We have a winner!


I was wondering who would be the first one to play it. The winner is the ironically named Zandar Versus The Stupid:

To recap, until President Obama came along, no President had ever been publicly turned down tor a request to speak to a joint session of Congress. Indeed, GOP Sen. Jim DeMint was all set to block the Senate resolution to allow President Obama to speak next Wednesday. No President has ever been threatened with such action. No President has ever been shown such contempt and disrespect by the opposition party in Congress. Never before now in America’s history.

But Republicans insist they are mainstream in view, justified through precedent, and completely within normal operating boundaries. And if you believe that, you’re overlooking the other major first that President Obama represents, too. You’d better believe that has everything to do with his treatment at the hands of the Republican party.

However, the President just takes the disrespect and soldiers on. This nonsense is now occurring on a near-weekly basis, and yet he continues to govern the country as the President of all Americans. ..even the ones who view him with contempt and hatred born of ignorance and prejudice. How he continues to handle such outright vitriol is a testament to his true character.

Not only that, but politically he looks like the adult, and the Republicans look like the petty, ignorant fools that they are. Here’s hoping Americans tune in next week just to spite the GOP. (emphasis added)


Gee, what other major first does Obama represent? We’ve had left-handed presidents before, and one from Illinois. Is being born in Hawaii a major first?



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17 Responses to We have a winner!

  1. crawdad says:

    What’s the prize, a dopeslap?

  2. votermom says:

    To recap, until President Obama came along, no President had ever been publicly turned down tor a request to speak to a joint session of Congress.

    On the radio, I heard that apart from SOTU’s, Presidents rarely request to address a joint session are pretty rare – W only did it once (after Sept 11) and BC once also (for healthcare in 93).
    This would be BO’s 2nd.
    Is this true?

    • Dario says:

      Obama is using congress as a prop. The One has to constantly trying to figure out a way to get into the limelight, reignite the applause of 2008.

    • WMCB says:

      Yep. While it’s true that no president has been turned down, they fail to mention three things:

      1) No president has gone public with a date and time announcement without first clearing it with Congress.

      2) No president has used the Joint Session as a mere political ploy to get the limelight.

      3) Boehner did not turn him down. Merely suggested that the date was not really workable for Congress.

      Funny how they love to focus on “never been turned down”, without mentioning those other “firsts”, like announcing the date without consulting Congress. Carney said they were notified, and voiced no objections. Um, yeah, I read they sent a letter, which Boehner only got to read about 15 minutes before the public announcement.

      It was a dick move, and they got called out on it. They thought they’d be cute, schedule it during the debate, blindside Boehner with it, and then shift and make the R’s look petty, castigate them for being stubborn, and putting politics (the debate) above the country. That was the plan.

      Boehner handled it beautifully, and Obama and the WH looked like they tried a little smug trap and got caught with their political pants down.

  3. votermom says:

    Photoshop of the day
    obama-boehner-bow

  4. Herman Cain with Greta..

    They’ve simply taken the race card to a new low. It’s despicable and it’s disgusting. And where is this air of civility that the president called for? Now, since the president is the head of the Democrat party, he should say something against those kinds of remarks. It’s his responsibility. But I doubt whether or not he’s going to say anything about those remarks.

  5. Dario says:

    Obama tries to cover his blunder by faking anger.

    Politico: W.H. furious over speech delay

    • Mimi says:

      This is classic excitation-transfer aggression. They are nearing hysteria over the polling collapse and inability to do anything (except make speeches) to stop it. They purposes try to set up the opposition and steal the attention away from them. Rebuffed and humiliated that their ruse did not work, they become infuriated over their own errors. This is the behavior of two year olds and some dogs.

  6. ralphb says:

    Speaking of winners, if this douche was any stupider, I think he could join Obama’s campaign team.

    Actor Steven Seagal Sued for Driving Tank into Arizona Home, Killing Puppy

    The story of Steven Seagal accompanying Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s raid on an Arizona man suspected of cock-fighting seems almost humorous. Almost, that is, until you think about police driving into your own home with a tank and killing your dog, which is what happened when Seagal drove a tank into Jesus Llovera’s house.

    Seagal told a local radio station that animal cruelty was one of his pet peeves, and since the bust was an animal cruelty bust – which apparently requires the use of several armored cars, a tank, and dozens of sheriff’s deputies in full riot gear – Seagal decided to go along for the ride…and kill hundreds of roosters and a puppy in the process.
    […]
    “Here’s hoping that Steven Seagal, puppy-killer, never meets Steven Seagal, guy from Out For Justice, because that dude would be pissed.” Now that would be poetic justice, which is more than we can say for the faux justice Arpaio and Seagal handed out for the TV cameras.

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