Only a Comedian Has the Guts to Ask the Important Questions

Cathy Sorbo at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer is a comedian by trade and a columnist on Saturdays. She asked governor candidates Chris Gregoire and Dino Rossi the kind of questions the rest of us are afraid to ask. For example:

Favorite item to take home from hotels:

CG: Minitoiletries. Our family donates them to domestic violence shelters.

DR: Shoe polish mitt.

I have to admit, when I first read Gregoire’s answer I thought it said her family “detonates” the toiletries. That’s what my family does.

Sorbo also fed the questions to congressional candidate Darcy Burner. Dave Reichert declined to participate. What are you hiding Reichert? My guess is he didn’t want to answer anything about his toenails. I bet he let his kids paint O-B-A-M-A on them.

4 thoughts on “Only a Comedian Has the Guts to Ask the Important Questions

  1. If America loses its superpower status, will the Redcoats resubjugate us to the throne? Or will the South rise again?

  2. I don’t know about the Redcoats or the South rising again, but creamy will beat crunchy.

    Kathryn Simpson

  3. I just have to know— what is creamy and crunchy? It sounds like some kind of food, but obviously I don’t eat it or I would know.

    Port Orchard, WA

  4. Never mind about my question. I just went through the fridge and I found a jar of Adams Organic Peanut Butter — Creamy.

    I guess I didn’t like it. I prefer whole natural nuts, ha, ha.

    Port Orchard, WA

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