Daily Archives: August 23, 2011


Here’s President Obama, taking a well-deserved vacation with his lovely family on Martha’s Vineyard — a vacation our famously Liberal Media has criticized with relentless fury.

Hey, isn’t the economy in shambles? What has he done about it? Well yes he bailed out General Motors and in the face of overwhelming Republican opposition insitituted a “stimulus” package that gave some measure of economic relief. But that’s not good enough for a party that won’t be satisfied until the Workhouse and Debtors Prison are brought back and Child Labor Laws are struck down — along with the Environmental Protection Agency and anything else that makes life worth living for those who don’t happen to belong to the top two percent.

And then there’s the Middle East. What has he done about that? Well yes he had Osama Bin Ladin Terminated With Extreme Prejudice , and he backed up international forces to overthrow Moammar Gadhafi.

But what about — ?

Oh never mind. It’s always something, isn’t it? Our famously Liberal Media has been working 24/7 to undermine our duly elected African-American president at every turn, especially Pravda — which coughed-up this gem for today’s issue.

“As of today, both Reps. Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul would have a fighting chance in a matchup with President Obama in 2012.
That’s according to a new Gallup survey, which provides some of the strongest indication yet that Obama’s position in the polls has eroded — and also that nobody in the GOP has distinguished themselves as the most electable opponent.
The survey shows all four top GOP presidential candidates — Bachmann, Paul, Mitt Romney and Rick Perry — within the margin of error against Obama. Romney leads by 2 percent and Perry is tied, while the two House members trail narrowly.
But the Bachmann and Paul numbers are particularly illustrative of the race ahead.”

Oh really? Can you be more specific?

“The two House members are purported by some experts and critics to not have what it takes to be a general election candidate. Bachmann is too divisive and too conservative, the argument goes, and Paul is too much of a libertarian to unify the GOP base.
As of right now, though, both of them have essentially the same level of support as Romney or Perry in a matchup with Obama. And everyone but Bachmann leads Obama among independents.
That tells us a few things.
One is that Obama is in considerably more trouble than he was before. We already saw last week his approval rating dipping below 40 percent, and polling neck and neck with Bachmann and Paul suggests that there is a growing segment of the population that is pretty dead-set against voting for the president.
In head-to-head matchups, Obama leads Paul 47 percent to 45 percent, and he leads Bachmann 48 percent to 44 percent.”

So he “leads”, yet somehow doesn’t.

Well let’s assume he’s in for it. What have the Republicans got as an alternative?

Quite bunch of winners doncha think?

Let’s get “up close”– but not too “personal” if you don’t mind.

Sounds like “Obama Envy” what with his insistence on being “The One.”

Enter Michele.

And that’s not to mention her problems with —

Hey Kathy, next time you run into Michele ask her about THIS.

And then there’s Mittens.

Yes he Believes in America

provided it’s All-White.

Still the Biggest Bozo in the Clown Car remains Rick Perry. Even Pravda has been forced to admit he’s a clueless liar on Climate Change

But that ain’t the half of it.

And now the Piece de Resistance


And so in honor of the passing of the great Jerry Leiber one can only turn to the Republican Party and (via the enchanting Sandra Bernhard) ask the musical question —