Wednesday, July 1, 2009

The Cheshirecrat?

Myrna Sokoloff at Big Hollywood is trying to give Obama a nickname. What nickname could suffice for such a monster? Cokesucker? Broke Osama? Commode-in-Chief? Let us misrepresent the order of Myrna's thoughts as she blows the punchline instantly. Also the Nazi party approves of BIG LIES so:
President Obama should have a nickname from our side. Words mean something we are reminded all the time.
I am intrigued. Go on.
If you watch him at “town meetings” when he’s pressing his agenda and making statements that go unchallenged from the adoring crowds, he comes across as calm, reassuring and easy going while he’s attempting to dismantle American capitalism.
The Stealth Obama?
Americans by wide margins do not want to close Guantanamo, are against affirmative action, and against late term abortion. The majority want him to cancel the stimulus and hate the bailouts!
Mr. Funpopular? No, that's not quite right... What does the press think of this blood-soaked infidel?
If they were acting like real journalists they would ask tough questions and do investigative reporting on his proposals and statements. Instead, at so-called press conferences, they ask mushy questions that allow him to pontificate. No one challenges him like they did President Bush.
The E-Vader?
A brave journalist will have to stop acting like a star-struck teenager and ask the hard questions and the hard follow-up questions. Only then, like the fable, will everyone realize that the Emperor has no clothes!
The Empoorinator maybe?

Okay okay, we have a socialist coddler of terrorists and abortionists. WHAT, MYRA, CAN YOU OFFER US?
So I am going to name him “The Smile.”


Another Kiwi said...

SOOOOOOOOOO hurtful, has she got no mercy!!!!

J Neo Marvin said...

No one challenges him like they did President Bush.

I remember well how the White House press corps hounded poor George W. Bush incessantly. The poor man could hardly get a smirk in, they were so on top of his ass.

Another Kiwi said...

Especially Jeff Gannon

J Neo Marvin said...

Oh yes. He did not leave a mark, but he made an impression. (As his ad put it.)

Capcha sez "falings", and I can only concur.

Brendan said...

... as she blows the punchline instantly.

In Myrna's defense, if that were my punchline, I'd want to get it out of the way as fast as possible, too.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Shirley she meant "Obama Hitler Stalin Pol Pot Mao Barack Saddam Hussein"?

mikey said...

No, no. See, the way he's always in front of an adoring crowd and the way he's all POPULAR and shit, PLUS you know about his tendency to go out to restaurants when he should be destroying the American way of life, here's what I'm calling him...

I am going to name him "The Hot Dog"

Don't come unglouti

herr doktor bimler said...

like the fable, will everyone realize that the Emperor has no clothes!

Aesop... H.C. Andersen... ALL ONE GUY.

Another Kiwi said...

In a seamless narrative
What about This Mr C. Anderson?

Righteous Bubba said...

Captcha sez this "Free" person is unclear on the yancept.

Mendacious D said...

"The smile?" Why not drop the dog whistle and call him Watermelon Grin? That's pretty clearly the tone of the piece.

Captcha knows that derguels are coming after us!