Searching for fresh clichés to use in political commentary and social media is a full time job. Here are a few that might wet your whistle or knock the balls off a brass monkey:
- Going with your gut is evidence of diarrhea.
- What doesn’t kill you probably is covered by the new health insurance bill.
- A rose by any other name may not be a red.
- Democrats are looking for a witch behind every Russian.
- Good crack is always illegal while a good crack often goes viral.
- Skydiving is good to the last drop.
- Absence makes the heart look yonder.
- All’s well when the last lawyer is finally paid.
- An idle mind is a Congressman’s playground.
- An ounce of prevention is worth a thousand bucks on the street.
- A bad seed probably comes from a GMO lab.
- CNN beats facts into ashes if not asses.
- Too many reporters are calling a spade a shovel.
- You can’t judge a crook by his cover story.
- Today’s political commentary is usually crock and bullshit story.
- Obstructionists are a few bricks shy of a stone wall.
- A sleeping Senator beats a Kangaroo loose in the paddock.
- Today’s Kodak moments have probably been PhotoShopped.
- We’re waiting for freshman Congressmen to wake up and smell the bait.
- Caught like a dear who woke up on the wrong side of somebody else’s bed.
You probably didn’t hear it here first.