Binders Full of Water

Posted on February 14, 2013 8:48 am

I’m defining the phrase “Binders Full of Water” as “the Left’s habit of focusing on irrelevant minutiae that no sane person would think twice about in an attempt to draw attention away from the failures of Barack Obama.”

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7 Responses to “Binders Full of Water”

  1. @lheal says:

    That’s funny and ironic, because during the 2012 campaign, I drank some water.

    Oh, how I love the delicious taste of a cold glass of irony.

  2. Jimmy says:

    I’ll drink to that.

    (@lheal, Where did Socrates go?)

  3. Harvey says:

    @2 – Sadly, Socrates just drank a binder full of hemlock and is no longer with us.

  4. Jimmy says:

    I thought maybe had risen from the dead, Harvey, and if anyone would know, lheal would.

  5. Keln says:

    Brilliant Harvey. Absolutely brilliant.

  6. Dohtimes says:

    The same people also claim that Obama is walking on water when all he did was pee himself when an important decision has to be made.

  7. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    TMZ is announcing that a consortium of rock icons inclusive of Bob and Peaches Geldof, Lady Gaga, and Green Day are organizing a benefit concert at Madison Square Garden called Binders Full Of Water for Africa.

    Five cents of every dollar donated will go to the cost of buying and installing spigots in Darfur.

    Billy Joel and Jay Z have written the spigot-related anthem called “Lefty Lucy, Righty Tighty” which addresses a little Darfurian girl’s struggle against a political leader’s selfish hoarding of tribal water rights.

    Michele Obama is expected to make an appearance accompanied by the children of The Harlem Academy and characters from Sesame Street to show the world the correct–and green– way to operate spigots. This will be translated into Spanish, made into a DVD, and distributed to the citizens of Darfur who may obtain a copy for a donation of $5 to Obama For The World.

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