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Re: Dumbest Question of the Debate

Thanks to all who wrote in to answer, ”what I dislike most about America.”  Here are the ones I thought were the funniest.
Alex:

Fructose. I have to go to the local Mexican store for a decent Coca Cola, or Dublin, Texas, for a real Dr. Pepper

Jonathan:

Sasquatch…He has been sneaking around in the woods for too long, its time we do something about it.  Who knows what that guy is up to?  I tell you what though, we’re not gonna let him get away with it!!!

For the record, Jonathan emailed in before Canada tried to put “Bigfoot” on the endangered species list. Greg A.:

The constant evolution of teeth cleaning technology. Every other week,

it seems our nations best come out with some new fangled way to keep our

molars clean. From horsehair brushes and baking soda – to rotating and

plaque grabbing angled bristles with granular polishing paste…you’d

think that after more than 200-years we would be able to put these

hard-working dental scientists to better use. Like maybe finally getting

around to those flying cars we have been promised for decades. Don’t

even get me started on the means to shave unwanted hair.

D.J.:

That I get Internet whiplash by clicking directly from the NY Times Op-ed page to NRO

An opportunity for trial lawyers?Jeff:

The rising costs of spa and salon services and the lack of universal hair/nail/skin care coverage

John:

That Ohio governor Ted Strickland is moronic enough to declare that State employees must bring their lunch to save about $4MM a year just after the state blew about $6MM on a SINGLE inmate’s medical care.

And finally Mytheos writes:

The fact that William F. Buckley isn’t running for President 

Many, many readers answered either Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann or the media in general.  Hippies and American Cheese, surprisingly, were also reader favorites.  I can see hippies, but American Cheese is pretty good if you ask me.

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