Two Democrats, a Bedtime Story…
Dem1: I can’t sleep
Dem2: What’s wrong
Dem1: Well, there was this old guy talking to a chair. He said President Obama was in the chair. I couldn’t see the President, but the guy kept talking to him
Dem2: The President wasn’t really there
Dem1: Are you sure, it sounded like him
Dem2: I am sure, only liberal press are allowed to interview him. Security would have never allowed it now go to bed
Dem1: I can’t. I’m scared
Dem2: I told you, it wasn’t Obama
Dem1: No, it’s not that. Well, it is a little, but that other guy, Mitt Romney – he said he has ideas. Big Ones. I’m afraid
Dem2: No, no. There are no ideas left, the President and DNC have told us they are out of ideas. No new ideas, especially big ones
Dem1: What if the GOP has new ideas? What if they get out? I think it’s under my bed. Will you check?
Dem2: It’s not under your bed. I told you – no new ideas, we’re all out
Dem1: Paul Ryan has ideas too. What if it comes out in the middle of the night? Without talking points from the DNC I won’t know what to think. How do I think?
Dem2: There will always be talking points, you don’t need to worry about thinking
Dem1: Can you check my closet? What if it is in the closet?
Dem2: No, Obama let everything out of the closet. It was in Newsweek.
Dem1: I am still afraid of this idea thing. I haven’t had to think in 4 years. My Obama poster is watching me too
Dem2: Listen, you live at home on your parents healthcare. By the time that runs out you’ll have a Gov’t union job and only need to work 20 years before you can retire with full benefits paid by the taxpayers. What is there to worry about?
Dem1: That I’m not really better off. That this is a dull, adventureless journey from one entitlement to the next, a government-planned life, in a country where everything is free but us, is free but me.
Dem2: Maybe we can leave the hall light on tonight