Saturday, October 22, 2016

#17 - Trump is Literally Hitler and Hillary is Literally the Devil










116 comments:

  1. I mute the TV now when the news comes on about either of them and I live in Ireland!

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    1. We need all the beer in Ireland just to get through anything related to this election. I'm surprised neither of us got alcohol poisoning from the last debate.

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  2. This is like a reality show gone...nev mind...just a typical reality show. What amazes me is that this was building and building with all the mud slinging while we Canucks had an election and our pretty boy has already been in office for a year. The U.S. Is still slinging it out....way too long and just sad

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    1. I just love that the mudslinging is everything. Even the debate.

      Moderator: Mr. Trump, how would you grow the economy?
      Trump: Hillary's e-mails!
      Moderator: Mrs. Clinton, how do you plan to fix Obamacare?
      Clinton: Trump builds his casinos with CHINESE STEEL!

      Wake us when this is all over, yeah?

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  3. I'd laugh but that is so damned accurate...

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    1. So who are you voting for, Hitler or The Criminal?

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  4. So between a reptilian hissing female (looks a bit like Alien) and a fear-mongering idiot businessman, there isn't much choice. . .is this the best the USA has to offer? Or just the two most likely to succeed in their own minds? The world doesn't have much longer to wait, and we might get to see more of the Trump travelling show as he rants about rigged elections. . .stay tuned.

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    1. Rigged? Pssh, how could the election ever be rigged? Anyway, we're really curious to see who our dead relatives end up voting for this year!

      http://denver.cbslocal.com/2016/09/22/cbs4-investigation-finds-dead-voters-casting-ballots-in-colorado/

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    2. If you think they're the only options, you really need to look up Gov. Gary Johnson.

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    3. Uh, but how can a third party candidate win when there are only two parties?

      Checkmate, crazy person!

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  5. Poor Devil, it must be horrible to be one-upped by the species you've been so powerful over for so long...

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    1. He may be scared of Hillary, but he should also be scared of Trump, too; if Trump wins, I bet his first course of action is deporting him straight back to Hell (build a wall!).

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  6. That must be the "South Park Movie" devil...

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    1. His goat fur is surprisingly soft. It's like petting a giant, evil cat.

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  7. It jut amazes me that with millions of people in the US...these are the two that we have to choose from to lead our country.

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    1. I don't know if "choose" is the right word. Do we, the American public, ever really get a "choice" in anything?

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    2. Gov. Gary Johnson! I've never been a Libertarian, but he makes so much more sense right now!

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    3. It would have been cool to see him at the debates but apparently they didn't want to derail the trainwreck that is Mommy and Daddy awkwardly fighting over Christmas dinner.

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  8. Up here, we quite like Hilary, certainly when it comes to the choice before you all.

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    1. Down here, 11% of people trust Hillary, and 14% of people believe in Bigfoot. Just let that set in.

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  9. "Oh my gato!" My cat HRH approves this new buzz phrase and has instructed me to use it incessantly from now on.

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    1. Hurray! At least SOMETHING good has come of this election!

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  10. Haha. I loved it when Brandon said "I did Nazi that coming." I didn't literally love it, though. I have some standards. And batteries.

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    1. We're glad Jew like it.

      (We're sorry, but we had to)

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  11. Little known secret: Kanye West is literally Donald Trump.
    [im]http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/09/03/01/2BD5D13700000578-3220415-New_look_Other_memes_doing_the_rounds_showed_what_the_style_cons-a-28_1441241739613.jpg[/im]

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    1. It makes so much sense now! I don't suppose we can get him to deport the Kardashians and build a wall around them?

      (Side note: the code to post pictures seems to be broken. Need to fix that. WTF?)

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    2. Alright, I fixed it! Hillary Trump says: Make the blog great again! I'm with B&B!

      [im]http://gag.fm/uploads/posts/t/s-8914.jpg[/im]

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    3. Hahaha!! You fixed it, and you fixed it right!!
      PS Or Donald Clinton? It's anyone's guess.

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  12. Dipshit 1 vs. Dipshit 2, who to choose... Someone else, that's who. People can vote shame me all they want "You're throwing your vote away","You'll let Trump win", yada yada yada. When things get nasty, I can say that it's not my fault I didn't vote for the idiot.

