Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Criticize Your President Before It's Too Late

It's fun criticizing whoever is in the Oval Office, isn't it? If you enjoy criticizing your President as much as I do, you had better get busy.  Time is running out.  In just a few days, if you dare to criticize your Commander-In-Chief, everyone will know you're a racist (or an Uncle Tom if your skin tone is as dark as, or darker than Obama's).  

Of course you'll be able to make tiny little criticisms like "Obama is working too hard" or "Obama has gotten to be a little too bipartisan."  But if you say something like "Obama lied, people died", they'll wash out your mouth with soap.  If you take it to the next level with something like "Obama has shattered the myth of black supremacy once and for all", you are going to sorely regret it. 

So get it out of your system now, criticize the guy in the White House while you still have the opportunity.


The Rule Book for Criticizing Obama

Scary picture.  Warning: Not safe for work (or anywhere else for that matter).

Countries that will miss George Bush

Jindal to GOP: Repent!

To summarize: it is a well-known fact that those people who must want to rule people are, ipso facto, those least suited to do it. To summarize the summary: anyone who is capable of getting themselves made President should on no account be allowed to do the job. To summarize the summary of the summary: people are a problem.

For leftists (now that Democrats are in charge) an inconvenient quote: "It is the first responsibility of every citizen to Question Authority." - Benjamin Franklin


-suitepotato- said...

I intend to aid, abet, and enable the questioning of authority through pointing out the underpinnings of the very idea of authority which must necessarily be that ultimately, might does make right for only by might can those with a given picture of right put it to the chaos of nature and make it so.

If you want peace, justice, goodness, then they must be acted upon by will to do. What what one would do, one should do, when one would do.

Unfortunately, the wick of our society's passion for their desire has burned low and nears going out.

cube said...

I will continue to question authority until they drag me off the the gulag.

The press isn't doing it... and somebody should.

DaBlade said...

Uncle Tom Jindal in 2012

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the laughs.

I am waiting to see how all the BDS-infected people will react once he's gone. They think he has been the cause of all their problems and that everything will be perfect. Who will they blame when they realize that the President doesn't control quite as much as they thought?

Anonymous said...

I personally hope they come after me when they find out just how much criticism I'm capable of...my life just isn't interesting enough right now.

I think I need some unjustified accusations and possible detainment to keep me entertained.

The next four years are going to be so exciting!

~T the D

robert verdi said...

don't you watch msnbc, now that the democrats have won the election we are supposed to take truth from power.

RightKlik said...

SP: Hopefully we can wake our society up. Unfortunately, that probably won't happen until we've had another catastrophic disaster.

Cube: Gulag? Don't give them any ideas. All that empty space at Guantanamo...

DaBlade: I hope so.

4S: They'll keep blaming Bush for everything. Another thing that will be fun to watch: how liberals react to criticism of their Beloved Obama. It's been 8 years since they've had to defend a President from their camp. I'm sure their defense mechanisms are very rusty.

T the D: Fun indeed, now that dems are in charge of the whole show, we can sit back and watch. Obama seems to have no idea how tough his job is going to be. You can see it in his body language in the picture I put on this post. Look at Obama and then at Bush... it's an interesting contrast.

RV: No MSNBC for me. No TV period. Can't stand it anymore. "Truth from power"? I don't get it. What have they been smoking?