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Low Life Cheating Republicans!

Will Advocate of PHAET 2012/06/12 13:46:58
Low-life cheatin' Republican!

The Presidential election 2012 was too close to call. Neither Mitt Romney
nor Obama had enough votes to win. There was much talk about ballot
recounting, court challenges, etc., but a week-long ice fishing competition
seemed the sportsmanlike way to settle things.
The candidate that caught the most fish at the end of the week would win the
election.
After much of back and forth discussion, it was decided that the contest
would take place on a remote frozen lake in northern Wisconsin . There were
to be no observers present, and both men were to be sent out separately on
this isolated lake and return at 5 P.M. with their catch for counting and
verification by a team of neutral parties.

At the end of the first day, Mitt Romney returned to the starting line and
he had 10 fish.

Soon, Obama returned and had no fish. Well, everyone assumed he was just
having a bad day or something and hopefully, he would catch up the next day.
At the end of the 2nd day Mitt came in with 20 fish and Obama came in again
with none. That evening, the democrats got together secretly and said, "I
think that Mitt Romney is a low-life, cheatin' son-of-a-gun. Tomorrow, don't
bother fishing. Just spy on him and see just how he is cheating.'

The next night (after Mitt returns with 50 fish), the democrats got together
for the report of how the republicans were cheating.

Obama said, "You are not going to believe this, he's cutting holes in the
ice!"
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  • Reichstolz 2012/06/12 13:55:00
    Reichstolz
    +7
    Explains the progressive mindset perfectly, one they have no idea how to produce results, and two they blame everyone else for their lack of common sense.

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