I've felt somewhat adrift since famous Black Panther, communist and Green Jobs Czar Van Jones, resigned at midnight on a Sunday evening. How will America ever generate green jobs without a czar to manage it properly. Yes, I know that Dear Leader appointed another one but he has no charisma, none of that Che Guevera radical panache.
Some of you will remember Ed from his many appearances in the movies and television. I remember his appearances in the feature films: A Mighty Wind (where he played a guy who had a garage band in Stockholm) and Best of Show (where he played a hotel manager). He also played himself on the television cartoon, "The Simpsons" (1 episode). He has a lot of bit-part credits on movies and television, which suggests to me that he has a good agent. Congratulations on landing that agent, Ed.
Anyway, he's used his television fame to promote global warming and because of his senseless rants supporting unsupportable theory, I thought he'd make a perfect green jobs czar.
Yes, I know that czars aren't exactly what the founding fathers envisioned when they wrote the Constitution, but then again, they might not have considered the current global warming hoax would be taken seriously (outside The Simpsons television cartoon).
I thought of Al Gore for the job. He'd be perfect but he's polishing the same Nobel Peace Prize that Barack Hussein Obama is -- that and he's giving speeches on how he created the Internet. That keeps Al busy.
So what about it? Who's for Ed Begley jr. as the next czar in the ObamaNation?
At the close of the Constitutional Convention in 1787, Dr. James McHenry, a Maryland delegate, followed Benjamin Franklin from Independence Hall. He recorded a question asked by a lady, directed at Dr. Franklin.
The lady asked, "Well Doctor, what have we got? A republic or a monarchy?"
"A republic," replied Dr. Franklin, "if you can keep it."
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