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  1. Adora68

    Adora68 said, over 5 years ago

    Waiting for the “Oh, Ted, give him time” post. It’ll inevitably come and the poster won’t see the irony. =D

  2. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    Lol, that’s true, lol

  3. audieholland

    audieholland said, over 5 years ago

    So why is he _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _?

    Nothing comes to my mind since I don’t care about who’s president of the US of A.

  4. audieholland

    audieholland said, over 5 years ago

    I get it! So why is he still bombing the hell out of Afghan/Iraqi civilians?

    It’s even worse because Bush was a soulless devill whereas Osama is a saint!

  5. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    Sainthood? Being likable isn’t synonymous with competence, but beatification as a saint requires the rite of martyrdom (preferably along the lines of St. Valentine or Bartholomew) a role for Obama that I am not adverse to, politically or otherwise >:-)

  6. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    Already have. Thanks, fella’.

  7. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    All politicians should take a note from Ciacescu regarding political hubris.

  8. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    You wouldn’t survive one day in Osan for fear of a coronary embolism, my friend, what with the cellulite choking your brain.

  9. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    Have you forgotten that Obama is debating the adoption of employee-taxed health benefits, the same issue that he so derided McCain, the war hero from Arizona, for during the campaign. Like a horse, Obama is a Bush of a different color, and that is the only change that he has brought to the White House. His substance is only skin-deep, but thankfully he has Biden as a Falstaffian foil (though less brilliant), which brightens him considerably (except when the Cabinet is taken into consideration, then he dims a few watts). Now, I’m sure you can make that pushup with the aid of a reflexologist, thus easing the burden of your weight and age, assuredly. Now, as far as character, or its failings: If you are a woman, possibly plain, you desire to be respected for your brain-personality-achievements with an MBA, despite your size 16 waistline and resemblance to Herbie the Fat Fury; or, if a man, you are overcompensating for some defect in character (a lover of Ward Churchill, angry, age 34, and living in your mother’s basement of vintage 70’s wood paneling, your bed next to the boiler), say, or a physiological deficiency: perhaps a bald pate, slowing abdomen, as well. Flat feet, perhaps, fallen arches, or I.B.S. Moreover. M Kitt (tralfaz), myself, not caring one lick what the booboisie on the Interweb thinks, as far as the the whole first amendment-opinion argument goes, most people never say anything worth defending in the first place, and I carry that banner myself. Take your work seriously, sir-madam-it, not yourself.

  10. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    Like so many “Burma-Shave” signs! “He won the race / But started to rave ;/ He is a disgrace, / Obama Knave.” I’m telling you, Obama will ruin our Health Care, make “global warming” too hot for comfort, redistribute wealth in the same vein as the Politburo. No, he is a horrible man. That, and he looks like an academic metrosexual, caricature of Nefertiti.

  11. mattro53

    mattro53 said, over 5 years ago

    M Kitt, surely you know that ad hominem attacks are a sign of weak rhetorical and logical skills. That is a right wing speciality; when you cannot attack the message, then attack the messenger.

  12. Stillahippie

    Stillahippie said, over 5 years ago

    Hey The right wingers are jumping on his back go look at SF Gate.com yesterdays comments on the clean air act

  13. Stillahippie

    Stillahippie said, over 5 years ago

    I see the right winger are using every excuse to jump on Obamas back even here there is a lot of bashing going on over the clean air act I have been out numbered fighting the the morons off at the sf gate for 2 days then I come here for some comic relief and find the same thing going on I think Obama is doing a good job We need clean air to breath, we need heath care but the right wing dogs are out mad because the GOP is in such a sad shape and they are wakeing up to the fact The Bush cabal ripped them off like they did allof us.

  14. mattro53

    mattro53 said, over 5 years ago

    I did read his interminable postings after the last ‘toon. I wonder if the goofiness is humor, or if he’s actually goofy.

  15. J.

    J. said, over 5 years ago

    A little nonsense now and then is cherished by the wisest men, and I’d rather laugh at Obama the way Mel Brooks cocked a snoot at Hitler instead of the derisive “f—ing” invectives you libbies have used against Bush so many years. If you guys want to be a smart-ass, it takes smarts, more so than the gap-tooth jeremiad slurs of a late-night talk show host, too. Speaking of nonsense, say, consider one Jose Serrano pushing to repeal the 22nd Amendment, which would make you Obama cultists in the Demon-crat Politburo happy, wouldn’t it?–if he ran in perpetuity from 2016 on, like that recently ousted anti-constitutionalist tinhorn el presidente from Honduras, Zelaya, has tried to do, the very one that Obama, Chavez, and Ortega have applauded for “his stalwart steadfastness”.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/06/30/obamas-support-ousted-honduran-leader-accused-breaking-law-stirs-concerns/?test=latestnews

    I may be goofy, but I’m muy guapo, and I know that a fair balance of wits, cash in hand, experience, good looks, and gumption is all the faith one ever needs in life.

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