Monday, July 16, 2012

The World Is...

K-Lo:
You can take a look at [Romney's] successful business decisions, his "turnaround" of the scandal-crippled Olympics, or his time in Massachusetts. Or you can talk to a cab driver from Nigeria, one who's been a U.S. citizen for 16 years, having come here after living in Germany. He's always voted Republican, but he's had misgivings about Romney and this whole "repeal Obamacare" business. "You're just going to tear it down and walk away?" he'd wondered. On his cab radio, he heard about the "repeal" but nothing else. He was a bit perplexed, given that Romney seems to know a thing or two about health care, and has more experience with it than the average pol -- something that, oddly, tends to be brought up by his detractors more than his advocates.

All of the seniors-will-lose-out scare tactics from the Left had been getting to him, the cabbie told me while we sat in D.C. traffic. And then Romney spoke to the NAACP. "For the first time since coming here, I heard what I've been waiting to hear from a presidential candidate," he said.

5 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Damn, this clearly is a Friedman sock-puppet.

"I hate n*ggers" is something that a real cabbie would have been hearing from the GOP for a lot longer than 16 years.
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M. Bouffant said...

That superimposition is a beaut, even if the subjects are not.

Incidentally, your average Nigerian in these United Snakes doesn't feel s/he has much in common w/ the Domestic American Negro. And may well be a Jesus freak who left Nigeria to escape Muslims, w/ all attendant baggage.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

wait, that photo of K-Lo has been DOCTORED?

bbkf said...

gah! after last week's self-imposed k-lofest?...ack! i can't look!

Dan Coyle said...

OH MY GOD IT ALL MAKES SENSE NOW