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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Presidential Erotica: The Rising of the Caucus

Dear Friends,

I hope this finds you in good health and spirits.

How about those caucuses? While I tend to avoid blogging about controversial subjects, my passions got the best of me. I couldn't help but unleash this baby. Plus, when I posted it on facebook, it evoked prayer from my D.R. (decent Redneck) friend, Chris Martin. He commented "Dear Lord..." Sorry, Chris. Keep praying. Furthermore, a certain female candidate got a bit cocky after the South Carolina caucus. So here we go. May all this caucus talk bring smiles and other pleasant sensations.

Have a good week and stay silly!

71 comments:

  1. Loving this. Feel the Bern indeed. Most exciting comment on the caucus I have heard.

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  2. I am in awe at how well you can come up with all this. very funny and apt

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    1. Thank you, Birgit. I worked long and hard on this one. =)

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  3. I think I'd like to hear you recite this one aloud, Robyn. Especially the 'Harding, Woodrow, Pierce and Polk" line. ;)

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    1. Come to Chico, GB. I'll save you a front row seat at open mic and will do a special version for you - with particular emphasis on the first syllable of Harding.
      Thank you.

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  4. I am so hoping Bernie wins but the stupidity of America is really rearing it's ugly, ignorant head in supporting Trump.

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    1. It really is. But stupidity is much louder than it is competent. No worries.
      #feelthebern

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  5. You make it sound so sexy! Sorry, not touching the Bern with a ten foot pole.

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    1. No worries, Alex. Leave the touching to me. ;)

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  6. Best political commentary ever.

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  7. "Abe Lincoln worked a log with ease"? Ha! Caucus, you barely even know us!

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    1. And yet it fills a void. It's on the rise. It keeps popping up and rearing its head, PVP.

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  8. Well I want nothing to do with the Bern like that, would be grand if he beat the other scat

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  9. Bernie Sanders, sex symbol. It was simply a matter of time.

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    1. Yeah, and I couldn't keep my feelings to myself any longer.

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  10. The ladies want to take me caucusing tomorrow and today is Sadie Hawkins Day. All I want to do is keep my caucus to myself until it blows over.

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    1. I don't blame you, Jono. But men aren't really in control of the caucus movement, are they?

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  11. you made me laugh and that's tough in these crazy political times. Well done

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  12. The old guy Bernie Sanders.
    Holy moley, there's a con.
    He talks, he promises, he panders...
    OH LOOK! MATLOCK'S ON!!!!!

    Yes, yes, this may provoke outrage, I know.
    STILL light years better than Grandma, though.

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    1. Matlock? Wait, what channel?
      I mean, BernBabyBern, Al. FeeltheBern!
      PS Did you see how OLD Grandma looks on the AOL page? Given she spent, what, over $650,000 to have her picture plastered all over AOL, you'd think they'd do a little photo-shopping. But NOOOOO, Grandma looks really wrinkly.

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    1. Thanks, Al. And BTW, that's what Bill said to Monica.

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  14. It's the most fun I've had this election season!

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    1. Yay, leave it to the caucus to lift a gal's spirits.

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  15. Not gonna lie, I am very jealous of that wacky mad scientist hair he has. We're both feeling the Bern (just not in that way (not that there's anything wrong with that)).

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    1. I know. And he always had that wacky mad scientist hair. It was the same, but black, when he was a youngin. Glad you're feeling the burn in a different way. I don't want any cute competition for my man. =)

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  16. You are so clever. I can't imagine how you thought to put erotica into this mess of a campaign. All the mud slinging is making me cranky...more than usual even. Still your poem is very funny.

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    1. I'm glad I can evoke steamy silliness amid the maddening mudslinging. Thank you, Cheryl.

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  17. You make me laugh, Robyn. Well done! :)

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  18. That is the most amusing political commentary I have ever been privy to. :) Well done.

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  19. A more fleshed out comment- you should send this to him! He'll love it, and Lord knows, if Super Tuesday goes like South Carolina, he'll be needing a good laugh...

