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Thanks Tucker!

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You know, I used to think that Barack Obama would make a vastly better president than the Donald (or even the Donalde), but if a washed up sixth-string child star thinks otherwise, I might have to reconsider. Maybe Mickey Kaus can find out what the kid from Family Ties thinks about Herman Cain.

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  • I continue to be amused by people who apparently choose to look as if their head’s been shaved due to the lice infestation in the displaced persons camp from which they’ve just been released.

    • Henry Holland

      Kids, don’t do crystal meth or you’ll end up looking like Joey Lawrence, who used to be hot. You have been warned.

      • rea

        Well, he’s lost his looks, but he’s still every bit a dumb as the character he played–but a bit less good hearted; that was just acting

  • Stag Party Palin

    Jeebus, Frenchy, that has to be the least significant article to be published north of McMurdo Sound in the last 50 years, and I say that knowing full well that a Google of “Donald Trump” gets 56,500,000 hits. You must have an infinite number of monkeys on staff to have found it.

    • Scott Lemieux

      It was featured on memeorandum. Swear to God.

  • WTF?! Was “Kimmy Gibler” not available for comment regarding Presidential Politics?

    Of course no Joey Lawrence mention could go on without mentioning this classic Bill Hicks’ bit about Jay Leno.

    • davenoon

      Another dead hero.

  • I like the only comment this story has at Tucker’s site.

    It’s a single word: no

  • Bill Murray

    Wooooaaah or do I mean Woe? Like I care what Herr Lawrence’s catch phrase used to be before he came out as a skinhead

    • c u n d gulag

      Ja! Mir also.

  • arguingwithsignposts

    the long, slow, agonizing death spiral of journalism continues apace.

    • NonyNony

      Oh come on. This is Tucker Carlson’s tabloid rag, that he started because nobody would hire him anymore for actual commentary and because Arianna Huffington made a killing with her tabloid rag.

      I mean, yeah, the spiral American journalism back to early 20th century standards is a bit painful to watch, but you give yourself even more pain when you hold up something like the Daily Tucker and compare it to an actual paper. This is like screaming about the death of journalism in the UK because “The Sun” published something stupid.

  • soullite

    You all love to mock this sort of thing, but the ‘Obama was something new. We tried him, and he turned out to be the same as everyone else’ sentiment is about a mile wide and a fathom deep out in the real world.

    Right now, a whole lot of people are looking for someone who isn’t a part of the current political establishment because that establishment is hopelessly corrupted and is clearly not interested in the preserving the American way of life.

    You all want so desperately to ignore the fact that Obama is a failure, but maybe if you spent more time trying to do something about it rather than screaming and shouting at the people that point that out, you’d be a in better position going forward.

    • What, exactly, would you know about the real world?

      I don’t think there are “a whole lot of people” who are willing to speak to you, so I find your assertions about them suspect.

    • mark f

      You all want so desperately to ignore the fact that Obama is a failure, but maybe if you spent more time trying to do something about it rather than screaming and shouting at the people that point that out, you’d be a in better position going forward.

      Let us remember that Soullite, by his own admission, does not care about abortion, gay people, minorities or people dependent upon the social safety net. Soullite’s main whine is that Obama hasn’t done enough to buy (Soullite’s word) Soullite’s personal vote.

      I wish I saved the link to that comment.

      • davenoon
        • mark f

          Awesome. Exactly as I’d remembered it. Thanks.

  • DrDick

    Just when you thought the Daily Sucker could not get any less relevant, they find a way to surprise you.

  • Fighting Words

    Wait, I thought conservatives hated it when “Hollyweird Celebrities” spoke out about presidential politics?

    • Uncle Kvetch

      Yeah. Somebody needs to tell Joey to “just shut up and be a has-been.”

      • kth

        or, shut up and finish your casino stand-up gig

      • Don’t hate Joey, hate whoever thought he would be qualified to opine on the topic. If somebody asked me my opinion I’d tell them, but they’re a fool if they think my opinion will sway anyone else.

  • Halloween Jack

    In the meantime, Mayim Bialik has a PhD in neuroscience.

    • She has an Erdos-Bacon number of 7!

    • richard

      Mayim used to baby sit my daughter before she found fame as Blossom. Great kid, extremely bright.

  • There’s really only one thing to say about this:

    Whoa!

  • “Everyone is so afraid to say anything,” Lawrence said. “I keep my political views private; I think that’s the best way to do it. But I have no problem calling a spade a spade.

    The President is near.

    • calling all toasters

      calling a spade a spade.

      I think we just discovered the Trump campaign slogan.

  • wengler

    Trump is sort of coming on as America’s Zhirinovsky.

    I don’t think he can win, but no one should underestimate the popularity of the rhetoric of conquest. Especially with the total destruction of American manufacturing and the near corporate television blackout of labor, trade and wage issues. When you keep getting hit, it is natural to want to hit someone else.

    That being said, this is more about Donald Trump loving that Donald Trump is getting attention. If he participates even in a single debate I will be very surprised.

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