Quote of the Day: Barack Obama IS . . . The Equalizer

 President Obama's got your back. Allegedly. (courtesy facebook.com)

“We need to keep saying to anyone out there who has ever been assaulted, you are not alone. You will never be alone. We have your back. I’ve got your back.” —President Obama before signing a Presidential Memorandum on preventing sexual assault [via facebook.com]


  1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

    oh, another nice piece of pretty paper to waive in front of a stalker in lieu of that restraining order . . .

    1. avatar Jeff the Griz says:

      Gather enough of these papers you can stack them thick, like a phone book, and beat the predator over the head

    2. avatar IdahoPete says:

      HEY!!! This is not JUST “another nice piece of pretty paper”! This is a nice piece of pretty PRESIDENTIAL paper! Guaranteed to protect a woman from violence. You betcha.

      “If you like your safety from violence, you can keep your safety. Because I’ve got your back. PERIOD!” – /s/ The One.

    3. avatar Cliff H says:

      Get a copy printed on Kevlar and make it into a chastity belt. Mail the key to the White House.

    4. avatar Mediocrates says:

      They can wave it with the restraining order. The net results will be the same.

  2. avatar Jay W. says:

    . . . . . . except of course if it comes to defending yourself with a firearm, then you should just call 911 and do your best to defend yourself with some heavy or sharp object, your fingernails, etc., until the Po-Po arrive even though they are not Constitutionally obligated to show up to help you. I also recommend a praying as another “common sense” tactic.

    1. avatar KingSarc48265 says:

      Dont forget to urinate/deficate all over yourself!

      1. avatar Gene says:

        I should buy stock in Metamucil and Ruger.

    2. avatar Dickie J says:

      Just remember to kiss your pets goodbye before calling 911.

    3. avatar TommyNV says:

      I thought we were supposed to wildly and blindly fire a shotgun through a closed door for protection?

      1. avatar Jus Bill says:

        No, off your balcony. Somewhat like shooting flares from the deck of the Titanic.

        1. avatar Gyufygy says:

          Dragon’s Breath rounds!

    4. avatar Whatever says:

      Actually they advise urinating and defecating one’s self to dissuade your attacker

      1. avatar Jeff says:

        yeah, when a rapist attacks you, do stuff that will probably just make them angrier.

      2. avatar H.R. says:

        That’s because “they” are idiots.

      3. avatar TStew says:

        Dear Whatever, we’re aware of that. This crowd would generally advise that shooting your attacker is a more effective method of self defense than to simply sh!t your pants.

    5. avatar Cliff H says:

      If you get on the phone to 911 DO NOT respond “Yes” to the question, “Does your rapist have a gun?”

      A lot of bad things can happen while SWAT gets their bullet-resistant conga line in place.

  3. avatar TexanHawk says:

    Yeah… this here paper signed by BHO will protect me more than the 1911 he don’t want me owning. So stop right there you dirty little sexual deviant.

    1. avatar peirsonb says:

      Now, now….in order to have my back he has to go everywhere with me. If he goes everywhere with me so does his security detail. That could lead me to consider disarming, but until those two things happen I’m with you. I KNOW John Browning has my back….

      1. avatar Cliff H says:

        peirson, you SEEM like a nice guy, but I think you are much more likely to be screwed by the Obama regime than you are to be raped. Just sayin’.

      2. avatar Retro says:

        This act of pure idiocy is further evidence that BHO thinks he’s the one true God.
        BHO is with all of us all of the time? Maybe the NSA and the new $100 bills are protecting us…
        How can anyone believe this statist drivel?

  4. avatar Tominator says:

    Remember that some of the people that voted him in believe that all sex is rape.

    If this guy ‘Has your back,’ be afraid! Be VERY afraid!

    1. avatar DDay says:

      Don’t worry, he told his personal pick for ambassador to Libya he had his back and he was with him. Then when Chris Stevens and 3 others were murdered, Obama said he would track down those responsible.

      Anything obama says is just words. Meaningless and empty words.

      1. avatar Scott says:

        Stealing this

      2. avatar NYC2AZ says:

        “Anything obama says is just words. Meaningless and empty words.”

        If you like your restraining order, you can keep your restraining order. We’ll even have it buried with you after you get beat to death. Just don’t use a gun… for your safety.

  5. avatar boardsnbikes says:

    Nothing more than theatre.

