Rick Perry: "Israel, Is that where the Jews are?"

Written by b kenneth mcgee

Sunday, 13 November 2011

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At last nights debate, the question of aid to Israel came sup. Rick Perry was the first to speak.

Perry: "Israel, is that where the Jews are from?"

The moderator confirmed this was true.
Perry: "First of all, I don't think we should send aid to anybody!" The Tea Party crowd cheered.

Perry: "Also, I don't think we should send aid to anybody who doesn't say who they are!" The crowd cheered!

Perry: "At least, like we know Germans are from," he paused, looked at his notes and continued, "Germany! The Hungarians are from," he paused and someone shouted from the audience, "Hungary!" Perry smiled triumphantly and shouted, "Hungary!"

Perry continued: "And Chinese are from
China and the Japs are from Japan!" The crowed applauded wildly.

Perry: "Here is what I don't understand. Why are the Jews so sneaky? Why are they so devious? Why can't they call a spade a spade," he paused and chuckled, "but I guess that's a different subject! Anyways, why can't the Jews be honest and just call their country Jewland!?"

The entire audience stood up and gave him a standing ovation and shouted out, "Jewland! Jewland! Jewland!"

"Perry, now confidant and knowing he had the crowd in the palm of his hand, finished, "And when I become President, we'll re-name New York City, Jewland 2!"

Three hundred attendees jumped to their feet and shouted, "USA! USA! USA!"

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