I listened with amusement to the cardinals carrying the holy rhetoric for Lord Messiah Obama’s campaign, feigning outrage over the depiction of a cartoon of Obama in Muslim garb knocking fists with his wife Michelle in 60’s Black Panther radical garb with an American flag burning in the fireplace while a portrait of Osama Bin Laden graces the wall of the Oval Office.
The cartoon graced the cover of the decidedly liberal rag The New Yorker, and was an apparent attempt to paint what they assume middle America thinks of his lordship, Obama and thus insulate him from such criticisms. Of course as some political analysts have observed, they underestimated the self-absorption the messiah Obama has of himself.
The cartoon has now become another official issue that we the little people of this nation that needs “changing” may not utter or engage in among the rest of the things that Obama has forbidden us to discuss. Among them are:
We cannot talk about his big ears because that made him nervous.
We can’t mention his middle name.
We can’t talk about his mother.
We can’t talk about his father.
We can’t talk about his grandmother. Only he can in the context of a “typical white person.”
We can’t talk about his wife.
We can’t talk about his preacher or his anti-American terrorist friends of which he has had long relationships.
We can’t talk about his voting record.
We can’t talk about his religion.
We can’t talk about his appeasement of rogue regimes and terror-sponsoring states.
We can’t talk about color; we can’t talk about lack of color.
We can’t talk about race. We can’t talk about his schooling in Indonesia.
We can’t talk about his lack of experience.
We Can’t talk about his income or any sweetheart real estate deals he has received.
We can’t talk about his flag pin.
We can’t call him a liberal.
Now we can’t even draw political cartoons about him.
Hmmmmm….I can’t seem to recall, but wasn’t there a particular bunch of religious fanatics that went berserk and rioted in Europe and Denmark and burned down consulates and stuff around the world over cartoons they did not like?
Ah yes, those wacky Presbyterians.
In lord Obama’s coming kingdom, you may curse the nation from the pulpit, but to demean his holiness in any way, including political satire is sacrilege.