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Jeb Bush to carpet-bomb Agrabah
Straight talk, from straight faces
Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 15:21:UTC)(
20 December 2015
Mr. Bush's declaration follows a poll by Public Policy Polling that stated that Republican voters supported such a plan, by 30% to 13% against. Democrats opposed the plan, 19% to 36%.
The plan joins Mr. Bush's already announced plan to increase America's economic growth to 4% through unspecified policy changes, and to increase his poll numbers to perhaps the same level. Mr. Bush has also announced a plan to repeal Obama-care and replace it with a more sensible health care giveaway, and has announced a plan to undo Mr. Obama's immigration amnesty and do it properly, with a new law.
If thirty percent of Republicans began to favor Mr. Bush, it would increase his popularity by a factor of ten and put him in contention with zillionaire-turned-statesman Donald Trump in terms other than scripted wisecracks. About the front-runner, Mr. Bush said here last night that "Donald Trump is a jerk," proving that Mr. Bush has a plan for that as well. Mr. Bush's Agrabah plan appears to be influenced by the popularity of Ted Cruz's call for "carpet-bombing" the Middle East, turning the desert to solid glass, making Mecca radioactive, and so on. President Obama's strategy is to hinder ISIS recruitment by reducing America's carbon footprint.
Agrabah is the fictional city of the Walt Disney movie Aladdin. Regarding the cartoon movie's male star, Republican candidates were unanimous during the third debate that "he should be captured and sent to Guantanamo for waterboarding."
The percentages turn around, with Democrats favoring the carpet-bombing, when the suggested target is instead Wall Street.
- Kellan Howell "30 percent of Republicans support bombing Agrabah, fictional town of Disney’s ‘Aladdin’: poll". Washington Times, December 18, 2015