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[Response to someone asking what “FDR” means]

Fucking Dumb Retard, also known as "Faggot Dumbass" Roosevelt, sometimes referred to as Franklin "Dipshit" Roosevelt, who occasionally wrote under the pen name "Franklin Delano Roosevelt" when he wasn't busy wiping his ass with the Constitution and destroying America with left-wing Keynesian psuedoscience.

The diseased, crippled charlatan and professional con artist had the distinction of being the first President of the Omnipotent State of America after launching a soft coup d'etat that completely destroyed the lawful and legitimate government of the American nation. To distract from his high treason, President Retard declared total economic embargo against the Japanese Empire and total economic support for Germany's worst enemies, which resulted in all-out war with the two powers as anticipated and desired.

To nullify the better judgement and wiser words of American heroes like Charles Lindbergh, President Retard made extensive use of the war-time propaganda powers and Jewish radio frequencies to paint himself as a (totally not crippled) Caesar and his bizarre left-wing policies as a (totally not nation-destroying) panacea to internal economic troubles and the external threat of the evil Japanese and Germans who planned to do a frighten to Americino and murder floofin' American baberinos and hurt the heckin' American governmentino that really dindu nuffin' by supplying their enemies with arms and sheit.

He got a statue for that. In Russia. No joke. You don't just expand the Soviet's sphere of influence by 150% and directly enable the establishment of communism in China, Korea and socialism the world over and not get loved by the communists. Thank you President Retard!

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