All I want for Christmas is…

Remember the movie A Christmas Story? The main character, Ralphie, wanted “an official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot range model air rifle with a compass in the stock, and this thing which tells time.”

And, at the end of the movie, he got it.

Remember Peggy Joseph? She’s the woman who said that, because of Obama, wouldn’t have to worry about putting gas in her car or have to worry about her mortgage.

She thinks he’s Santa Claus.

Well, so do most Americans, it seems. They voted him as the next president.

In the spirit of those American classics — A Christmas Story and Barack Obama — I’m wondering what you want Obama to bring you for Christmas.

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His place in history

When the Electors meet in their respective states’ capitals today to formally cast their ballots for president, something historical will occur.

But I have a question regarding Barack Obama’s place in history: Will he be the second Mob-connected president, or the third?

Just wondering.

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Mr. President

George Washington looked through his leveling instrument when he heard the sound of hoofs. He looked up, and saw the rider approaching.

A small cloud of dust rose, tracing the path the rider was taken down the dirt road that worked its way through the plantation.

It was wonderful here. He appreciated the life he had now. Was it life? He wasn’t sure. He didn’t care. He simply enjoyed it.

The rider pulled up.

“Mr. President,” the rider said, tipping his hat.

“Mr. President,” Washington replied, returning the salute.

“Are you going to see the results of the election?” John Adams, the rider, asked.
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I voted

Did my part today.

Cast ballots for John McCain and Sarah Palin.

Of course, I did it right.

Wore an Obama’08 pin into the polling place.

And they let me vote again.

And again.

Democracy. Ain’t it great!

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Obama vs Obama

Barack Obama’s attack ad on himself:

Thanks to: Mary Katharine Ham

Tell me again why this guy’s the favorite. Is is because we live in Bizarro World?

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The Bucket Saga


“where’s mah bukkit?” asks teh walrus.

other walrus sez “oh noes!!1! ur bukkit iz gones”

“i will finds it” walrus sez and he goes seekingz teh bukkit

“oh hai! haz u seen mah bukkit?” walrus sez to kitteh

“i did not looks at ur bukkit” sez kitteh

walrus sez “halps me find mah bucket”

“i can has cheezburger?” askz kitteh

“halps me find mah bucket” sez walrus

“kthx” kitteh sez 2 walrus

but teh bukkit waz not founds

teh walrus did his searches more

at worldz ending, he have decided 2 goes in teh following world

In Frank’s World

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El Hombre Negro

Hugo Chavez is reported to have said that he looks forward to talking with “the black man” in the White House.

But, you know what? I bet he didn’t say that.

Oh, sure, Klingons speak English. Saw that on Star Trek. Cardassians, too. And the Borg. Romulans, Vulcans, Q, they all speak English. Even those green Orion slave women speak English. And those people on Twilight Zone that want To Serve Man, even they speak English.

But Hugo Chavez doesn’t.

I looked up what he said:

No le pedimos que sea un revolucionario, que sea un socialista, no, sólo que se coloque el hombre negro que está a punto de llegar a ser presidente de los Estados Unidos (…) ojalá se ubique a la altura del momento que vive el mundo.”

“El hombre negro.” The black man.

If I said that, I’d be in a world of hurt. But since Chavez said it, it’s okay. Since Chavez is one of The Anointed One’s friends.

Anyway, Obama … oops, I mean El Hombre Negro … is Hugo Chavez’ choice for President of the U.S.

Even the Klingons, Romulans, Cardassians, Borg, or any other evil race has the decency to stay out of it.

But, here in Bizarro World, it’s a positive for Obama … excuse me, I mean, El Hombre Negro … to have someone like Hugo Chavez as a supporter.

I miss my planet Earth.

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BO says FO

Today, Barack Obama congratulated John McCain on his hard-fought campaign.

Obama congratulates McCain

A picture is worth a thousand words.

Tell me again why this guy is leading in the polls? Is it that we’re living in Bizarro World?

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Obama cares for you … as long as you’re not related to him

Barack Obama called John McCain, Sarah Palin, and conservatives in general, “selfish” for opposing his plan to take your money and “spread the wealth around” by giving it to others.

Some Obama supporters, like Peggy Johnson, say Obama will take care of them:

Obama has had a lead with Hispanic voters for some time — though that gap is closing — because of how he’s perceived regarding the immigration issue.

So, how do those perceptions bear up to the facts?

They don’t.

Why would Obama take care of Peggy Johnson, when he won’t take care of his own aunt?

She’s been living — illegally — in a Boston slum for four years. And Obama isn’t trying to help her stay here.

But, remember, this is Bizzaro World we’re now living in.

What’s the big focus of the story about Obama’s Aunt Zeituni?

There’s an investigation to find out who told.

Gosh, I miss reality. This whole Bizzaro World is taking some getting used to.

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Obama in his own words: Jeremiah Wright

Barack Obama’s words about Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s former pastor:

Wright was Obama’s pastor for 20 years:

Suppose James David Manning had been Barack Obama’s pastor:

Hat tip: Pat Dollard

What would Obama be like? Would he be the same person?

If not, then what kind of person is he now, having spent 20 years with his mentor, Jeremiah Wright?

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