Obama = Socialist Joker Latest Craze (Collection)

Remember this?

Obama Socialist Joker has been catching on:

And on:

And on:

And on:

It’s neverending:

By definition, that means that more keep coming:

Thuis one was stuck on a KFC restaurant:

It seems it all started out (big) in LA:

And Obamajoker is doing a ‘magic trick’ on us:

And a bumper sticker:

Plus a few more bumper stickers here.

But apparently, this is tantamount to racism. Whereas, bashing Bush in the same way is of course just exercising one’s right to free speech.

(Now where have I heard that one before?)

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13 Responses to “Obama = Socialist Joker Latest Craze (Collection)”

  1. dhydar Says:

    Hot off the presses –> http://hydarblog.wordpress.com/2009/08/04/improved-obama-poster/

  2. wits0 Says:

    Why hasn’t anyone come out with a gadget that switches channel every time Monkee appears on TV? Betcha it will sell!

  3. Scott Thong Says:

    Sadly, the TV will probably burn out when from the sheer constant frequency changes.

  4. marlyn Says:

    What an UGLY person

  5. wits0 Says:

    Obama’s Seven Deadly Sins


    In the early days of Barack Obama’s presidency, his approval rating soared to dizzying heights as many Americans thought we had entered a new era of hope, change, unity, bipartisanship and uplifting speeches. Then, Obama moved on to actual governance and suddenly, for the first time in his political career, he had to primarily rely on his unproven leadership skills instead of his soaring oratory. That hasn’t worked out so well for him because he has engaged in seven deadly political sins:

    Partisanship: After 16 years of ugly political battles during the Clinton and Bush presidencies, Americans were ready for a president who’d actually be able to get Republicans and Democrats to work together. Like McCain, who, love him or hate him, is a true bipartisan reformer, Obama constantly talked about unity during the campaign. However, once Obama was elected, the idea of cooperating with the other side went right out the window. Republicans were locked out of having any significant input on legislation as Obama decided to rely completely on his own party to get his agenda passed.

    Typical of that attitude is this statement from Obama: “But I don’t want the folks who created the mess to do a lot of talking. I want them to get out of the way so we can clean up the mess. I don’t mind cleaning up after them, but don’t do a lot of talking.” — Barack Obama

    There’s nothing new about ham-fisted partisanship in American politics, but if you practice it after running a campaign where you repeat the word “unity” so often that you sound like a parrot with a one word vocabulary, don’t expect people to be happy with you.

    Racialism: Many Americans believed Barack Obama’s election would lead the country into a post-racial world. After all, Obama’s rhetoric during the campaign was very different from previous “black leaders” like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson. Besides, if a black man could become president, how racist could the country really be?

    However, that wonderful dream has turned into a nightmare since Obama was elected. His supporters are frivolously crying “racism” about everything from Obama Joker posters to ObamaCare. Obama’s attorney general, Eric Holder, referred to America as “a nation of cowards” on matters of race. Even the man himself waded into controversy by suggesting race might be involved in the arrest of Henry Louis Gates despite admitting that he didn’t know “all the facts.” The last thing most Americans thought they were doing when they voted for Obama was increasing how often the word “racist” was going to be errantly tossed around.

    Lying: Bill Clinton was a shameless liar, but he was smooth about it. There’s a reason so many people refer to the man as “Slick Willie.” Obama, on the other hand, is so confident that the media will stick by him that he will blatantly contradict his earlier statements and just expect the press to simply cover for him. While that’s exactly what happens most of the time, all it seems to be doing over the long run is destroying the credibility of Obama and the mainstream press at the same time. That’s because eventually, when Obama’s lies come to light, they’re so flagrant that they’re almost impossible to ignore or explain away.

    Radicalism: In America, distrust of government is as American as apple pie and as sensible as locking your door at night. So, when the government runs up unsustainable deficits, takes over GM and Chrysler, and attempts to swallow our entire health care system, people naturally get frightened and angry. That has a lot to do with the outrage that we’re seeing at these town hall meetings and it’s definitely hurting Obama’s popularity.

    Liberalism: Most Americans thought Obama had much more in common ideologically with Bill Clinton than Jimmy Carter. However, instead of a president steering the ship of state a bit to the left-of-center, Americans got a president who seems determined to take the country as far to the left as he can, as fast as he can, preferably without any debate about the subject. Contrary to liberal opinion, this is a center-right country. Most Americans don’t share the ideological views of Ted Kennedy and they don’t want to see the United States turned into Venezuela or the Soviet Union, circa 1975. That bodes ill for a man who has already proven to be the most liberal president we’ve ever had in the White House.

    Greed: In all fairness to Barack Obama, given that the left has what may be once in a lifetime margins in the House and Senate, it makes a certain kind of sense to try to ram as much of their agenda through as possible while the right doesn’t have the numbers to try and stop them.