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    1. We'll save the rant, but if your only argument to vote for Dipshit 1 is "Well, at least they aren't Dipshit 2" and vice versa, then voting third party or not voting IS your vote. It's saying the two party system has failed, and we need to fix this shit so we can bring in candidates we're genuinely excited about.

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    2. The two party system has been failing for decades. We have a flawed system. If people would actually show up and vote Johnson, we may finally break it to a point where it gets fixed!

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    3. I always vote with my Johnson. Wait, what?

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  13. Gotta be the worst election, if you can even call it that, in history. Better off moving to Mexico and hiding behind the wall Trump wants to make than voting for either of those buffoons.

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    1. The US has Hillary and Donald, Mexico has beautiful beaches, tacos, and hot women. I see no downside to this line of thinking.

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  14. Actually, if you look at the material around Hitler's rise to power, it is astonishingly similar to Trump's rise.
    And, you know, Hillary can't be the Devil because I am.

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    1. If that's the case, I can hardly wait to see Charlie Chaplin's portrayal. I wonder if Trump's early watercolors were any good?

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  15. "I did Nazi that coming". -- HA!-HA!

    Hellary and The Devil reminds me of Bebe Glazer...

    Roz: "It's not as if she worships the devil."
    Frasier: "She doesn't HAVE to! He worships HER!!"

    Hellary Clinton really did eat all the children she bore to Bill. She let Chelsea survive as a way of getting back at Bill. Every time Bill looks at Chelsea, he's reminded of Hellary's adulterous affair with Webb Hubbell...

    (Link>) CHELSEA HUBBELL WITH HER REAL PAPA, WEBB

    Well, I had to wait in a 40-minute line of eager Trump voters to do it, but about 2 hours ago I cast my vote for Donald Hitler. And I did it with joy, after making the asshole in front of me in the line wearing the Hillary Clinton T-shirt go to the restroom and turn it inside-out.

    You know how Democrats are: they're on hidden-camera video saying how "legalities and ethics" are irrelevant to them. Well, that was one guy who found out he was just ahead of a real American patriot who enforced the polling place law on his cheatin' ass. He'll remember this election as the one where he cast an inside-out vote wearing an inside-out T-shirt, with Hellary's horrible face right up against his flabby chest. (Some of us actually respect and ENFORCE the laws on our Marxist brethren.)

    ~ D-FensDogG
    'Loyal American Underground'

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    1. If that dude wearing the Hillary shirt wanted to do it the legal way, he should have just had Bill Clinton patrolling the polling place. That, in the eyes of the law, is totally acceptable.

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    2. Wow! That's shocking!! I never thought I'd see the day when one of the Clinton's would transgress "legalities and ethics". That almost -- ALMOST! -- calls into question my long-term respect for the Bonnie And Clyde of Arkansas.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  16. "I did nazi that coming." Great line!

    (sigh) Unfortunately, we don't have a great choice. But my hubby and I voted on Thursday, so now I can tune out all of the political noise. (Or try to, anyway.)

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    1. Oh, my sweet, summer child. You think this is over simply because you voted? This madness is only beginning.

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  17. Yikes. I don't like to comment about politics, but like Susan I did think that line was a good one.

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    1. Our only real stance on politics is, "It's awful, and everyone sucks."

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  18. As the others...the "did nazi that coming" is a great line.

    I am voting on Monday and haven't a clue what to do...there is no good choice. As for the "rigged" election relating to dead people voting in Colorado. I am pretty sure even the deceased in CO are undecided on which of those two horrible choices to vote for. I wouldn't be surprised if they just don't vote this time around.

    I agree with you that this is just the beginning of the madness. I think You guys should of marketed bumper stickers with "It's awful and everyone sucks." I think there are a lot of people out there that totally agree. (me included for sure)

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    1. My poor dead great grandmother. I bet in addition to spinning in her grave, she's also just staring at her blank ballot, trying to figure out who to vote for, just sighing as she wishes she could die all over again.

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  19. Ah, Godwin's Law.

    When the day comes when people are saying of someone, "He's literally Trump!!!", then we'll know that the tourch was actually passed.

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    1. Can the torch be passed? World War II, concentration camps, and death tolls in the millions seems like a hard act to follow. Especially when all you've got so far is, "grabbed pussies."

