A 1-In-100 Blogger: Obama's Picture is Worth Ten Thousand Words

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Obama's Picture is Worth Ten Thousand Words

Napoleon Bonaparte once said, "A picture is worth a thousand words." If this is true, Obama's picture is worth ten thousand words. This is a perfectly timed photograph of the president and his team, laughing hysterically together as they surround the giggling White House press secretary, Robert Gibbs.

This official White House photograph can be found here. It was taken on November 14, 2009, and has not been modified in any way.

From the picture, one can so easily imagine Team Obama had just finished plotting America's takeover. It strikes a similar pose to Andy Thomas's Big Dawgs Playin' Poker, painted to inspire false hope during Obama's 2008 presidential campaign. In the Big Dawgs Playin' Poker painting, it includes two leftist radicals who once controlled the White House before Obama: Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Unfortunately for America, Barack Obama's socialist success trumps both of these president's. President Obama has successfully moved America further left and beyond the radical dreams of both Roosevelt and Wilson.

Clockwise from far left: presidents Carter, Kennedy, Clinton, Wilson, Johnson, Truman, Jackson, Franklin Roosevelt. Missing from painting: Barack Obama, standing tall to the right of Kennedy, laughing hysterically while he watches his predecessors play political games with the American people.

To think, all it took to fundamentally change the United States was a strategy inspired by deceit. After all, Obama's predecessors always failed to bring socialism to America. Due to these failures, Democrats launched a different kind of campaign for Barack Obama. Democrats first executed a methodical, flawless plan to illuminate Barack Obama as America's Superhero. The Mainstream media followed in lockstep formation behind the Democrats, censoring the truth about Obama's direct associations with the people and organizations which caused the financial collapse.

Obama campaigned on Conservative principles, misguidedly tricking millions of American's into voting for him based on bold lies of lowering taxes, and spurring economic growth and employment. We all know how that turned out. Laughing hysterically, Obama knows by the time the people realize he is a false hero, it will be too late to take back our liberty stolen from us by the federal government. The nation's heritage of freedom, as they say, is history.

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