Playground Politics

Obama: Paul Ryan’s Budget Is A ‘Stinkburger’

 | by  Paige Lavender  04/02/2014
 
“…’If they tried to sell this sandwich at Zingerman’s [Deli], they’d have to call it the “Stinkburger” or the “Meanwich”,’ Obama said…”
 
Ryan flubbed by failing to point out that “You should know.  You love stinkburgers so much you want to marry one!  Barack and a stinkburger sitting in a tree; K-I-S-S-I-N-G…”  Casting doubt upon his fitness for the high office to which he is rumored to aspire, he responded with a weak “Takes one to know one.”
 
Fellow Republican presidential aspirant Rick Perry released a statement that noted that “The record clearly shows that both men eat boogers.”
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      • Prepositions are fine to end a sentence with. That’s one of the things they’re for. However, there’s always some redundancy involved whenever one says the same thing twice again.

        IOW, the “to which” takes care of the ultimate “to.”

        Which, recalling the initial post itself, brings up the question of who might use terms like “doo-doo” and “tu-tu” in the high-level exchanges in question.

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