Don’t Sasse Me!

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From Max’s Dad:

Watch out for this guy, America. His name is Ben Sasse (Weirdo-Ne) and he doesnt much like the orange blob of espionage in the White House. He didnt like him back in the summer of 2016, didnt much like him in the fall of 2016, and doesnt much like him now. Sasse took a lot of shit from the angry white rubes of his home state back in the good old days when Hillary was going to kick Trump’s ass. Never gonna vote for him again, oughta be recalled blah blah blah. Yeah right.

Sasse has written a book about how to raise yer kiddies to grow up and be just like him and he’s pimping it like Huggy Bear on a Friday night in 1978. Sasse seems to think “adults” have lost control and big brats like Trump have become the norm. Sasse has been making a lot of noise for a long time about the pre-school this nation has become. And quite frankly he’s right. But since Ben Sasse became a superstar with his cute sarcastic twitter account where he acts goofy and tells people #LoveYourPassion when they call him a buck toothed baboon. No it was not me who did that, I called him a stupid hot dog vendor (I saw him selling hot dogs once at a football game) but then Im not all that creative.

Sasse is weird. He drives an Uber, he sells hot dogs at football games, he once said his daughters wake up every day and pray that Obamacare is repealed. See, weird.

But Ben Sasse may be the first Republican to show the guts to say what needs to be said

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