Obama in China: Wasn’t Halloween Last Month?

Obama in China. This should be interesting, no?
So the One decided to escape irritating questions about whether the democrats’ humiliating defeat in last week’s election was his fault, when it should be obvious to everyone that it’s just a problem with the “messaging,” by going to China for an economic summit. For some explicable reason, he chose to wear this goofy getup.

Boy, I need to send telegram to President of United States.

Boy, I need to send telegram to President of United States.

I don’t care how brilliant the words written for him to read from his trusty TelePrompTer, when he’s wearing this outfit, it’s impossible to hear anything he’s saying. It’s just as well because as I’ve said many times, listening to this clown is enough to make a sane person want to do a face plant into a bowl of glass shards.

You President? You funny! Boy have sense of humor. Now, I need to sent telegram.

You President? You funny! Boy have sense of humor. Now, I need to sent telegram.

Maybe, given the country’s complete repudiation of his agenda, he’s thinking ahead to his post-election pursuits. Could he be hoping to appear in the next Star Trek film?

Regardless, must he continue to embarrass our country with his silly stunts?

Or maybe he's just hoping to appear in the next Star Trek movie.

Or maybe he’s just hoping to appear in the next Star Trek movie.

5 comments

  1. Maybe he is planning on joining his brother,the agent for the Red Chinese. One can always hope..

    Oh wait a minute, Obama and his brother are not that close.

  2. Worse than Lurch, I think, because he’s supposed to be the Leader of the Free World. What a joke that is, huh?

  3. He really does look silly, and as you know in your other comment, the Chinese are mocking him for his undignified behavior, chewing his Nicorette when he gets out of his limo. What an embarrassment this braying jackass is!
    Thanks for your comments and all your encouragement and support!

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