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Schlock and not much awe anymore

Schlock and not much awe anymore

Obama being mocked almost as much as Sarah Palin. The end is near:

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The Solyndra and “Minute Rice” jokes were pretty good. 🙂

Life may imitate art, but comedy can barely keep up with imitating the Obama administration … or, as they’ve been called, “a cult of hall monitors.”

“Obama’s Director of New Media, Macon Phillips, the same gentleman who announced the beginning of the snitch-on-your-neighbor program, [[email protected]] noted an “ironic development” from the administration’s propaganda efforts: those efforts themselves “(have) become the target of fear-mongering and online rumors …”

I need to contact the TV show Myth Busters and see if they’ll perform an experiment to see if “spinning” really really hard can cause funny delusions.

Pretty soon we’re going to need stimulus for comedy writers … as Leno, Letterman, O’Brien can just can the gag writers and simply read verbatim what these young overeducated morons come up with. Because … you can’t come up with this stuff …

LukeHandCool (who was asked to teach some English classes while he was living in Japan … and would have his students keep diaries in English which he would then correct … and which had him laughing to the point of gasping for air at times … and who loves the Obama administration’s minions for bringing back that feeling. Nothing better to start the day than with a good laugh and a read of LI … which also makes Luke laugh at times … but at least the jokes are intentional on the part of the host and his commenters).

The “hits” (yes, you can interpret that two ways) just keep coming:

“Senior administration officials met with Senate Democrats for an hour and a half on Thursday to answer their complaints about President Obama’s jobs bill.

Democratic lawmakers voiced objections to several of the president’s proposals to pay for the $447 billion stimulus package, including an elimination of tax breaks for the oil-and-gas industry.

David Plouffe, a senior adviser to the president, acknowledged after a marathon meeting in the Senate’s Mansfield Room that not all Democrats are sold on the plan.

“I think the vast majority of them are excited about it,” Plouffe said after the meeting.

–Wow, just imagine if they didn’t like it.

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