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Trump announces new campaign slogan: "Who knew?"

Republican ready-fire-aim cannon-mouth presidential front-runner Donald Trump got tough again about borders at a campaign rally last night in New Hampshire.

As reported by the evil liberal newspaper The New York Times today, Trump once again proved his penchant for ignoring details when, speaking to the crowd, he gave the wrong date for the New Hampshire primary. Details, details …

Later—perhaps to smoke-screen his gaffe—he trotted out one of his favorite memes for the Trumpaholics: “And you know, we’re gonna build a wall. We’re gonna have a real border.”

As you know, New Hampshire shares a border with Canada—specifically, the province of Quebec. The border is 58 miles long. Clearly, a wall is needed along this border to prevent les Quebecois from entering the United States illegally. The government of Canada is completely outsmarting the Obama administration, you see, when they allow people from Quebec to cross the border. They’re not sending their best people. No, they’re sending French-speaking hockey fans from Trois-Rivieres, miners from Abitibi-Témiscamingue, lumberjacks from Saint-Romuaud, and snooty waiters from Montreal.

Let's build a wall now before French becomes the dominant language in Concord.


Dec. 30th, 2015 06:45 pm (UTC)
In regard of these days, I'd like to add: "And at the same time, to be very sure only the least propose the right questions, they keep the populace surrounded with trvialities, with entertainment and the struggle to survive, to not let the focus shift towards that most of the things they keep spending their thoughts on are solely made by man and they can only have them because the other half of the world suffers from predatory exploitation for them."
Dec. 30th, 2015 11:03 pm (UTC)
Predatory exploitation? I think it says in the Bible somewhere that God gave over dominion of the earth to America—right after he wrote the Second Amendment.
Dec. 31st, 2015 06:54 am (UTC)
The chosen folk? Hey, wasn't that reserved for some other group of people from the Middle East which America secretly can't stand because of its financial wealth? Copyright infringement!

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