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Did Melania Trump Just Plagiarize Michelle Obama During Her RNC Speech ? Sure Kinda Looks Like It posted by on July 18, 2016
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I swear it feels like our World has become The Twilight Zone… Do we even have Grown Adults running this Thing anymore ??

Case in point.. .Melania Trump just gave her speech at the Republican National Convention speaking about her husband Donald Trump.

But quick thinking researchers managed to find more than a few similarities between Melania’s “speech” and Michelle Obama’s 2008 DNC Speech.  This year’s campaign has definitely been a haphazard cornucopia of controversy.  Our Nation is definitely divided on some key issues.  There’s definitely a lot of immaturity.

And this is just too dang funny to not mention.  Don’t get it twisted.  I never thought for a minute Melania’s speech was an original.  I definitely assumed it was written by a speech writer as most political speeches are.

But this looks like an 8th grader who fell asleep too soon before cramming for the finals started thinking “It was 8 years ago.. nobody will remember”.

Aaaahhh… The Digital Age.

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Obama Strikes Back: To Shut The Hole Trump And His Wide Open Trap posted by on May 1, 2011
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To me, this is startin’ to sound like an all out war. And it’s not just any war. It’s exactly the same type of war that creates tornadoes and hurricanes.

The two whirlwind forces pushing and pulling each other. It’s the perfect weapon. Watch what you are made to think.

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Donald Trump The MASTER deBATER Fu@ks In Vegas posted by on April 30, 2011
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The MASTER deBATER fu@ks the Apprentice in Vegas

Donald Trump showed all apprentices why he’s the “MASTER deBATER” in Vegas, and dropped quite a few F-Bombs along the way.  “The Bronze Dons” as I like to call him (with his fake tan to match the fake hair), was giving a speech at a reception hosted by two Republican women’s groups in the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino, further alluding to a possible bid in the 2012 presidential election.

As if to plant the seed, Donald said that if he were President, he would be the one man who decides to stand up against OPEC and the rising price of oil, stating:

“They (OPEC) want to go in and raise the price of oil because we have nobody in Washington that sits back and says you’re not going to raise that fu@cking price, you understand me?”

First off, I don’t think he’ll make it to Washington.  Second, if he did make it to Washington, I doubt he would say that to OPEC. Third, if he did say that to OPEC, I doubt they would keep the price of oil low.

That’s just all campaign talk trying to appeal to your potential voters by playing into their current problems.  He did so again by discussing the War in Iraq when he said:

“We build a school, we build a road. They blow up the road. They blow up the school. We build another school, we build another road, they blow them up.  We build again, in the meantime we can’t get a fu@king school built in Brooklyn.”

Get it?  He’s totally playing the role ain’t he?

Trump was also in town for Steve Wynn‘s wedding, and has expressed the nation will know his decision for the 2012 election by June.

BTW… who told him it would be okay to drop F-bombs in front of a whole slew of old white republican women?  That’s like the last crowd you wanna do that to.

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Donald Trump Wastes No Time In Responding To Barack Obama Birth Certificate posted by on April 27, 2011
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Donald Trump wasted no time in responding to the White House’s release of what it said is the original certificate of live birth for President Barack Obama.

In a press conference held in New Hampshire, Donald said the following:

“it is rather amazing that all of the sudden” the document surfaces.  Today I’m very proud of myself, because I’ve accomplished something that no one else has been able to accomplish.  I want to look at it, but I hope it’s true. … But he should have done it a long time ago.”

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Could Our Current Budget Crisis Lead To A Government Shutdown By Friday???? posted by on April 7, 2011
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This House Is Not Having A Party... Between Its Two Parties

Republicans and Democrats are in a deadlocked bullfight over our nations budget… just hours away from the expiration of our current budget spending plan.  Should our Congressional leaders be unable to come to terms over the budget by Friday night midnight, we could see our government actually shut down, an event which last occurred 15 years ago and lasted a total of 21 days.

President Barack Obama held an emergency meeting Wednesday night with House Speaker John Boehner (Republican) and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, in hopes to hash out differences on a budget spending plan that is currently Billions of dollars apart.  President Obama stated that (more…)

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President Barack Obama Is Heading Back To Tinseltown, Seeking Help From Sony Pictures posted by on April 5, 2011
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Even the ladies surrounding Barack Obama look a little disappointed

Maybe they might make a movie to rewrite the last 2 years.

President Barack Obama will be visiting the southland on April 21st, in order to jump start his re-election campaign.  Specifically, the President will be appearing at a fundraiser being held at Sony Picture Studios in Culver City, California.

Ticket prices for the fundraiser will be $100 for those under 40 years of age, $250 for general admission and $2,500 for VIP seating.  Obama officially started his re-election campaign yesterday by filing the necessary paperwork with the Federal Election Commission and sending an e-mail to supporters which included a 2 minute video of volunteers from his 2008 campaign declaring the importance of Obama’s re-election.

His bid for re-election has already seen opposition from the Republican National Committee, but Barack Obama is hoping that support from the celebrity realm of Hollywood can help him overcome the challenges he faces, as well as disappointment from the general public of America.

In his e-mail, President Obama said

“though I’m focused on the job you elected me to do and the race may not reach full speed for a year, the work of laying the foundation for our campaign must start today.”

What do you think?  Can the celebrity pull of Hollywood help Barack Obama overcome the mishaps of the last two years to get him re-elected?

 

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