Repeat offenders

    The Republican party and its chief weasel Karl Rove are at it again, resurrecting the past.
   Appropriate, since they’re hell bent on bringing America back to the good old days. Whenever they were.
  One of the oldies Rove and his Super PAC rats have resurrected was the Obama is a celebrity political ad.
  And it backfired with at least one of Rove’s own ilk: The Buffoon Tycoon Donald Trump said the ad was ridiculous. He even thought when he first saw the ad that it was from the Democratic National Committee.
  And we all know it’s not easy to fool a fool.
  The GOP and its PAC of rabid hyenas jumped on the celebrity revival theme after President Obama appeared last week with Jimmy Fallon slow jammin’ the news.
  Outrage, flatulated America’s Bully, Rush Limbaugh, and his lap dogs at Fox News.
  Obama commits Fallon-y. We decide, you believe the report.
  The Obama as celebrity stigma didn’t work in 2008. In fact, the GOP VP nominee Princess Photo-Op Palin ended up being a bigger celebrity than then-Sen. Obama.
  Trick here is to make Obama look like he’s too cool to be president. But as one pundit put it on the cable TV news machine, cool means you connect with people. And not just young people. Us older folk liked the slow jammin’ segment of the show, too.
  
It ain’t easy being cool, but the prez makes it look natural. The only way one can get Mitt Romney and the word cool in the same sentence is if you said something like, “Hey, Ann, we just made another cool million outsourcing that company in Indiana to Guam.”
  Rover and his other hounds from hell want voters to believe Obama goofs off, you know, like minorities do once they’re given important jobs.
  So, Obama doesn’t take his job seriously defending the U.S. of A (he ordered the hit on bin Laden and took the SOB out, toot sweet!) or if hard-working Americans are out of work (he saved GM and hundreds of thousands of jobs.)
  But expect the president to have a few major setbacks before this election is all said and done. The Supreme Court started early hoping to influence the outcome of this election for the GOP. Thanks to the high on something other than life court, Citizens United makes it okey-dokey to contribute an unlimited amount of moola to a candidate, and he or his party don’t have to disclose where it’s came from.
   Like Saudi Arabia, for instance.
  There was no way the five justices on the take from Big Pharma and major corporations (that are people, too) and even Rupert Murdoch were going to want to have to go through another recount in Florida.
  And get ready for some more high court high-jinx when later this summer the justices rule Obamacare unconstitutional and uphold the racial profiling of Arizona’s immigration law.
  Ahh, but you may be asking yourself, people still have to vote, regardless of all this money being spent to buy the presidency.
  It should be easy. Voting is a right, right?
  You are wrong voter-suppression breath. States with GOP controlled governerships and Legislatures are making damn well sure that voting groups that historically support the Democratic Party are going to find it extremely difficult even to exercise a God-given, God-fearing country right.
  The scary part is this isn’t all being done behind closed doors. No reason to be covert about Operation: Take Back White America. It’s all being done in plain sight. In fact, in our faces. And it’s perfectly legal. Imagine what is in store should these patriots get control of the White House, the House and Senate.
  This is all being done courtesy of real wolves in sheep’s clothing who call themselves Defenders of the Constitution.
  More like Offenders of the Constitution.
  Stay tuned in, America.
 

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