“You know, you shut the door, you tell the boss exactly what you think, but when the door opens, the job of the vice president is to stand right next to the president and implement the policy that he’s decided. And I’m prepared to do that.”
Is that so? Last December, when [t]Rump proposed a ban on Muslims entering the United States, Pence called the idea “offensive and unconstitutional” but when he got the nod, he whimpered:
“I am very supportive of Donald Trump’s call to temporarily suspend immigration from countries where terrorists influence and impact represents a threat to the United States.”
It’s like [t]Rump’s a ventriloquist and he’s shoved his arm up Pence’s ass.
And remember how many times [t]Rump has mentioned Hillary Clinton’s support for the Iraq war? Well, yeah, it turns out Mike Pence was also for it, so [t]Rump has picked a Veep who agrees with Hillary:
“Reasonable people can disagree about whether we should have gone into Iraq.”
But when push came to shove, Pence punted:
“I think that’s for historians to debate.”
Asshat say what? Oh, and Mike Pence was once for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a massive 12-nation Asian trade agreement that [t]Rump has regularly railed against and now it looks like he’s against it:
“I think when we elect one of the best negotiators in the world as president of the United States, I’m open to renegotiating these trade agreements.”
Yup, just one day into the race and Mike pence has sold all of his positions to the snake oil salesman in the bad rug; and, keep this in mind, if this Tag Team of Buffoonery should somehow win in November, flip-flopping dummy Mike Pence is a heartbeat away from the Presidency.
Oh … and about that new Trump-Pence logo?
It’s gone, man. Just twenty-four hours after it made its debut to a TwitStorm of mockery about how it looks like [t]Rump was, um, giving it to Pence, the campaign has scrubbed the website of the logo. Oh, and [t]R