Lord Crimson

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Obama: Words Just Words

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Have you noticed that every golden nugget that drops from Obama’s  lips is really fool’s gold?  No pork in the Porkulus Bill – give me a break.

The one thing about Obama is that no matter what he says, believe the opposite and you are golden. The Obamanation doesn’t deal in truth only telling people what they want to hear so he can get on with advancing his socialist agenda.

The good news is with his consistency as a liar at least we know where the truth is hiding.


Written by Lord Crimson

February 25, 2009 at 9:43 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. Hi LC,

    I hate to admit it because the Brown Shirts our Leader For Life is starting to train will probably use the information to throw me in a political education camp before long, but I have developed a (another) mental problem, which I call Obama Exclusion Syndrome. I try to listen to his speeches, but all I hear is, “Blah, blah. Blah blah blah. Blah!” Maybe He should consider having subtitles?

    the Grit

    the Grit

    February 26, 2009 at 7:21 pm

  2. Hi Grit

    You are not alone. You gotta wonder how so many words can be spoken but nothing is ever said. No meaning, no substance, only rhetoric.

    When someone speaks in riddles like Obama, you can bet that there is treachery afoot.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    March 2, 2009 at 3:32 pm

  3. Hi LC,

    Nah. I do it all the time. Heck, if I wasn’t burdened with a sense of ethics and morality, not to mention being abnormally lazy, I might be the mean-nothing spokes person for some odd political dogma in the White House now. Really, I’m good at it. Once, for instance, back in college I had a room full of people convinced that nuclear reactors were started by a specially trained technician carrying a bucket full of neutrons up a ladder to the top of the device and pouring it in. I’ve talked beggars who asked me for money on the street into giving me a few dollars for lunch, despite the fact that they were wearing rags while I had a three piece suit on. I have invited Jehovah’s Witnesses into my home to discuss religion, and sent them running while pleading to God for protection. Unfortunately, such things make me feel, well, dirty and keep me from sleeping well at night, so the dictator’s life is not for me 🙂

    the Grit

    the Grit

    March 2, 2009 at 7:39 pm

  4. Hi Grit

    I doubt you are in the neighborhood of treacherous, but it does sound like you have the makings of a good scoundrel.

    We get Jehovah’s Witnesses here also, and although I admire their tenacity none seem to understand the meaning of futility.

    Alright, I gotta know… how do you get a beggar to give you money dressed in a suit and did you keep it?

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    March 3, 2009 at 11:05 pm

  5. Hi LC,

    As to scoundrel, it’s in my blood, going back generations. My grand father, for instance, made moonshine during the Depression, and gave it away to buy votes for his chosen (the one that paid him best) political party. I won’t mention anything more recent; statute of limitations and all that.

    On the Jehovah’s Witness front, offer to buy 7 of their magazines, then mention that they’ll be perfect to burn on the alter tonight. Works like a charm.

    As to the beggar, I, with a sincere look on my face, mentioned that I would normally buy him a meal, having had hard times in the past myself, but since I had just been fired I didn’t have the money to spare. Once I had his attention, I went on to mention that some of my once fellow employees had invited me to a fair well lunch, which was going to be a huge embarrassment as I didn’t have any way to pay for my meal and would probably be living on the street myself within the week. After two or three minutes of mutual agreement on just what ass holes management types are, we were best friends and I had an extra $5 in my pocket. Of course I kept it, but I did leave it as a higher than normal tip for the waitress.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    March 4, 2009 at 7:28 pm

  6. Hi Grit

    Excellent story! Now you’ve presented me the task of weighing the truth of your story against your bloodline as a scoundrel.

    After much thought I can only conclude that it can go either way. 🙂

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    March 5, 2009 at 1:14 pm

  7. Hi LC,

    Don’t be surprised if I call you as a character witness someday 🙂

    the Grit

    the Grit

    March 5, 2009 at 7:21 pm

  8. Hi Grit

    Don’t know if that will do you any good since my character is about as tainted as yours. The price of living life.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    March 5, 2009 at 9:46 pm

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