From The New York Times: Q: What Were Dan Quayle's Three Hardest Years? A: Second Grade.
From the New York Times:
Q: What were Dan Quayle's three hardest years?
A: Second grade.
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Q: What are the three most difficult years in a Pole's life? A: Second grade.
DAN QUAYLE QUOTES: Dan Quayle, as quoted in The Washington Po
"I've been blessed with wonderful parents and a wonderful family, and I am proud of my family....
Q: What did Dan Quayle say when Marilyn Quayle blew in his ear? A: Thanks for the refill, Honey!
I thought you'd all like to hear about the potential candidates meeting with the Wizard of Oz.
.. First, President Bush went to see the Wizard and said, "Everyone says I have no compassion or feelings, I wish to have a Heart"....
Honeymoon. Walking down 42nd Street they saw a sign advertising "The Great Gonzo" outside a theater and decided to give the show a try.
So into the theater they went. There was a fanfare and The Great Gonzo came out on stage....
The ink from The New York Times smudged his bottom.
Q: What's the difference between Dan Quayle and Jane Fonda? A: Fonda spent more time in 'Nam.
Q: Did you hear what Mickey Mouse got for his 60th birthday? A: A Dan Quayle watch.