2010-12-31 / Letters

Obama Caved In

Dear Editor,

There were no surprises to the way President Obama caved in on the Bush tax cuts for the two percent high earners.

I believe he gave the Republicans even more than what they asked for. Bush tax cuts were extended for two years while the unemployment benefits were extended for twelve months. Not bad considering the two percenter’s earned the most money last year than they ever did before. This all goes back to Papa Bush when he was president and Papa Bush still runs the show. I also believe that when Clinton was elected Papa Bush and Dick Cheney took him into the rubber room and gave him a good hosing down.

“Listen up you stupid son of a hitch; you might have been elected president but here is the way things work in Washington. Now go out and tell the people that you play the saxophone and your speech impediment was caused by you after you swallowed your mouthpiece.” Then along comes baby Bush, and Papa Bush had him appointed by the Judges he had put on the Supreme Court.

Do you really believe that baby Bush could get elected to anything on his own?

Remember the time when he was eating pretzels and he fell off the couch and scarred up his face. I guess you believed that story too.

Now comes the savior of all mankind, President Barack Obama. He was harder to convince. It took Cheney and Papa Bush almost two years to get him to understand the message. “Listen you fun duck. We don’t want to hear any more nonsense from you. Here is a basketball outfit. Get them on now and get out on the court and keep your mouth shut.

When the time is right you open your mouth and let the blood run out. You got an elbow in the mouth.

You get it?”

I think Clinton, baby Bush and Obama are lucky that Cheney’s heart is about to give out, otherwise they might have been killed.

JOHN BAXTER

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