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Ah, that last one is so sweet. It hits me right in the...funny bone. :) Thanks, Noname, for yet another great way to start my Sunday.
nonamedufus said…
My pleasure. Lots of Weiner references this week. But they kinda Palin comparison to the Sarah shots.
00dozo said…
"...attack Pearl Bailey..." Ha! How on earth did she get to be a Governor? It boggles the mind.

I wonder if snickers are now heard in the House when Weiner is called upon.

All good 'toons, as usual!

;-)
00dozo said…
I think he was just living up to his moniker.

;-)
nonamedufus said…
You'd think the guy'd just "limp" away quietly.
nonamedufus said…
Hahaha...very good, 00dozo, very good!
Cheryl P. said…
Great picks...I know other people are saying that they are sick of the Weiner jokes. One in a lifetime is anything that "meant to be" from a comic point of view. I am still thinking it is pretty hysterical.
Palin on the other hand, I find no humor in her (I do find humor in making fun of her though). I am surrounded by people that adore her and keep saying crap like "she is such a breath of fresh air". I am now holding my breath.
nonamedufus said…
I don't know about you but I really relish Weiner's misfortune.

If Palin's a breath of fresh air then cow farts smell like roses.
Jayne said…
I love the one of Palin reading to the kids. It was a good week for comedy.
quirkyloon said…
Man boobs! Ay, yi, yi! Man boobs!

hee hee

Great choice, once again, dear Nomesters!
nonamedufus said…
Yes, it was. It is every time that woman opens her mouth.
nonamedufus said…
Boy, doesn't take much to get you going!

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