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Monday, June 08, 2009

Obama Moonlights As Old Navy
Advertisement Mannequin

You might have had the following Old Navy advertisement in your Sunday paper:

It looks like Barack Hussein Obama, Junior is moonlighting, earning some extra cash as an Old Navy mannequin.

I'd prefer the Old Navy mannequin be the one in the White House.

Then again, I defy anyone to tell me they've personally seen the two of them in the same room together at the same time.


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You know, my mother started in on what a great speaker Barry O! is. I fired back with "He's a good reader, Mom, he's reading those speeches."
Yeah, he can recite lines well that were written by others. He's a slick used car salesman. That's how I look at him.

To be fair, and I wouldn't be the objective person I am if I didn't say this; other presidents and politicians have their speeches written for them too. It's just that generally, the words of a Ronald Reagan sound earnest and legitimate because of who he was.

Does anybody believe what Barry McTeleprompter recites? The only ones I know that buy his sales pitch are his Cultists. And that'e the difference, At least how I see it.

I dunno, what do you think Groovy?
I think we're screwed.
The resemblance of the mannequin to Obama is no fluke.
Yeah, Groovy, I think we are screwed, too. Big time.
EC, ya think?!?!?? ;-)

Damn, it's obvious Old Navy is trying to cash in on the Kenyan Mannequin.
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