The GOP's Valium Convention

The GOP's Valium Convention

By all accounts, the California Republican Party’s just-ended convention in Santa Clara was a downer. The Democrats must have spiked the hotel’s water with Valium.

Republicans should go see Dr. Leo Marvin, Ph.D., the famous psychologist and author of the best-seller, “Baby Steps.”

If they can’t afford to fly to New York City to see him, he has a protege out here in Santa Monica, Dr. Robert Wiley, Ph.D., author of another best-seller, “Death Therapy.” It’s sure to cure the Republicans’ Death Wish.

Here are the two good doctors promoting “Baby Steps” on “Good Morning America”:

— John Seiler

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  1. EastBayLarry
    EastBayLarry 16 March, 2010, 07:05

    I’m sure you had a great time assembling this entry, but let’s get back to the real world.

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