Friday, September 21, 2012

Nuke the Punchline: How You Confuse President Obama

Harvey over at IMAO has another straight line of the day up, and so it is time to pick the winners of the last one:

How do you confuse President Obama?

#5 Jimmy: ...When he bows, walk away.

#4 Mrs. C: ...Ask him to balance a checkbook.

#3 Iowa Jim: ...Ask him to name the capitals of all fifty-seven states.

#2 Mdricks: ...Put some cat meat in his “Poodle and Noodle”

And the best punchline goes to CTCompromise:

How do you confuse President Obama? Start reading his healthcare bill to him.

And, to highlight a great series of comments that weren't funny, but well said and deserving of their own reward (2 pts), Yosoff posted the following:

Tell him FDR opposed public unions.
Tell him JFK supported tax cuts.
Tell him the Republican Party started as an abolitionist movement and the Democrat Party opposed the Civil Rights Act.
Read the beginning of the First Amendment to him; “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…
Tell him that if there are more successful people the government will get more in tax revenues.
Ask him; “If the government can regulate what it subsidizes, should it really subsidize birth control and abortion?”
Ask him; “If the right to bear arms and voting are both Constitutionally protected rights, then why do we need an ID to buy a gun?”
Ask him; “Is it appropriate for a Nobel Peace Prize winner to have a death list?”
Ask him; “If banning marijuana has been a huge failure, what makes you think banning guns would work?”
Tell him that NAZI stands for ‘National Socialist Workers Party’
Ask him if 7 states seceded while he was President.
Ask him; “Is it greedier to want to keep your own money or to want somebody else’s money?
Now here's a line for you guys to play with:

President Obama just got his very own...


  1. ...propeller beanie, so Joe Biden doesn't have to share anymore.

  2. copy of the constitution, and he can't wait to find out how it ends.

  3. . . . game of Clue

    . . . map of the US, but he complains it's faulty, missing 7 states.

    . . . video collection of Al Franken as Stuart Smalley in Daily Affirmations.

  4. ..absentee ballot. He may or may not be golfing that day.

  5. ...iPod, preloaded with his speeches. -He was jealous of the Queen.

  6. ...puppy mill. Now he's wondering where the ground puppies come out.