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    1. You know what? I did. We'll see if he -or his campaign peeps - respond. ;) Thanks for the suggestion.

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  20. Hey Robyn,

    No doubt, you missed my um, award winning comments to your award winning posts.

    Brilliant stuff and nothing like a few cock asses. I think I got that right. You know, over here in the UK, your presidential stuff is often the main news. Trumps the UK news.

    Super Tuesday, sounds like a sporting event...

    I'm going now....

    Gary x

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    1. We'll see how super this Tuesday is, Gary.
      Thinking of you and sending lots of love and pawsitivity.

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  21. A peculiar picture of you and Bernie is haunting my mind right now.

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  22. Is he smiling, Stephen? I know I am. =)

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  23. Fun post. Most amazingly funny complementary.

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  24. Oh, I thought you said, "There's a movement pre-eRection." My bad.

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    1. Premature pre-election movement isn't good either, Jono. Either way, it's important to not get discouraged.

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  25. HA! You are so funny. You are also cray-cray...
    You gave politics a whole new thrust.

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    1. You're very thoughtful to write that I'm funny BEFORE cray-cray. We know cray-cray comes first, and it comes right after the thrusting. Thanks, Pat.

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  26. Oh. My. Goodness. You made politics sound interesting and uhm...exciting. LOL.

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  27. Maybe you shouldn't avoid sensitive subjects because you put a funny spin on things.

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  28. lol Robyn!! That really is funny. :)

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  29. Who knew you had a (grand)daddy fetish? Very cute, Robyn. It made my morning. Rawk that vote! Love you. <3

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  30. I'm going to make this announcement as part of the A-Z Challenge, but I want to give you a sneak preview (wonder how many others will read?). I plan on endorsing Donald Trump for president. NOT because I think he's anything but a dangerously narcissistic orange baboon with bad hair. But, because that buffoon is comedy gold! Grandma would be good (and, by extension, the Boner-in-Chief). Idiot Joe would also be grand (if he got in). Bernie really seems too nice a guy to lampoon. But, The Donald? Hands down the easiest target of them all and the fodder for many, many Captain Captions. Hopefully, I'll be able to get some posts in before he blows up the world.
    So, the comedian in me wants Trump!
    The human in me is terrified, though.

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    1. Please, oh please, my friend, listen to the human in you. Every vote counts and he just kicked out a group of PEACEFUL people where were standing around during at a public appearance. (Not sure where this was). Why did he have them kicked out? Because they are dark skinned. Specifically, they are Black. We've come too far to give the world back to a modern day Hitler-KKK-Racist monster. And comedy gold is comedy gold. We'll have comedy gold from him for a long time to come. Imagine what he'll say when defeated. He probably will have already moved into the White House and won't understand what's going on when told "You're fired, orange mofo." And that hair ain't ever going away. Not ever. Okay, enough said. Love ya. #BernBabyBern!

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    2. Here's the article. Black students attended a PUBLIC rally. They stood peaceful. They were kicked out by a team of police. They asked why and were told, only, "We were told to."
      http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/trump-valdosta-black-students-police

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    3. What I do in the booth is a different story. I'm just going along for the laughs. Sadly, Bernie just won't give me those (which really is a good thing as far as he's concerned-meaning, he's not a clown). Oh sure, I can put together a couple chuckles, but not nearly as many as I can get from the orange baboon.

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    4. Then again, if the world is spared his presidency, Goofy won't go away. The laughs can continue!

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  31. You're testing my knowledge of American politics here, is that Bernie Sanders?

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    1. Yes, Michael. That's my man, Bernie, my older Jewish man. Sexy, right?

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    2. I've gotta be honest... I don't see it ;)

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  32. Enough to make Bernie blush!

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    1. Not to boast, but he hasn't stopped smiling since I posted this, Sage. Thanks for noticing.

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  33. haha Obama on top...pity he cant remain there! He's a stayer!
    Great stuff Robyn!
    xo

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  34. Robyn, you're a funny girl. I can't say I'm burning for Bernie, but you made me laugh. Well done!!!

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