Sunday, August 7, 2011

Gee, what a coincidence

So I see that President Obama is doing a bus tour towards Iowa as the Ames Straw Poll approaches.

Hmmm, bus tour . . . that sounds so familiar. Where have I run across that before? Oh yeah:

sarah palin bus tour

Of course, Sarah was paying her own expenses during her tour through the beauty and grandeur of our country. The cost of the President's bus tour will be footed by . . . you, the taxpayer. 'Cause even though it looks/walks/talks like a campaign exercise, it is being promoted as nothing more than Presidential business. So we, the taxpayers, are paying for the man to campaign for his re-election while he once again raises millions on his own through various fund-raising sources.

I also see that a movie is coming out featuring our president. It supposedly will focus on the killing of bin Laden, but since the script writers and director have been given exclusive access to the White House and all the inner workings of the operation where the President had to take his beauty nap before deciding to take the world's greatest terrorist out, I suspect the movie will focus on the man who wears the mantle of leadership heavy upon his shoulders.

Hmmm, a movie about a political leader and the drama and struggle they face in a crisis . . . that sounds familiar, too. Where have I heard that before? Oh yeah:

sarah palin the undefeated

Of course the movie about Sarah Palin was created and funded by the director who simply admired the woman and her accomplishments and abhored the relentless attacks on her by the left wing media and political thugs.

The movie celebrating the man who will stop the waters from rising and cool the planet is being funded by the same Hollywood elite who funnel millions into the President's campaign coffers. And by what I am sure is mere happenstance, the movie is slated to premiere just three weeks before the election!

Man, talk about fortuitous timing! President Obama's single positive accomplishment in what will by then be nearly four years in office, and it is being celebrated right before the election. Is that some lucky timing or what?! Almost as if it had been planned that way.

I'm sure it wasn't planned. 'Cause that would be the sort of thing that whole Citizens United case was about. And one thing we know about Democrats is that they're not hypocrites at all. They'd never avail themselves of a legal decision they were so fiercely opposed to and wanted so desperately to reverse.

I'm just wondering if there's a reality show in the works. I mean that's a lot of coincidences mounting up here. And with all the hatred and denigration heaped on Sarah Palin by the left, they sure seem to be cribbing from her pr playbook.

If she's so dumb, what does that make those who copy her?

You know it's bad when a shrieking liberal like Maureen Dowd is saying the same thing I am:
"The moviemakers are getting top-level access to the most classified mission in history from an administration that has tried to throw more people in jail for leaking classified information than the Bush administration.

It was clear that the White House had outsourced the job of manning up the president’s image to Hollywood when [Mark]Boal got welcomed to the upper echelons of the White House and the Pentagon and showed up recently — to the surprise of some military officers — at a C.I.A. ceremony celebrating the hero Seals."

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