There’s no way we’re gonna get through this without a few old-fashioned political jokes. It doesn’t matter what “it” is or what “getting through it” looks like to you. We gotta laugh. So I’ll start it off:
How many bloggers does it take to change a lightbulb? Um, whoever said that bloggers actually do something useful?
If you have a few jokes, please add them in the comments. Please, however, keep it light. It’s long past time to have a little fun with all of this.
How many Republicans does it take to have a party? Three. One to read Breitbart out loud, and two to dance to it.
How many CNN commentators does it take to change a lightbulb? Two. One is pro-light, the other is pro-dark. Neither seems to notice that no one is watching them in the dark.
How many DNC members does it take to change a lightbulb? 2,432. First, there is a walking sub-caucus, where in order to become viable they ….
How many Senators does it take to change a lightbulb? Um, if the Senate is involved, nothing is going to change.
How many Democrats does it take to change a lightbulb? Hard to say, millions seem to want to change it but we can’t tell how many will get off their butts and do it.
You want a political joke? How about HR 6450?
How many Trump supporters does it take to change a lightbulb? None. Trump will say it was changed, and they’ll all take to facebook to tell everyone how bright it is.
How many Sanders supporters does it take to have a party? I dunno, they don’t seem to want to have their own party.
How does Elon Musk change a lightbulb? After months of research and millions of dollars, a bulb so incredibly bright it can illuminate a whole city s developed. Stock in the company goes through the roof. But no one can afford the bulb.
How many Putin agents does it take to change a light bulb? Millions, all posting on facebook to trick everyone else into changing it.
A worldwide survey was conducted by the UN. The only question asked was: “Would you please give your honest opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?” The survey was a huge failure. In Africa they didn’t know what “food” meant. In Eastern Europe they didn’t know what “honest” meant. In Western Europe they didn’t know what “shortage” meant. In China they didn’t know what “opinion” meant. In the Middle East they didn’t know what “solution” meant. In South America they didn’t know what “please” meant. And in the USA they didn’t know what “the rest of the world” meant.
This is so good!