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Journal Jeremiah Cornelius's Journal: All Hail President Robomney! 7

Running unopposed, President Robomney exceeded all expections by winning with nearly 100% of the popular vote.

With a nod to other sources, what can we expect with the people's mandate for a Robomney leadership?

  1. Robomney Will Continue The Policy Of Dollar Devaluation
  2. Robomney Will Continue Extreme Government Debt Spending
  3. Robomney Will Support And Expand On Wars In The Middle East
  4. Robomney Will Lock Down The Web And Limit Internet Speech
  5. Robomney Will Reduce American Civil Liberties to Empty Sloganeering and Invalidate Human Rights
  6. Robomney Will Embrace A Globalist Dynamic And Abandon American Sovereignty

And, Robomney will continue the greatest transfer of wealth in the history of the world - from the bottom, vast majority, to the top, super-rich.

Hail Robomney! Hail Newmerica!

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  • It's not GNU/merica?

    We call him O'Bomney, named after a nice little pub, where every night they would sing patriotic hymns []

  • Perhaps your time would be better spent examining why a majority of the US population is perfectly happy with their country's level of involvement overseas as opposed to homogenizing two separate, and different entities.

    In other news, Iran's getting sanctions, not bombs. I'll take my small victories where I can get them.
    • The most lied to people on earth? They can't tell ideal from ideology or principles from cornflakes.

      Not their fault... entirely.

      • How wonderfully dismissive. Thanks for reiterating my point for me.
        • It's not being dismissive, that's simply hitting the nail on the head. Maybe other people are lied to more, but Americans are lied to a lot -- you can try to argue that, but if you just dismiss it by calling it dismissive, and pretend it reiterated your "point"*, you're projecting and being unintentionally ironic, but that's about it.

          * which was? that it can't be so bad because the American people accept it? You are aware the same could have been said about Adolf Hitler and the Germans, right?

          ^ And speaking

"This is lemma 1.1. We start a new chapter so the numbers all go back to one." -- Prof. Seager, C&O 351