Wednesday, January 04, 2012

NMA TV's 3D News Update on Iowa Caucus

NMA TV has shown once again that truth is stranger than fiction and comedy is just more truth and a whole lot of pain. Indeed, almost all of the Republicans have become funny cartoon characters and circus clowns! Here is their very funny update on yesterday's Iowa caucus:

And here is a very likely scenario that could happen. In October later this year, after Republican candidate Ron Paul has utterly destroyed Obama in all the national debates, his popularity will skyrocket and he'll become heavily favored to win the upcoming presidential election. And because the GOP hates that so much, all of a sudden, they create a false flag national emergency event of radical and rampant terrorism in the US. Of course, that "indefinitely postpones" the presidential election and the GOP screams "Impeach Obama Now!" But as the violence gets even worse, average Americans seize the opportunity by joining in and thus begins the long-awaited American Revolution #2. Self-appointed Generalissimo Obama attempts to enforce martial law. But the military is now ALL for Ron Paul and tanks start rolling up the White House lawn. D.C. is in CHAOS! In a mad panic the White House tries to evacuate but.....

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  1. lolroflmao - It's great that they titled this one "Santorum (nearly) squeezes out cum from behind".

  2. Looks like last night was another win for Obama. :/

  3. LOVE it, Rob! Thanks!

  4. Thanks all. Vote Ron Paul in 2012!

  5. Here is another update to the Iowa Caucus: Ron Paul May Have Secretly Won The Iowa Caucuses

    "DES MOINES — Ron Paul may have officially come in third tonight, but if the campaign's caucus strategy went off as planned, then Paul may actually be the real winner of the first Republican voting contest."

    "That's because Paul's massive organizational push in Iowa focused on both winning votes, and also on making sure that Paul supporters  stuck around after the vote to make sure they were selected as county delegates — the first step towards being elected as a delegate to the Republican National Convention."