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Faux-News Thing found under rock now presumptive GOP nominee Thing from under rock Something that crawled out from under a rock is now the presumptive Republican nominee for the presidency. Following Indiana's primary Tuesday, Someone Creepy dropped out of the race, clearing the way for the vile thing. "We will make America great again," oozed the odious offense against nature. The sleazy slime slithered through the primaries, emitting claims of greatness. It spoke directly to the Republican id, saying openly things that many party members actually believe. In the end, primary voters chose the thing over 16 other candidates, including a few who were not insane. The revolting horror is well-respected for his work in civil rights. "There's nobody that's done so much for equality as I have." It further explained that it let just anyone come into its clubs. The thing has also spoken about immigrants, women, religion, autocracy, reporters, veterans and violence. "The important thing is we beat Hillary," said a sobbing reporter for Fox News. "It's a clear choice between our fabricated portrayal of Clinton and a very real, racist, narcissistic ass, with no visible presidential skills, and a little boy's view of women, who thinks he's the best at everything." How the hell this happened Years of fostering intolerance and conspiracy theories grew a cesspool of ignorance initially considered useful. But the horrid thing thrived in the ick . Some members of the party saw this coming, and endorsed the nominee early on. "I endorse this mass of phlegm, ego and empty bluster," said former candidate Chris Christie. "Sure, whatever. Can I go now? I have a bridge to close." "There are two unholy abominations," yawned former candidate Ben Carson. "One is a fetid monstrosity that spontaneously generated from garbage and waste under a rock in an illegal dump site at an abandoned chemical factory. The other is much more cerebral. It has the ability to listen and make decisions." The unnatural goo agreed. "I have a very good brain," oozed the putrid blob. "And I've said a lot of things." Recent stories 2016/05/04 Thing found under rock now presumptive GOP nominee 2016/05/03 Wicked Witch blocks vote on Judge Garland due to typo 2011/03/07 Governor Walker visits Farmer Brown 2006/10/31 Scary characters promised for Nov. 7 Halloween celebration 2006/10/13 Bush stubs toe; blames Clinton 2006/09/25 John McCain eats a bug 2006/09/18 Fighting fascism requires dictatorial powers, fervent nationalism 2006/09/10 Mickey Mouse resigns from Disney 2006/08/28 Pluto leaving Solar System entirely 2006/08/15 Liquids banned; snakes welcomed 2006/07/25 Embryos evacuated safely from Lebanon 2006/06/26 Microsoft to counter growing robot threat 2006/06/17 Alderaan survivors are enjoying homeworld's death, says author 2006/05/30 Mexican banditos may get amnesty for service in NSA 2006/04/24 Aquaman elected mayor of New Orleans 2006/04/17 Kunta Kinte advises caution on 'guest worker' program 2006/03/27 White House toilet clogged by U.S. Constitution 2006/03/13 White House defends spying on Frankenfurter mansion 2006/03/07 Yet another pig lipsticked 2006/02/28 ABC to air Lost retrospective retrospective 2006/02/20 Media unfair to Darth Vader 2006/02/10 Bush orders surveillance of black funerals 2006/02/06 Paris Hilton missing after cruise ship wedding to Scott Peterson 2006/01/30 Oprah summons the full power of the storm 2006/01/23 Plantation owners offended by Clinton's "plantation" remark 2006/01/16 G.O.P. sued for breach of Contract with America 2006/01/11 Nosferatu promises to keep an open mind 2006/01/09 God sues Pat Robertson for slander 2006/01/02 Bush expresses, hires Lowered Expectations Faux-News Archives October - December 2005 July - September 2005 April - June 2005 January - March 2005 October - December 2004

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