Trump/Pence Against Spanish Inquisition For Not Being English Only

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Trump/Pence against Spanish Inquisition for Not Being English Only

After meeting Mexico's President Nieto, to show their resolve and draw a strong line against illegal immigration, the Trump/Pence campaign came out against the Spanish Inquisition for not being English Only.

Trump, said this was his toughest call so far in his run for the White House; but that because the Bible's in English, so should be any torture, coercion, or persecution in its name. Adding: "Believe me. We'll have the best torture. It'll be huge. Believe me. Huge."

Trump/Pence campaign surrogate and a self described 'cradle Catholic,' NJ Governor Chris Christie, speaking for the Trump/Pence campaign, said "we've come a long way from those times, and a lot of so-called tortures should now be used to keep marriages together." Adding, "There's nothing like a good flaying or a few cracks of the whip to add spice to a marriage, as long as it's done in English."

Due to missteps on message between Governor Pence and Mr. Trump, Governor Pence did add: "As a supporter of former President Bush, I believe he did the enhanced interrogation thing right. Except where he didn't. So I agree where he was right and don't where he wasn't. That is, by the way, my position on all things. Except when it isn't. What were we talking about again?"