All but the most blind and gullible seekers of Chicago Oz are discovering that the Yellow Brick Road of Hope leads only to a meat grinder:


“I need you to answer this honestly…” Gee, it’s almost like she’s assuming he’s been lying.

If this woman is disgruntled, how do you think Peggy the Moocher feels by now?

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5 Responses to “Defending the Myth of Hope & Change is Freakin’ Exhausting!”

  1. Terry on September 20th, 2010 6:39 pm

    I think she believes he's been forced to lie. The question I have is how does she deal with the disconnect between what she wants (a tremendously honorable president) and what she has (a discombobulated administration). That's where her exhaustion lies. She isn't speaking of defending BHO to others, she's telling him how exhausting it is to defend him against what she thinks. Maybe she doesn't even realize that.

  2. Nanny on September 20th, 2010 8:07 pm

    That's what you get lady when you vote color of the skin instead of content of character. Shoulda done your homework!

  3. Clu Seatoe on September 20th, 2010 11:05 pm

    Let’s be honest if possible, this is not the yellow brick road, and he isn’t the wiz.

    This is the black brick road and this road was voted in solely for the color of his skin by white guilt. And this black brick has sunk to the bottom of the new Dem toilet logo to be flushed.

    obamao is reaping his legacy: down the crapper. Like he’s sending the country.

    Hey, Peggy, can you wave bye, bye to the Imam of the unprecedented national debt.

  4. OK_Loyalist on September 20th, 2010 11:54 pm

    Beautiful !!!

  5. sizemorew on September 21st, 2010 1:07 pm

    Actually, calling him the wizard would be fairly accurate since the actual Wizard of Oz was a fraud. The only difference between the two would be that one was a kindly man who really didn't mean any harm and the other's the current president.

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