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Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Just wondering

I wonder, just out of curiosity, you understand, and not in any way in a spirit of petty partisanship unbecoming to the civic dignity of this our Great Republic, if the Federal Trade Commission and the Federal Communications Commission could consider the former junior senator from Illinois' statements the other day regarding His eponymous legislation as a violation of the laws governing deceitful advertising on the public airwaves.  It seems likely to me, but then I am not a lawyer and I am sure there must be a loophole that the national Vince from ShamWow can jump through to avoid having the Feds come down hard on Him and all His ilk.

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  • At 2:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Feds? FEDS? He IS the Feds. (Yep, we have a reincarnation of the good old Luis the XIV).

  • At 4:44 AM, Blogger SnoopyTheGoon said…

    "a violation of the laws governing deceitful advertising on the public airwaves"

    I am afraid that it comes under "politician's promises and immunity of thereof" secret addendum to the UN charter.

  • At 9:22 AM, Blogger miriam sawyer said…

    Laws are for the little people.

  • At 10:54 AM, Blogger Dick Stanley said…

    Laws are not for Democrats. Tell Vince to switch parties. Or get a burnt cork and go on the rube in black face.


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