I believe mockery is a very useful way of dealing with the political crowd.
They may over-tax, over-spend, and over-regulate, but at least we can deny them the public affection they so desperately crave.
This is why I like sharing anti-politician humor. Even if, on occasion, it means some PG-13 jokes like the meeting between Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer, and some ranchers.
And here’s one featuring “Little Johnny,” the foul-mouthed kid who inevitably says something inappropriate to his class.
Speaking of Little Johnny, here’s a new joke.
Actually, it was probably new last November, but I only saw it recently
A teacher goes around her class asking each of the kids what they need at home?
Joey says “A computer.”
The teacher replies, “That would be very useful.”
Kimmy says “A new lawn mower.” and gets a similar response.
Little Johnny pops up and says “At my house we don’t need nothing!”
The teacher asks him to think again carefully, as everybody needs something.
Little Johnny replies, “No I’m sure. When Obama was re-elected, I remember my Dad saying, ‘Well, that’s the last f**king thing we need.'”
By the way, as you can see from this joke (warning, probably R-rated instead of PG), it’s not as if Little Johnny’s dad had many options.
Here are some additional jokes that also are a bit crude, but acceptable (in my mind) because they target politicians.
- The link between physics and Obama.
- Some sado-masochism on Capitol Hill.
- A bonding moment between Bill Clinton and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
- This not-safe-for-work Obamacare joke.
- The three-part jobs legacy.
- Another risqué Obamacare joke.
Last but not least, I can’t resist sharing the joke about the rabbi and the IRS.