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  20. I am happy to see that America has really risen to the occasion when it comes to hyperbole.

    I never imagined people would take it so seriously when I offered a million dollars to the person who could engage in the most over the top hyperbole.

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    1. Maybe, but I feel like there are still some missed opportunities. For example, which candidate is literally cancer?

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  21. Dammnit and they said the whole time Obama was the devil. Make up your minds people

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    1. Actually, if you recall, Obama is the Ant-Christ, Hillary is Satan, Al Gore is Cthulhu, and Joe Biden just plays ding-dong-ditch in his neighborhood hoping someone will finally notice his evil misdeeds.

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  22. Seems more like you're saying Clinton is Illuminati with that lizard head. That could get you eaten!
    [im]http://66.media.tumblr.com/22be731496bed0ef6c48b96d59ddfa70/tumblr_inline_ob599piT9x1r63chl_400.jpg[/im]

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    1. I believe the term is reptilian, and that's the greatest picture I've ever seen. God bless the Internet. I believe it was Obama who started the reptilian spawn.

      [im]http://www.witchbeam.com/the-images/obama-reptilian.gif[/im]

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  23. and I am literally over this election and am terrified that one of these will win. I want a primary do over

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    1. As Neil DeGrasse Tyson said, I wish we had a None of the Above option on the ballot. If the majority chooses that, then we have to do the election all over again.

      If only.

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    2. I want a primary do over as well, maybe we could change the course of events. I JUST WANT TO SCREAM... oh wait i just did.. Sorry guys

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    3. No need to apologize. You can scream here any time. I think this is all of us right now.

      [im]http://rs674.pbsrc.com/albums/vv101/reeenda/writing_process.gif~c200[/im]

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    4. >>... I think this is all of us right now.

      That's not ME at all right now.

      This has been the BEST presidential election of my 57 years. With the exception of RON PAUL, I've never been so excited to vote for a candidate as I was yesterday in casting an early ballot for Donald Trump.

      The 'Communist Party USA' hates Trump. So does Bill and Hillary Clinton. The Democrat party hates Trump. And the Republican party hates him, as well as the Mainstream Media, and ALL of Wall Street (aka the International Bankers, aka Corporate America).

      THIS is the candidate I've "LITERALLY" been waiting all my life to vote for. When every single person and organization that I absolutely hate HATES a candidate, then I have DEFINITELY found THE CANDIDATE OF MY DREAMS!!

      This last year has been the most entertaining and interesting of my entire life. I just hope it ends well. (The devil is a hard beast to beat!)

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Rev. 3'

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  24. I'm so tired. How can we be sure which is the lesser evil with they're both forms of Satan. What is also frightening is that some people are so sure that one of them is a great choice. Ouch, America. Ouch.

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    1. If you think you're exhausted now, just wait until one of these people gets sworn into office. We imagine it'll be one of those moments like, "Holy shit, we've been fighting so long I forgot to actually formulate a plan. Now how the hell do I president?"

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  25. That gave me a chuckle. I think I'm ready to reset 2016.

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    1. I wonder, if we all rallied together and all agreed on it, that after December 31st rolls over to January 1st that we declare it January 1st, 2016, and we just do the whole year over again, like it never happened.

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  26. Did you see Saturday Night live last night? Alex Baldwin has Trump down. It is rather scary to watch, comical satire that is actually reality..someone wake me up when this nightmare is over.

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    1. The funny thing is, SNL doesn't really have to try very hard because the reality is already funnier than the skit itself. You really can't make this crap up.

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  27. It's all a little bit scary your politics. And I am on the other side of the world.
    Shall be very glad when there is something else the world can talk about..

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    1. If Trump becomes president, I feel like the world chatter will only increase...

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  28. I'm getting a kick out of this election actually ruining friendships. They should just let them be co-presidents and turn it into a reality show. That will be the peak of human ingenuity.

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    1. They already act like an old married couple - might as well, right? The nation is fucked anyway, might as well save some friendships (and families, in many cases).

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  29. Are those weird white lumps in Trump's hair eggs? I want to look up a solid GIF that'll sum up the election and make me sigh with triumph like, "and THAT is a show stopper, let me load my smug pipe and don my smoking jacket and lean back in my non-existent recliner because I just blew minds . . . Hold on. I didn't go down on everyone's mind boners to climax, I just teased their mind dongs to semi-chubbies. I need a new hobby."

