Joe Biden: “Hey, Let’s Put Osama On Obama 2012 Bumper Stickers”
He’s the gift that keeps giving
(Washington Times) The quest marches on for a bumper sticker for the 2012 Obama campaign, and Vice President Joseph Biden Jr. believes the slogan should highlight the death of Osama bin Laden.
At a fundraiser in Manchester, N.H., Thursday night, Mr. Biden offered this suggestion for the campaign’s 2012 bumper sticker: “Osama bin Laden is dead, and General Motors is alive.”
Hooray, Obama authorized the mission that killed Osama! Hooray, Obama saved GM, putting a good chunk in the hands of the unions, without truly fixing the problems inherent in what caused the crash in the first place. The latter would be popular with his liberal base, the former, well, lots of them were upset that Osama wasn’t captured and brought to the US for a civilian trial, and, really, a good chunk believe that 9/11 was a false flag operation.
I find it interesting that Team Obama isn’t proposing the use of his Stimulus and/or health care plans for a bumper sticker slogan. It’s almost like they don’t want to talk about them. It’s also interesting that they spend more time worrying about slogans and Obama’s re-election, rather than fixing the problems inherent in the economy. Perhaps they could put “We Love $5 Gas!” on his bumper sticker.
Anyhow, what are your ideas for his slogan? I’m up for “The Shining Disaster On the Hill.”