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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Presidential Knick Knacks

Jesus H. Christ, what is it with all this hero worship of Barack Obama? Bad enough that his election was a sham. Now we have to endure all the self flagellation by the Media over the one-sided coverage they gave to “The One”, right after they spent 18 months hand picking McCain to be his weakest challenger. Then they spent another 6 months ignoring Obama’s questionable relationships to known terrorists, terrorist sympathizers, and radical clergy, not to mention his lack of experience, other than making shady land deals with a known felon, when not organizing ner-do-wells to milk taxpayers for free goodies.

All this, to the point, that Obama would NOT be qualified to be an FBI agent, an air traffic controller or even a licensed day care provider, but now he is president of the United States. And I am supposed to drop all outrage over illegal campaign cash, voter fraud, voter intimidation, fabricated super stardom and mass hysteria to embrace the biggest Fraud of the 21st Century?

But now that this joke of a campaign has brought an inexplicable victory, we are all supposed to rally around the First Sambo, and engage in the fantasy that is Barack Hussein Obama, First Felon in Chief.

I don’t think so.

The latest sign of complete capitulation is the post election “Chachkies” being marketed like Shamwows. The latest is the Barack Obama Gold Coin which was observed on Cable T.V., in the wee hours--which is the best time to sell something that is worthless. This is where we get 30 seconds of dialog about why this is such a great deal. The first thing I noticed was that they are peddling something “valued at $29.95, for $9.95. Kind of gives you a sense of what they think of his worth doesn’t it?

Next they painfully describe the ingredients as a “Fourteen Carat Gold” clad $1 dollar coin, with a picture of Barack on one side and the Statue of Liberty on the other. Nice touch eh? But I suspect, like Barack, it is hollow inside. Just $9.95 plus shipping, handling, processing and tax which brings the total back to $29.95 is a good example of what we have in store with the man it represents.

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