Thursday, October 16, 2008

You think this kind of out-of-touch arrogance won't backfire?

9 comments:

Mesa Mike said...

Oh, my!

I think Eric von Zipper just gave himself the finger again.

Gilbert said...

Nah, media won't report that, or this:

http://www.palinaspresident.us/

Gilbert said...

BTW, on Facebook, there's interesting comments form the liberal side, that the plumber wants "access" to Palin, and other crude commentary.

God whips up quite a delusion when He wants to, no? It's sad and scary to see...

Rachael Starke said...

Gilbert - Okay, the first one is kinda creative and funny. The second one?

((putting fingers in ears))

LaLaLaLaLa, not listening, not listening....

Everyday Mommy said...

In a God-fearing nation, yes...it would backfire. I don't know about our nation.

Thanks for this post, Dan.

Ironman said...

Whoa, heavy stuff. Fox spins and the plumber lies and cheats on his taxes. Who is the bad guy here?

DJP said...

Obama.

Please at least try to follow the discussion. The "No! No! Look over here!" has worn thin.

JOYce said...

Backfire? A bit like the vacuum/sewage scene in the Mouse Hunt movie. Know a good plumber? ;-)

Fred Butler said...

Fox spins and the plumber lies and cheats on his taxes. Who is the bad guy here?

This is outstanding. Utterly irrelevant. I don't care if the guy is a criminal child molester. The issue is Obama's answer.

Remember, Joe merely asked Obama about a potential plumbing business making him the money that places him and his business into the category Obama believes is rich. The response should not have been, "I want to take your hard earned money and spend it for you" which is what he meant with his "spread the wealth around" comment.

I don't know what amazes me more: the truly baseless attacks against an average citizen who dared to call "the One" naked, or the postmodernist mindset of "it doesn't matter what Obama does with my money, as long as Bush isn't president anymore."