Cartoon of the day – Myth of the Year

Posted on December 21, 2012 10:00 am

[Source: Lisa Benson – GoComics]

Maybe Obama is Santa Claus. Let’s see.

Parents tell children that Santa will bring them stuff. But the parents actually take their hard-earned money and buy the stuff for the children. And the children thank Santa Claus.

Okay, I see the difference. Obama tells his followers that he’s giving them stuff, but we’re paying for it. Santa doesn’t do that, because, well, he’s not real. With Santa, we make up the myth. Obama and his supporters make their myth.

In the whole Santa Claus mythology, we give the stuff one day a year. In the Obama mythology, he gives our stuff every day of the year.

In both cases, people that work for a living pay for the stuff.

I do have one suggestion on how he could even be more like Santa: he could move to the North Pole. I’ll even help him pack.

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7 Responses to “Cartoon of the day – Myth of the Year”

  1. DamnCat says:

    Also, Santa only eats your milk & cookies – not your schnauzer.

  2. Jimmy says:

    So, what do cats put out for Santa?

    Tuna? Catnip? Dead mice?

  3. DamnCat says:

    I can’t speak for other cats – but what I put out for Santa is a stocking…extra-large.

  4. CrustyB says:

    He’s Santa Claus if Santa were an international fence for stolen goods.

  5. Son of Bob says:

    They’re both fictional characters, however, one of them might bring you a Red Rider BB-gun if you’re good, while the other wants to disarm you and threaten you with imprisonment in FEMA camps if you don’t obey. Not quite the same.

  6. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    The real Santa also requires you to be good. Welfare leeches aren’t required to do ….anything.

    Oh sorry, they’re expected to vote, that’s a lot of work for them so I guess it’s worth it. There’s a big uninformed moron voter shortage so they’re providing a vital service.

  7. Jimmy says:

    So, Santa lives at DamnCat’s house and fills his own stocking?

    Shock, shock!!

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