Will Says…2012 Eelection is ‘The 2012 Freak Show!’

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Dear Obama,

If you knock off any more of these bad guys… We won’t have to have a 2012 election!

Luckily you won’t have to have much of a plan for the 2012 race. Mainly because the Republicans have their own plan, and that is to kill each other off first!

I wrote a few months back that this Republican circus was going to make this three ring media circus look like amateur hour… Well, I was wrong! I am officially naming the 2012 election season, “The 2012 freak show!” Not very poetic, but very true.

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The Republican field is getting to be pretty broad. In the end, conservatives might be depending on someone who is anything but conservative when it comes to opening their mouth… I don’t want to point fingers, but I will say this person is REVERED by the GOP.

Your friend,

Humorist @ Large!

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Will Roberts is a trick roper and cowboy humorist, who pays tribute to Will Rogers, America’s cowboy, with a wit as quick as his rope. Will is a syndicated political cartoonist and was recently the trick-roping cowboy at Cirque du Soleil.

Will has covered the Republican National Convention, Democrat events and the McCain-Obama debates. At home in front of or behind the camera, in front of or behind a radio microphone, Will reports what he sees, usually with a twist of humor.