Or will he? Al Qerry never says the same thing twice. That's called 'nuance.'
man walked out of a bar, both arms raised straight up in the air. Soon a woman came out doing the same thing. When another person left, both his arms raised, he ran into a friend who was on her way in. "What's up?" she asked. "They have the game on in there and our team just scored a touchdown?" "No," the man said. "Al-Qerry's in there and he's teaching everybody how to speak French."
Here's another: Article II of our Constitution says that the president, "together with the Vice President," shall both be elected. But the Twenty Second Amendment says, "No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice." Also, the Twelfth Amendment says that "no person constitutionally ineligible to the office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States." Yet the Dems say, "So what? We can nominate John Qerry's pal Bill Clinton—the impeached, twice-elected president—as the former's running mate if we wanna." Hanoi John says, "Si vous faites ceci, je ne tournerai pas mon dos à lui." [excuse my *spit* French *spit*]
One more: The Republicans just finished their convention in New York. In Boston, reporters quickly gather outside Al-Qerry's Base Headquarters waiting for him to finally accept his party's presidential nomination. Instead of the French-looking, French-speaking senator they were expecting, Senator Hilldabeast of New York appears at the microphones. "I want you all to know that Dhimmicratic Party rules say that if a person nominated by our party for president hasn't accepted that nomination within fifteen days, that person is no longer eligible to receive it but may select someone else to be the party's nominee. Guess who he selected? Mmbwaha haha ha haha hah...."
Additional ones sure to follow as the joke known as the Dhimmicrat's presidential campaign "progresses."
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