This one goes out to all of the morons who refuse to put the phrase into proper context.
This one goes out to all of the sheep who believed President Obama as he lied to their faces on Tuesday night.
Who can keep up with President Obama’s bio? It is constantly changing:
“Let’s face it, a mixed kid from Hawaii born to a single mom is not likely to become President of the United States.” OFA.BO/pHatRm
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) September 14, 2012
“Born to a single mom”? That’s a new twist.
GOP to Gary Johnson supporters: “You are throwing your vote away. Don’t vote for the candidate of your choice because that will hurt our candidate. A vote for Gary Johnson is a vote for Barack Obama.”
(fastforward to 2016)
GOP to Libertarian supporters: “You are throwing your vote away. Don’t vote for the candidate of your choice because that will hurt our candidate. A vote for a Libertarian is a vote for Hillary Clinton.”
This morning Stephanie Cutter, Deputy Campaign Manager for Obama’s re-election effort, tweeted this:
— Stephanie Cutter (@stefcutter) September 14, 2012
DID YOU KNOW Xinhua is the world’s largest Communist propaganda agency? Xinhua is subordinate to the Chinese government. Don’t believe me? Look it up. I dare you.
So the Commies don’t like Mitt Romney? Well, then he’s not getting my vote. But unfortunately the Obama sheep who swallowed/retweeted this have no idea about Xinhua, nor would they care.
STRAIGHT OUT OF THE EDIT ROOM: The Republican National Committee released this video today titled “We’ve Heard It All Before”, but I prefer to call it “Same Shit-Different Year.” It’s almost as if The Newsroom writer Aaron Sorkin, who plagiarises himself by recycling lines from Sports Night, The West Wing and Studio 60 into his current project, pens Obama’s speeches. The sheep won’t care, because it isn’t about what he says. It’s about the way he says it.
It is that time of the campaign when famous people threaten to leave the country if a Republican wins. How original! I would expect a little more creativity from Michael Jackson’s daughter.
In 1992, Paul Ryan beat Michael Jordan in a game of one-on-one. Eight years later, Paul Ryan beat Maurice Greene in a 100 meter sprint. Paul Ryan swims faster than Michael Phelps. All about as believable as Paul Ryan running a marathon in less than three hours.
Paul Ryan’s campaign walked back comments the VP nominee made about running a marathon.
“I had a two hour and fifty-something” marathon, Ryan said last week an interview. “I hurt a disc in my back, so I don’t run marathons anymore.”
The admission comes after wide speculation that Ryan had exaggerated his marathon time. Running a sub-3 hour marathon means averaging under 7 minutes per mile for the entire race, a possible but extremely impressive feat.
Last night at the GOP convention, Mitt Romney fist-bumped another white guy on his way to the stage. Maybe he’ll start singing Al Green songs next?