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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Republican Primary Race Candidates Resemble Batman Characters.

The Batman (TV series)Image via Wikipedia
Having watched many (too Many) Republican debates The Hoss has noticed that the candidates resemble some of the characters in the comic book series Batman.  Seriously, the Republican field of candidates have many of the traits of the villains trying to eliminate Batman.


First the main character is of course Batman (Democrat), who we all know is President Obama. What does Batman do? He is fighting for the rights of all the people, not just the rich.

Next we have the list of villains (Republicans) trying to bring him down.

EVERYWHERE MAN: Mitt Romney, he has taken every position on every issue.

PENQUIN:  You know this one; just watch him waddle on to the stage, Newt Gingrich. The only thing missing is the umbrella.

D.A.V.E. : Which stands for the Digitally Advanced Villain Emulator who is programmed with the personalities of several of the Batman’s adversaries, I give you Rick Santorum.

MISTER FREEZE: Why Ron Paul of course, he wants to freeze everything.

JOKER:  Yes you guessed it, none other than Stephen Colbert.

CAT WOMAN: Michelle Bachman. Halle Berry was unavailable.

RIDDLER: 9-9-9 need I say more? Herman Cain.

INVISIBLE MEN: Tim Pawlenty and John Huntsman. ( Ok, The Hoss cheated on this one, the invisible man was not a Batman character.)


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