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CLASH QUIZ: What Do Mark Twain & Donald Trump Have In Common?

The world has changed a lot since Mark Twain’s day. But some things haven’t.

We’re pretty confident his respect for politicians would not have improved over time. If anything, he’d be even more convinced.

We have had a woman running for President as a ‘Feminist’ even after protecting a repeatedly-accused rapist (also her husband, and President) against her many accusers. Worse than protecting him, she sought to destroy them.

We have the perpetually offended who think life’s biggest problem is which bathroom someone ought to pee in.

We have Elected officials who are actually convinced that a President with a Jewish son-in-law, and whose grandkid is learning Chinese is somehow a racist.

Sheila Jackson Lee thinks the Constitution is some 400 years old.

And a personal favorite — Democrat Hank Johnson Guam will tip over and capsize because too many people are on it. (He was re-elected after this, somehow.)

This does not inspire confidence.

And we haven’t even gotten into the serious stuff, like unlawful breaches of their Constitutional authority, or weaponizing government against political foes.

The RINOs are not any better. (You know who you are!)

Twain had something to say about this problem. And we love it.

Love it so much, in fact, that there’s a new shirt!

Even Mark Twain wanted to drain the swamp!

“Politicians are like diapers; they need to be changed often and for the same reason” – Mark Twain.

And the best part? This shirt is made in the USA, printed in the USA, on an American-Made t-shirt press!

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Show your elected officials all the ‘love’ they deserve. Get yours now!

Share if you think that’s STILL a better metaphor than some of them deserve.

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