Skip to comments.Jimmy Kimmel mocks Obama wedding registry
Posted on 06/26/2012 8:34:46 AM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
Via the Washington Free Beacon, Jimmy Kimmel mocks the Obama wedding registry fundraising idea with a spoof ad.
On the campaign website, it says, a campaign donation goes a lot farther than a gravy bowel (sic), Kimmel said. Not if you love gravy it doesnt. Without a gravy bowl where else am I going to keep my gravy?
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
...and the Crock Pot; don’t forget the Crock Pot.
I think this is the most absurd, insulting thing the campaign has done so far. I have a niece who just married, and I can’t imagine telling her, “Oh, I sent the money I was going to use on your gift to the Obama campaign.”
Don't remember where I saw it, but I sure wish I'd have bookmarked it!
This is another one of those “they did WHAT!!??” actions of the left and 0bama in particular.
My wife doesn’t follow stuff daily like I do (and she’s probably better off for it) and I only update her on what’s going on when it’s either too important or too outrageous to ignore.
This provoked one of those “you’re joking” kind of responses. It’s simply unbelievable that a politician could be this outrageous.
Hey Team Obama - It’s gravy BOAT not gravy bowl.
(Just goes to show that money can’t buy class...)
It would be pathetic, if it wasn’t so disturbing. Somebody has a really bad case of god complex. For most couples, it would be the most important day of their lives. Kim Il Obama has just told them he is more important.
Oh, I sent the money I was going to use on your gift to the Obama campaign.
A good way to “NOT” buy a gift for any LIB friends, LOL.
A better way would be to let your LIB friends & family know that you sent $100 to the RNC in their name!
Next thing you know, they will be sending emails and letters to women who have just had an abortion, asking them to send the money they were going to use to get totally blasted.
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