Skip to comments.Vanity: Getting the giggles thinking about people barking at every Obama event at the dog eater.
Posted on 04/18/2012 6:00:06 PM PDT by dewawi
That is going to be so great...
As the host of the event says loudly "Americans! Let's welcome PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA!"...
Then we hear bark bark bark bark from people in the audience.
After a large meal, 0bama is dog-tired.
But he still makes time to flip through his dog-eared copy of Rules for Radicals.
Cry Hussein, and release the dogs of dinner!
I like horse meat. Americans find that deplorable, but horse and goat were the best gyro’s you could have in Europe. A little ranch, tomato, lettuce, and feta cheese. Yum yum!
You’re awful mouthy for a noob.
When Bush was President, an Annual Deficit of $300 Billion was Front Page News.
Now that the SMALLEST Obama Deficit is THREE TIMES BIGGER than the LARGEST Bush Deficit we hear Crickets.
The Democrats started this Dog business, just like they started AttackWatch.com. They are paying the price for their behavior, and the longer Obama Eats Dog is in the Headlines, the better.
Without the Internet, only the Romney Dog Abuse story would be out there. Which makes me wonder, if Romney was such a Richy Rich back in the Eighties, why wasn't the Dog Crate on top of his Limo instead of a family Station Wagon like us Bitter Clingers were driving back then?
I agree that this entire subject is dumb and is just a distraction from the economy.
None of this is important to the country.
BUT since someone else brought it up —
Romney likes dogs on the roof.
Obama likes dogs on rice.
I’m not a horse person so I’d probably be OK with that.
The best part about the dogs Obama ate is that they will make for good conversation, for the entire campaign—whether to make us laugh or to ponder on a deeper, philosophical point of view. lol
Politics, it’s a dog eat dog world...
I like it.
I have to differ. This is great political theater.
I did not vote for Romney in the primary and I still have a lot of reservations about his conservative bona fides, but I must admit that the man (or his advisers) really know how to run a campaign.
Look at what we have had in just the past week: Hilary Rosen, former RIAA consigliare, has been effectively removed from the campaign and Ann Romney has achieved rock star status; and now the "dog on the roof" story that all the MSM was drooling to run with has been completely taken off the table with this "Obama eats dog" story.
And the story is brilliant in so many ways. It plays to dog lovers; it lends itself so well to mocking - something this presidential administration has so sorely missed; it puts in play Obama's obvious foreignness, without being heavy-handed like the birthers.
I find myself actually looking forward to this election. We may well win, and laugh all the way.
I wouldn’t take this route. This has already backfired on Axelrod. To continue to throw this out there is not a good idea. Stay on the issues, offer solutions, be the adults. Don’t get pulled into this stupid nonsense - be passionate about saving America from 4 more years of this disaster.
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