Leave It To Beaver Election: Hillary Versus Carly

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Friday, 18 December 2015


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BILLINGSGATE POST: In the most recent poll conducted by ACME/Wile E Coyote, just days after the last Republican debate, Carly Fiorina jump-started herself over Donald Trump by 2 points.

Of the 4000 registered ex-patriot Aussie, Free-Silver-Loving-Wogs now living in America who were polled by ACME/Coyote, none of whom watched the debate, 78% said that Fiorina won the hotly contested debate by a landslide.

Extrapolating from that percentage and dividing it by the number of post menopausal women offended by Steve Deace's tweet that Carly went full V (as in vagina) with her opening statement in the debate last Tuesday, ACME/Coyote determined that Fiorina now leads Trump by 2 full percentage points.

During a MSNBC broadcast, Wile E Coyote, spokesperson for ACME/Coyote, told Rachel Madcow he predicts that Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina will win their respective party nominations because America needs to go in a more feminine direction. In what Coyote predicts will be known as the "Leave It To Beaver" presidential election next November, he believes that Hillary and Carly will bury their hatchets, convert their swords into plowshares, and walk off into the sunset united as one happy beaver.

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