You Won’t Believe What’s in Obama’s 2nd Term Plan Pamphlet

Posted on October 31, 2012 8:00 am

President Obama has released a 20-page booklet revealing his plan for a second term.

It’s a little scary – it’s just “All work and no play makes Barack a dull boy” over and over.

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12 Responses to “You Won’t Believe What’s in Obama’s 2nd Term Plan Pamphlet”

  1. archangel says:

    eerily reminiscent of a great scene from an underrated movie, 3 amigos:

    carmen: “what is the plan?”
    dusty: “first, we break into el guapo’s fortress.”
    carmen: “and that you’ve done. now what?”
    dusty: “well, we didn’t actually expect the first part of the plan to work, so we have no further plan. sometimes you can over plan these things…”

  2. Basil says:

    Lives in an old, big building where many others have lived over the years. Goofy-looking wife. Two young girls occasionally seen in the hallways.

    Oh hell.

  3. Matt Musson says:

    My Halloween spookhouse features: Jason and his Chainsaw, Freddie and his knifes and scariest of all: Obama and his 2nd term!!!!

  4. Silverfiddle says:

    I particularly like the “20 Greatest Golf Courses in the World” section, and his plan to play them all the first year of his second term.

  5. Burmashave says:

    My dog could poop a better plan.

  6. Burmashave says:

    …and did just a little while ago.

  7. rodney dill says:

    redrum redrum redrum redrum redrum

  8. Terry_Jim says:

    dneps dna xat dneps dna xat dneps dna xat dneps dna xat dneps dna xat

  9. DamnCat says:

    Next to Michelle’s vegetable garden he plans to build a breeding kennel.

  10. Writer says:

    Actually the extra copies of the pamphlet are to be shredded and used in Moochelle’s garden as mulch. You wouldn’t want to pay out of pocket for mulch would you?

  11. Dohtimes says:

    The mainstream media appears in the background as The Overlook.

  12. Jimmy says:

    He can use that booklet as a fire starter this winter in Chicago.

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