Joey Lawrence Says Donald Trump Is A Man We Can Trust!

April 28, 2011 / Posted by:

Since Joey Lawrence and Donald Trump both have puzzling hairlines that even the most skilled engineers and 5th graders can’t solve, they have to stick together until the end. So it’s no surprise that Joey Lawrence is publicly endorsing a rotisserie gutter toad who collects bankruptcies the same way he collects hair plugs. For absolutely no reasonable reason, “>Fox News (via HuffPo) asked the supporting star of Blossom and weight: bold;”>Gimme a Break for his thoughts on Trump possibly running for president. The writers of Blossom would’ve kept his answer to a simple “WHOAH!” but Joey has a mind of his own so he got into this shit.

“Obama was something fresh, and new, and people wanted to put their faith in his message of being different and ‘change’ and all this stuff two years ago, but that fell flat because he gets in there and it’s pretty much the same old thing. I think everybody can agree on that, there’s no real change. It would just be nice to see him make speeches instead of Hillary (Clinton) and Timothy Geithner and all these other people. Something’s not working; definitely the approach we’re taking is not working.

He (Obama) is already fundraising, and we have serious problems. Gasoline is going to be six dollars a gallon by the end of the summer. They want to raise the debt ceiling, and we have a trillion and a half dollars already in debt. I don’t know if that’s the right thing. I don’t know if raising a billion dollars to re-run is the right thing to do right now.

I’d be open to Donald. He’s somebody out of the box and I think that some of the stuff he’s saying makes sense. It sounds like you and I would say it, and it’s time. I’m tired of ‘so politically correct’ every step of the way. It’s like there are times when we need to say, ‘We’re getting our rear ends kicked, we are the world leader, we need to step up and act like it.’

Everyone is so afraid to say anything. I keep my political views private; I think that’s the best way to do it. But I have no problem calling a spade a spade. I think Donald is an interesting character. He’s an amazing CEO, this is a business. This is a business, running this country is a business and it has not been run the last decade the right way, whether it’s Republican or Democrat, so it’s not really a party issue, it’s more of a person issue. Somebody has to get in there and really hold people accountable.

I love politics. I love the country. Maybe I would (go into politics,) I don’t know. It’s what I minored in at school, political science.”

You can laugh all you want, but I’ve always known that the song in a bald eagle’s heart sounds just like Joey Lawrence’s “Stay Forever.”

If only Nell Carter was here to wrap her arms around Joey’s wise words. She’d pat him on the back so hard that he’d fall into a giant fish tank and she’d “accidentally” vacuum him up. And really, we know Joey Lawrence is only endorsing The Don, because Trump promised that if he’s president he’ll lift the tax from lip gloss, hairline stencils and brow waxing kits.

Furthermore, the only 90s sitcom star I get political advice from is Pam from Martin and here’s what she has to say about Trump 4 President:

I’ve grown TIRED Trump & want him 2 go far AWAY. Sum1 PLEASE snatch that squirrel on his head & RUN so he can chase u. AAAAGH!

I mean, she even uses “snatch” and “squirrel” in the same Tweet. Pam 4 Secretary of EVERYTHING!

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