The Bubble

Occasionally Saturday Night Live hits the target …


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13 Responses to The Bubble

  1. derk says:

    Your fast. Just coming here to post it. Hey, maybe the left is actually catching a clue. Mocking themselves for a change! And it’s funny!

    Liked by 4 people

  2. stella says:

    Reminds me of Portlandia.

    Liked by 4 people

  3. lovely says:

    One of the funniest things I have seen in a long time.

    Liked by 3 people

  4. hocuspocus13 says:

    It tells me that they know and fully understand what is going on and how their way is just not workable

    It leaves the majority out of the bubble for not thinking their way

    Unfortunately they plan on building that bubble in Brooklyn…too close for comfort for me 😉


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  5. auscitizenmom says:

    I thought this was really funny. I find so little of SNL funny.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. Wooly Phlox says:

    This makes me want to get Cable TV again.

    wait for it…

    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!! :snort: HahahahaHAHAAAAA :breathes: BWAHAHAHAAAA!!!

    It was funny, though, and perfect.

    I hope it offended lots of rabbits, and sent them, quivering, to their warrens.

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  7. TwoLaine says:

    Reminds me of the utopian ObamaCare commercials, and a certain state in particular.

    ‘Cover Oregon’ Cover-Up
    A new House report exposes the calamity of implementing Obamacare in Oregon.
    by Peter Roff | Contributing Editor
    8 Jun 2016

    These are the kind of things that I expect President TRUMP and AG Sessions will be looking into and will expect a full accounting of. This is the people’s money. This crap that “we’ll probably never know” how much and how we were ripped off is not going to fly. Didn’t then. Isn’t now.

    “Even after looking deeply into the matter, it’s still not quite clear how Oregon managed to spend $305 million on the construction of a website, something a high school student can do in an afternoon. Granted, a health care exchange is a little more complicated than a blog about music or fashion, but the principles can’t be that different. Multiply this out over 10 or 15 states and you’re not only talking about serious money you’re talking about the kind of potential misconduct which has liberals screaming for heads on the chopping block and serious jail time, when it involves projects they don’t like anyway.

    Just where did all that money go? We’ll probably never know, but hopefully the government will be more careful next time with their spending and the people will be more careful with their votes. A lot of us bought the patent medicine Barack Obama was selling – now we’re paying the real price for it. The problems with the exchanges are just the tip of a very large iceberg. Congress needs to keep looking, not just to apportion the blame, but to institute safeguards to make sure a boondoggle like this never, ever is allowed to happen again.”


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