Let's get off the election for a second and back were we belong: on your mother. Get it? Its a really bad joke and some would say offensive as well. I'm halfway through a flick called "Can We Take A Joke?" which is a documentary about how so many people are always offended by comedians nowadays. Its actually a pretty bleak view of so-called liberal college students who should be open to new ideas, shutting down anyone who dares to say anything that hurts their feelings in anyway. College administrators are actually feeding into this craziness by paying students to go to plays/comedy shows and heckle the performers. So sad, as Donald would say. I love off-color humor but understand that sometimes comedians can say something that's not just funny and offensive to just be offensive. But I would never demand an apology from them (is that really an apology anyway?). I can't see getting so worked up over this stuff, how in the hell are these people going to make it in the real world when they aren't even strong enough to take a joke or, simply, JUST WALK OUT OF A COMEDY CLUB when they don't like what they hear?