May 14, 2009
His press correspondents dinner was much much funnier than Obama's was. He gets points for that. I guess there was just so much more to make fun of about him, and he knew it, which, granted, is a very bad quality for the most powerful person on the planet to have.
I miss the days of making fun of the president. It was enjoyable. And it gave a good place for everyone to direct their anger. Now who are we gonna be angry at? We're going to have to go back to road rage, and as a bicyclist, motorcyclist, and hypermiler, that's extra bad news for me. I realize now, too late, that I should have voted for McCain. In the interest of amusement. Sure, there is a slight chance we get universal health care within the next decade, but under Jr. we didn't need health care.
Because laughter is the best medicine.
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