Via LC and IB Bill Quick:
SNORT, HACK, COUGH, BWAHAHAHAHAAHAAAHAHA!
Is that clear enough for you, Liar Boy?
OK, all calm and collected now. This hysterical laughter can’t possibly be good for us in our advanced age:
Here’s the thing, Ruuuuuuuubio. You lied. You ran an entire campaign on the promise that you, if elected, would under no circumstances, in any shape, form or fashion, accept anything that even remotely had anything to do with amnesty, i.e. legalization of illegal aliens. You said that. Repeatedly. Loudly. Everywhere.
And we, the easily duped, bought it because, you know, how could this guy be any more clear? And you won.
And then you hadn’t even had time to let your seat get warm under your lying, traitorous butt before you raced to be the first to Chuckie Schumer and Harry Reid’s zippers.
You lied. You’re done. If any of us out here were daft enough to believe a single word you say from here on to eternity, WE’D be guilty of criminal stupidity. After all, if you lied about the central plank in the platform you won on, what kind of inexcusable nitwit would believe that you wouldn’t lie about everything else?
Nobody but the terminally stupid have any trust in you, Ruuuuubio, and for good reasons.
Enemies we take prisoner, traitors we hang.
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