Will 2016 See This Presidential First?

Posted on December 26, 2012 4:00 pm

[High Praise! to American Digest]

Publisher’s comment:

Publisher Luis Venegas talked to Dazed Digital about the thought behind “The Candydate”, as the clever coverline reads:
“I especially love the cover story, which for the first time isn’t a super-popular star, but a fabulous, beautiful black transwoman channeling a politician who looks pretty much like Michelle Obama. I remember back in early 2007 when the Democratic Party’s nominees were narrowed down between two ‘controversial’ stereotypes never before seen for presidency: a black man, Barack Obama; and a woman, Hillary Rodham Clinton. At that time, I thought, ‘when will the time come when these archaic walls break down and the White House will be occupied by, for example, a black, transsexual woman?'”

Weird thing is, I would totally vote for her if she were running on a platform of lower taxes & smaller government.

You know why?

No boob belt.

Anyway, this picture makes me very happy because you KNOW liberals find it insulting and demeaning to Michelle Obama (which it is), but they can’t say a word about it because transsexuals are a “more equal” protected class, and calling out this bit of vile effrontery would classify the critic as homophobic.

BWAHAHAHAHA!

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9 Responses to “Will 2016 See This Presidential First?”

  1. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    I would totally vote for her if she were running on a platform of lower taxes & smaller government.

    So you’re cool with the Jerry Springer-ing of American politics just so long as they talk the red-meat issues of conservatives?

    How much politically-correct redefinition of “normal” must be accepted just to get a candidate elected?

  2. JAGernaut says:

    First off, that individual is still a “he,” not a “she.” Second, the behavior / mindset that enables “transgenderism” is diametrically opposed to the conservative viewpoint. If ever the two should meet in the same body, it would be like an unstoppable force striking an immovable object – the end of the world as we know it.

  3. Basil says:

    Some people seem to have given the gift of a sense of humor for Christmas, because they no longer have the one they used to have. Ask to borrow it sometime.

    New tagline: IMAO – Still a humor blog

  4. Mike says:

    Almost the perfect candidate but unfortunately he/she/them is not a muslim or a midget.

  5. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    @ #3,

    Er…still have my humor intact and undiminished or diluted…just that the concept of a “trannie” or “pre-op” conservative candidate more Springer or Ricky Lake than Colgate Comedy Hour.

    Just a touch too convoluted by half in a reach for a macguffin.

  6. NoMoBama says:

    There’s a GUY, Michelle Robert Kosilek, in prison here who’s probably going to get a sex change for free because not allowing HIM to cut HIS d*&k off is so HE can say HE is a ‘she’ is “cruel and unusual” punishment. HE already got like $600,000 for HIS lawyers. HE killed HIS wife and got “life” so HE should be out soon, maybe HE can run. HE would take Massachusetts in a landslide.

  7. Michael J. Bilek says:

    Since the majority of the electorate has demonstrated they will vote for and tolerate almost anything, it is only time before Skynet to becomes aware. Someone find Sarah Conner and protect her and her unborn child. Its our only hope.

  8. Matt Musson says:

    People think I am crazy – but I expect a major ‘Draft Michelle’ effort by DEMS in 2016.

  9. Son of Bob says:

    So sad that the liberals have brought us to the point where a president who is “only” a sick sex freak is a big step up from one that wants to completely destroy the entire country.

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