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Saturday, August 1, 2015

A Birthday Card for Our Dear Leader


This is what I get from Obama's political action gang, Organizing for America. They want me to sign a birthday card for the Dear Leader.


Sign the card. Wish the President a Happy Birthday


The link is below, but I have deleted it. Damned if I'll do their dirty work for them.

7 comments:

Siarlys Jenkins said...

I ignore all such appeals. He got my vote, and for that I have no regrets, but he's not my personal friend (I never won those raffles to fly to a fund-raiser for free and be seated at a table with him), so I have no reason to send him a birthday card. Come to think of it, that does smack just a little bit of the "dear leader" paradigm. I don't think he has either the desire or the authority to throw his uncle to the dogs though. Let's not get carried away with analogies.

elwood p suggins said...

Can't wait for him to turn 56.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

His chronological age is not what you're waiting for elwood... be honest.

elwood p suggins said...

Siarlys--afraid I don't get your drift, but what I meant was that when he turns 56 he will be gone from office, or at least his current one. I am still trying to figure if Hill will be better or worse. Hard to imagine worse, but then again---

Siarlys Jenkins said...

You confirmed my point elwood, thank you.

As for what could be worse than Hillary, the GOP is running 10-20 prime exhibits. Really, I couldn't have imagined they could make her look so good, relatively speaking that is, because I don't trust, like, or respect her at all.

Gary Fouse said...

With the POSSIBLE exception of Trump any one of these GOP candidates would be 100 times better than Hillary. I hope Biden jumps in and eventually Sanders runs as an independent, which he is.

Siarlys Jenkins said...

Trump would definitely motivate me to vote for Hillary -- sort of like preferring von Hindenburg to Hitler, which didn't work out very well anyway. The rest of them... depends on how deranged they really prove to be. Might vote for a third party.