Attack of the Blah People

   Just when you thought all of the beyond the fringe candidates like Herman Cain and Michele Bachmann were gone from the race for the Republican presidential nomination, you would be wrong, Goldwater breath.
   Rick Santorum has picked up the bouncing ball and immediately started to stumble as he rushed to pick up some yardage after the kick-off.
   Responding to the positive job numbers and the unemloyment rate dropping a tad for the month of December, Little Ricky said it was because there’s widespread optimism in the country that a Republican is going to take back the White House.
   It’s like Bachmann never dropped out of the race.
   But that wasn’t the quote that got Santorum in a bit of hot water. No, that came from a comment he made the other day in New Hampshire to a group of reporters and supporters.
   Santorum said, “I don’t want to make black people’s lives better by giving them somebody else’s money. I want to give them the opportunity to go out and earn the money and provide for themselves and their families.”
   When listening to the quote, it sounds like he’s catching himself in mid-oops and knew he shouldn’t be saying the word black.
   Santorum defended himself on Fox News and CNN by saying he doesn’t usually use the word black, but rather African-American.
   So was he saying black? Not according to him. He said he used the word “blah.”
   You know, those blah people who live off food stamps and take money away from normal, hardworking Americans, who aren’t blah.
   The blah people. No one knows where their ancestors are from, but they’re kind of persons of color, so their papers should be checked from time to time to make sure they’re in this country legally.
   Their only contrubution to America is the critical response “blah, blah, blah” whenever someone is insulting what another person is saying.
   You probably came across kids of blah heritage in high school. They contributed absolutely nothing to academics. They couldn’t even make the chess club.
   The Beatles made fun of them in their song “Ob-la-di-ob-blah-blah.”
   The blah unemployment rate is 63%.
   Blahs still watch movies on VHS.
   Blahs don’t own cars, they always travel by bus.
   Blahs always vote for Democrats because their hero is Michael Dukakis. But they can be persuaded to vote Republican if they think the candidate is funny looking.
   Blahs like sweater-vests.
   Blahs speak Rick Santorum’s language.
   Rick Santorum is blah.

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