Skip to comments.Obama Joke of the Day - September 23
Posted on 09/23/2010 8:01:14 AM PDT by toma29
Bill Clinton, Joe Biden and Barack Obama go into a bar. Bill tells the barkeeper, "I'll have a B and C." Obama whispers, "What is a B and C?" "That's a bourbon and Coke," Clinton answers. Then Biden orders, "I'll have a G and T." Obama again whispers, "What's a G and T?" "A gin and tonic," Joe replies. Obama wants to seem like he's one of the guys so he tells the barkeeper, "I'll have a 15." The bartender asks, "What's a 15?" Obama says, "A 7 and 7."
Obama has decided to change the name of Air Force One.. He's going to rename it "Air Force The One."
Astronomers have spotted an object in space that they say is potentially dangerous, yet for a year it's just sat out there and has done nothing. For that, they've named the object COMET OBAMA.
Marine biologists have spotted the deepest living fish ever, near the ocean floor at the Earth's lowest point. They're calling it, the Barack Obama Approval Ratings Fish.
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“Marine biologists have spotted the deepest living fish ever, near the ocean floor at the Earth’s lowest point. They’re calling it, the Barack Obama Approval Ratings Fish.”
>>>The bartender asks, “What’s a 15?” Obama says, “A 7 and 7.” <<<
When the bartender asks Obama if he is an idiot, Harry Reid comes to his defense saying, “Give him a break, he was only off by 3.”
Simone Origone (World’s fastest downhill skiier) had to give up this title to Barak Harry Obama.
NOBODY could even come close to BHO’s downhill slide.
Very cute. It’s interesting how much skill it took to recycle old George Bush “jokes” by substituting Obama’s name.
By the way, are you offering door prizes for visiting your “blog”??
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