Romney Volunteer Tells Florida Elderly That Muslim Obama Will Get Rid of Medicare
With the election a mere weeks away and the polls tightening ever so much, campaign workers and volunteers are burning the midnight oil to get their man a November victory.
They're knocking on doors, registering folks to vote, and making phone calls to educate the masses on the qualities of their candidate and why they should be president of the United States of America.
It really is one of the best things about this country: citizen volunteers using their spare time to do their civic duty.
At least one particular citizen is going the extra mile when she makes phone calls. Instead of telling elderly Floridians why Romney is a great candidate, she also educates them on why Obama is not, mainly because he's going to destroy Medicare, turn us into the new USSR, and also that he's actually a Muslim!
"Y'all are senior citizens right? Yeah... you don't want Obama. You really don't Obama, because he'll get rid of your Medicare. You might as well well say 'goodbye' to it. Yeah, and uh, I don't know if you've done any research on Obama or not, but he is a Muslim. He is; he got a socialistic view on the, you know, the economy, the government, the whole nine yards. If he had his way, we'd be a socialistic country. OK... pay attention to Fox News... If you can get out and watch that movie 2016, do so. That has a lot of good information. Just really... the newspapers and the Fox News will help y'all out, OK?"
Good to know Romney's got such well-informed, educated volunteers taking time out of their busy schedule to call some old people and scare them into believing Obama is a secret socialist Mooooslem who will take away their Medicare and have them pledging allegiance to a red flag.
Y'all might as well say guhbaahhh tah y'all Medicayre. Ahlso, Obama is black. Didjy'all know thaaat? Y'all think abaout thaaat. Y'all take care. Thank yeeeeeee....
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