Sideshow Bob Terwilliger (from the Simpsons) on Politics
Perhaps they will do better with the DNC in Charlotte in Bank of America Stadium which the Obamatons are redubbing “Panther’s Field” to avoid associations with the 1% crowd.
Granted, Hurricane Isaac caused Mr. Biden to put off his appearance in Tampa to counter the RNC. The Vice President’s office should be commended for not taxing law enforcement which was already taxed by the protecting the Republican National Convention from the gathered anarchists, but also needed to assist the public in a potential natural disaster. Still, the Vice President expects to be in nearby Orlando tomorrow. So it seems only fitting as Biden is leading the Truth Squad for the Obama 2012 campaign that the truth be told about Joe Biden.
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h/t: Michael Ramirez
Thanks to Dirty Harry and the idolent Democrat Senate, public graders should budget (sic) them a goose-egg and expel them in November.
Perhaps it’s just a Fluke (sic). h/t: The Peoples Cube
Campfire stories rely upon dark unfamiliar environs, emotional appeals from trusted leaders and gullible youths. Let’s hope that American voters have grown up by November 6th 2012.
Stories told by the One so vain.
h/t: Robert Arial
Conventional wisdom is that a politician must govern different than he campaigns. Despite his record number of fundraisers, the Obama 2012 campaign managed to spend more than they took in during June. Much to their chagrin,the alluvia of early ads in battleground states did not stimulate support for the incumbent. This Obama re-election campaign might change the paradigm. Unfortunately for Obama 2012 campaign contractors, the Federal government can print money (or engage in another round of quantitative easing) to cover their spending indulgences but political campaigns do not have that magic ability. They had better believe in Obama’s new slogan “We are all in this together”, because in the end that may be all the payoff that they get. h/t: Bob Gorrell
These comments from the campaign trail in Roanoke, Virginia might explain why his opponent, Mitt Romney, is using this apparel as a marketing and fundraising promotion.
h/t: A.F. Branco