I don’t think it’ll work because his mouth is still exposed, but I guess they had to try something:
By the way, Biden’s having lunch with Obama again. Uh-oh, Joe.
It’s a slow news day so far, so who’s up for watching Hillary grinding in South Africa? Me neither.
Note: Starting at the 35 second mark the action is possibly not safe for work… and definitely not safe for your gag reflex:
(h/t Weasel Zippers)
It was inevitable, and so I present it here for inclusion in our post failed recall effort schadenfreude pile-on:
The brilliantly funny MichellesMirror.com blog highlights the addition:
What’s are these “thingamajigs”? I don’t know, but apparently we need them, they’re part of our furnaces or something. and buying them will help the economy recover. President Obama introduced his “thingamajig” plan in a speech Friday:
Right-wing mockery ensued, but a Mediaite blogger with his sphincter slammed shut tighter than Joe Biden’s wallet on charitable donation day didn’t find the humor due to an inability to be able to tell the difference between mockery and outrage. Here’s his message for us conservatives who dared have fun with his sacred thingamajig:
You may have seen the latest cover of Time Magazine shamelessly promoting an article on “attachment parenting”:
I’m not sure but I think “attachement parenting” is a fancy way of saying “breast feeding until your kid’s old enough to vote or his mustache tickles your nipple, whichever comes first.”
Mega Independent Post Dispatch has greatly improved that cover — here’s a much more accurate portrayal of the real world:
Or if you prefer The Looking Spoon has a more generic “nanny state raising our kids” version here.
Update: Check out this version.
At the end of a short article at Mediaite by Andrew Kirell entitled “President Obama is not the same as Mitt Romney on gay marriage,” there’s this gem:
The distinction is clear: Obama is (perhaps ironically?) opposed to using the government to impose his views — however slippery they may be — onto everyone else.
And the crowd reacts:
Isn’t the Obamacare law at the Supreme Court right now mostly because of something called a mandate? Or how about the birth control mandate? Drilling moratoriums? Trying to force the market into “clean” energy by throwing taxpayer money into crony capitalism sinkholes? Job killing EPA regs? Executive Orders that skirt Congress? The list goes on.
Doesn’t use the government to impose his views… puh-leeeze!
(h/t American Glob)
My Sunday was lost in a sea of yard work, going to my daughter’s play at the local theater, and more yard work, but unfortunately the world didn’t stop just because of my lawn.
President Obama is in South Korea, and he took a trip to the DMZ to take a peek at North Korea. With that in mind, that leads us to a picture ripe for captioning:
My submission: “So that’s what the US will look like if I get a second term?”
(h/t Free Republic)
Sorry Joe, but something’s got to be done:
And the best part is that Obama is allowed to count the $10,000 tax credit as a campaign contribution. The new VP has already paid for himself.
The campaign trail this summer just got a lot more fuel efficient. Look for the new VP to be coming soon to your town to ask if it can bum an electrical outlet:
Some don’t see the humor in any of this.