Skip to comments.Expelling The Evil Rich
Posted on 03/17/2009 3:41:34 AM PDT by Titmouse
Today marks eight Tuesdays since Obama began chauffeuring nutty Nancys socialist agenda past Americans too distracted by disappearing assets to notice.
As both Hillary Clinton and Rahm Emmanuel have noted, A crisis is a terrible thing to waste. And Obama is a proponent of waste management and recycling.
Up until last week, the president was recycling fear and threatening Americans with economic doom, unless we did Nancys bidding and supported the Democrats grunting congressional porkfest. Last Thursday post pork passage the president announced, Things are not as bad as we thought!
Yee-haw! Hares from hats! Rejoice en masse!
Hold the catastrophe, please, and bring me side orders of bacon, some sausage patties, some chops, a ham-hock, some pork rinds, a spiral-sliced ham and whatever else you got back there: Im hungry, and I got taxpayer money to burn.
This column has angered Aspen readers because it has reported the kidnapping of moderate Change We Can Believe in Man, and the re-emergence of his Chicago alter ego the evil twin rated the most liberal legislator in the U.S. Senate Change We Should Have Predicted Man.
(Excerpt) Read more at aspentimes.com ...
“The Post-American World.”
Well, we’ve elected the right leader to take us there.
I lived in NYC when “Evita” (the stage play) was running on broadway. I loved the music and saw the play many times with customers that I was THANKING for business. As I watch the Obamadrama play out, it reminds me so much of that stageplay (and the real life back then in Argentina). The rich are expelled, Evita throws money to the “masses” ... all the adoration of the “shirtless ones” .... and the total bankruptcy of the nation.
Heck...they want to expel the evil construction workers...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opxuUj6vFa4
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