Thursday, December 15, 2016

More advice that won't be taken

Mark Hemingway, writing for The Federalist, provides some practical advice for the Democrats:
If you’re worried about an FBI investigation influencing a presidential election DON’T NOMINATE A CANDIDATE UNDER FBI INVESTIGATION. And you really, really, don’t want to nominate a candidate under investigation whose top aide’s husband is also being investigated by the FBI for child pornography who is also allegedly in possession of emails relevant to the candidate’s FBI investigation that he’s keeping on the same computer as his grody sex pics.
I'd also suggest that, for the future, you avoid the following fugitives from Madame Tussaud's:

Youth movement
The 60s are over, man.

1 comment:

Bike Bubba said...

Hard to take that advice, really, when it's clear that the past two Democratic Presidents have been really corrupt, no? They just didn't figure on their candidate not being an accomplished bullsh**ter this time.