John Kerry Jokebook: Great Editorial from Star Tribune
"A man went to his doctor, who informed him that he was overweight. The patient protested, "I want a second opinion." The doctor replied, "OK, under the Bush administration, Medicare is unfairly prohibited from negotiating with the pharmaceutical companies."I guess it is never too gloomy to laugh a little. Especially with the Democrats' terrific performance on midterm elections.
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A couple in their 80s went to see a divorce mediator. The mediator said, "You've been married nearly 60 years! Why would you want to get divorced now?" The husband answered, "If we'd had children, they might be dead by now thanks to President Bush's refusal to fund embryonic stem-cell research."
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A fellow who had been unemployed throughout the Bush administration came up to me on the street the other day and said he hadn't had a bite for a week. Then he bit me.
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On second thought, I prefer oranges.
A duck went into a pharmacy and asked for some lip balm. The druggist asked what the duck wanted with lip balm, and the duck replied that he wanted to put it on his bill, especially in light of the high cost Americans must pay for health care.
There was a traveling salesman whose car broke down, so he approached a nearby farmhouse to ask whether he could spend the night. The farmer said, "All right, but you'll have to sleep in my daughter's bed. She's away at college, despite skyrocketing tuition."
Campaign 2008 is now resuming! No joke.