Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Failed Messiah

At least by this news that "60 percent of American voters say they lack faith in President Barack Obama" we know he's not the Antichrist — Americans lose faith in Obama. But, then again what do American voters know? It's what celebrities know that matters, and some celebrity named "Fergie has hailed US President Barack Obama for helping to restore the world's faith in America" — Black Eyed Peas at T In The Park: 'Barack Obama has really helped America's image'. That noted, if he really is who who says he is, this should have been out of the news by now — Republican senator says he backs birther lawsuits.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I remember when Fergie wa the name of some British royalty who stooped so low to do TV commercials for some product.

By soiling herself as such, her name has been reduced to association with some other mere celebrity.

Could somwone call Wilson Revolution Unplugged?

12:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scary as it may sound, I would much rather crash and burn with Obama or Biden at the helm than with Sarah Palin.

This is not failure; this is success!!!!

You pessimist, you.

1:07 AM  
Anonymous love the girls said...

Anonymous writes : "I would much rather crash and burn with Obama or Biden at the helm than with Sarah Palin."

I agree, because if he's found alive among the wreckage, the survivors can at least have the pleasure of stringing him up, where as it would be unseemly to string up a woman for the some offense.

2:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

love the boys:

You are worse than a broken clock, because even they are correct twice a day. There is no telling how out of hand a things can get with an imbecile woman at the helm in a time of crisis. Men, at least, are biologically wired to take charge and act somewhat rationally.

Btw, the only woman to ever become pope was strung up, for being a woman.

3:10 AM  
Blogger Enbrethiliel said...


ROFLMAO!!! Where do we get these idiot anonymous trolls?

3:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ltg, I am sorry. The folly of youth.

6:59 AM  
Blogger Scott said...

Are the 'birther's' ideas still in the news because there really is a controversy? Or is it just a testament to how insanely stubborn and idiotic a group can be?

3:02 PM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

I'm not a birther, but neither am I an anti-birther. I'm an anti-anti-birther.

Last time I was in rural Northern California, I came a cross a billboard with a simple message:


Why not just do it?

6:39 PM  

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