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Mystery Solved–BHO Went To The Rodeo To See The Bull And Fetch Fresh Policy

Posted on | August 13, 2013 | 44 Comments

by Sissypuss the Blog Kitty

The seemingly bizarre story about the President of the United States going

to the Missouri State Fair — surely crawling with patriots, and people who “built that”, and thus the about last place that #OccupyResoluteDesk might seek to buy votes — has a clear explanation:

Obama was running low, and needed to visit the bull for some fresh policy ideas to fling at Congress next month.

[Left] Our good President stands poised, ready to return to the fount of his wisdom for a hot batch.

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) and Rep. William Lacy Clay (D-Mo.) were among the politicians who condemned the rodeo clown who wore a mask of President Obama and asked the crowd if they wanted to see the president “run down by a bull.”

“Four legs good, two legs bad“, especially when your task is to slink about the farm or rodeo in search of the story.

It turned out that Obama has “run down by a bull” on a very regular basis these last five years, and bovine males have presented Barack their finest ideas by the shovel-full.

Or had the aroma of ObamaCare escaped you? Don’t worry, you’ll all soon be covered by it.

The incident took place at the Missouri State Fair over the weekend. Clay issued a statement saying the act showed “an ugly face of intolerance.”

While this blog rarely finds part, parcel, or pasture for agreement with the likes of Clay, one must admit that Obama’s commitment to dairy air these last five years has come at the expense of both mountain and sea breezes.

One bemoans the lack of diversity of thought on display, has to allow that the Martha’s Vinyard diversion with the .00001 % while making this heartland pilgrimage was as slick as a fresh cow pie.

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Comments

  • RS

    Every president has been run down by a bull at a rodeo in the last 30 years. Why it’s a problem now is not clear to me. OK, I lied. It is clear to me.

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    The raaaaacism, it burns… So does the hypocrisy.

  • richard mcenroe

    I have already written to the Right Craven Guvnuh Buzz and explained to him why I will be having nothing to do with his lickspittle censorious state in future. Sorry, but if I want Massachusetts I’ll go to Massachusetts.

  • scarymatt

    I guess what Smitty is saying is that rarely (never?) has racist bullshit been so literal?

  • Quartermaster

    You are clearly raaaaacist.

  • Rosalie

    After seeing those photos of Bush, the other side has one hell of a nerve.

  • M. Thompson

    After eight years of Mr. Bush getting being the butt of vile, scatological, and damn stupid jokes gives the Democratic Party and it’s fellow travelers no right to complain.

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  • http://boogieforward.us/ K-Bob

    Because of this, and the totally testicle-free zone that comprises the Missouri governor, apologetic state officials and fair officials, Glen Beck’s show spent an hour mocking barack today.

    It was pretty lame stuff. They should have invited Ace and Iowahawk. Then they could get down to some serious mockery.

    Oh, yeah, while I’m at it

  • http://alanye.com/ Dai Alanye

    Clay issued a statement saying the act showed “an ugly face of intolerance.”

    I’m not ashamed to proclaim my intolerance of bulls, are you?

    And bull-slingers, of course.

  • Blair

    Masks are nothing. Can you imagine the outrage if some artists made a ten foot tall paper mache puppet of the puppet king?

    Rodeo Clown Rehab Centre has a ring to it.

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