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    1. [im]http://i.imgur.com/ehtqTpW.gif[/im]
      So... like... did this do anything for you?

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  30. Thank you. I needed that laugh. Just filled out my ballot. haha

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    1. I hope there was plenty of dancing during that ballot filling outing.
      [im]https://media.giphy.com/media/3o6gE1gnaojc9O5cD6/giphy.gif[/im]

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  31. I think the world will LITERALLY blow up if either of those two is elected.

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    1. RIP Earth: -4,600,000,000 - 2016

      It was a good run! Wait, no it wasn't. What the hell are we celebrating?

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  32. I think you did a wonderful job depicting Hitlery or Killary or Shillary or whatever the internet is calling her now. It's really strange to say but, from an objective point of view, Trump might actually be the lesser evil. They both kinda suck but at least he hasn't rigged elections, manipulated the media, and had his detractors killed.

    I'm telling you now this shit is fun to watch from the outside. My condolences to your country though.

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    1. At this point, the election is such a circus that I hope November 8th is just a steel cage death match. My bet's on Trump, because Hillary's hitmen won't be allowed inside the cage. Well, maybe they'll just assassinate him after the match and then no one wins?

      If shit goes sideways, you'd better have room for a couple more immigrant roommates over there.

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  33. *reads some of these comments*


    *backs away slowly from thread*

    Oh goodness, those are...opinions....

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    1. The opinions here are incredibly tame compared to anything you'd find on YouTube, or a news comment section, or my drunk uncle's Facebook wall. Or the Hillary-is-a-Reptilian-Underlord forums. Those are fun if you ever want to kill a few brain cells.

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  34. Well, that about says it all...no wait, News at eleven and Armageddon on January 21st, 2017. Fasten your seat belts, cause it's gonna be a wild ride on the darkest of sides.

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    1. The news conducted a study, and found that there's a 97% chance of meteors striking the earth and obliterating us all in a sea of fire if Donald Trump wins.

      ***THIS STUDY PAID FOR BY HILLARY CLINTON***

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    2. The news conducted a study...ha, ha, ha!

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  35. Maybe we'll get lucky and aliens from another world will make this stop before we really hurt ourselves. How we got here is the Big Question. I don't think it will end with a bang or whimper, more likely a toilet flush.

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    1. I imagine that the aliens, much like the rest of the world, just have their binoculars and their popcorn and are laughing their asses off. Free entertainment! Why stop everyone's favorite reality show?

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  36. Election Day is only two weeks away! Finally, we can have peace and tranquility as things return to normal.
    I'm naive that way.

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    1. I bet in his first 100 days, President Trump is going to reach out to women and 'grab them', if you will, with his newfound policies.

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  37. Election Day is only two weeks away! Finally, we can have peace and tranquility as things return to normal.
    I'm naive that way.

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    1. I bet in her first 100 days, President Clinton is going to completely retool Obamacare, which is an impressive thing to do from prison.

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  38. Pretty much on spot.
    Hitler vs demon.
    Gotta vote for one...

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    1. Well, you don't HAVE to vote for one. You could vote for Gary Johnson. Or you could bash your brain against a concrete barrier until you rupture your brain.

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    2. I hold hope for Johnson.
      But we have to ALL agree that he's better than the others and actually vote our conscience, and not just "the lesser of the two..."

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  39. B&B:
    Sounds about right to me.
    What has become of this nation when the only choices we're forced to select from are BOTH the worst ones?
    Kinda like the difference between a turdburger and a crap sandwich, hmm?
    Good call.

    Stay safe out there, guys.

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    1. Well, obviously you choose the turd burger because of the toasted bun.

      ...Right?

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    2. Feast on the french fries and skip the sandwich.
      ...(That would be the Libertarian alternative whom everyone forgets about)

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    3. Or just don't eat at all, because you probably don't need it, chunky!
      -the politically anorexic alternative

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  40. Do you mean this shit is real? I thought it was some sort of spoof election. You only get to choose one of those?

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    1. I'm choosing a ham sandwich because a ham sandwich has never let me down.