  6. avatar Excedrine says:

    He only ever had his own back, and the backs of his cronies and campaign donors. This man wouldn’t know how to prevent rust if he was a metallurgist. Just more worthless pieces of parchment that do not, cannot, and will never deter or prevent any criminal anywhere from doing anything illegal at any time, to anyone, under any circumstance. Fuck him.

  7. avatar Pascal says:

    If you love your children, wife, girl friend, mother, lady friend, or significant other — buy them a nice Smith & Wesson revolver and show them how to shoot and protect themselves. Would you rather them take their chances with a well crafted American weapon or a well crafted piece of paper? You cannot always be with them, but that Smiith & Wesson is and can always be ready to do the job. As we have seen over the past year (and as the two children in Windham, CT recently found out) the government is never there when you really need them.

    If you read the document that was signed, once again, it is for services after the crime. While still important, it does not prevent any crime it is just there to help mop up the after math. IMHO, I rather prevent the problem so I don’t have to deal with the aftermath but that is just me.

    1. avatar TexanHawk says:

      ^^^^ This ^^^^

      1. avatar lolinski says:

        I don’t know, I ain’t a wheelgun guy. But I digress, as long as it makes a hole reliably in an attackers chest I am for it.

        1. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

          Not a revolver guy either, I don’t have an issue with revolvers, I just don’t think they’re the new shooter guns everyone touts them to be…

          I’ve taught several first time women shooters to shoot with a full size 9mm. Then I had everyone of them shoot a .38 revolver, none of them liked it, said it was too unwieldy.

          I would feel more comfortable putting a full size M&P9 in a new shooters hands, giving them 17 round of rock & roll.

          But, to each his own.

        2. avatar Swarf says:

          I own revolvers and semis, and they’re both cool in my book, but the reasons I got my wife a Ruger LCR are twofold: ease of operation– no slide to rack, no hammer to think about whether or not to pull back– and the fact that it is truly a “belly gun”. If someone questionable comes to the door, she can put it in her sweater pocket and if it got bad, fire it from there and still have a functioning gun for the next shot.

          Now if I could only get her to keep it in her pocket when she’s out in the garden and I’m at work…

        3. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

          Swarf, did she pick the LCR, or did you pick it for her?

          Maybe she’s not keen on carrying it because she didn’t get a choice in picking it… People want to feel like they have a choice in their life style, remember carrying a gun is a life style change, not just a choice in life, like what’s for supper…

          With first time shooters, or people not as into shooting, I put down everything from a full size pistol to pocket gun/J frame and let them decide which one they want, I don’t just pick something for them and say “here you go”- I’m not bashing on you brother, just throwing some questions and ideas out there.

        4. avatar SteveInCO says:

          I agree. It must be *her* choice and I hope it was. (But the way you phrased it, you made it sound like it really wasn’t.)

          As a semi-aside I shot a revolver for the first time in years last night. (Ruger SP-101 a friend owns.) Yeesh! I was all over the paper with it, at five freaking yards! I did not find the default grip that comes with a revolver to be human hand shaped in the slightest (much less mine) though many nowadays have grips that leave no gap behind the trigger guard. I can’t for the life of me see how people managed with that grip in the 1800s. Oh and the sight absolutely sucked too (disappeared completely against the black target) but she and I both know that’s readily fixable and she plans to do so.

        5. avatar Eric L says:

          I can go either way, shoot em with the deagle or my s&w 500. Either way, I guess I’m still mopping up after the fact

        6. avatar Swarf says:

          Okay, I can see where you guys are coming from, and I can see how my comment led you there, but no, I didn’t force that gun on her. in fact, other than the Marlin 1894c, it’s her favorite gun to shoot.

          No, what I mean is that it’s hard to get her to shot at all. It’s just not her thing.

        7. avatar SteveInCO says:

          @Swarf. Glad to hear it. About the gun choice that is. It’s unfortunate that she doesn’t like to shoot.

        8. avatar lolinski says:

          To SteveInCO:

          The black sights are competition sights. You adjust them to shoot high, you are aiming correctly if the sights are under the black circle of the target.

        9. avatar SteveInCO says:

          @lolinski re: black sights. Aaaaah, that makes some degree of sense then. I guess that works so long as your targets have a constant angular diameter.

          The reason for this particular gun’s presence is hitting bad guys though (and practice for such hopefully-never eventuality) so she really needs to swap it out.

