Stuck Between Barack And A Hard Place? Vote Magoo!

If Romney’s speech last night at the Republican National Convention left you nonplussed (or perhaps even filled with terror), and Obama likewise leaves you feeling the victim of false advertising, consider Magoo as a write-in candidate when you visit the polls this November.

Magoo is a candidate all trads can get behind. He knows the best way to convince the working man that he can lead the nation is by wearing a finely made jacket and tie, not by attempting to actually dress like the working man.

The rest of his Press-idential platform:

• He’s opposed to school vouchers, but in favor of school uniforms.

• He’d eliminate sales tax on goods made in the US, and double it for goods made in China.

• His approach to federal spending is rooted in Yankee frugality. They don’t call him “Cracked Shoe Magoo” for nothing.

McGoo’s headquarters are at 47th and Madison in New York City, where you can tell the campaign managers from the interns by the cut and style of their clothes. — CC

8 Comments on "Stuck Between Barack And A Hard Place? Vote Magoo!"

  1. I am gonna try to stop by this afternoon to check it out! Thanks, CC!

  2. Roy R. Platt | August 31, 2012 at 8:49 am |

    For those who prefer an Ivy candidate with a little more experience, there’s always William Howard Taft….

  3. Michael Mattis | August 31, 2012 at 10:56 am |

    Where can I get that poster?

  4. At times I would love to slow things down. I remember the defeat my father felt the day that he was required by work to carry a cell phone…my things have changed.

  5. Cell phones are an evil necessity, they do create valuable efficiencies. But, the true tragedy this week is the death of one of our Ivy Style icons, Chatsworth Osboune Jr..

  6. Orgastic future | September 1, 2012 at 10:18 pm |

    I’m going with the empty chair…

  7. Goober Hoedecker | September 2, 2012 at 7:31 pm |

    Gentleman in the poster is a likeness of C.Aubrey Smith. Enuff said.

  8. @ MAC

    In reference to cell phones and electronic stuff, I went looking at new cars the other day. What’s amazing, is that the salesman didn’t really address the issues of engine, transmission, and running gear. He went on and on at length about Bluetooth, USB ports, and docking stations, GPS and other nonsense.

    A simple cell phone is nice to have in an emergency, since pay phones have gone the way of the buffalo. But this other junk?

    I’m keeping my old car. Sorry about Chats. Rest in Peace.

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