Comedic Reality

Thelonious Munk (yeah, I never heard of him either) has a few choice words about our president and his ability to manage the country’s finances:

His first mistake, thinking those Harvard/Yale types are our “Best and Brightest”.

Thelonious is taking his show on the road, and such is earning income, which means he is a tax payer so he has every right in the world to rail at how his tax money is being spent. It really is insulting to think that average folks wrt their finances are more responsible and better at it then those best and brightest.

Maybe it wasn’t such a good idea for “B” to be the first:

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  1. AlexInCT

    Well, what do you expect when community organizers and academics pretend to know what they are doing but have never had a real job, run a real company, have to deal with finances of any kind, other than avoiding taxes which seem to be all they are good at, and think the solution is to take other people’s money to keep the insane train going?

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