Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Election Day: Who Would Batman Vote For?

As I've said before, with Captain AmericaGreen Arrow / Green Lantern, and Spider-Man (Peter Parker), I'm recreating my posts from 2012, only giving 2016 the same treatment.

However, I'm going to do one of these posts per hour. Because welcome to Election Day.

In the spirit of going completely and utterly over the top, I'm going to tell you right now that this is a joke from minute one to minute last.

But then, the 2016 election has been a joke since day one.

There will be MOSTLY one post per character ... mostly. The shorter ones will be grouped together. After all, there's no much I can do with some people.

See below.

Batman, aka Bruce Wayne (DC Comics)

Bruce Wayne has approximately more money than God, deals in advanced technological research, and while he has been known to contribute to the occasional ecological issues, he's also been known to draw the line at basic, reasonable limits (he won't, say, be in favor of sacrificing lives to save an endangered squirrel or something similarly ridiculous).

Also, can you imagine Batman dealing with an Occupy Gotham movement?

There would be pain, there would be fear, and then, they would run screaming for their mommies.

But let's face it, there's not a whole hell of a lot that Batman cares about. Illegal immigrants might have a higher percentage of violent crime, but Gotham? No, Gotham would eat them alive.

Bruce Wayne wouldn't really care about most of the issues. He would consider whether or not a given candidate would give him a problem.

Trump wouldn't do anything that would impact Bruce Wayne, except perhaps lower his taxes. Hillary would probably piss off Putin enough to nuke us, or let terrorists swarm and do ... whatever they want.

In the particular case of Trump or Clinton, he would probably spend time either ignoring Trump, or finding something to blackmail Trump, and investing the time to convict Hillary.


See the previous post: Captain America
Green Arrow / Green Lantern.
Spider-Man (Peter Parker)

Or, while we're all here.... Murphy's Law of Vampiressequel to the second place Sad Puppies 4 nominee for best novel, and Dragon Award nominated novel Honor at Stake came out yesterday

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