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January 20, 2009

If a picture is worth a thousand words…

by mike

…then here is something that should dovetail nicely with Doug’s post below:

Obama_flag

Picture source: REUTERS/Jason Reed

h/t: Radley Balko, who also posted a video that was pulled just a few minutes ago. It featured a bunch of celebrities (so I know, it shouldn’t be taken seriously) but it included the line “I pledge to be a servant to our President.” Creeped the hell out of me.

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4 Comments

  1. Now does anyone really believe that if Oby Kanoby
    wanted any one of these boobs to do something they didn’t want to, that they would obey Oby like a servant? We pay Obama and he sorks for us – we don’t work for that loon. I’d refuse to shake his lying, racist hand.

    Comment by kent beuchert — January 20, 2009 @ 10:54 am
  2. [...] kent beuchert: Now does anyone really believe that if Oby Kanoby wanted any one of these boobs to do something they… [...]

    Pingback by The Liberty Papers »Blog Archive » The Very, Very Creepy Pledge to Our Lord and Savior Barack Obama — January 20, 2009 @ 11:18 am
  3. Perhaps now this child will not fear that the flag is his too, unlike this child in this link.
    http://hathor-sekhmet.blogspot.com/2007/07/independence-day.html

    Comment by VRB — January 20, 2009 @ 8:43 pm
  4. The message that flag sends is flat out wrong. No one is above this country and its Constitution. The child might not know any better, but you can bet whatever adult put that flag in his hands did, or at least should have.

    He’s just a man…and no man deserves to be put on a pedestal above the rest of us.

    Comment by mike — January 20, 2009 @ 9:11 pm

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