Monday, September 3, 2012

Of Freak Shows and Empty Chairs



The above image is one I concocted for the 2008 Democrat National Convention.  At the time I wrote:

I was going to write a blog entry on all the shenanigans going on at the DNC Convention. You know, the bald-faced lies; the radicalism; the Marxist rhetoric; the vicious verbal (and almost physical) assaults on some FOX News correspondents and conservative columnists; the consistent portrayal of America in the worst possible light by leftist demagogues; the Obama cult of personality; the Clinton cult of personality… well, you get the idea. But in keeping with the old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words, I decided just to post this pic....

Turns out I was right then.  Unfortunately, it looks like I am going to be right again, judging by the conga line of freaks (as The Great One would say) who are going to be headlining 2012's convention.  What has become of the party of Truman?

In other news....



Have you seen the great Clint Eastwood's RNC convention speech?  He went all Jack Palance:


That's classic Eastwood!  Not only did he succeed in energizing a rather pro-forma convention, but he also succeeded in creating a new meme!


That's right!  Labor Day, which I never liked because of its socialist origins, has now become a day even more symbolic of America's first socialist president:  National Empty Chair Day!  In my opinion, an empty chair is entirely fitting for a president who has spent more time on the golf course than in the Oval Office.  Check out the festivities here:

National Empty Chair Day (photos from around country)


With that in mind, I decided to get in on the fun myself:


Stop playing games and get back to running the county!  I'm talking to you, Mr. President!   

Of course, in real life President Obama wouldn't have Battlefield 3 loaded up on his PC - we all know he would be a console jockey {snicker}.    But besides his choice of hardware, Obama wouldn't be caught dead playing a military shooter when he has such contempt for the American armed forces.  Rather, I'd expect the prez to be a big fan of Media Matters favorite liberal game, My Magic Pony: Friendship is Magic.

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