Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Bad Case of B.O.

Yes, it is exactly what you think. America has a bad case of Barack Obama.

El Presidente appeared a few days ago at Georgetown University. Before his appearance, the White House staff requested that Georgetown cover all symbols of religion that might be visible on the TV cameras. They claimed that they wanted a simple background of drapes and U.S. flags for the appearance of B.O. If this is true, why go to Georgetown University? Why not just stay at the White House? Why not just go to any federal office building? Did they go to Georgetown so that B.O. could shoot a few hoops with their basketball team?

On a recent trip, B.O. bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia. While the White House tried to claim that it was not a bow, but some other misinterpreted motion, one of B.O.'s chief apologists, the famed racist columnist Leonard Pitts went even further. Leonard wasted valuable print space claiming that George Bush had done worse things. As far as I can tell, Bush was not at the meeting of the King and B.O., so what the hell is Leonard talking about now? To be honest, I ask that question after reading any Leonard Pitts column.

Recently, B.O. and his lackeys decided that General Motors needed to change their CEO in order to keep getting government assistance. Evidently B.O. thought that GM wasn't making sufficient progress towards success. Now if B.O. will apply that same standard to government, we can talk. The Great Teleprompter Reader needs to look no further than the House and Senate to see organizations that need new leadership and some new blood in the group. When will Pelosi and Reid be looking for work? The elections of 2010 can't get here soon enough.

On a recent trip to England, The Great Egomaniac gifted the Queen with an Ipod filled with his speeches. I am guessing that with socialized medicine, sleeping pills are hard for the Queen to find. An Ipod filled with Obama speeches, that's just audio Sominex.

On Monday, the United States boycotted the international conference on racism held in Geneva, Switzerland. "Change that we can believe in" or do any of this administration's actions make sense??


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