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Hiding behind Big Bird

Original post made by Gary on Oct 9, 2012

Has Obama become so desperate that Big Bird has to be his shield?

This theatre is getting worse, day by day.

Maybe Biden can resign, Hillary replace him, then Obama resign...Hillary becomes the President. Hillary is probably the only Dem with heft than can challenge Romney, at this point.

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Posted by Sharon, a resident of Midtown
on Oct 9, 2012 at 2:42 pm

snore.....

Gary keeps posting his fantasies online. How sad that his is to see Hilary replace President Obama. -hint for Gary: it WILL happen!

... in 2016!

Big Bird is far more popular than Multiple Choice Mitt, and is known and respected worldwide as a symbol of pre-school education that works.

Obama uses him in his stump speech to mock Mitt and get laughs. The mere fact that Mitt Romney thinks support for PBS is anything but a pittance compared to tax subsidies for Exxon and big oil is indeed, laughable.

Romney's debate bounce is already fading, the Romney campaign staff and his family are back to bickering, and America is constantly reminded that Romney = Bush/Cheny in all policy areas.

Gary: enjoy your moment in the sun.


Posted by Gary, a resident of Downtown North
on Oct 9, 2012 at 2:57 pm

>Gary: enjoy your moment in the sun.

I am...all the way to the Romney election...if there is rationality and justice in the U.S. No President should hide behind Big Bird, because the bird is a silly and boring icon of the redistributionist classes. Oh, wait!...Obama IS a redistributionist, so that might explain his weakness, while hiding behind the yellow feathers.

Obama is, and always has been, an empty suit. It is all just catching up with him, at this late date. If even the mainstream press is catching on, Obama is toast.


Posted by Sharon, a resident of Midtown
on Oct 9, 2012 at 3:02 pm

"(Big) bird is a silly and boring icon of the redistributionist classes."

There ya go folks, all you need to know about Gary! A proud supporter of the 1% vs the 99%.

Obama inherits an economy with 800,000 jobs lost a month and now we have 28 months of private sector job growth, creating 4.5 million jobs.

But remember: Big bird is a silly and boring icon of the redistributionist classes.

Gary can't support Romney with facts about Romney, he can only attack Obama as an "empty suit" because he heard it on Fox.

Romney = Bush/Cheney


Posted by Romney equals Bush, a resident of Downtown North
on Oct 9, 2012 at 3:04 pm

Romney will return us to the Bush economic disaster, complete with a 5 trillion dollar tax cut for millionaires


Posted by Sharon, a resident of Midtown
on Oct 9, 2012 at 3:15 pm



Big Bird will be for Obama what the "killer rabbit" was for Carter.

The symbol of one term presidency.


Every time Obama mentions Big Bird he reminds voters of his pathetic performance in last weeks debate.



Posted by Sharon, a resident of Midtown
on Oct 9, 2012 at 3:21 pm

Hey everyone -- look at this chart that shows the perfect answer on who you should vote for!

Romney/Bush policies went till January 21 2009, Obama took over and a few months later -- viola'!!!


Web Link


Posted by Jan H., a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Oct 9, 2012 at 8:57 pm

Jan H. is a registered user.

What a coincidence: Romney and Bush both had everything bought for them as children. Both had privileged lives. Neither ever worked for anything they have, it was all given to them by parents. And both are morons in spite of expensive educations.

If both Romney and Bush have similar histories, would their presidencies match, too?


Posted by Jan H., a resident of Old Palo Alto
on Oct 10, 2012 at 12:57 pm

Jan H. is a registered user.

The latest news is that the Children's Television Workshop, which produces Sesame Street, has ordered Obama to stop using their Big Bird character! They did not authorize the usage, and the foundation that supports Sesame Street is non-political, as is Sesame Street and the Children's Television Workshop.

So, that should be the end of that.




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