Thursday, May 24, 2012
So anyway, as he continues to draw lines on his Etch A Sketch, Flipper's I am just a normal centrist tour continues. Believe it or not, in America, normal people want to relate to little black children. And Americans like to see that type of thing from their leaders; it shows that they are empathetic and caring. American independents have always had a soft spot for you Negroes, and now that Flipper is trying to get their vote, hanging out in a West Philly charter school with a bunch of school kids makes for a wonderful photo opportunity. You are a long way from Utah, Flipper.
Of course,as is to be expected, it wasn't all a bed of roses for Flipper. Some of you Negroes were out there giving him an earful. -I guess you remembered all the stuff that went down in the republican primary.- You told him, in no uncertain terms, that his Pollyanna view of education reform just won't work in the real world, and that class sizes do matter. I hate to break it to you Negroes, but Flipper didn't hear a word you said.
Those little kids might not be able to relate to Flipper like the little boy in this picture with his Oness, but hey, at least one day they can say that they were a line on an Etch A Sketch board.