Thursday, October 8, 2009

mmm, mmm, mmm

10 comments:

mikeb302000 said...

Why do you hate him so much? Don't you think your continuous bad-mouthing of the President is bad for us all? Why won't you try to find the common ground, things that we can all agree upon, and help work towards them? Are you one of those spiteful ones that Krugman was talking about?

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Alan said...

BikeB:

Buahahahahahaha!

You beclown yourself sir.

"Don't you think your continuous bad-mouthing of the President is bad for us all? Why won't you try to find the common ground, things that we can all agree upon, and help work towards them?"


I'll just let you rewind to the left's constant bad-mouthing of Bush. As ye sow, so shall ye reap.

reflectoscope said...

Why don't we just call the kids the Obama Youth and get it over with?

Jim

Jeffrey Quick said...

BWAHAHAHA!
Thanks for the laugh, especially on this of all days.
He forgot one: "Jesus will come back to bring world peace, and Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize."

Silver the Evil Chao said...

I love it's "spiteful" when Obama is bad-mouthed, but it's perfectly fine for people to keep ragging on Palin.

Mike said...

Didn't we also just pass the anniversary if the day Che was turned into a good commie?

Maybe Bar-Bar can try the Lazarus thing on him.

I'd pay to see that.

SCI-FI said...

Hilarious - thanks for posting this!

Timmeehh said...

OK, just an idea.

A lot of people are comparing BO to the Messiah, so why not start a church that worships BO as the Messiah, then just apply the separation of church and state principal that the left loves so much.

Just think about it.

charles said...

Meh, Bush deserved a lot of that badmouthing just as much as Obama. Neither one has been that impressive.

Obama isn't Bush Jr.; Bush Jr. wasn't Clinton; Clinton wasn't Bush Sr. Bush Sr. sure as hell wasn't Ronald Reagan.

Everyone has their problems; sometimes they make up for it, usually not.


word verification - unroilt. The general public's low opinions of those holding the Presidency have been unroilt for several election cycles.