    2. avatar middleagedmama says:

      I’m agreeing with everything you said, just can’t pass up my pet peeve, which is your statement, “If you love your children, wife, girl friend, mother, lady friend, or significant other — buy them a nice Smith & Wesson revolver”. Gentlemen, women can shoot semi-autos. It’s not hard to learn. I’d be rich if I had a nickel for every woman that has come into the gun shop where I work and said, “I can’t shoot this lightweight 38 revolver a guy sold me at another shop because the recoil hurts. What else is there I can shoot?” Again, I agree with everything just can’t pass up the opportunity to drill in the fact that men often don’t suggest semi-autos to women. We can rack them, we can change mags, we can shoot them. It’s not too tough for us and we can learn quickly. (ok, am I sounding a little cranky, perhaps?)

      1. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

        Those uber complicated semi automatic pistols require too much effort for women’s delicate and weak little bodies.

        Only men with our great strength and vastly superior intellect can manage the difficult manual of arms that are required to operate semi automatics.

        I mean seriously, “tap, rack AND bang”, women are incapable of such an advanced concept, it’s a wonder they can even breath without us, men…

        And, if you’re read this and have yet to realize that I’m being sarcastic, poke yourself in the eye.

        1. avatar Ing says:

          Ouch, dammit that hurt! See if I ever follow your advice again…

      2. avatar Cliff H says:

        Yes, but…

        Anyone who can make a tight fist can pick up a revolver and make it go bang, first time, every time, and most likely hit a target at bad breath range as well. That much training can be picked up in about five minutes and would be perfect for someone who is not into guns or shooting or listening to long hours of instructors droning on about tactics and strategy and “pie-ing the corners, etc.

        A semi is ideal for anyone who is willing to take the time to learn and practice, since from a mechanical standpoint they are a more complicated piece of equipment and can malfunction in a pinch if they are limp-wristed or fired in a confined space.

        I think for the average women who is not “into” guns, but wants some level of personal protection, a small revolver is the correct solution. It’s not like for this purpose she has to go to the range and fire 50 rounds of full .357 magnum or .38 +P every week. In the heat of the moment, adrenaline pumping, I suspect the recoil from a full power load will not be of much concern, to her. To the rapist, maybe so.

        We need to stop considering that every single person with a gun should be ready, willing, or able to spend time and money getting training and visiting the range regularly. This fantasy is exceptionally unrealistic and ostracizes too many people who only want minimal personal protection.

        1. avatar lolinski says:

          You are really overstressing the complexity of a semi. Just rack the slide back (women have arms too) disengage the safety (if you are worried about the safety get one without an external safety), this is something that can be taught in half an hour. The revolver has only 5-6 shots (and an uncomfortable grip to many) while the semi usually has 15 shots and is much more comfortable to hold and use (ever tried to load a revolver with your right hand?).

          Not hating on wheelguns, just saying that for a new shooter the revolver is more complex in technique and ergonomics.

        2. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

          Load semi auto- put the mag thing into the gun thing and pull the slide thing.

          Unload semi auto- release the mag thing and pull the slide thing, check hole for shiny metal things.

          Malfunction semi auto – tap mag the thing, rack the slide thing, and squeeze the bang thing.

          Pretty easy stuff, if you ask me.

  8. avatar pyratemime says:

    I believe he is the equalizer on this issue. He wants everyone to have an equal opportunity to be assaulted. He has your back because he is willing to hold your hands back there to keep the attacker safer.

    1. avatar Martin B says:

      Because the attacker could be his son…

  9. avatar Gov. William J. Le Petomane says:

    That’s funny, I believe those are the exact words he said to Amdassador Stevens.

    1. avatar The Original Brad says:

      ^^^ Today’s winner.

      1. avatar John says:


    2. avatar Jim says:

      You beat me to that comment.

  10. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    That’ll learn ’em, nothing like a piece of paper sign by the president to stop an assault.

    1. avatar pyratemime says:

      I am reminded of the Charlie Brown special where Lucy gives him a signed document about kicking the football. When she pulls it away as normal sh3 observes it is not noterized and thus meaningless. Anyone know if this EO is noterized?

  11. avatar Jim R says:

    That’s true. His goal is to make everyone equal. Equally poor, equally destitute, equally helpless and equally subservient.

  12. avatar Marcus Aurelius says:

    Having someone’s back after the fact doesn’t do anyone much good.

  13. avatar uncommon_sense says:

    I FEEL so much better now knowing that Obummer has my back, er … our wive’s and daughter’s backs.