    However, when you try to sledgehammer through an enormous number of radical, extremely liberal bills in a center right country that dislikes radicalism and rapid change, you’re going to pay a steep price in popularity. It’s like the old saying goes, “Pigs get fed, hogs get slaughtered.” Barack Obama is being a hog about his agenda and he’s started to get slaughtered at the polls as a result.

    Arrogance: Whether it’s Obama smugly saying “I won” to a Republican who had concerns about handing out a “tax credit for people who don’t pay income taxes” or his administration’s willingness to openly admit that they were exploiting the economic crisis to get Obama’s agenda through–“Never let a serious crisis go to waste”–Obama’s presidency has been marked by a stunning pomposity. As Kathryn Jean Lopez noted: “For Barack Obama, democracy appears to be a distraction. He really does seem to view himself as a Caesar.” The American people want a president who views himself as their servant, not a king who wants to lecture the peasants about what he views as “teachable moments.”

  6. Jonathan Says:

    You have defaced Obama, that is fine, perfectly fine, no problem. Please don’t deface the American Flag on his lapel pin . Whether Obama is facist or socialist, the flag belongs to the America and Americans.

  7. Scott Thong Says:

    That is a very good point, Jonathan. After all, we don’t want to stumble down the path that the Libs have been taking.

  8. Mad Bluebird Says:

    Goldang he sure is a ugly ol cuss

  9. Chris Says:

    Obama is not a socialist! He’s not a Nazi or a communist either he is a capitalist (I don’t like Communists, Nazis or capitalists so I should know).

    The American Democratic Socialist Party does not endorse or support Obama or his reform or lack there of.

    I really think people need to be educated before they start protesting. This is capitalism rearing it’s ugly head to make money from the ignorant blind McDonald eating Wal-Mart shopping morbidly obese TV watching SUV driving blind following buffoons.

    I am a democratic socialist and not amused by what Obama would like to do nor is my party. Our presidential candidate went on FOX News (because the people above I mentioned are the ones that watch it) and explained democratic socialism but obviously people think socialism is a bad word so it is fun to label that which you do not understand as bad, but it is not your fault you have been brainwashed to believe and follow blindly.

    Before you all get your panties in a twist I suggest you find out what socialism is, educate yourself and be free, give up following blindly and paying corporations to tell you what to think.

    If you are a member of a union you are a member of a socialist organization, if you are not a member of a union and hate unions it means that the capitalists have brainwashed you and told you that this is your place in life so accept it or we will find someone else to do your job.


    Workers of the world unite! If nothing else Wake Up!

  10. Scott Thong Says:

    Perhaps the Socialist Party USA don’t, but the Democratic Socialists of America definitely did.

    Communist Party USA backed him and still strongly supports him.

    Personally, I think a little socialism is helpful to societies. The question is of course, how much is the optimal amount.

  11. Chris Says:

    Yes that is correct DSA supports some of Obama’s ideas we do not. Single payer health care means you still pay thus the capitalist corporate insurance companies profit from your suffering and have the right to deny you proper treatment based on paying their share holders, but it’s cheaper.

    As Obama keeps pointing out to the wackadoos screaming at the top of their lungs and calling him a socialist “someone still has to pay”, for those saying “they are going to kill my grandmother” well, they already are you’re not paying attention why do you think the elderly have to make the decision to eat or buy medicine?

    Most people have been taught that socialism is bad and in a respect it is, the people who taught you these ideas are correct, it is bad for them because they are big business, corporations and religious organizations, what do all 3 have in common they want your money and they want to give you as little as possible or nothing in return.

    Socialism is not affiliated with religion in any way whatsoever, as Benjamin Franklin said “Lighthouses are more useful than churches”, we very much agree not that we would ever deny anyone their right to practice any religion they choose however church is business thus unless it is spending the profit to serve the needs of humanity ie, health care, food and shelter, scientific factual education they are not exempt. The reason people are so religious is because this life sucks so bad for them they dream about an after life full of riches and joy thus they get sucked into the blind following.

    Socialism offers equality to all people regardless of nationality, social status, religion, color, religion, etc. Socialist workers profit not business. In socialism there is little to no war, higher wages, better schools, no inflation. Is it possible? Yes absolutely!

    When I was younger my parents told me war was good for the economy, and that may have been true because the people were unionized and made good wages to produce the weapons of war however now the corporations have taken over and profit from war which is why we always have troops deployed all over the world including 50,000 in Germany since the end of WWII??? To what end?

    The corporations also own and run all of the prisons and the courts are set up to serve them and give them “raw material” and free labor. The USA has more prisoners than any other country in the world, why, because the prisoners are forced to work for the corporation for 25 cents per hour (a new kind of slavery). We do not rehabilitate criminals nor do we give them a fresh start once they serve their sentence, we keep them in the system by giving them a public record so they can not become gainfully employment and have to turn back to crime to survive. I saw a case where a man was a shoplifter, he never stoled anything but food, but because of the 3 strike law he is serving a life sentence for stealing 6 cookies! Madness. I’m not a politician and I can see the problem and the cause.

