A vote for The Boy is a vote against the Bill of Rights, the Geneva Convention, and centuries of civilized behavior and cultural development. Isn’t that what we all want?
It’s time to put cards on the table, folks.
The Boy’s got the votes, he’s a winner, he’s not low energy like all those losers around him, he’s not instigating violent behavior at his little rallies, and, when you get to the bottom line, he is really just stalking Megyn Kelly and that’s OK, isn’t it?
We should get behind him! Let’s propel him forward to the nomination, not get in his way.
Resistance is futile. And here’s why!
- The Boy finds the Bill of Rights a nuisance. Face it: freedom of the press means anyone at any time can say things about politics and politicians in general that just don’t agree with the simple principles on which our country was founded. Well, that’s not right! Stop saying things, people. Agree with me or I’m gonna sue you! And just don’t get me started on the Second Amendment that clearly states I can own a gun of special op military capabilities to keep my neighbors on their side of the fence. We need to have it both ways, people. And yes, I do hand-pick the amendments I like. You don’t need all ten when I only need one.
- The Boy thinks blond news anchor girls are also a nuisance. Chick asked about The Boy and his obvious condescension toward women months ago and The Boy can’t let it go. And why should he? After all, some nerve on her part asking him about women. Go figure. It’s not like they are half the electorate.
- The Boy thinks political correctness is another nuisance. I don’t like you because of the way you dress or speak or move. I should be able to tell you that and not have anyone stop me. I also don’t like that church you go to or the fact you don’t go to my church, the only church. So, I can just let it fly that you’re wrong and I’m right. Get over it.
- The Boy wants us to stop Mexicans at the border, for god’s sake! He’ll build a great big wall and get them to pay for it. Such a nuisance to hear, “For Spanish, Press One.” Wasn’t this country discovered by a guy who spoke English? That’s good enough for me.
- The Boy’s got no experience, but neither did George Washington and he did just fine, didn’t he? The professional politicians have screwed everything up and it will take a professional reality TV star to make America great again.
A vote for The Boy is a vote against the Bill of Rights, the Geneva Convention, and centuries of civilized behavior and cultural development. Isn’t that what we all want? Why, that’s hours of recess instead of class, no repercussions or timeouts for violent or despicable behavior, and no filters on speech such that hate speech is acceptable and hateful actions condoned. Get over yourself, losers! Your children are about to be sent to start conflicts all over the place to help make America great again.
We’ll all be better off with The Boy in office, his right hand on The Button, a basket of over-ripe tomatoes at his left – just in case someone comes into the West Wing who disagrees with him, he can lob a few at their head before those professional agitators are put in solitary for the rest of their days.
Stop him? Oh hell, no. Put him in office. I can’t wait til he redecorates the place. He’ll put Louis XIV, Imelda Marcos, and Saddam Hussein to shame.
Anne Born is a New York-based writer who has been writing stories and poetry since childhood. She blogs on The Backpack Press and Tumbleweed Pilgrim and her writing focuses on family and life in a big city after growing up in a small one. She is the author of “A Marshmallow on the Bus,” “Prayer Beads on the Train,” and “Waiting on a Platform.” Most of her writing is done on the bus. www.about.me/anneborn. You can follow Anne on Wattpad, Instagram, and Twitter at @nilesite and listen to Born in the Bronx on Our Salon Radio.
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