Drool bucket alert: David Brooks tries his hand at humor, fails miserably

http://twitter.com/#!/mollyknefel/status/240474290259099648

Chief Obama drool-bucket-carrier and pant-crease-lover, David Brooks tried his hand at satire in today’s New York Times. It did not go well for him, but provided a non-stop stream of entertainment on Twitter.

I'd like to thank David Brooks for showing everyone just how hard it is to write comedy http://t.co/FdGg9KgV

— andy levy (@andylevy) August 28, 2012

Look at this uber-snark from pseudo conservative David Brooks. If I hated Romney this would make me love him http://t.co/cMk30aV3

— David Limbaugh (@DavidLimbaugh) August 28, 2012

So did David Brooks come in late from a media party, realize deadline was almost here, and ask himself, "What would Maureen write?"

— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) August 28, 2012

4 years ago it was "the crease in his pants" that was going to make #Obama a great President. Poor David Brooks. #NYT

— Ron Futrell (@RonFutrell) August 28, 2012

@SamSeder: Found David Brooks' "How To Write Bad Satire" piece in today's NYT very helpful.” Yup that deadline sneaks up fast some wks huh?

— Anthony Rowdy Dowdy (@printtemps) August 28, 2012

David Brooks should have focused his ire on the odious non-clothes-staining antiperspirant industry.

— Cathleen Ritt (@CathleenRitt) August 28, 2012

David Brooks has heard of this "humor" thing and would like to try it.

— Matthew Reichbach (@fbihop) August 28, 2012

David Brooks' column on Romney, from the pages of MAD Magazine http://t.co/binqkoUQ

— Jonathan Palmer (@jonathanpalmer_) August 28, 2012

On recovering from a David Brooks column #ThisTooShallPass RT @Bthypin @LilianaSegura sigh,felt the same way a few hours ago. It gets better

— Liliana Segura (@LilianaSegura) August 28, 2012

Huff-Po even got in on the act.

David Brooks Constructs Entire Column Of Bad Twitter Jokes About Romney http://t.co/KrQnoiLr via @HuffingtonPost

— Revolving Skull (@RevolvingSkull) August 28, 2012

Sadly, some seem to have the mistaken idea that Brooks might actually be conservative, instead of the water boy for Obama.

Brooks is what the NYTimes calls a conservative, right? @nathanr MT @PhilipTerzian David Brooks' 'Humor' isn't http://t.co/GGYvqs4a

— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) August 28, 2012

Remember how he tried to hide the fact that Obama told him there weren’t actually any shovel ready jobs for more than a year? He’s no fan of the conservative movement.

But wait — it gets even better! It seems that some readers think Brooks penned it to help Mitt Romney by making a mockery of political writers.

https://twitter.com/Charlesbarkl3y/status/240481406235590659

So David Brooks' column was a parody meant to help Romney? That's even funnier than the column.

— Robbie Sherwood (@RobbieSherwood) August 28, 2012

Predictably, the Left loves it.

Don't miss this! David Brooks' hilarious jabs at #Romney: The Real Romney http://t.co/LUrDAdQp #bipkipskipchipndip

— Karen Dolan (@karendolan) August 28, 2012

The David Brooks thing about Romney is utterly apolitical: it's about Romney's lack of character. Still, it stings (I hope).

— edwardoneill (@edwardoneill) August 28, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/08/28/drool-bucket-alert-david-brooks-tries-his-hand-at-humor-fails-miserably/

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