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  • Oh my word! I just discovered that the president is a black man!

    07/11/2009 2:16:45 PM PDT · by Jim Robinson · 165 replies · 7,007+ views
    vanity | July 11, 2009 | Jim Robinson
    On the Internet, no one knows you're a dog, but someone in the liberal media just informed me that the president of the U.S. is a black man. And as such cannot be criticized or joked about by conservatives. Obama is off limits! They can make all kinds of rude and crude jokes about George Bush, even comparing him in thousands of crude cartoons over the past eight years as a chimp, but man. If you were to follow suit comparing today's president to a smirking chimp you would be crucified! And Sarah Palin's family and children? Open season! Even...
  • Caption Michelle Obama's fierce glaring at Sarkozy's wife

    06/08/2009 8:28:02 PM PDT · by Mount Athos · 159 replies · 9,321+ views
    What a picture, caption it!
  • Barnes & Noble: Obama-Monkey Display a ‘Hate Crime’

    03/11/2009 12:23:38 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 121 replies · 5,477+ views
    digitaljournal.com ^ | March 11, 2009 | Chris V. Thangham
    Recently a photo of Barnes & Noble book display board was circulated widely over the Internet. The photo showed various books about President Obama around a central photo of a monkey book. Barnes & Noble claims some prankster did this intentionally. The photo shown in this site was the catalyst of this controversy. The photos shows a book on monkeys “Monkey: A Captivating Look at These Fascinating Animals” with a number of books around it focusing on President Obama and his wife Michelle. The book chain Barnes & Noble deny someone deliberately placed the monkey book in the display. They...
  • Political Correctness Gone Ape

    02/26/2009 10:50:05 AM PST · by AJKauf · 18 replies · 717+ views
    Pajamas Media ^ | February 25 | Mike McNally
    From yesterday’s New York Times: The film director Tim Burton yesterday apologized for the closing scene in his 2001 film Planet of the Apes, which imagines a future America in which the Lincoln Memorial statue is replaced with a statue of a warlike gorilla. In a statement Burton said: Given the controversy surrounding the recent New York Post cartoon, which featured a chimp that many people took to represent President Obama, I now realize that many Americans are likely to find the portrayal of an ape president offensive. Although it is no defense, I would point out that when I...