Friday, May 17, 2013

The Tales' Quips of The Week-May 17, 2013

Tales was going to go with the first quip of the week as the quip of the week, but heard another quip so good on Thursday morning, that Tales broke it's own rules and has a second quip of the week.  The first quip is in the humorous mode and the second quip is in the serious mode.

The Tales first quip of the week comes from non other than the funny Greg Gutfeld, a star on The Five show on Fox News Channel and the host of the late night Red Eye on the Fox News Channel.  Greg Gutfeld could have the quip of the week every week and in fact every day.

Greg Gutfeld host of Red Eye


After Eric Bolling remarked on "The Five" that president Obama said he had called Benghazi a terrorist attack from the get go, we have Greg Gutfeld's response which is-


The Tales first quip of the week:  "Maybe the get go is some bar."




The Tales second quip of the week comes from the former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee.  This is a quip because it is witty, but it is on a very serious subject.  It is simple but brilliant at the same time.



Governor Huckabee noticed that Dr. Kermit Gosnell took a plea bargain so that he would not receive the death sentence but life in prison without the possibility of parole in exchange for his waiving the right to appeal.  With that in mind came Gov. Mike Huckabbe's response, which is-

The Tales second quip of the week:  "Suddenly, life became very precious to Kermit Gosnell when it was his own."


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