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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Where "Americans" means "people in states that voted for me."

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A sampling:

I've always been a good student." I attended school.

"I'm hard at work." I'm golfing alone.

"I'm working hard." I'm golfing with others

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"He's the perfect man for the job."
He'll be great at obliterating the department he's heading.

"He's doing an incredible job."
He works for me, and he's a terrific liar.

"He's done an incredible job."
He doesn't lie as well as he used to, and may soon be fired.

"He's a disappointment."
Due to his slavish devotion to ethics, he's been fired.

"He's somewhat disappointing."
I don't like his beta-male looks and behavior, and, besides, he's low-energy.

"He's a good kid."
I don't like his beta-male looks and behavior, but both Ivana and the paternity test say he's my son.
"He's a good man."

I don't know the guy, but he's right here in front of me, smiling.

"He's an excellent man."
He may be smarter than me, but that does not make me dumber than him.

#1 | Posted by Doc_Sarvis at 2017-12-20 11:56 AM | Reply


"Angela Merkel."
German Hillary.

"Justin Trudeau."
Canadian Emmanuel Macron.

"Emmanuel Macron."
Young, French, non-Kenyan Obama.

"Globalists."
All non-Jared Jews.


This list is great.

#2 | Posted by IndianaJones at 2017-12-20 01:10 PM | Reply

"Believe me!".....I'm lying.

#3 | Posted by danni at 2017-12-20 01:35 PM | Reply

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