Joe Biden's bus: No Malarkey

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    JonLP
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    HassleCat
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    Isn’t Malarkey disappointed at being left off the bus?

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    LiberalElite
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    Nothing like trying to show you’re with it by using a word that hasn’t been used in a long, long time.

    I feel much better since I gave up hope.

    "If everyone demanded peace instead of another television set, then there’d be peace." – John Lennon

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    chknltl
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    As a voter, I’ ve had it up to here with the malarkey produced by both parties.

    ‘Status Quo Joe’* has only offered us more malarkey!

     

    *(Hmmm…Status Quo Joe….Status Quo Joe….kinda catchy in an accurate sorta way.  If it isn’t already on twitter, please pass it along. It’d look good on his bus too!)

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    Babel 17
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    So it’s official, an opponent of Biden, or Russia!, has planted an advisor on his campaign. “Go with the story about your hairy legs!”, “Remind people you’re lovable like Santa Claus by saying you like kids climbing into your lap!”. The genius of combining both of those two into one moment was all Joe though.

    This however is the whipped cream, with a cherry, on top.

    What an idea, to take the John McCain campaign from twenty years ago and then antique it so it seemed even more quaint.

    Here’s a free suggestion for the campaign to use. Hand out buttons for everyone on the bus that are labeled “Rough Riders”, so you can evoke a politician who spanned both the 19th and 20th centuries, and thus really give the campaign a nostalgic feel. lol

     

    https://www.tulsi2020.com/

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