Saturday, March 20, 2010

Joke of the day: Jimmy Carter Billboard " They can't call me the worst president anymore!"

I never thought there could be any U.S. president that could give Jimmy Carter a run for his money for the title of worst president ever, but Obama is coming perilously close. In my opinion, so far, he's about equal, although some out there seem to think he's surpassed Carter, given the most recent billboard that popped up in Grand Junction, Colorado. Then we had the G.W. Bush "Miss Me Yet" billboard, and another one with Ronald Reagan "Remember Real Hope And Change?". There are a slew of unhappy people out there, and yet Obama and his cronies remain clueless. I remember a ton of anti-Bush jokes, cartoons and hate-articles, but I don't ever recall anyone paying for a billboard to lambaste him, at least not in this country.


Renegade Eye said...

Why the opposition to Obama? Muslim? Not a citizen? Black?

I oppose him myself, from the left.


Incognito said...

Who me? You know me better than that Ren.

I don't believe he's a Muslim, though I do believe his sympathies obviously lie with the Muslims more than the Jews. I am not one of those buying into his not being a citizen. Frankly, that's a non-issue. As for him being black. I have not one racist bone in my body. Never had, never will. I was raised abroad and learned to view everyone as a brother or sister. That hasn't always been reciprocated.

My opposition has to do with the fact that I find the man incredibly arrogant and totally clueless as far as foreign policy goes, which for me is one of the most important issues.

I also am not fond of liars, and I believe he is one.

Other than that, I'm sure he's a fine man, though he would have been better off being a rock star or actor, since he seems more interested in celebrity.

As for the reasons others don't like the man, can't speak for them.

Nice to see you!

Right Ideas said...

The great thing about the billboards is that they are correct!

Incognito said...

Right Ideas,

Unfortunately true! I actually love the Carter one the best. Also very true.

Anonymous said...

Lets look back at the presidential race between Obama and John McCain.

Obama and running mate = 5 college degrees (actually applicable to his job)

John McCain and running mate = 1 college degree in Journalism

Considering the choices we had we have the right man in office.

Incognito said...

Wow, this is an old post to be commenting on, but..
though it might not have been a college, per se, he did graduate from the Naval Academy.

I'm not fond of Palin, but Palin and McCain together had far more experience than Obama.

Formal education has nothing to do with capability. I know of many people (self taught, highschool dropouts) who are far more knowledgeable than I and who excelled in life. A degree is merely a piece of paper. I graduated with a B.A. Cum Laude. Matters not a whit.