Obama Should Switch Parties

And make it official.

That’s my eight word essay.

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    • Edger on December 15, 2010 at 5:13 am

  1. …the real democrats to write an Independence Declaration Statement, split from this hog-tied dead and deader demoplutotocracy, and begin the revolution to return to Principle.  

    I’m talking about those who “must be totally frustrated real ones”, who want to get as far away from what the dem party has become as we do.

    I’m talking about Russ Feingold, Dennis Kucinich, Sherrod Brown, Al Franken, Al Grayson, Barbara Lee, Maxine Walters, and (what the hell) Charlie Rangel, Cynthia McKinney, and especially (though a socialist, not a dem) Bernie Sanders, Patrick Leahy, Tom Harkin, and so many, many more.  

    I no longer care what party Obama signs his name to.  It’s all a dishonest political charade.  

    Let’s form a third party out of the already well known progressives who have the ability to form a huge coalition and change this society and world.

  2. …. which Senator should he ask for advice from first, Ben Nelson, Lindsey Graham or Joe Lieberman ?

  3. “best” Republican president.  Obama? Meh.

    • Wom Bat on December 15, 2010 at 4:33 pm

    Even at orange, he’s getting spit on now.  

  4. “Republican? Give me a break! Those idiots think I’m a socialist!”

    “Harharharhar!!!”

    “Republicans are almost as dumb as Obamabots!”

    “Harharharhar!!!”

    “Hope and Change? Hang and Choke!”

    “Harharharhar!!!”

    “But seriously, folks…”

    “Did Republicans ever have the balls to cut Social Security, before my Catfood Commission?”

    “Did Bush have the balls to bomb Iran?”

    “Call me Mr. War-President, you idiots, and get ready for six more years!”

    “Harharharhar!!!”

  5. All of these comments about Obama would be funny.

  6. however, sadly, even though campaign donations from his former rank and file supporters should slow to a faint trickle, Big Money will probably donate enough money to make him to be the standard bearer for the Democratic Party.

    We’ve already witnessed the power of money in campaigns, which this fall was only a sneak preview for what will occur in 2012.  Look for some Republicans to vote for him in the primaries (where only a very small percentage of the voters participate), enough to guarantee that he is the Dem nominee. The 2 percenters will be pulling out all the stops to ensure that the Presidential race will be Obama against whoever the annointed Republican might be.

    Then, no matter who gets elected, Big Money wins and we lose.

    Barring some unforeseen miracle, it is difficult to imagine what could possibly stop the momentum of the “haves and have mores” crowd.

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