Thursday, December 24, 2015

GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul (No seriously, he's still running.) celebrates Festivus, the fake holiday created for the comedy show Seinfeld, with the "Airing of Grievances."

Now first off the fact that Paul is tweeting this so close to the holiday that most of his constituents believe is constantly under attack might explain why he is sitting so low in the polls.

But secondly they are by no means the most irritated by his mentioning of Festivus.

THAT person is the man whose father invented the holiday, and then used it as a joke while working on the very popular sitcom Seinfeld, Dan O'Keefe: 

The "Seinfeld" writer who coined "Festivus" wants Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to stop tweeting about his beloved secular holiday. 

"I've been tweeting back at him," Dan O'Keefe told HuffPost Live on Wednesday. "I hate the guy. I think he's some sort of lizard that somehow crawled into a suit and somehow's been allowed into the senate."

You know Rand Paul DOES kind of look like a lizard if you really look at him. 

Maybe that is why he cannot grow real hair on his head.


  1. Anonymous9:16 AM

    He reminds me of the Scarecrow in Wizard of Oz, but he never did find his brain. But the jowls....

  2. Anonymous9:18 AM

    I swear it's a contest to see who can be the biggest dickhead.

  3. Anonymous9:59 AM

    OT-Merry Christmas HRC>

  4. Anonymous10:37 AM

    This slimeBALL>

  5. Anonymous11:02 AM

    I've like the idea of Festivus since it first appeared on Seinfeld.

    The GOP has already had the grievances part for months; how bout they now have their very own feats of strength. First up, the Tundra Twat Vs Lizard Man Paul?

  6. Anonymous12:00 PM

    In true American innovation and adaptation, many of us now celebrate Festivus as the reality based version of Christmas. (As opposed to the fake family Gemutlichkeit so many Christianist families promulgate this time of year, only to back bite as soon as the Merry Christmas has existed their mouths.)

  7. Anonymous9:15 PM

    Randy can't have it both ways, protecting the christian holiday while using the revered airing of grievances in Festivus to make political points.
    I wish people would keep it to themselves when it comes to religion, especially over the holidays.
    I'm a full fledged atheist and everyone knows it, my sons in laws to be keep trying and trying, and this year they went too far and fucked up their own holiday, our children's relationship, and my rights to NOT join any organized religion by INSISTING all of us join them at church, the preacher already reserved seats at their request. She spouted off a list of chapters and verses, and thinks a humanist would waste their time reading them. My husband and I invited them over for dinner in the past and they seemed like reasonable people, but somehow have confused "atheism" with "devil worship" in their Bible addled brains. Fear of the unknown and a dash of misinformation, noting more, nothing less.


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