Saturday, February 27, 2010

Where to put Obama's picture?

George Washington, our nation's first President and leader of the American Revolution!

Abe Lincoln, honorable leader who pulled our nation through its darkest time!

Alexander Hamilton, founding father, first secretary of the treasury and leader of the constitutional convention!

Andrew Jackson, "Old Hickory " fought the British in New Orleans!

Ulysses Grant, Union army general, lead the North through the Civil War!

Ben Franklin, Genius inventor, political theorist and leading author of the Constitution!

And now, we finally have someone to put on the Food Stamp!!!!!!!

Obama's policies will put more people on welfare than any President before him so this placement appropriate... Unlike the Nobel Peace Prize, for which he did nothing, this is an honor he richly deserves...

Heck, in a couple more years, after providing bread, circuses and healthcare for the masses; injecting and guaranteeing trillions of imploding corporate / banking system debt; spending our country into oblivion - followed by massive monetary printing (Quantitative Easing) to fill the deficit gaps left by a completely hollowed out tax base and massively depressed economy, we could then add his image to the new hyperinflationary depression bill of 2012+


Anonymous said...

While I don't like Obama either (but not for knee-jerk, right-wing, or racist reasons, but because he is a liar and a con artist), I think GW Bush deserves to be on the food stamp and 10 trillion dollar bill along with Obama.

Republicans moan about Obama's policies being socialist, yet had few qualms about handing trillions to the banks, insurance companies, and hedge funds. In reality, Obama has probably redistributed more money UP the food chain than even Bush managed to do.

Obama is not a Democrat, a socialist, or a Republican. He is simply another politician suckling at the nipple of lobbyists and raping the world for his own ego.

There are days when burning down Washington and living through a decade of anarchy almost seem appealing!


Randy said...

I Agree - Democrats and Republicans are both guilty of legislating poor policies that have and / or will negatively affect us for generations to come. Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Fannie Mae, Freddy Mac, and the Post Office are all good examples of ailing programs that were based on good intentions, but are now on the verge of bankruptcy or bankrupting our nation.

I couldn’t agree more about Bush… Republican vs. Democrat? I say B.S. – they are merely two heads of the same monster body politic! As long as we Americans are divided through a false choice (and remain too ignorant to realize it) these con artists will continue to remain in power and do as they wish with our lives, our money and our freedom.

If you recall, we as a nation were against the bailouts - we emailed, faxed, called, and wrote letters till the cows came home but our Representatives completely ignored us - REPUBLICANS and DEMS ALIKE!

When it comes to voting in 2010, it shouldn't be a Republican Vs. Democrat (a lesser of 2 evils) choice - It should be a wrong vs right vote; a "government of the people" vs a "Gvt supporting financial institution and corporations" focused vote; a pro-constitution vote; an anti socialism, anti fascism vote; A vote for ethical men who understand the issues - like Ron Paul; Others who have shown their ignorant colors and favoritism (like Pelosi, Reid, Frank, etc) deserve a good swift boot to the curb! Self serving idiots like Charlie Rangell however need to meet big bubba and his buddies inside a jail cell!

Bottom line: I – just like the other 79% of Americans who have given up on "their" government, am sick of politics. (Latest from Paul Craig Roberts – last flight of Joe Stack) and agree with you Expat “There are days when burning down Washington and living through a decade of anarchy almost seem appealing!”

soulsearcher said...

LOL...yeah..where should we put would be cool to have this on a wolf tee shirt though..

Anonymous said...

I voote for "W"s picture on the last two.

Obama didn't get us into two, count 'em two, expensive Vietnam-type un-winnable wars, without ever levying taxes to pay for the goddam expense of them.

Obama didn't tell us all to go out and buy something (on credit, no doubt)

Obama didn't unleash the cost of Medicare part D with no additional government income to pay for it.

He's just the guy who got to ride the bull after "W" was done hitting it with a baseball bat. It's not surprising he is not riding it very well.

Anonymous said...

I am no fan of our current sitting President, but is it really his fault that he won the Nobel Prize. It's not like he just ordered it up. Those clowns got so giddy with excitement, they couldn't contain himself.

Unless I am missing something, I can't and won't put blame on him for this prize. Fair is fair.

The Real Deal said...

Yes, Obama picture should be in the $1 trillion note. Because it will be the dollar he will preside over, and take full responsibility for nominating Bernanke.

But what shall we remember Bush II by? No, a picture on a piece of paper is not worthy of his monumental achievement. We must carved his body, naked, on fine granite statue 20 feet high. Then we must build a White House 1/50th scale in limestone. Move the statue over to his Texas exile home front lawn. Then drop the limestone White House on it, creating one hell of a mess.

Archaeologists in the 22th century , digging out the broken statue, will compare it to the Roman ruins and declare they have found the asshole.