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Passion or something else? You decide.


My friend Pastor Paul Grabill shared this video and I wanted to pass it along.  I think this man might need a little help.  (The man in the video, not Paul Grabill...lol)

My first reaction upon seeing this video was..."this man may need a little medication to balance him out, bless his heart..."  I say that seriously, not making fun of anyone who needs such.

Some call it passionate, but I'm honestly not sure. What do you think?

Although I was not laughing or joking about my thoughts concerning him possibly needing some help, I will admit that I did laugh quite a bit watching this video and have viewed it five times.  I  play funny video clips for my Sunday School class on the big screen prior to the official start time of class.  While they are getting their coffee and settling in before we begin our lesson, I'll often play a favorite Youtube clip I've found that has really hit my funny bone.  I showed this yesterday and they almost fell off their chairs they were laughing so hard.   The funniest line for me is, "I have a Master's Degree in Communication!!!"  I must say, this is the first time I have heard a hell, fire and brimstone stump speech.

By the way he did not get the nomination.

Comments

Anonymous said…
OMW !!! ROTFLMBO !! Give that man a pill, a B vitamin for his nerves, and take away the degree. Had to have been a pay off somewhere! LOL To think of that man in power...even as dog catcher, is very scary! Thanks for a Monday morning laugh! :)
Tina Blount said…
I think he needs anger management and a nice long vacation!
He was on Fox News today, interviewed by Megyn Kelly. I couldn't believe how composed he was!!! The way he articulated himself on Fox today I tell you, he probably could have gotten that nomination. What in the world got into him before he gave that speech? Sheesh!

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