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    The Definition of Disappointment

    The Definition of Disappointment

    You know the mainstream media and left-wing blogosphere were hoping

    … that it was a Bible thrown by a Glenn Beck worshiping Tea Party activist who belongs to a militia, and dresses up as a Confederate Soldier on weekends in fields near his double-wide trailer which is heated by burning Korans, where his teenage wife home schools their uninsured barefoot kids about creationism and preaches abstinence-only sex education at the fundamentalist church on Sunday mornings after taking her turn screaming “baby killers” outside the only remaining abortion clinic in the state, who traveled to the rally in his V-8 pickup truck with a shotgun in the rear window, which he purchased at a gun show from a fellow sovereign citizen, and who refuses to pay income taxes because the Tenth Amendment says nothing about taxes, and who thinks Obama is a Muslim who was born in Kenya and brought to the U.S. by George Soros after undergoing extensive brainwashing in Manchuria, all of which he learned by reading wingnut blogs, listening to Rush Limbaugh, and watching FoxNews.

    Alas, it was only an “overexuberant” Obama supporter who wanted The One to bless the book.

    Better luck next time.

    (Image via The Daily Mail)

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    A sentence only William Faulkner could truly appreciate. Well, and me.

    The best sentence ever!!! Great summation of the liberal leftist mind!! 😀

    From Ann Compton’s post, sez she:

    "The US Secret Service found and interviewed the man who threw the book onstage. He was deemed to be an "overexhuberant" supporter who wanted the President to have a copy of a book he had written, according the Special Agent Edwin Donovan of the Secret Service in Washington."

    From the story's indications that he was in the "VIP supporter" area, I’d say it is likely the unidentified guy was an active campaign volunteer for one of the local congressional campaigns, who was rewarded for his efforts by being allowed to attend "up close."

    There will probably not be any public ID of the clown — unless someone else in the campaign anonymously "dimes" the guy to the press.

    It would be an embarrassment to the congressional candidate, because the press would then want to know who concluded that this person was a suitable candidate for being in the immediate presence of the POTUS. It would be a small distraction.

    Suffice it to say, however, this clown will henceforth NEVER be allowed anywhere near a rope line or VIP support area for a Presidential or Vice-Presidential appearance ever again.

    One and done!

    Suggested alternative header for the Ann Compton Post:

    Bookish Unidentified Larboard Leaning Supporter Heaves Intimate Tome
    Stupidly Trusts Obama Reads Yawners

    OMG is this a funny post! Your dry wit is so entertaining, Professor.

    My readers sometimes greet each other as a joke with a list of left-wing pejoratives thrown at conservatives. And, the list just keeps getting longer, with the "did I mention racist?" thrown in every eight or so pejoratives.

    The back cover of the book looks like the well known picture of the Loch Ness Monster.

    Well, it looks like…anyway.

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