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Friday, April 22, 2011

Maybe the Republicans were Right about Charlie Sheen

According to a recent Politico article Charlie Sheen performed on Tuesday at Washington, D.C.’s DAR Constitution Hall. He discussed not believing in the legitimacy of Obama's Citizenship and the possibility of a run at the presidency.

According to him if he won he would, "disband the Fed, like, now. … And send the IRS to prison."
He would also "inspire people to start making s— again. ... Cars, washing machines, all of it."

Maybe the Republicans in simulation were correct and Charlie Sheen is not the best person to explain policy to Congress or maybe, given his complex understanding of the problems facing America today, he's the perfect person to testify before Congress.

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