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Chewed the pooch

Obama is now referring to Romney putting the dog on the roof as Meals on Wheels.

What’s the difference between a pit bull and a pig? Obama doesn’t eat pork.

Rin Tin Tacos.

Chicken Poodle Soup

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  1. PaulinMO says:

    In case people don’t believe our commander in cheat does like Hundeschinken, he says it right in his own testimonial:

  2. Sam Duncan says:

    Is this the moment when the wheels begin to fall off the Obamawagon? Politicians can survive opprobrium, but ridicule is another matter.

    Okay, I’m not saying that when people troop into the polls in November, they’ll be saying to themselves, “Well, I used to like him, but man, that dog thing…”, but the dam has been broken. It’s not just a few of us in the corner of the room pointing out that the Emperor has no clothes any more. This one’s big. And that can make a difference.

  3. RAB says:

    Every night before we go to bed, I show Madam Joy, our bonkers Spaniel, a big picture of Barry and say to her… Bad man! very bad man!! She is learning fast, being a very intelligent dog, she understands this almost instinctively. Then I let her play with two brown balls on a string. Boy what fun she has chomping down on them, tossing them around the room and tearing the covering off them.

    I do hope Barry visits Bristol if he gets re-elected :-)

  4. David Gillies says:

    To malignant narcissists like Obama ridicule is like Kryptonite. Obama has such a distorted view of himself (because (a) he’s a sociopath and (b) he is surrounded by sycophants) that he cannot process someone making fun of him. With luck things like this can be used to goad him inot unforced errors. He is absolutely terrible at extempore speaking. If the Romney campaign can get inside his OODA loop he’s in big, big trouble. Of course we shouldn’t underestimate the effect of the MSM who will happily prostitute themselves to spin the narrative in his direction. Alt-media like blogs, Twitter, Facebook etc. are important, but most voters are as thick as pigshit and very low grade information consumers.

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