A: It depends. How much money you got?

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Laborisgood's picture
Laborisgood 4 years 41 weeks ago
#1

With a fixed budget devoted solely to light bulb installation (profit excluded), Republicans will get way more light bulbs installed than Democrats due to the low wages they would insist upon as opposed to the living wage Democrats require.

However, if profits were dependent upon the budget, you would get far less bulbs installed per dollar spent.

Furthermore, if there was no profit to be had, Republicans would get no bulbs installed.

leighmf's picture
leighmf 4 years 41 weeks ago
#2

Q. How many Republicans does it take to screw in a light bulb?

A. It only takes two if they can figure out how to get inside and the light bulb is big enough to hold them.

Zenzoe 4 years 41 weeks ago
#3
Quote leighmf:

Q. How many Republicans does it take to screw in a light bulb?

A. It only takes two if they can figure out how to get inside and the light bulb is big enough to hold them.

LOL! Good one, leighmf.

The others are good one's too... I like this.

Natural Lefty's picture
Natural Lefty 4 years 41 weeks ago
#4

It may take two Republicans to screw in a light bulb, but it only takes one to screw the entire nation, if he is President.

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