Recent Poll Results Indicate 37% of Americans Would Not Vote for a Moron

Ever since Mitt Romney announced his bid for the GOP nomination for President in 2012, America has been embroiled in a controversy, i.e. whether a Moron could actually become President of the United States.

And now, another Moron has launched his candidacy. Former Utah Governor, Jon Huntsman, Jr. announced this week that he will travel the high road in his quest to become the GOP frontrunner for President.

Both men are Morons and as such have a tough row to hoe. “The majority of Americans just do not get Morons,” said Carlotta Finkelstein, professor of Religious Studies at Oral Roberts University.

“Sadly, there is an enormous amount of ignorance out there when it comes to truly understanding Morons and their belief system, or any belief system outside Christianity for that matter,” claims Finkelstein.

Many political pundits are watching this race closely. If a Moron actually does win the GOP nomination, it could very well be the most exciting race since George W. Bush beat John McCain in the 2000 GOP primary.

Correction: It has come to our attention that the above story erroneously refers to two GOP nominees for President as Morons. The correct spelling is Mormons. We apologize for any misconceptions this error may be causing.

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7 thoughts on “Recent Poll Results Indicate 37% of Americans Would Not Vote for a Moron


    Too late.
    Her head is spinning like Linda Blair’s in The Exorcist.

  2. Remember, Mormons have a Purgatory for people who make fun of them.
    The two guys who do South Park will be there to greet you.

  3. Mr. Beckert. I seriously doubt that this spelling “mistake” was truly that. Go ahead, replace the word “Mormon” with that of “Jew”… Your article is just another form of Chistalnacht…. but then, you probably don’t know your history either …

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