And today there is as yet, more evidence that clowns can exceed their wildest dreams and become Senators!
Michelle Malkin’s pointy “laughingstock” to a A real clown takes a Senate seat. And Ed Morrissey’s more apt, Angry clown certified as winner in Minnesota Senate race.
I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and gosh darn it, people like me.
Al Franken as Stuart Smalley from SNL.
Image courtesy of http://www.ajc.com/blogs/content/shared-blogs/ajc/bookman/entries/2008/12/17/maybe_franken_really_is_good_e.html.
Well indeed the people of Minnesota appear to have spoken. Or is that, the voters of Minnesota appear to have scribbled nonsense on their ballots, and the voting board has seen fit to have a sufficient number of them swung to the clown? Challenged ballot examples for feasting eyes here, that may cause serious inability to close eyelids afterwards. And the expose at the Wall Street Journal, “In which every dubious ruling seems to help Al Franken.”
And that is why they call it, Funny Business In Minnesota. Sans make-up, but with clowns nonetheless also running the Canvassing Board and the Secretary of State office. All with the express desire of delivering a court jester to the U.S. Senate floor.
Republican Norm Coleman’s next move is in the air. The Senate will not be seating Staurt Smalley just yet. But most likely he is expected to start having Good Enough sessions, complete with mirror and soft melody backdrop, for the full Senate in the not too distant future.
Stuart Saves His Family Theatrical Trailer
Video embed disabled so CLICK HERE to hearty har, har.
June 29, 2008