It’s all in the crew cut
Liberal tv show host Joy Behar is all about the crew cut. She says Montana Democrat Senator Jon Tester should run for president. On the show the View, Behar said Tester has been very vocal about Democrats needing to appeal to middle America. Behar added, he's (tester) got a crew cut and he looks like a real outdoorsy guy. Yes, Tester (below) does spend a lot of times outdoors, afterall he is the only member of congress to still work his own farm. look at Jon's hair in the picture below. That is one nice head of hair.
We reached out to Senator Tester for a comment on Behar suggesting he run for president and here is what his office had to say.
“Sen. Tester is focused on delivering for Montanans in the U.S. Senate and continues to fight aggressively to lower costs for working families, support small businesses, and hold Washington, DC accountable.”
I don't understand why the senator would not have some fun with this. He has a great sense of humor. I would have said, "who is Joy Behar?" Or, something like, " Joy's got it right, my hair is cool." Or, " I appreciate Joy's comments while doing her show on Fox."
I think the senator should invite Behar to his ranch and show her what outdoorsy really means. Just think, we could have Joy plow a field and then go out hunting. Kill an Elk, dress it..... and no Joy, dressing it does not mean putting a dress on the dead elk. She could do outdoorsy things like Montanans do. And then she could go to the senators barber and get a close shave.
In Montana, we have a lot of crew cut politicians, people that have the hair shaved close to the head. How about Governor Greg Gianforte (below), his hair is close to his head, at least what's left of it. He's also an outdoorsy kind of guy, he likes to hunt and so does his wife, first lady Susan, she does not have a crew cut. Under what Bahar says, Gianforte qualifies to run for president because his hair is close to the head and he's outdoorsy.
Another close to the head candidate that is outdoorsy is Congressman Matt Rosendale. He's got a tight head of hair, I guess you could say he's got a buzz cut. He's another Behar qualified candidate from Montana.
Senator Steve Daines (below) does not pass the Behar Test to be president. He's got too much hair, despite being outdoorsy. I think Daines should shave his head and then take in a bunch of pictures of his big game hunts and appear on the View.
In conclusion I wonder if Behar is really sending a message to democrats? Shave your heads or you will lose this November, women included.