If you are looking for a scathing but hilarious look at the laugh factory you like to call the American government, then you’ve come to the right place. But I must post a warning: this article will be taking swings at both the conservative nut jobs and the liberal nut jobs; no one’s getting out of this one unscathed. But you probably already knew that, didn’t you? You don’t go into an article with a title like “Ruth Bader ‘Iceberg’ just keeps getting colder” expecting anything but some very funny and very smart takes on the circus you like to call our government. So, if you are one who can’t handle some good hearted but devilishly biting jokes about the clowns you like to call our representatives then this isn’t the article for you, but I like to think there is a bit of a court jester in all of us — I know there is in me. Even if you disagree with my scathing jabs at the ring leaders you like to call our politicians, still read ahead because by the end of this article, not only will you laugh your entire bottom off, you also may learn a little bit too.
Enough of me talking about making very funny and very poignant remarks about the liberal yahoos and the conservative yahoos, why don’t I just do it already? So, allow me to take out my sword to cut these jokers you like to call the leaders of our nation down a few notches and make them laugh in the process. And in case you missed it, my sword, as with every great humorist’s sword, is actually a pen. I actually came up with a little saying that I think gets right to the point, or should I say write to the point. That very funny and very clever comment reminds me — please take a few laugh breaks during this article, you’re gonna need them. But my saying, it goes like this, “The pen is mightier than the sword, but it’s hard to hold either when I’m making you laugh so very hard”–Will Wamser.
Now to Ruth Bader Ginsberg, or Ruth Bader Iceberg as I like to call her; I actually feel bad for going after her because she makes it too easy, but then again… they all do. I mean, come on. If you are looking for my hot take, which of course you are, it’s that she is just. Too. Cold. Actually, the combination of this hot, hot take and the heat of the laughs coming from every single reader may be enough to melt Ms. Iceberg. Now, what makes this headline so clever and oh so funny is the many layers it has, because it is true that she just keeps getting colder and that observation is laugh out loud clever, funny and, frankly, quite genius. But, as with every great joke, there is another even funnier part of this headline that many of my dear readers may have missed, and if you did, that’s ok because this is so clever and smart that it might have even gone over my head, if I wasn’t the one to birth it into this world.
If you’ll notice, I replaced her last name, Ginsberg, with the word Iceberg. Iceberg. I know, it is just too funny.
Now I know what you’re thinking through your cries of laughter, you’re thinking “Will, this is oh so funny and oh so smart,” and I thank you for the feedback. What makes this title so great is that not only does it go after the comedians you like to call democrats, but it also takes a jab at those comedians you like to call republicans. You see, I’m saying that Associate Justice Iceberg and her political party (and party is right because I’m having a laugh riot) can be a little bit frigid. Ha. Ha. Ouch. Am I right? Because even if you aren’t a political leftist you still had to feel the sting of that clever, smart and honestly hilarious jab I just made. But if you are a right-wing nut job, don’t feel too safe because this title is making fun of you as much as it is them. I mean, think about it: if the left is cold, then what does that make the right? Well, even colder.
It’s times like these when I have to reflect on the trail of eviscerated bodies that I have just absolutely destroyed with my snake-like wit, and I have to wonder if it is all worth it. I mean sure, it feels good to know that I could knock any man, woman and even a few children down some notches with the typing of any one of my very funny, very smart and very clever roasts.
But if I think about Ruth Bader Iceberg reading this, I can’t help but feel some sort of remorse, as it’s not her fault that I can turn anything into comedic gold. But whenever I start to feel bad for those who my humorist genius has found its sights on, I just remember that they’re the ones who made it so easy. If you’re reading this and begging for more, I don’t blame you, but you can find me on Facebook and together we can talk about everyone on that funny farm you like to call Washington DC.