A possible Gary Johnson voter . . .
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Poor Abby :(
As somebody said on Twitter, it won’t end on November 6. The press has already started asking about Christie and Hillary and others for 2016.
“And they won’t stop fucking **CALLING** us!!”
PRICELESS! Someone ought to rub this video in the faces of the two cretin candidates for the Puppet Throne.
And yes, poor, POOR little Abby! We feel your pain, sweetie.
“It’ll be over soon, Abby.”
Awwwww… adults can be so adorably naive.
Campaigning should be limited to 3 months and officially named the Silly Season. I voted early and for Gary Johnson. Just glad I don’t live in a swing state.
I wish people would take my advice. Presidential elections need to take place in Thunderdome. No debates. No campaign commercials. No SuperPACs.
Just Thunderdome. Every candidate enters. Only one exits… into another Thunderdome where they must fight a bear, a lion, and a tiger simultaneously.
Whichever one of those four survives is our next president.
Put it on pay per view with the proceeds donated to charity, and I think we have a far better way of choosing our next ‘leader’.
Big ups to Comrade Dread (#7). President Bear … I can get behind that, one hundred percent.
As my name says I live in NY state so the Democrats win this state hands down. The only reason I’m voting this time around is to vote for Chris Edes in the US Senate election.
Why’s everyone getting all hot and bothered about erections?
It’s a perfectly natural physiologic response. Grow up.
I’m not the first to point this out, but if he were really named “Bronco Bama”, this thing would have been over months ago.
Bronco Bama and Mitt Romney bring me to tears too.
Sriracha Bear for President
Ditto to #5.
Listen ya little pouty-faced brat: there are more than just two parties!
Reportedly she’d been watching the coverage on PBS. Many of us are tired of the campaigns, but if you watched it all thru the lens of PBS ….
Someone on the Bob and Tom radio show mentioned how they were “impressed” that a 4-year old knew the candidates’ names.
More like “depressed”, if you ask me.
In 4 years, we’re all going to be MUCH more tired of one of them.
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