Wednesday, October 19, 2016

John Oliver eviscerates the third party candidates competing in this election cycle, with some very uncomfortable facts.

Well I've been earning about third party candidates for several months now, and also pointing out their various flaws, but leave to John Oliver to take it to a new level while also making it laugh out loud funny.

Just the sound of Jill Stein singing alone is enough for me to dismiss her out of hand.

Can she not hear herself?

However I might give that Joe Exotic a second look just because I am impressed with a partially crippled southern gay man who stands fearlessly in a cage with lions and tigers as if they are simply over sized house cats.

That seems like the kind of guy that might scare the shit out of Vladimir Putin.


  1. Anonymous4:22 AM

    Well I've been earning about .... ? ah, learning.

  2. Anonymous8:21 AM

    It's sad that we as Americans have surrendered all of our smarts for beliefs. We aren't too far from sacrificing children on a pyramid to avoid any disasters that befalls us. Our poor brains have hit the ceiling and because evolution is on its' own timetable, we have to either rely on adaptation or perish. That, I think is why I am voting for Hillary because I am trying to adapt. A vote for Trump would be a vote for giving up, and surrendering all my Americanized will for a wanna be god. No can do. I won't sacrifice my children for that worthless to humanity piece of shit who thinks he can be the leader of the free world.

  3. Anonymous8:26 AM

    Taco Trucks:

  4. Anonymous8:37 AM

    OT:"ffered her “thoughts and prayers” to the boy "

  5. Anonymous11:02 AM

    I don't see the third parties taking any more votes from Hillary than they take from Donald. Seems to be an even split. In fact, Johnson might be taking a few more of Trump's supporters as when I look at Nate's numbers it seems if Johnson gains a little, Trump loses a little.

  6. Anonymous11:14 AM

    Fox Shep is GAY..

  7. Evan McMillin might have a shot of taking Utah away from Trump. If that were the case, I'm all for third party candidates.

    I doubt Johnson is going to have that much impact. He is likely drawing more ex-Trump supporters than ex-Bernie supporters.

    Bernie can't do much more than he's already doing, urging them to vote for Hillary. If they still won't, then all Bernie did was pull Trump supporters away from him and they're either going back or going to Johnson. In other words, the Bernie supporters that are voting for Johnson were never going to vote for Hillary anyway, so still no loss.


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