It is hilarious to watch the swooning of the Lame Stream Media over Bill Clinton’s latest star turn on behalf of Barack Obama. Remember when Bubba told a cheering audience at the Dem convention that no one, not even he, could have done a better job fixing the horrible mess that the One inherited? They gushed that that one statement from the former president, in which he vouched for Barack, made all the difference. As noted frequently on The Teri O’Brien Show, and in this space, naturally that’s true. Seriously, if you can find a better person to vouch for another’s integrity and competence, than the only elected president in American history to be impeached, and impeached for lying under oath about sex with an intern, I’d like to see such a person. Apparently, the irony of this appeal is lost on Clinton himself. Yesterday in Pennsylvania, he said:
“You’re laughing, but who wants a president who will knowingly, repeatedly tell you something he knows is not true?” Clinton asked, after discounting a claim in a recent Romney ad that the Obama administration’s auto bailout hurt American workers.
“When I was a kid, if I got my hand caught in the cookie jar, where it wasn’t supposed to be, I turned red in my face, and I took my hand out of the cookie jar,” Clinton added.
Apparently, no mention was made of Bill getting any other parts of his anatomy caught inside of anywhere, anything or anyone else.
Just how uninformed and/or stupid does the Obama campaign think we are?
A frequent theme on the show is praise for David Plouffe’s brilliant 2008 campaign strategy, which has been well-documented and is indisputable. Howard Stern, John Ziegler, and John Stossel have shown us the evidence. The 2008 Obama game plan focused on mobilizing the low- and no-information voting population whose previous experience with voting consisted of texting in on Tuesday nights in support of their favorite “American Idol” contestants. It’s a miracle that these clueless mouth breathers managed to find their ways back home from the polling places after proudly voting for the One. (Howard recently repeated this interviews, and they are HILARIOUS! Click here to listen to Obama supporters say that they don’t mind that Obama is a Mormon or that Romney is black. Some think McCain and Sarah Palin are running again.)
Barack Hussein Obama was so cool, right? And so, the ignorant, and the stupid, which are sometimes the same people, elected our first celebutard president. And that’s worked out so well, hasn’t it?
In what may or may not be an official outreach by the Obama campaign, here’s a recent pitch to their target market, this time by hagged-out, aging skank Madonna:
So she thinks Obama is a “black Muslim,” and he’s for “gay rights?” Of course, because Muslims are all about gay rights, as everyone knows. Sadly, this incoherent rant apparently not only makes sense to this crowd.
It’s not fair to say that Madonna’s impassioned speech isn’t inspiring, though. I suspect that her promise to disrobe if Obama is re-elected will inspire some to vote. For Mitt Romney.
From the Post by Dr. Ron Paul: "The very purpose of the IRS is to transfer wealth from one group to another while violating our liberties in the process, thus the only way Congress can protect our freedoms is to repeal the income tax and shutter the doors of the IRS once and for all." Bravo, Dr. Paul. I don't agree with you about everything, but you are spot on about this one.
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Sen. Paul speaks up for capitalism and common sense at the disgraceful show trial conducted by Sen. Carl Levin (D-Idiot), who called Apple's use of the rules written by Congress as "gimmicks." I'm sure that Sen. Levin didn't try to minimize his own tax liability, aren't you? What an annoying, hypocritical gasbag! Sen. Paul was absolutely correct. Apple deserves an award, not a berating by imbeciles who couldn't run a lemonade stand. It's like Her Royal Wide End lecturing us on nutrition and exercise. Gee, I think I'm noticing a pattern with these liberals.