_TeleprompT Me, Baby_

    Hat tip to absentee’s blog of the same name which when combined with that bloody Swiffer commercial that has been overplaying Human League’s _Don’t You Want Me_, swished around in my brain and out came the following parody: (Parody of Human League, _Don’t You Want Me_) You were working as a Senator on Capitol Hill When I met you I picked you out, I shook | Read More »

    Teleprompt Me, Baby

    CLICK TO VIEW FULL Obama and his teleprompter are big news lately. As Vodka Pundit noted in his weekly summary, the right-o-sphere saw the meteoric rise of a new star, Barack Obama’s Teleprompter’s blog last week. Also last week, an hilarious twitpic by Right Scoop (see photo upper right) made the rounds, even garnering an approving mention by Maja Rushie himself. The Tonight Show special | Read More »

    Obama Insults the Dignity of Special-Needs Americans

    [h/t RottDawg, Jeff Emanuel, and ABG] Presidential Ass-Hattery of the Day: To Leno, and clearly adrift from binky his TelePrompTer, about his bowling ineptitude : “It’s like Special Olympics.” Ah, no, Barry. Actually, it’s nothing like Special Olympics. This…… ….is like Special Olympics. They offer dignity to people who legitimately need help. They defend the weak. You defend the lazy, the dishonest, the professionally offended, | Read More »

    I’m Special: I Got a Letter from the White House

    Alas, it was not signed by president Obama, instead, it is signed by his Director of Correspondence, who I assume is building name recognition for a future run for office.  The card could only have been in response to the form I filled out on the WH web site (I’ve done this about 6 times), as the WH public fax number is always busy (on | Read More »

    Mr. Teleprompter Resign: Who is the Buffoon?

    So you have you own blog. Drudge picked it up and now you are a real superstar. Without Drudge you would have remained nothing but glass. I dunno… is all this news about you worthy? Ok yeah sure, I called for your resignation, but I did it for one reason. And your blog did not bother to address that reason. Oh yes, you’re a liberal-progressive | Read More »

    Hail to the TOTUS!

    I came across this on YouTube tonight and I couldn’t resist.  Enjoy!

    Call For Obama’s Teleprompter to Resign

    Seriously.. who is the President anyway? The person holding the title obviously can’t speak on his own, that means someone is feeding the teleprompter and that means that person is actually President. Who is that person? I don’t remember there being a vote for Teleprompter in Chief. Then yesterday, as proof that the man holding the title is nothing but a talking head, it takes | Read More »

    Tale of the Tape: Uh-bama vs. Gibbs

    Tale of the Tape Obama Gibbs   Race Black White   Hair Graying Brown   Eyes   Unknown: Always looking up with nose in air, putting on aires. (Our Dear Leader won’t deign to look at you, especially if you’re one of those bitter Pennsylvanians who cling to their guns or religion.   Blue: Makes eye contact. (Seems to be a decent fellow, ala Tito-the-Builder | Read More »

    Obama Loves His Teleprompter

    According to Politico (which has somehow found time to detach itself from Obama’s bodily parts and publish this): President Barack Obama doesn’t go anywhere without his TelePrompter. The textbook-sized panes of glass holding the president’s prepared remarks follow him wherever he speaks. Resting on top of a tall, narrow pole, they flank his podium during speeches in the White House’s stately parlors. They stood next | Read More »

    President Obama to be helped with answers at future press conferences.

    At least, if you believe the American Spectator, which admirably deadpans this hysterically funny revelation: “It looked scripted beyond the scripted part, the speech,” says one former communications adviser, who has been feeding notes and suggestions to the White House team and worked with them on the inauguration. “Every president has gone into one of these things knowing that there were some pre-arranged questions or | Read More »


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