A few about the Demon-rats!
A bus load of Democratic Senators were
driving down a country road to a meeting, when the bus ran
off the road and crashed into a tree in an old
farmer's field. The old
farmer, after seeing what happened, went over to
A few days later, the local sheriff came out
looking for the missing
Democrats, saw the crashed bus, and asked the
farmer where all the
politicians had gone.
The farmer said, "I buried 'em all... out
The sheriff then asked, "Were they ALL dead?"
The old farmer replied, "Well, some of them
said they weren't, but you know
how them Democrats lie."
Somewhere in America, next week
DAD - Son, come in here, we need to talk.
SON - What's up, Dad?
DAD - There's a scratch down the side of
the car. Did you do it?
SON - I don't believe; if I understand the
definition of "scratch the car"; that I can say,
truthfully,that I scratched the car.
DAD - Well, it wasn't there yesterday, and
you drove the car last night, and no one else has
driven it since. How can you explain the scratch?
SON - Well, as I've said before, I have no
recollection of scratching the car. While it is true
that I did take the car out last night, I did not
DAD - But your sister, Monica, has told me
she saw you back the car against the mailbox at
the end of the driveway, heard a loud scraping
sound, saw you get out to examine the car,
and then drive away. So again I'll ask you, yes or
no, did you scratch the car?
SON - Oh, you mean you think you have
evidence to prove I scratched it. Well, you see, I
understood you to mean did "I" scratch
the car. I stand by my earlier statement, that I did
not scratch the car.
DAD - Are you trying to tell me you didn't
drive the car into the mailbox?
SON - Well, you see sir, I was trying to
drive the car into the street. I mishandled the
steering of the car, and it resulted in direct
contact with the mailbox, though that was
clearly not my intent.
DAD - So you are then saying that you did
hit the mailbox?
SON - No sir, that's not my statement.
I'll refer you back to my original statement that I did
not scratch the car.
DAD - But the car did hit the mailbox, and
the car did get scratched as a result of this
SON - Well, yes, I suppose you could look
at it that way.
DAD - So you lied to me when you said you
did not scratch the car?
SON - No. No, that's not correct. Your
question was "Did I scratch the car?" From a strict
legal definition, as I understood the meaning of
that sentence, I did not scratch the car...
the mailbox did... I was merely present when the
scratching occurred. So my answer of "No"
when you asked "Did I scratch the car"
was legally correct, although I did not volunteer
DAD - Where in the heck did you learn to
be such a liar?
SON - From The President of the United
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