Mitt Romney unleashes the Obama burn he has been waiting 2 years to smack him with

At a rally in Iowa last Sunday for Senate candidate Joni Ernst, Mitt Romney made a funny about Barrack Hussein Obama. He claims he waited two years to tell it, although I suspect, timing is everything with the 2016 political hunting season about to kick into high gear. Although, there is nothing personally funny about the Destroyer-in-Chief, this was a pretty good joke and gave me a happy.

From Rare:

While at the podium, Romney commented that he had a joke about President Barack Obama that he could finally say, years after the conclusion of the 2012 election.

The premise of the joke involves President Obama going to the bank to cash a check. After realizing he doesn’t have his ID, the bank-teller asks him if there is a way that he can prove who he says he is.

“She said the other day Phil Mickelson came in, he didn’t have his ID but he set up a little cup on the ground, took a golf ball, putted it right into that cup so they knew it was Phil Mickelson. They cashed his check.”

“And then Andre Agassi came in. And Andre Agassi didn’t have his ID either. He put a little target on the wall, took a tennis ball and racquet– hit it onto that target time. We knew that was Andre Agassi so we cashed his check,” Romney joked.

“And she said to him, “Is there anything you can do to prove who you are?” And [Obama] said, “I don’t have a clue.”

“And she said, “Well, Mr. President, do you want your money in small bills or large bills.”

Baddabing bing badda boom! One caveat… although Obama appears clueless on every front, I don’t believe he is at all. He is cold and calculating and knows exactly what he is doing and what is going on – and revels in it. So, I guess the real joke is on America and it will knock em’ dead. I just hope that isn’t a literal prediction.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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