Thursday, June 5, 2008

Right change

NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana -- Senator John McCain portrayed himself as the candidate of "right change". "The choice is between the right change and the wrong change," he said.

"No matter what you're buying, you should always count your change. Senator McCain thinks it's very important that you get the right amount of money back," an aide explained. "Also, check down the back of your sofa. I found a dollar fifty three last week. When elected, Senator McCain plans to check every sofa in the White House. Do you have any idea how much the last Hundred Years War cost? And wars are apparently more expensive nowadays. If everyone in America found a dollar fifty three every week, umm... how many people live in America? Let's say a trillion? Okay. Oh wow, is that a penny on the ground? Senator McCain! Senator McCain! I found another one!"

1 comment:

Dana Hunter said...

That's such an accurate depiction it's terrifying. He really is the kind of doofus who would come up with a brilliant idea like shaking down cushions for loose change to pay for his insanity.