Rand Faces the Pressure of Father’s Day2

Not to be taken seriously, it’s a political comic commentary.  But, still.  Given Rand’s personality and his eagerness to push back harder than he’s pushed you have to wonder if he’s snapped at some point with all the backlash his politcal maneuvering to endorse Mitt “Mittens” Romney and his bid for the Republican Pary nomination for President.  All fair in love and politics.  Well, actually I don’t think ANYTHING is fair, it’s just all allowed.

Transcripts

  • Senator Rand Paul:  Happy Father's Day, Dad.  Sorry about how the Nominaton race has turned out...
  • Congressman  Ron Paul:  Thanks, Rand.  But don't worry about the nomination.  I'm just happy to see...
  • Darth Voter:  (HWUUUU HWAAAASH)  Rand, I am your father...
  • Senator Rand Paul: OH, HELL NO!!!  I am sick and tired of you Freedom loving freaks calling me a traitor and "Oh he's sold out to the dark side,"  I'll show you the dark side!  I'm going to KILL YOU, I'm going to KILL YOUR FAMILY, then, I'm going to GUT YOU PETS AFTER I FEED THEM ANTIFREEZE...
  • Governor Mitt Romney:  What the hell did you do to the telegram guy, Rand!  It was a joke!  Jeeze, I think he's dead!
  • Senator Rand Paul:  Damn, Sorry.  It's been a rough two weeks.
  • Governor Mitt Romney:  No problem.  He was one of your Dad's delegates anyway...
English transcript submitted by The Liberteer on

1 Comment

Dave do you really find the idea that degnsiers expect to be paid for their work galling? That’s all this is about. This quote is not about a designer forcing their ideas onto a client or being unable to work with the client or follow their specifications. Any designer who’s unwilling to work cooperatively with their clients at all is doomed to failure. In fact, this quote specifically talks about solving the client’s problem. It’s all about degnsiers being compensated for the time and effort put in on behalf of a client. It’s about degnsiers getting paid for the work that they do (whether or not the client later decides to use that work.) Insisting on a sustainable business model and being paid for ones work is hardly arrogance or bad attitude.


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