THE REPUBLICANS' CLOSING ARGUMENT
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—With only one day until the election, the Republican Party today released its official closing argument to the American people.
In its entirety, the argument read as follows: "We're strongly opposed to FEMA and health care, but basically O.K. with rape."
Reince Priebus, the chairman of the Republican National Committee, said that the Party's message of "zero tolerance toward disaster relief combined with a more easygoing attitude about rape" would lead the Party to victory on Election Day.
"Our argument couldn't be simpler: when God wants to create a hurricane or make a woman pregnant, big government should get out of the way," he said.
The Party chairman said that the closing argument was part of its "expand the map" strategy: "We're contesting every state, from Pennsylvania to Colorado to Iowa, where we believe there are voters who are in sync with our more advanced view of hurricanes and rape."
Mr. Priebus also had this message for the American voter: "Your vote is important. We've spent billions trying to buy it."
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