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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Making Fun Of Liberals: A National Responsibility. In Today's Episode–Defending Obamacare.

I have spent the better part of my life asking the following questions:

  1. Who am I?
  2. Why am I here?
  3. What's the big idea?
I was kind of hoping maybe the cosmos had more in store for me than this, but I've come to the conclusion that my purpose here on Earth is to make fun of Liberals, Statists, Progressives, Communists, Socialists and people on TV.

Sorry mom and dad, I know you hoped I'd amount to something more, but those who stand aside and snicker also serve.

The latest folly from black Caucasian president Barack Obama is that his administration is going to spend $700,000,000 (that's $700 million) on television ads defending Obamacare. 

"Geez, I love Obama, I wonder if he will buy TV ads in my town," you are probably asking.

Well, unless you live in cities like New Orleans or Charlotte, NC, you won't see these ads. In places like New York and LA, where Democrats have successfully forced one-party rule on the dopey masses, there is no need to defend Obamacare. It's only necessary in swing states where the Democrat US Senator voted in favor of it. You see? Those Dems are up for election next year and their seats are in dangerbecause of Obamacare.

According to Statistic Brain, there were 114,800,000 households in the United States in 2010. If black Caucasian President Barack Obama really cared about us, he'd send each household a check for $6.10 from the $700,000,000 of our money he planned on spending to defend his madcap bankruptcy plan otherwise known as Obamacare. Granted, $6.10 isn't a lot of money, but most Americans are selling their souls and their children's futures on empty Obamapromises, so at least with $6.10 we could buy a gallon and a half of gas for our clunkers and start heading for Mexico.

You people think black Caucasian President Obama is on your side. He's nothe's on his side. You're all just tools.

It's so easy fooling you dopes, he's getting bored. (NY Post)

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