    I haven’t lived in the USA for more than 18 years now, I still vote and work toward change but I need to be free and live in a nonviolent society where I never have to worry about health care or anything else for that matter.

  12. Scott Thong Says:

    I have to disagree on some points, Chris.

    Firstly, I think free market capitalism is a better way than single-payer to force insurance prices down. Right now, two things imposed by the government are forcing insurance premiums up – laws barring people from buying insurance across state lines (therefore creating state-wide monopolies); and insurance policies being forced to include coverage for things like sex-change operations which are potentially very expensive, no matter who the customers are or how likely they are to ever have such an operation, thus passing on the costs to every customer instead of making just the high-risk ones pay more.

    Use other products/services as an example – when you have dozens of different cellphone service providers or discount marts competing with each other no-holds-barred, they each are forced to lower prices and improve quality in order to attract paying customers. Compare with the kind of service you get from the DMV, where there is no competitor for customers to run to when the service is lousy. Or my local national airline MAS, which most of us couldn’t afford to fly on until AirAsia’s affordable budget flights came along and forced MAS to lower their prices and start up their own budget carrier Firefly. On the whole, you strike me as very anti-corporation, when corporations are responsible for most of the affordable comforts and advances we enjoy today, from PCs to affordable proteins.

    Secondly, healthcare in the USA is still one of the best in the world – otherwise why do so many Canadians, including the the premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, come to America for treatment instead of enjoying Canada’s fully socialized healthcare? Over here, anyone would rather go to a private clinic/hospital than the government-run ones if they can afford it, especially for giving birth. Socialized healthcare in many cases downright sucks! I stopped updating this list years ago, because more and more just cases kept coming in nonstop.

    Thirdly, I don’t think socialism is bad – in theory. Those who have plenty share with those who have little, that is a very common religious teaching. In fact, the early Christians could be considered communists as they sold their land to share out the earnings, and conservatives willingly give more to charity than liberals despite having lower overall incomes.

    In practise however, human greed, selfishness, laziness and corruptness quickly transform socialism into a system where unproductive parasites (i.e. people like these) continually drain resources from demotivated hard-workers. Put it simply – if I were to offer 100 bucks to either A) Clean my drain, or B) Do nothing – which would most people choose?

    Yes, some people in businesses and corporations just want our money for pittance in return – but what makes you think people who work in governments are any different? Humans can be b*stards anywhere they go, that is a fundamental teaching of sin and mankind’s fallen nature. Some of the worst high-living, caviar-eating, power-hungry, money-stealing jerks the world has ever known were socialist leaders who got people to slave away for The Party instead of McCorporations. A socialist utopia is possible, but very very improbable except for ants and bees (andn even then, research has shown some very selfish behaviours to preserve their own genetic lines).

    Fourthly, it is ironic that you compare religion to a fantasist escape from the harsh realities of this world. That’s what I always say about liberalism and socialism! JudeoChristianity and by extension Conservatism accepts that people are naturally prone to selfishness, laziness, evil etc. That is why we feel that liberal and socialist solutions will not work – because such solutions assume most people will be selfless, noble, honest and fair, almost saints. As the saying goes, a Conservative is a Liberal who has just been mugged (either by reality, or by an actual criminal) and wakes up to what humans are really like. Christians have their after-life-heaven, Socialists have their someday-utopia-on-earth. Both have similar amounts of hard empirical evidence of their ultimate aspirations 🙂

    Fifthly, the reason the US has troops all over the world is because of… Socialism. Or rather, belligerent socialist states like the former USSR. If Stalin had sent his 80,000+ tanks rolling across from the prison-nation of East Germany into West Germany, do you think the West Germans, French and British could stop him? The West Europeans joined NATO as an insurance policy that they would only adopt socialism of their own free will – not forced to at the wrong end of a gun barrel. Personally, I am thankful for US military intervention to confront invasive socialism such as in Vietnam – otherwise I would not be blogging now, but probably half starved in an under-fertilized rice paddy while China Chinese tourists snap photos of me with the capitalist mass-produced cameras.

    Sixthly, I am not so well versed on the penitentiary system – however, you are mistaken if you think prisons are making money. With all the ‘human rights’ prisoners are entitled to like gyms, education, TV, vocational training, good food etc., they would collapse without taxpayer funding. Here’s one example. (And don’t get me started on Vacation Club Gitmo.) Remember too that prisons are not just to rehabilitate criminals, but also to keep them off the streets – which brings me to my support for the death penalty as a more economical and kinder-to-non-hardcore-prisoners alternative.

    So where do you live now, Chris? It must be better than the US if you’re glad to be out. But for Third Worlders like me, it’s still the most desired, most looked up to, most applied-to-for-Green-Card nation on earth.

  13. niniko box Says:

    Great. Thanks.

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