Walker Stapleton Gets The Women, Because Female Dogs

And how do we know that, gentle reader? Why, in last night’s debate in Colorado Springs, he said so!

STAPLETON: I’m outnumbered in my house, I have uh, three women that I live with each and every day, one son and a female dog, so…

But in the trademark manner we’ve come to recognize with Walker Stapleton’s unbroken string of ghastly unforced errors in debates, it didn’t go over quite the way he intended. Because whether you’re talking up your own family or taking cheap “dog whistle” shots at your opponent’s family, the female dog doesn’t count.

If this is not obvious to you, gentlemen, please ask the nearest woman to explain. She will.

9 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Gray in Mountains says:

    I'm going to give stapler the benefit of the doubt here. It's too clumsily put to mean anything and he's too stupid to make it mean anything

  2. gertie97 says:

    You're extremely generous, Gray.

  3. RepealAndReplace says:

    I am really puzzled about who is more stupid Bush:  Walker or cousin Neil?

  4. Voyageur says:

    I live with three women, one boy and two female dogs.   The dogs count, big time.  

    • Colorado Pols says:

      But you don't say that you live with five women, do you?

      • Voyageur says:

        Well, neither did he.  My wife, daughter and granddaughter count as three women.  Throw in two real bitches — literally — and three female cats and my grandson and I are indeed outnumbered. But I see no where in his statement where Stapleton counted the dog among the three women, merely among the females.

  5. notaskinnycook says:

    It would have been funny if he'd said "even the dog's female. My son and I are waaay outnumbered."

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