How to tell that Obama is really in trouble


Remember when comedians wouldn’t make fun of Obama? Here’s one week’s worth from Jay Leno:

These White House scandals are not going away any time soon. I’ll tell you how bad it’s looking for President Obama: People in Kenya are now saying he’s 100 percent American.

Michelle Obama gave a commencement at a high school in Nashville. The first lady said about her husband, “I could take up a whole afternoon talking about his failures.” And today she was offered her own show on Fox News.

President Obama gave the commencement address at Morehouse College over the weekend. Great speech, very inspiring. He told the young graduates their future is bright — unless, of course, they want jobs.

The White House admitted President Obama’s chief of staff had advance warning that the IRS was targeting conservative groups. President Obama says the first time he heard about the IRS and AP scandals was from the media. See, that’s why President Obama holds press conferences. It’s not to explain what’s going on. It’s to find out what’s going on.

Time magazine found a picture of President Obama at his high school prom back in 1979. Let me tell you how long ago that was. Back then, Obama had to ask a girl for her phone number. He couldn’t illegally obtain it through the Justice Department.

It is not looking good for President Obama. Today, his teleprompter took the fifth. In fact, the White House has changed their slogan from, “Yes, we can” to “No, I can’t remember.”

White House officials insist that President Obama knew nothing about the IRS scandal until we all heard about it in the news last week. They said because there was an investigation under way, it would have been inappropriate to tell him. And besides, he was too busy not knowing anything about Benghazi.

Singer Mary J. Blige has been slapped with a $3.4 million bill from the IRS. I didn’t even know she was a tea party member.

Jay Leno keeps his finger on the pulse of public awareness. He doesn’t tell jokes that nobody gets. His material comes straight from the headlines and nightly news. The fact that he’s telling these jokes is very revealing. Whom the gods would destroy they first make fun of.

I said a long time ago that if they ever start to ridicule Obama he’s toast. Well, they’ve finally started.

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51 Responses to How to tell that Obama is really in trouble

  1. 49erDweet says:

    Easiest way to tell is if his lips are moving.

  2. 49erDweet says:

    It’s not the end, but it’s the beginning of the end.

    • myiq2xu says:

      I expect that he’ll finish out his term. But it will be a long three+ years for him.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Unless of course the UN SecGen-ship opens up. (Helen found a good one, there)..

        • Propertius says:

          Well, he was hoping to succeed Pope Benedict, but that slot seems to be taken. Unless Axelrod can dig up some dirt on him, of course.

        • Lulu says:

          I thought the SecGen was forbidden to US citizens in its charter. I may be wrong but I think it would have been offered to Carter or Clinton if it was possible. If the charter forbids it, and would have to be changed for O-Zero, Putin would scotch that fast. These scandals are making him radioactive for post-prezzy stuff much to Mrs O-Zero’s money grubbing fury. People are already groaning and changing the channel when they see his face. It is going to be a long 3 and 2/3 years of scandal. He is going to wish he did a “one and done”.

        • leslie says:

          If he really wants the UN SecGen slot, he’d have to say he isn’t a US citizen and all the birthers would have a field day! 😉

        • Lulu says:

          Yes and every single thing he signed could be nullified. Laws, findings, executive orders, all null and void based upon fraud. They can’t let it happen. The UN talk is ego and wishful thinking for a numb-nut in a vise. He may wish he was anywhere but where he is and his history of job climbing before disaster strikes is catching up with him.

        • leslie says:

          It’ll be hard to bring back the “folks” who died from drone attacks, though. Maybe then he’d be tried for crimes against humanity.

      • Wanda says:

        Yeah, and the polls were skewed and Romney was going to win in a landslide. Get your head out of your ass moron.

      • Constance says:

        I hope he finishes his term. I think it is really bad for America when we have Presidents who step down. Americans got the President we deserve, we were offered a great alternative and we didn’t take it. Everyone knew the Obots were dirty dealers who ignore any and all laws to get power and the Republicans should have been organized to take him on. Instead the fought among themselves and wasted too much effort.

        • swanspirit says:

          It is only bad for America when presidents step down, when it would be worse if they remain in office. Even Biden would be better than Obama .; But I don’t think it would happen . Obama’s ego is too big .

        • Internal Exile says:

          Or just maybe the GOP took a dive because Obama had served the Malefactors Of Great Wealth–who own both parties–diligently enough that the Malefactors decided they wanted four more years of his service?

  3. myiq2xu says:

    Moe Lane:

    I’ve always considered the relationship between Barack Obama and the Media to be a lot less genuine than is commonly believed: there’s no real emotional connection on the corporate level. Barack Obama has always approached the Media with a certain inherent cynical contempt that only got more and more brazen as the years went on and nobody reacted to never being given press conferences and seeing local media be punished for non-flattering coverage and having reporters stuffed in closets and whatnot. And, for its part… the Media as a corporate entity likes Barack Obama the way that I like a rib-eye steak. They loved reporting his rise; they loved celebrating his victories; they love narrating his travails; and they will absolutely love chronicling his fall. And once they’re done with all of that, the Media will write sad, brave little pieces about the endgame for the latest iteration of the Camelot myth — and never explain that they themselves helped set up that scenario, because it’s one of their favorite stories. One that they will revisit, just as soon as they can.

    • Lulu says:

      Obama’s Camelot myth is really Spamalot. His entire Cabinet and assorted flunkies are really Not Dead Fred’s. They have been singing “Run Away”.

  4. yttik says:

    Comedy that ridicules our leaders sure is the sound of freedom! Twice now I’ve really been spooked, once after 911 when comedians took a few days off because of the tragedy, and again when they refused to make fun of Obama because people were afraid to laugh. That was absolutely chilling. Comedy has always been somewhat subversive and when this country stops laughing, we’re in real trouble.

  5. fif says:

    Leno is also being more brazen because he’s on his way out.

  6. Well, don[‘t forget that Leno is also retiring, and it may be that his give-a-damn is busted as well. Not that those weren’t funny jokes, because they were.

  7. HELENK says:

    does this twit understand that those in gitmo would kill her in a new york minute? has she ever heard of arab slave traders?

  8. HELENK says:

    what is the over/under on when the press go back to being yelping lap dogs?

  9. HELENK says:

    off topic

    this 3-D printer is making real tech breakthroughs. It will change a lot of things

  10. HELENK says:

    Iowa Hawk

    Lois Lerner, 1975 Hollywood starlet

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Too funny, here’s the result when myiq’s and my worlds collide….. a “Trouble” Taylor Swift parody by the cast of Les Miserables 😀

    • leslie says:

      In the past 2 weeks, I have sent more messages to Durbin’s office than in the past 5 years. I have not had ONE acknowledgement of my messages to him. When GWBush was prezzy, every time I wrote to Durbin, I received an acknowledgement. Hmmmmm, wonder what the difference is.
      He’s just an old fashioned a$$hat.

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