In the room the losers come and goTalking of Marco Rubio.
didn't think I would ever be able to vote for Adolf Hitler. After all, he's been deceased (or hiding out in Argentina) for over seventy years. It'd be another matter had he been listed on the Demofascist primary ballot. Dead candidates, like dead voters, always are somehow counted by that party. No, the vote I cast for this natural born citizen (of Austria) was tallied in a Republican Party primary.
Apparently he's running under an alias. At least that's what some of the more desperate Establishment hoohas are telling me. I can understand that, given his record of unfathomable genocide and interminable warring against all non-Axis nations. It still doesn't explain, however, why a 127-year-old would dye his hair and figure that's the only change he needs to make to convince millions upon millions of Americans — yours truly, included — that we aren't, you know, voting for Adolf Hitler.
Now, most Demofascists would say I've already voted for him — twice. Once in 2000, and again in 2004. Back then it was easier for them to say that, because all they had to do was add itler to his last name. Something only a Demofascist, or semibright four-year-old, could think of doing. What's different is, this presidential election, they're being joined in their surly childishness by the losers who claim to be on our side.
Isn't it helpful when those Establishmentar
dians and Demofascists start agreeing with each other? Like they have on unfettered illegal immigration and government spending? That's being on our side.
Who would be surprised if they try next month to rig their convention rules so yes they can get their fellow losers considered for nomination too? Certainly not any of us "uncivil" and "unhelpful" "Hobbits" and "Visigoths" whom they want to "crush everywhere."
Retaining their Establishment Privilege™ is, to them, far more important than restoring our country's greatness. So who, again, is behaving more like Hitler?
They'll keep dreaming up such ridiculous stuff. That is, till voters' voices wake them, and they drown.
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