02 August 2011

Obimbo, King Of Spamalot!


So, now Obimbo golfs AND spams? 
All hail Obama, King of Spamalot! 
WorldNetDaily Exclusive Commentary © 2011, Andrea Shea King 
According to The New York Daily News, last week President Obama brought his debt battle to Twitter and in the process, lost more than 40,000 Twitter followers. Apparently a significant number of social networkers didn’t appreciate being spammed, even if it was from the president. Actually, the spam was generated by Obama’s campaign staff, but hey, a rose by any other name is still a rose, right? 
Obama, the political supernova, seems to have flamed out.
 According to the Daily News, “Obama asked Americans Friday to call, email and tweet Congressional leaders to “keep the pressure on” lawmakers in hopes of reaching a bipartisan deal to raise the nation’s $14.3-trillion debt limit ahead of an Aug. 2 deadline. Obama’s campaign staff used the @BarackObama Twitter account to post the Twitter handles of tweeting GOP leaders -- “state by state, tweet by tweet.” 
Whoa, wait a minute! Campaign staff pushing White House budget policy? What’s that about? New Obama motto: Yes, we spam!

It really doesn’t make that much difference... most of us knew he COULD NEVER do the job he was elected to do, anyway.


(And, that’s a disgrace to do that to a can of SPAM!)

2 comments:

  1. “most of us knew he COULD NEVER do the job he was elected to do, anyway.”
    ........at least not the job that he is supposed to do

    The liberals who put him in office were, obviously, clueless because even they can’t be happy with this fraud now. I think most polling data is starting to recognize this. I wait with breathless anticipation for the “Neutron Star” phase of his demise which will follow the “Super Nova” phase mentioned in this post. Spam belongs on a breakfast plate beside the eggs, not in the White House!

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  2. JB, see my post: Saturday, June 11, 2011, "When Will Obama Crack In Public?" It pretty much says what you've said. Can't wait!

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