Starting with a piece of propaganda from Meow Mix Jr

The most progressive President in 40 years.

It starts:

The first left-wing movement activist to be elected President in American history.

and to the disbelievers, the ol’ admonition

75. The “Problem” Is That It’s Not IN YOUR FACE EXCITING Change

It’s systemic and important, but Kathleen Sebelius’ and Elizabeth Warren’s authoring of OMB Circulars doesn’t really capture MOST people’s imagination or attention. Permalink

and the extremely brazen Social Security thinghie DUdie potential

8. exactly. change is incremental. Social Security wasn’t the program it is now

in the beginning. FDRs legacy was developed over his multiple terms in office. Johnson didn’t have the obstacles in the congress the Obama has had to face.

I guess they would rather he refuse to compromise at all. Gee, if he did that, absolutely no legislation would have been passed! Permalink

Defending the gropers

GROPE! RAPE! MOLESTER! PROBE! FONDLE !

These are words that cause extreme emotional reactions. They are the words being used to describe the actions of TSA screeners who are following guidelines set by the government in an attempt to find explosives or banned items that could be used by a terrorist……

If we only could call touching our genitalia gathering intelligence all would be all tight!

Another moment of light gives rise to  another potential DUdie

The tragedy…is that Obama, after selling his soul to corporations, has been discarded.

based on a Chris Hedge article

Of course the loyal Os mount a defense. One tries using previously respected names that sold out to make Obama look good

2. This is hilarious. Evidently it’s not just President Obama who sold his soul, but

also Sanders, Kucinich, Health Care for America Now, Families USA, MoveOn and the entire Democratic Party…… Long, very long  quote from a Bob Herbert article blaming all follows and is panned

Exactly. And your point is? An answer to that

2. Lol, Bob Herbert won’t be too concerned about your opinion I’m sure.

Moveon sold out years ago, right after the 2004 election.

Moveon is on the inside and will do nothing that might cause them to lose access and funding. They sold out long ago.

Herbert is dead right about everything, and it’s not that anyone needed him to tell them. The cycle was completed when Dems won in 2008. For eight years we foolishly thought that would change everything, or at least begin to. What we’ve learned is that there is just too much money going to both parties for them to be concerned about ordinary Americans.

Herbert tells the truth and that makes him an enemy DC insiders. I guess he doesn’t care about invites to cocktail parties. Permalink

.In a thread about japanese mocking our TSA

The Japanese are having a big laugh over our TSA antics.

one notices

11. “World’s Opinion Of U.S. Has ‘Improved Sharply’ Under Obama, Says BBC Poll”

And a blast from the past

Ralph Nader: Obamabush

Semper Fi, Barack!
Obamabush
By RALPH NADER

After nearly two years out, I can imagine George W. Bush writing his successor the following letter:

Dear President Obama:

As you know I’ve been peddling my book Decision Points and while doing interviews, people ask me what I think of the job you’re doing. My answer is the same: He deserves to make decisions without criticism from me. It’s a tough enough job as it is.

But their inquiries did prompt me to write you to privately express my continual admiration for the job you are doing. Amazing! I say “privately” because making my sentiments public would not do either of us any good, if you know what I mean…..

Universal booing follows. Until someone notices:

13. OK 10 replies, still waiting for the first one to point out any

mis-statement of fact or lie in the letter.

You may hate the messenger but the message is true. Permalink

and then, there’s this article from 2008 that I missed at the time

32. According to you, Obama is no more credible than Glenn Beck.

“He has taken republican funding, he may be funded by Republicans right now.”

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2008/05/30/39067/former-bush…

Former Bush donors now giving to Obama’s campaign
By Greg Gordon | McClatchy Newspapers

WASHINGTON — Beverly Fanning is among the campaign donors who’ll be joining President Bush at a gala at Washington’s Ford’s Theater Sunday night, but she says that won’t dissuade her from her current passion: volunteering for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.

She isn’t the only convert. A McClatchy computer analysis, incomplete due to the difficulty matching data from various campaign finance reports, found that hundreds of people who gave at least $200 to Bush’s 2004 campaign have donated to Obama. Permalink

A loyal O posts a sarcastic

Mr. President, where’s the change?

meant to lampoon us, childish, impatient lefrards

See, the turkey has been in the oven for an hour and a half – yet it’s STILL not done!

When I voted for you, I thought I’d be getting some change. Instead, this turkey is talking about as long to cook as it always has!

Mr. President, why have you betrayed us?

Mr. President, where’s the change?

Mr. President, either the turkey’s done in the next 15 minutes… or I’m done supporting you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:sarcasm:

Lots of agreement follow, the latest astroturf site is posted

5. Maybe you need to check out this site:

but then we find out that there is a response site to it

. I like this one better:

Me too! Some however continue the sarcasm

11. I want change that’s microwavable in under 2 minutes…

or I shall scream and bang my fistful of utensils upon the table!

which can only devolve in sexism

12. Fine, Next time get Sarah Palin to cook your turkey. Permalink

Will she have to iron his shirts too – or this is a task reserved for Hillary?

On Obama’s T-giving remarks

Obama asks country to help make tomorrow better

I wonder – did he have Black Friday in mind?

First comment

1. Country asks Obama to help make tomorrow better

haha silly us

an interesting comment

2. Seems to me to be an ill considered remark.

What you’ve got today is largely a result of government policy so is he saying that has been perpetually wrong even under his own adminstration ?

There times when if you’ve nothing cast iron to say its better to keeps your lips buttoned. As far as I’m aware the American pubic don’t give misguided Nobel prizes for intent. Permalink

and the one that says it all

14. Yep… to tweak a quote from Animal House:

We f’d up. We trusted him. Permalink

Indeed you did, Os. Indeed you fucked up. And insulted and trashed everyone who tried to tell you that at the time. And you are responsible for the consequences.

I think I shall award the DUdie

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to the brazen: The headline

The most progressive President in 40 years.

It starts:

The first left-wing movement activist to be elected President in American history.

and one of the comments defending him

8. exactly. change is incremental. Social Security wasn’t the program it is now

in the beginning. FDRs legacy was developed over his multiple terms in office. Johnson didn’t have the obstacles in the congress the Obama has had to face.I guess they would rather he refuse to compromise at all. Gee, if he did that, absolutely no legislation would have been passed! Permalink

yeah, we get it. Obama had it the hardest. But which Social Security you are talking about? The one he just froze for the past two years and will mess with for the future? You have to decide, which is the good guy in this story? Social Security or Obama? Because they are hardly on the same side.

See you next Tuesday!

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