Four Words: Fuzzy Logic all around
The Wons’ grueling campaign schedule continued…
Three fund raising events for Big Guy, plus the Air Force Academy commencement speech, yesterday.
And one for Lady M in Cleveland where she greeted the little people who worked diligently last time around to make sure that everyone had a chance to vote, at least once.
Does she remind you of anyone?
She reminded BO’s supporters why it was so important for them to help ensure her husband’s reelection: because Big Guy stands for social justice, fairness for all in everything from education to income. Oh, and gay marriage. While the R-word candidate wants racial profiling, poor kids to get a bad education, women to have to pay for their own contraceptives and gays to be deported along with the illegal aliens. Oh, and did I mention tax cuts only for the rich?
"We're doing this not because we want to win an election -- and we do," the first lady said. "We're doing this because we want our children ... to go to good schools, right?"
"our troops no longer have to lie about who they are to serve the country they love because Barack ended Don't Ask, Don't Tell."
So you’ve got that, right? More money for education, and no more having to lie about who you are:
“Be fair, don’t bogart that doobie, dude”
Because Big Guy is starting to look a tad tired and worn out with all his hard work lately, the NYT did their part to give him a little boost by running a nice warm and fuzzy story to shift your gaze back to where it belongs:
As a candidate and as president, Mr. Obama has avoided discussing race except in rare instances when he seemed to have little choice — responding to the racially incendiary words of his former pastor, for example, or to the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager in Florida.
And then they ran this iconic photo of the adorable little boy, rubbing Big Guy’s head to see if it felt like his own nappy (can I say that?) hair, or, maybe, just for “good luck”:
It did,feel just like his. Butt what Jacob’s older brother Isaac (both proud sons of a Marine) wanted to know from Big Guy was why he had eliminated the F-22 fighter jet, that Isaac had planned to fly some day. “Because it was too expensive” was Big Guy’s answer. So don’t tell me we aren’t fiscally responsible around here!
Anyway, that photo always reminds me of of one of my favorite poems:
Had no hair
Wasn't fuzzy, was he?
So, I think we’ve established that Big Guy’s hair is fuzzy, and so is his logic, butt not fuzzy like Fuzzy Slippers’ Fuzzy Logic, fuzzy in a liberal way. It’s all the rage in some circles.
Big Guy’s Administration: Proud purveyor of fuzzy logic since 2008
Here’s a few of Big Guy’s remarks from yesterday morning at the San Jose fundraiser:
Why is he still peddling the same bad ideas I wonder?
“Most good business people I know, if something doesn’t work, they do something different.”
Like for example, if your first trillion dollar stimulus doesn’t do anything to stimulate the economy, they’d probably try something different…like another stimulus package? Only bigger? See the difference?