Bob Hope Delivers Best Movie Joke Ever – As Long As You’re Not a Democrat!
Legendary entertainer Bob Hope wasn't shy about his politics and many of his most hilarious jokes were about Democrats!
Bob Hope’s playful jabs at Democrats were legendary. The late comedian sure knew how to deliver a punchline!
Bob Hope – Comedy Legend And Military Supporter
Hope loved the troops and performed his first USO Show on May 6, 1941 at California’s March Field. He entertained millions of troops and their families.
In fact, Hope was so dedicated to entertaining deployed troops that the USO referred to him as “The USO’s One-Man Morale Machine!”
“The Bob Hope Show” star entertained hundreds of thousands of veterans who were missing home while they were abroad defending our country. He did this for many decades.
Even current friend to the military and actor Gary Sinise honored the comedy legend for his dedication.
— Gary Sinise (@GarySinise) August 9, 2017
In fact, Bob Hope was the first person to be made an Honorary Veteran. In October 1997, Resolution 75 was unanimously passed in his honor for his extensive humanitarian work.
Bob Hope’s Most Famous Jab At Democrats
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Bob’s jokes about Democrats were legendary. They really were.
Here’s his most famous zinger from “The Ghost Breakers”, a comedy from 1940 starring Hope, Paulette Goddard, and Richard Carlson:
Below is the transcript of the joke:
Bob Hope: “You live here?”
Hope: “Well, maybe you know what a zombie is?”
Carlson: “When a person dies and is buried, it seems a certain voodoo priest will have the power to bring him back to life.”
Paulette Goddard: “That’s horrible!”
Carlson: “It’s worse than horrible because a zombie has no will of his own. You see them sometimes, walking around blindly with dead eyes, following orders, not knowing what they do, not caring.”
Bob Hope: “You mean, like Democrats?”
Back When It Was Okay To Be Republican
Bob Hope was an icon, but also a Republican. However, he didn’t lecture us on his politics while entertaining.
He would make jokes, but the only people who truly would be offended are people who can’t take a joke or laugh at themselves.
Bob Hope was a consummate entertainer. He could do it all. He sang, acted, told jokes, and even danced.
Click here to see him dance with James Cagney in a legendary performance in The Seven Little Foys (1955)!
Share this if you love Bob Hope and feel the same way about zombie sand Democrats!