The Division of Happy Funny-Ness?

The Economist on Twitter: "America's government wastes a heck of a lot of  money http://t.co/V9sFd1WzYv http://t.co/jDmNsydwmH"

Buried in the $3.5 trillion spending package that Democrats have been trying to move through Congress, we find $175 billion allocated for creating, within the Dept. of Justice, a new Division of Happy Funny-Ness charged with keeping America amused by jokes and riddles.

The division will be headed and staffed by members of a little-known branch of the Biden family, the Xi Jin Pings. Assistant Deputy Vice-Director Boo-Boo Biden has already composed several riddles for public distribution. Here are two examples.

Q: Why wasn’t the cowboy hungry?

A: Because he just ate.

And if you think that was a rolling-on-the-floor knee-slapper, get a load of this one–

Q: What’s the difference between an elephant and something else? (This one doesn’t have an Answer yet. We presume Boo-Boo is still researching it.)

According to CNN News, all opposition to any aspect of the spending bill is racist and should be investigated by the FBI as soon as that agency can take time off from investigating parents who complain about their public schools’ curriculum.

7 comments on “The Division of Happy Funny-Ness?

    1. I tried the link in that post and it took me to a WordPress login page — a page I’ve never been able to get past, but I won’t get started now on my troubles with WordPress.

  1. Lee 2 answer to elephant. What is the difference between an elephant and a loaf of bread. Do not know. In that case I will not send you for a loaf of bread. The second one is the deference between an elephant and a letter box. Do not know. In that case will not send you to post a letter.

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