RICKY NEEDS A SHARPIE!
okay, for real, people. You CANNOT make this stuff up! Comedy writers everywhere are going to be put out of work if DJT keeps up at this pace. This has me laughing so hard… I mean LOL, LMAO, ROTFL and PIMPL laughing. (In case you don’t know those last two that would be, rolling on the floor laughing and peeing in my pants laughing… yes, I really am! I peed my darn pants and spewed Mr. Pib right outta my nose when I heard this!)
Surely the entire country remembers the moment that ruined Perry’s presidential bid? There were THREE things he wanted to cut... Department of Education, Department of Commerce and Department of… ummm… oops. Yes, Perry said, “oops!” about that third thing he couldn’t remember on that fateful day…
Fine, yes, it was a senior moment, we all have them! (Right? Please tell me I am right about this… we ALL have these??? It’s not just me and Rick Perry, is it?) So, yeah, I’m okay with that! And kudos to ol’ Rick-the-Dick for being big enough to admit that he had waaaaaaay too much floating around in his addled brain that day…
But, oh lord bless my soul… It was THE DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY that he wanted to cut. And now he is being catapulted into the boss-man position????!!!! Oh Rick, honey, you’re gonna need a sharpie.
After all, how in the hell are you even going to remember where you work for pity sake?
I can see how Monday mornings will be difficult.
So go ahead, just grab that sharpie and write it on your forehead… “NRG”
…no one will judge you, I promise. And then, every now and then or as needed, just glance in the mirror.
As for some helpful advice for the rest of us poor unfortunate souls?
I got nothing.
God save us all.
A lovely walk down memory lane for your enjoyment…
“I will tell you, it is three agencies of government when I get there that are gone. Commerce, Education, and the – what’s the third one there? Let’s see,” Perry said in November.
Mitt Romney tossed a suggestion Perry’s way by saying “EPA,” but Perry knew it wasn’t the right one and continued to think of the answer.
“The third agency of government I would – I would do away with, Education, the…,” Perry said.
Another person on stage volunteered Commerce.
“Commerce and, let’s see,” Perry said trying to think of the third agency. “I can’t. The third one, I can’t. Sorry. Oops.”