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  41. Yep, here's what's happening in PA right now: "former attorney general Kathleen Kane, sentenced to 10-23 months in prison for corruption, also to eight years of probation . . . Kane's need for revenge led her to break the law and then lie to a grand jury. Kane, who was accused of leaking secret investigative files to embarrass a rival prosecutor, was convicted of perjury and obstruction."

    Leaking secret investigative files to EMBARRASS A RIVAL gets you prison, but mishandling top-secret government emails and then deleting them gets you a "she didn't mean it." Pffft

    I actually saw someone argue on fb the other day that they couldn't understand what anyone could have against Hillary because "people keep accusing her of things and nothing has stuck." Yes, people really are following her that blindly and ignoring so many incidents that are becoming too numerous to list.

    I would vote for myself if I could. I'm completely incompetent when it comes to government, but I'd like to think I'd be a breath of fresh air because of it. I love that your devil is scared of her. He should be; I am, too.

    And it cracks me up that you always have eggs in Donald's nest. I mean, hair.

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    1. And now I believe I've successfully written a comment that is longer than your actual post. Sorry about that wee bit of usurping, guys.

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    2. Hey now, if you think about it, Hillary's only REAL crime was using private servers for 4 consecutive years to hide her mixing of politics and personal finances/fundraisers via e-mail, and then deleting 33,000 of these e-mails through a program called Bleachbit that specially scrubs all digital traces away and by smashing phones to eliminate any stored copies once the court demanded to see them... and really, is that a crime?

      Oh wait, yes it is.

      No need to apologize, and thanks for the awesome comment! The fact that so many people make light of this, like 'well, the FBI says it was fine, so that means she did nothing wrong!' confounds both of us.

      Anyhow, this election is awful and we just want it to be over with. Care to have some Trump egg omelettes with us? His hair keeps the eggs surprisingly warm, which makes for a very delicious yolk. I wouldn't recommend getting the Trump mimosa, though. It's made of the same orange stuff they spray on his face, and spoiler alert, it tastes like paint thinner.

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  42. I know this is in jest, but I really feel like that (sort of). My absentee ballot has been cast for Gary Johnson. The only candidate who I do not believe will completely paralyze and polarize the country!

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    1. Feel the Johnson!
      [im]https://feelthejohnson2016.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/image_4.jpeg?w=520&h=350&crop=1[/im]

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    2. ROFL!!! Trying to scroll through comments quickly on this blog is so totally pointless!!

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    3. Maybe one day we'll admit that we make short comics just so we can have more time for fun in the comments section.

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    4. "Erect Johnson" said the person who learned English as a second language and can't quite get that "L"!
      Laughing so hard right now, in Beijing.

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  43. This election is an embarrassment. I just wrote a political blog post about the voting process and the candidates. I sent in my overseas absentee ballot and voted for Gary Johnson. I want more ideas and voices than just Republican and Democrat.

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    1. To us, the funny thing about the two party system is that by having two complete and extreme opposites, nothing ever gets resolved. No one wants to reach common ground - it's all or nothing. You're either with us or against us, helping this country or destroying it (in their eyes). We talk about wanting to work together, but then we latch onto one tiny issue (let's say guns) and by your stance on that alone people will say, "Ah, so you're one of THEM, aren't you?"

      Uh, no, I'm not 'them'. I'm 'me'. Nice to meet you, jackass.

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  44. Well I can't share it, apparently, but I think I get what you're talking about.

    http://modernengendering.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/hillary_monster.jpg

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    1. Here you go.
      [im]http://modernengendering.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/hillary_monster.jpg[/im]

      And as a bonus...
      [im]https://media.giphy.com/media/11ziErSEWbAlXi/giphy.gif[/im]

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  45. It's no secret I'm a political junkie and even I can't listen to the news or talk radio anymore. It's too much. Either way, this country is royally screwed.

    *I just deleted a whole rant - be glad :)

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  46. Someone might have posted, so I apologize if I'm repeating the joke.

    Trump and Hilary are fishing in shark infested waters. If the boat capsizes, who would live?

    The American people

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    1. That's amazing, and I hope you know we're probably "borrowing" that joke in the future.
      [im]https://media.giphy.com/media/AOrThUuuOoDCg/giphy.gif[/im]

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    1. Thankfully, it's only 4 short years until the next election...

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