News That Will Drive You To Drink

Happy Hour News Briefs

Hey guys, it’s been a while since we checked in with our new pal Mark Taylor, former fireman and self-proclaimed prophet (Lookout, Our Lady of Bountiful Pasta and Good Shoe Wear, Cindy Jacobs, dude is ripping off your grift)! Let’s see what he has to say!

Got that? Comrade Stupid will be re-elected in a landslide and that the Kenyan Usurper will end up on trial for treason! But wait! there’s more!

“…the entire world will see this and they will actually see him and they will look at him and they will say, ‘This is the man that actually almost brought down America? This is the man that everyone was so scared of? This man can’t even complete a sentence.’ That’s what they will see him doing.”

Well, not as racist as Roseanne, but damn.

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9 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Redhand says:

    ‘This is the man that actually almost brought down America? This is the man that everyone was so scared of? This man can’t even complete a sentence.’ That’s what they will see him doing.”

    Ah, it shore sounds like he’s talking about the Orange Asshole. Projection, much?

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  2. Rokai says:

    This is why the ol’ Prayer Antenna needs tinfoil– fine tuning that signal from $beyond!

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  3. Jim says:

    Amazing how many pseudo-religious RW idiots are out there. Not getting out of the boat since I know it’s all a swamp.

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  4. Osirisopto says:

    Boy, they sure do have a hardon for Obama.

    Shouldn’t somebody tell them he’s not coming for their guns, or wimminfolk.

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  5. roket says:

    WARNING: False Prophet

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  6. HarpoSnarx says:

    BONELESS STUFFED BUTT HOLE applies here also.

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  7. Pyed says:

    President Andrew Shepherd:
    Lewis, we’ve had presidents who were beloved, who couldn’t find a coherent sentence with two hands and a flashlight. — The American President [1995]

    I know he was writing about the past, but with George W. Bush five years and Trump twenty-two years in the future, Aaron Sorkin was never more prescient.

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