The Question Of The Day – Will They Dare?

With fingers being pointed at Obama over his amazingly slow response to the Gulf oil gusher, do you think anyone will stand up and say, "You're doing a heck of a job, Brownie?!?"

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A longtime veteran of comedy and political forums, I decided that I needed a more restful venue because... well... I finally hate everybody. Except my wife that is... and my ex-wife.. and... no, that's about it. I lead about as simple a life as one can, preferring activities that include anything that doesn't involve going out and seeing YOU! And I particularly enjoy what I call "Get the Bitch" movies on Lifetime. You know the ones where the intended victim finally does something so incredibly stupid that she forfeits her right to live, and from that moment on you're rooting for the stalker. Of course, it rarely works out the way you want, but when it does, the feeling you get is... well, there's nothing else like it, other than, maybe, eating chocolate chip cookies. Oh, and I'm proudly anti-wildlife, both foreign and domestic, and anti-environment - especially foreign environments. I think Howard Stern put it best when he said, "If fifty percent of the population died tomorrow, I can live with that." And I feel the same about the other fifty percent, so together, we've pretty much got it all covered.
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16 Responses to The Question Of The Day – Will They Dare?

  1. Waterbaby says:

    Yup, the media, radical libs and socialists as well as the Americans still mesmerized by the Messiah's flash and charm.

  2. Catalina says:

    Thank you for the major chuckle! 🙂

  3. Darcy says:

    He also needs a big pat on the back for catching that "40-something year-old white guy" who "probably has a political agenda and doesn't like the health care bill or something". What was his name again? Faisal Shahzad? And he was trying to flee to Quatar? Boy, that sure sounds like the typical Tea Party person to me.

  4. TedWest says:

    There's a little story behind my post. I read it to my wife before posting, and instead of the laugh I expected, I got a concerned look. "People might think that's racist"… Yeah, SO? "It just seems…" her voice trailed off.So I waited a half hour and spontaneously read it to her again. She burst out laughing. I would have posted it anyway, because I was actually hoping someone would accuse me of being a racist (I'm not normal), and the reason I was hoping be because I'm dying to bring up Bobo's "predator drone" "JOKE." ANother thing… did you ever see how he reacts to being heckled? You know he wishes he was President of some banana republic so he could have that person tortured and killed.

  5. TedWest says:

    Shahzad? Isn't that what Mork from Ork used to say?

  6. Darcy says:

    LOL– yes I think it was.

  7. Jeff D says:

    You know I'm no fan of Obama, but what should his response be? Looks like BP is saying it will pay for the cleanup and I'm not so certain the Feds have equipment laying around that could be used to clean up oil slicks. There is plenty of crap to criticize him about, I just don't see this as one of them.

  8. TedWest says:

    First off, I was merely making a joke. If you read it as criticism, I can't control that. My actual point was only intimated and had nothing to do the Commandeerer-in-Chief. It was that I'm going to say what I want regardless of who thinks it might be inappropriate, biased, or even racist. It's the only way to break the back of political correctness. In this case, the line was funny, and I'm the only one who's gonna say it.Now, since you asked what Bobo could do, let me start by saying that at this point, there is absolutely nothing he could do that I'd applaud him for. That's not to say I might not approve, it's simply to say that knowing how evil he is, what he's up to, and what he's already done that we'll never recover from, I won't give him credit for anything – ever.Now specifically, he's done less than Bush during Katrina and he's taken longer to not do it. But just because one might be able to itemize things Bush could have done and that same person can't think of anything The Messiah could have done, that doesn't mean Bobo's off the hook.. Since the disaster is seemingly less broad than Katrina, perhaps he should have been more hands on and even direct things personally? You know, instead of joking at Correspondents Dinners and dividing America in ways in which he has no shortage of ideas? Not to mention that, as Limbaugh is fond of saying, "Obama is the least competent individual in any room he's in." You don't doubt that, do you?

  9. Jeff D says:

    "Seemingly less broad?" How many people had their homes destroyed because of this oil slick?To mention them in the same sentence seems a huge stretch to me. As I said, I am no fan of Obama's and hope someone can mount a challenge to him in 2012 (given the current state of the GOP, I'm not hopeful.) That said criticizing him for every single thing he does just ends up obscuring when he really fucks something up (healthcare, this idiotic carbon tax that's coming next, etc.)

  10. TedWest says:

    Well, all of this started because others, not I, were comparing Katrina and Kaboom. But is that how we measure disaster – in how many homes were destroyed? Or would it be something like – lives destroyed? And how many wildlife lives equal one human life? Or do I have that backward? In which case, may I remind you that the oil thing is still a work in progress!As to your second point, I'll take this vow – I won't discontinue criticizing Bobo for every single thing he does without exception, but I promise to really, really criticize him when things are actually wrong.

  11. Jeff D says:

    If indeed we measure by lives affected, I think Katrina still wins by a long shot. If by cost, again Katrina takes the cake. IMO accidents like this are unavoidable. Oil drilling is a risky business and the rig that was doing the drilling was as state-of-the-art as they come. I'm more irritated by the predictable liberal outrage at BP than I am at anything Obama does or does not do about it. Or that the fools now are not going to pass a bill that would allow more drilling. That would be like no longer driving a car because you needed to fix the radiator.

  12. TedWest says:

    Jeff, I've done some thinking since I posted my last comments (as opposed to before I posted them), and I wanted to add that I have zero tolerance for anyone defending Bobo.. I'm just sayin'. And I wondered since you didn't acknowledge my comment – do you not think that he's the essence of evil? I ask because I know people throw that term around, but I mean it at it's fundamental best. I mean, Clinton and Gore are evil, but with this dirtbag, I've never seen such evil, and that includes all the great dictators. You do realize that the only thing keeping Obama from being the new-improved Hitler is the American constitution?

  13. Jeff D says:

    I have problems equating democratic politics with "good and evil." If he reinstitutes the Alien and Sedition Acts then I'll agree.

  14. TedWest says:

    Well, see then you're not getting the picture at all. Just look at his eyes when someone heckles him. Or even the simple things he says (since they're all simple, I mean the really simple things) – he's racist and purposely divisive, and that's just for starters. Unlike Bush, I might add.

  15. Jeff D says:

    I'm not sure how logic follows from "racist and divisive" to Hitler.

  16. TedWest says:

    You don't think Hitler was racist and divisive? And he didn't start killing right away. Germany just didn't have our safeguards. What troubles me is that you seem to think this is a case of bad policy, not a bad guy. In fact, it's both. But of course, "bad" is unbelievably kind with respect to Bobo. It's a given that he's the rottenest man who ever ran, and while I can't prove it, I believe he's the most evil man who ever lived.For you to deny that he's even simply a bad guy, you have to overlook or be ignorant of so many things. Let's take your politics angle. Politics isn't a game, it's about your life. It's about manipulating things and people to affect the outcome. That isn't bad in itself, but if the person doing it isn't principled (and Bobo doesn't know the meaning of the word), then there's no concern about the outcome except as how it benefits the manipulator – thus the health care bill, cap/trade, amnesty, trillion dollar deficits and no letup in spending… .

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