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A. Bernard Archer and Barack Obama

Posted on | April 18, 2012 | 21 Comments

Q. Name two people who have done bad things to dogs.

Last month, a woman in Newton County, Georgia, hired 19-year-old Bernard Archer to do work around her house, including take care of her dogs. It seems that Bernard’s idea of “taking care” of the dogs was kinda unusual: He raped them.

Oh, and they were pit bulls.

As for Barack Obama, we don’t know what breed of dogs he ate.

Were they cuddly cocker spaniels? Labrador retrievers? Poodles?

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  • andycanuck

    Is this a Bo meets grill story?

  • KingShamus


  • robertstacymccain

    But … raping a pit bull?

    While I’m not an expert on bestiality, this would seem to be a rather high-risk sort of crime.

    Maybe Bernard Archer had grown bored with raping mild-mannered pooches — golden retrievers? too easy — and was looking for a real challenge, something that offered the thrill of danger. If he hadn’t been caught, he probably would have escalated: rottweilers, dobermans, etc.

    FBI profilers will undoubtedly take notice.

  • andycanuck

    I wonder if Obama is confused by the term “animal husbandry” too?

  • Dai Alanye

    The Obama/dog cuisine is funny, of course, but let’s recall that Lewis and Clark (plus Sacajawea, et al) ate a great deal of puppy on their expedition.

  • Evi L. Bloggerlady


  • Evi L. Bloggerlady

    RSM, perhaps there were some doggie treats, kind words, gentle stroking…it might just work.  Hey, maybe that is what you should try with Tabitha Hale!

  • Evi L. Bloggerlady
  • Pathfinder’s wife

    Actually pit bulls are a breed with a history of low aggression towards people.  They have gotten a bad rap thanks to media slant (heh) and certain elements of our society (heh) that are not practicing much responsibility (hahaha! — does any of this sound familiar) for which the dog suffers, but overall the breed scores consistently well in behavioral tests.  Dog aggression is another story; people with pits run into trouble when dealing with other people’s dogs: pits won’t back down from a dog fight (sometimes the other dog may start it, but the pit will likely try and finish it).

    Just had to throw that out there — they are a very nice breed; used to be considered “America’s Dog” — Petey from Lil Rascals and all that.  Shame what’s happened to them.

  • richard mcenroe

    “Well, if I want the job of Father or My Country, I guess there are just some things I’ll have to do myself.”  B. Obama

  • Adobe_Walls

    You’re on a roll.

  • Adobe_Walls

    Well worth a shot, offering Tabitha Hale doggie treats, what could go wrong!

  • Pathfinder’s wife

    Much nicer than Tabitha Hale ;)

  • Pathfinder’s wife

    now there is something to hit him on!

  • ThePaganTemple

     And if that works, he could escalate to Amanda Marcotte.

  • ThePaganTemple

     You are very correct ma’am, pit bulls are actually a very friendly dog unless abused, or trained to fight. Word to the wise though, they should be watched carefully around young children, though this is true of most dogs.

  • JeffS

    This brings new meaning to the phrase “Don’t feed the dog at the table”.

    Meanwhile, here are some menu choices that President Obama ought to consider .  Entrees only, no side dishes.

  • Pathfinder’s wife

    I could flip it with all young kids should be watched carefully around all dogs (most dog bites happen due to young children not knowing “dog rules” and their size — they meet them at eye level and don’t know not to stare at a dog).
    But true enough — though pits are usually better than most around small children (lack of people aggression, lowered sensitivity to pain, in a well bred one low reactivity — they are far more safe and stable than most — they even come back better from abuse and fight training that a lot of dogs).  

    I have to defend “America’s Dog”…I find the media attack on pit bulls to be very representative of the media attack on traditional Americanism (which pits were often used to portray).

  • Pathfinder’s wife

    Meanwhile, I would prefer somebody did something along the line of “I don’t care if Obama ate a dog, but I do have a problem with him eating my paycheck and taking the economy for a ride on the top of the presidential limo”.  Now that would have been a winning   and witty comeback.

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