Monday, February 1, 2016

Captain Caption LXXXII



"Let me be clear.  This morning, as we begin the process to deny
 Hillary Rodham Clinton the Democratic nomination, I want to thank
 Al Penwasser for including me in his delightfully outrageous
  Captain Caption.  I consider it a great honor."

"Oh, yeah?  Not so much.  Al Penwasser and his
obnoxious Captain Captions have done
nothing to enric...hey, you gonna eat that?"


"MAKE AMERICA GREAT!
MUSLIMS, WETBACKS, BIMBOS, MEXICO,
CHINA, DEALS, PROSTATE EXAMS! I CAN DO IT!
BELIEVE ME!"











46 comments:

  1. My aunt is an avid Trump fan. She posts long raves about how awesome he is on FB book but then no one responds and then she's the only one that comments...to her own posts. It's just like watching him promote himself. It's sad. My poor aunt.

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    1. I really try to avoid little Facebook spats (not always successful, however). They're mostly pointless.

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    2. I ignore FB spats. I'm always right, anyway.

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    3. I really try to. You may notice I mostly don't start my own (serious) Facebook threads. I'll answer serious ones (I like reading them), but I rarely get into a protracted "mindless Facebook spat."

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  2. How many burgers do you think Christie can stuff in his mouth at once?

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    1. Let's ask Mr. Owl.
      "One...two...three. Three."
      Apparently, Mr. Owl is full of shit.

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  3. Caucus sounds like a lot of phlegm in the throat. I promise corn for everybody

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  4. You're the one making America great Al. One Captain Caption at a time.

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    1. I would like to found the "Don't Be An Asshole" party.

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  5. His fingers are signalling that something is small in the first one, sure not Christie or Trump's ego lol

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    1. I missed that! Darn it! I am so ashamed.

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  6. Trump scares me. So does Clinton. This is what happens when crazy people and law-breakers run for office.

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    1. I have a very bad feeling about Trump. I'll be honest. Some of what he says resonates with me. I liken it to having a beer with a guy who blathers on and on about how effed up things are. But, I like to think I'm a reasonable person who believes we don't need a bar buddy for president. What terrifies me is that a significant number of people DO think we do.

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  7. Can't wait until this day is over so we can all get back to ignoring Iowa.

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    1. Don't get me wrong. Even though I've never been there, I'm sure I'd like Iowa.
      But...yeah.

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    1. Especially if you like junior high school humor.

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  9. When I see that Trump pic, I think: "Hey Rocky! Watch me pull a rabbit out of my hat!" Wrong mouth, but right voice.

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  10. See, Bernie is the smartest of the bunch. Yeah, like that means anything. I think Trump is pissed off at Christie for renaming the Krispy Kreme the "Christie Kreme." Either that or he's pointing towards Canada and calling those polite, peaceful Canadians a bunch of f*ktards.

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    1. I think you know my position on these folks. I really don't think that Bernie is all that smart. I would love it if everyone would happily help their fellow man (and woman) providing everyone else did the same. But, human beings being who they are, it just won't happen. In theory, socialism is swell. In practice, well, there's that human thing. YOU may be compassionate, I may be compassionate (if wacko), but there are millions who would never be. Viewed in that light, I think he's a crazy old man. I'd love to be proved wrong. THAT BEING SAID, I believe he's the most honest of the bunch. Nuts, but honest. In a race between he and Grandma, he'd get my vote a million times over. Trump? Yeah, he's crazy and dangerous. Christie? Only dangerous to doughnuts.

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  11. Many of my wacky relatives voted for Trump. A couple went for Cruz. On the flip side, some went for Sanders, some went for Clinton.
    As a thank you for recognizing him, Sanders should fry you some chicken.

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    1. If you read my comment to Robyn, you'll get my feelings about Sanders. He has my admiration for being honest about who he is. But, he preaches a nice fairy tale. I was happy to see Trump come in second. I'm a little leery about Cruz (undecided though). I actually think I like Rubio. I feel bad about Carson. He seems like the most decent man in a field of snake oil salesmen.

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    2. Sanders= fried chicken=KFC
      Carson is just too nice and that is sad.

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    3. I just read that Cruz's people were telling caucus goers that Carson was leaving the race so they should not vote for him. As far as Cruz goes, the fact that Steve King endorses him is a big NO to me.

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    4. I just notched another entry in the Cruz "No" column. The field is winnowing down for me.

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  12. A vote for Trump is a vote for anarchy. I'm voting Trump.

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    1. If Sanders gets in: I hope I'm wrong.
      If Trump gets in: I hope I'm wrong.
      If Christie gets in: I hope there's enough doughnuts to go around.

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  13. What to say, what to say, I have no idea what to say, the only idiot here I have heard of is Trump how sad is that

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    1. It's not sad. You're from Australia. The fact that you know even that much is impressive. The problem with American-centric Captain Captions is that good people like yourself have no idea what I'm talking about. But, still, I'd rather be in Australia.

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  14. Did Trump really say he hates losers? Because I heard he just lost, which must mean he hates himself. I think he should date an orang-utan to regain his self-esteem.

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    1. He's spinning it so that a second place finish is a good thing. This is going to be a very long year.

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  15. Oh my...they all look like half-baked eggs. personally, I think one should draw a little black mustache under Trump's nose

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    1. Like a Charlie Chaplin one or one from a "He Who Shall Not Be Named" from Germany?

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    3. Isn't that Histler? Numbscal? Asswipe?? Too rude?

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  16. Who is the bloke with the Guinea Pig on his head?

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    1. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..........it's a long story.

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  18. A heart-felt plea from a bloke in the UK - PLEASE DO NOT ALLOW DONALD TRUMP TO BECOME THE MOST POWERFUL MAN IN THE WORLD. Thank you.

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    1. I'll do what I can. He would be the only Republican that would cause me to cast a "write-in."
      Well, him and Bush. Although, you'd have a better chance of seeing a President Penwasser.

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  19. People are people, it's the system that is jacked up. The system has to change. Having said that, I have no idea how to change it.


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    1. THAT is a VERY TRUE statement. I just want to be left alone.

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