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Apparently some poor schmuck is running against Al Franken to represent the great state of Minnesota in the United States Senate. And that guy -- Mike McFadden we guess? -- is taking it to Franken's side of the court or his goal or something (sportsball!) by proving he too knows a little bit about the funny, and that is "getting hit in the balls."


But some people find his campaign ad -- getting hit in the balls -- to be "vulgar" or "family unfriendly" or "like something on that communist website the Wookie" even though America's Funniest Top Home Video Of People Getting Hit In The Balls was the number one show for 179 years running. Love it or leave it!

So they all went on his Myface and they complained and complained and complained and complained and complained. (Slick Bob Roberts reference yo.) Then Mike McFadden PERSONALLY, WITH HIS FINGERS, went in and removed the complaints from the Myface, but THERE ARE SCREENSHOTS! FACEBOOK IS PUBLIC! And what have you and have you not.

Here is the most important question, which we have yet to see addressed: in what universe would "being a football coach" actually be a plus in inducing anyone to vote for a man? Is it the screaming? The constant abuse? The rage issues? The bloatedness? The dead alcoholic eyes? Think back to your Little League coach. Imagine him in the US Senate, mumbling sullenly while his eyes dart back and forth because he is badly in need of a shot of Jack Daniels and he is looking to see if you'll notice as he takes out his flask.

Oh, yeah. This guy for Senate all right. Him. Mike McFadden. Because why not.

[Buzzfeed]

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