In this edition of Friday Humor, one can simply follow the Muldoon campaign for your daily dose of humor. For all Republican convention delegates, you probably receive four or five e-mails a day featuring the 30 so-called reasons why Pat Muldoon can win (rather lose) the Lieutenant Governor’s nomination. Well, they have been getting more and more crazier.
Yesterday, Muldoon cited that he is the candidate of change. Candidate of change…why does this sound so familiar? Could it be that current President (who still acts like a candidate) Barack Obama used this as his campaign theme?
“What they clearly haven’t considered … and what Republicans discovered last year to our dismay … is that it may not be the best idea to be the candidate of the tired, old, go-along, get-along, tax-along, spend-along, stumble-along politics when voters are craving change.
Last year, national Republicans had the candidate of “experience,” offering all the familiar GOP code words that worked a generation ago. The GOP attacked its opponent as the least experienced presidential candidate of all time … but he also turned out to be the fresh face offering youth, hope and ideas. We all know how that turned out.”
First, you have to ask yourself why would a Republican candidate call himself, “the candidate of change,” especially since he is a perennial losing candidate (running for Congress…loss, running for various local offices…loss, and soon to be, running for Lieutenant Governor…EPIC LOSS) and sending out 30 loony e-mails per day citing false claims (Muldoon Web of Lies: Part Two will be released tonight).
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