Franken, you start to wonder what’s really in those cheese curds. Has all that snow frozen their brain cells?
We make fun of all the fruitcakes down in San Francisco, but isn’t Minnesota just as crazy? The only difference is in Minnesota they don’t walk around wearing bare ass leather pants cuz they’d get frostbite on their behinds!
Well, now the rest of us have to suffer, listening to Al Franken for the next how many years. He’s the biggest commie going, and the only thing worse than a commie is a loud mouth commie.
Back in the good old days, commies at least had the sense to keep their mouths shut and take the Fifth. Now they’re the ones in charge, forcing the rest of us to shut up! What a nightmare!
It’s hard for old Ed to get to excited about Independence Day this year, that’s for sure. Seems these great United States are getting turned into Soviet Americastan by the Teleprompter Kid and his commie crew!
The good news is, there’s gonna be more than a thousand of those Tea Parties this Forth of July all over America! I say we start by dunking Al Franken in Lake Superior! Who’s with me??

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12 thoughts on “ED ANGER: AL FRANKEN IS A CLOWN!”

  1. 4th of July will be a time of reflection this year, at least for me. The only problem I have with your article Ed is your inaccuracy. Al Franken isn't a communist, he's a globalist, and believe it or not, there is a difference, albeit a small one.

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  2. It is called Democracy Dude! The people of the great state of Minnesota have spoken and the American thing to do is to respect them and their desire for change. It is easy for blabber mouths like yourself to spit trash to see some cable time or sell some ads, but the truth is Americans are trying to survive the Bush/Cheney era of lies, spend, and spend. We are moving forward with your blessing or without it.

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  3. I'm not sure if it was democracy that got Franken elected. Was there some "irregularities" in the recount, including hundreds of votes for Franken mysteriously found in an election official's car?

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  4. Back in 1976, long before I knew anything about Al Franken's politics, I was a 15 year old "Saturday Night Live" fan who'd laugh at almost anything.
    But even then, I knew that it was time to turn off the TV and go to bed the second Al Franken and Tom Davis hit the screen! Even Horatio Sanz and Melanie Hutsell look at his work and wonder, "How the hell did THAT no-talent loser ever get a gig on SNL?"

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  5. You hit the nail on the head astorian! I used to watch SNL back in the 70's, and I thought the same thing. Whenever Franken and Davis came on to do a skit, I would leave the room until they were finished. Those two were never funny, just boring.

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  6. For all of you who seem to enjoy thinking Al Franken is some kind of moronic clown, you need to check the facts. He got a degree from Harvard (do you have one .. from anywhere?). He was a writer as well as a performer and that takes some talent — were you ever on TV? (Not talking about the local news police segment.) Finally, remember that the rightwing's sainted idol, Ronald Regan, played second banana to a chimp ("Bedtime for Bonzo") and pitched Boraxo soap powder in TV commercials.

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    • Actually, I have a B.A. in political science from Indiana University. Which I'll admit, does not hold the clout or respect that an Eastern Establishment, Ivy league school such as Harvard demands, but I'm still confident in my ability yo discern between a Globalist(i.e Dems and Reps) agenda, and the original intentions of our founding fathers political intentions. Franken believes in Globalism (i.e., global governance). The bigger problem is, so does the supposed "opposition": meaning Republicans. The problem with elitist like Franken is their belief that we, as American citizens, would be lost without their "Ivy League" hegemony.

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