Skip to comments.Congressional Committee Agrees to Place Obama's Statue in front of Union Station
Posted on 06/02/2011 3:10:33 PM PDT by OneVike
After Barack Obama became the first African-American President, an admirer decided to sculpt a statue in his honor. When he completed the project, the artist donated it to the city of Chicago. The 50 city aldermen eagerly began looking for a proper site for the work of art. After almost a year of considering different places around Chicago, the 50 aldermen could not agree upon an appropriate venue. Eventually, the Mayor suggested that they send the statue to Washington D.C., and with a unanimous vote the city council agreed. When the statue arrived in the capitol, the U.S. Senate, in agreement with the House of Representatives, appointed a Congressional committee to find a proper place in Washington D.C. to situate Obama's statue.
As the committee considered the task at hand, they decided it would not be proper to place the statue next to the Washington Monument because unlike Obama, George never told a lie. When one member of the committee suggested they put it next to the Lincoln Memorial, it was quickly rejected by the majority because Abraham Lincoln was known as "Honest Abe", whereas Obama is called a lying SOB.
Another site discussed was a spot next to Ulysses S. Grant's Memorial, but again the majority declined. but again the majority declined. They felt it would not be proper to place the statue of a man who desires to enslave Americans next to the man who led the Union forces to victory in a war that helped to free enslaved humans. It was then thought that they could place the statue on Independence Avenue next to the four-acre site reserved for Dwight Eisenhower's Memorial, but that idea was strongly rejected because Eisenhower defeated Fascist Socialism, and they felt that Obama's supporters might be offended. Try as they might, the committee could not agree upon a proper place that would show the respect Obama was due.
Eventually after months and months of searching for a site that the majority of committee members could agree upon, a place was finally found. With a unanimous vote, the committee decided that the proper place to display Obama's statue was next to that of Christopher Columbus in front of the Union Station. The committee chose the site unanimously because like Columbus, Obama started off by going in the wrong direction to get where he wanted to go. When he arrived he accused the people he met of being who they were not, he was given credit for discovering something he did not, and he did it all with borrowed money that he will never be asked to pay back.
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This is a little bit of humor I put together to entertain you with. It's about finding a suitable place for a statue made in Obama's image. ...............
Priceless! I hope a great Patriotic Scuplture will actually create this masterful rendition of “OH BAMA, THE GREAT PHAROAH OF AMERICA! NOW THE 58TH CALIPHATE of the ISLAMIC “REPUBLIC!”” Thats been HUSSEIN’S OBJECTIVE all thru his miserable, demented Life! As Loiue Farrakkon, that Great American Patriot(sarq!) stated, “Obama wasn’t Elected!, He was Selected by US!!” Nice to know that the Alleged POTUS wasn’t elected, but selected by the most dispicable of Human Wretches like Farrakkon, Wright, et al!
Beck is right! The Left lined up to destroy America! and when they are in Power, they will fight it out amongst themselves, just as Hitler did just a short time ago by Historical Standards!
Amen my FRiend, Amen.
Good. Buckwheat and Teddy need a good place to go when they get down that way.
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I almost popped a blood vessel before I realized what I was reading. :p
OneVike, that was outstanding.
Given our current political climate, it is easy to believe that some goofball group would be putting up a statue of the foreigner.
Thanks, every once in awhile I can still make a funny.
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