Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Obama – I’m Not Your Dog, Bark, Bark – 3:32 P.M. Monday September 6th 2010
Meanwhile, his boss was in Wisconsin addressing a bunch of union zombies who would have clapped at anything. Unfortunately, after all of the preparation on his speech he decided to momentarily veer away from it. This was a big mistake, for the increasingly angry President. Not only did he depart from his speech but he told the crowd that he was doing so, not a good idea. He went on to explain how his critics were now talking about him like a dog, which most in America found offensive. After all most dogs are loved by their owners and are treated like part of the family and in most cases, better. Nevertheless he was pouting and the world was watching. He forgot that the world was always watching as everything he was now touching was recklessly turning to crap.
The editor of the New York Times called him on his way back from Wisconsin and told him of an opinion article penned by his former O.M.B. head Peter Orszag. Orszag insisted in the article that the Bush tax cuts be extended for another two years. That sure as hell wasn’t going to happen, he thought, as he told him to run the article but to mention that he would be clarifying his position on the matter on Wednesday of this week.
Assassins’ assassins’ everywhere, he thought has AF-1 touched down at Edwards. Who would be next to stick another knife into him? Well that question would be answered soon enough as Steve Rattner’s publicist prepared his sound bites for the release of his tell-all book on the automaker takeover that occurred last year. Mr. Rattner would not be kind to his former boss as he explained how much disdain the President had for the auto executives. If Hugo Chavez came to the readers mind while reading the book they’d be right as the 584th day of the Obama Presidency looked around for a Milk-bone doggie biscuit.
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