Whoopi Goldberg confirms everything everyone has ever imagined about the intelligence of liberal America by asking a fascinating question of John McCain:
“Should I be worried about being a slave, about being returned to slavery because certain things happened in the Constitution that you had to change?”
I would have voted for McCain had he only answered:
“No, Miss Whoopi, you needn’t be concerned because there’s not much inherent value in a comedienne who isn’t funny or an actress who can’t act. You don’t have to be worried about being enslaved because you’re simply too useless and ugly to be worth your keep. However, the Missus tells me that we are in need of a doorman for one of our seven houses, which fortuitously happens to be one of the few jobs for which my clean and articulate young opponent, Barack Obama, is well-qualified and I look forward to adding him to the house staff in time for Christmas. Whoo-pah!”
As one of Rachel Lucas’s commenters points out, one has to wonder precisely when Whoopi was last a slave. Is she confusing her real life with her movie roles or is this simply some sort of Shirley Maclaine moment?