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Too Good Not To Share: So God Made A Liberal

Last week’s Super Bowl Commercial extravaganza was dominated by the Ram Trucks commercial honoring farmers:

Well, friend of the blog Soopermexican has produced an equally worthy parody. This is simply sublime:

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  1. Debbie Vaughn's Gravatar Debbie Vaughn
    February 9, 2013    

    God didn’t make liberals. Don’t blame Him for that.

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