    Wait … how exactly are some words on a piece of paper going to stop a violent depraved douche bag from attacking our wives and daughters? How are some words on a piece of paper going to help our wives and daughters during a violent attack?

  14. avatar Randy Drescher says:

    We know what “having your back” means to barack, just ask George Z how the prez was there for him. Even though this wasn’t sexual assault it shows the caliber of the clown. It’s just 2014 political theater, Randy

  15. avatar Soccerchainsaw says:

    He’s got my back like the guy in the prison shower. No thanks.

  16. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    He has “your back” alright, now just bend over a little further…

  17. avatar racer88 says:

    So, does this make sexual assault / rape more “illegaler” now? Make sure all the bad guys get the memo!

    1. avatar BillF says:

      It’s waaaay more illegaler. This scrap of paper has teeth!.

  18. avatar ST says:

    Think about the context.

    Remember the Lautenberg Act, aka “Piss Off Your Spouse and Lose Your Guns Law”?

    One of the most effective ways the state can disarm someone is to attach loss of firearms to a poorly defined crime.And Domestic Violence is a crime of VERY poor definition.

    OK, so a physical assault of a woman tends to be an umistakable sign.But for every truly violent case of assault, there’s probably four of vengeful exs who know a strategically filed , totally false restraining order can get the man kicked out of the family home or even arrested. Thus leaving the ex with default custody of the real property and the firearms.

    What does that have to do with Obama? Simple.

    A single man with a few guns at home winks at a cute girl.The girl goes out with the guy, they do the Discovery Channel, and she gets offended when said BF doesn’t want to marry her.So she calls the cops claiming sexual assault.

    The single guy goes to jail, loses his reputation-and his guns.

    The confiscation line is just one tool of many available to the freedom haters in D.C.

    1. avatar ThomasR says:

      Another reason that marriage and men committing to raising a family is becoming a rarity.

  19. avatar Morgan Y. says:

    He’s got your back unless you defend yourself from assault. Then he’ll call you a criminal, ruin credibility and way of life for you, then call the culprit a victim and a son he never had.

  20. avatar BillF says:

    Bad guys beware, there’s no place to hide. Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superprez! By day he’s a mild-mannered, desk bound, ineffective leader with plummeting approval ratings. But by night!

  21. avatar the ruester says:

    Theatre. Like the ledbetter act this is just an attempt to keep the “war on women” meme alive. God forbid anyone voted against it, they will be formally charged with spiritual rape by the end of the week.

  22. avatar Ben says:

    So they’re doing group mugshots now, huh? Didn’t think it was possible to fit so much suck in one picture.

  23. avatar Accur81 says:

    I’m at a loss for the last time that this president has done anything whatsoever to “have my back.” I look at this scumbag and I think deficit, Obamacare lies, gun control lies, empty speeches, “transparency” in government, middle class tax cuts MIA, and cover ups. I literally can’t remember the last time that I respected one if his decisions, actions, or speeches. This empty measure elicits more of the same. I weep for the fact that large portions of America still believe that “signing papers on a little desk” photo op will actually provide any protection whatsoever.

    1. avatar BillF says:

      +1 Can’t think of any redeeming acts or policies.

  24. avatar B K says:

    The equalizer??
    BHO neither created us OR made us equal. I believe those accomplishments go to God and Samuel Colt.

    1. avatar rosignol says:

      I always figured he was The Divider.

      Heaven help us when the Multiplier, Subtractor, and Numerator finally show up.

      1. avatar Ing says:

        The Denominator! That’s who I’m waiting for. If only he’d been there at that fateful Democratic national convention in 2004…or 2008…

  25. avatar cogline says:

    I would feel a lot safer if Robert McCall had my back.

  26. avatar DisThunder says:

    Oh for hell’s sake. Nobody is actually listening to this guy anymore, are they? Even the millenials dumped him after last year.

    Just…..go play golf or something, Barack. At least Bush had the decency to spend most of his second term in Crawford.

    1. avatar Jim R says:

      There are millions of people still listening to him. They live in NYC, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washginton, DC, Chicago and Detroit.

      1. avatar Jeff the Griz says:

        Well, not all of Detroit.

  27. avatar Swarf says:

    I don’t have the visceral hate that many of the posters here have for Obama– while still no friend of gun rights, he’s got a better record than Romney, and I don’t agree that a D after someone’s name makes them horrible. Also don’t care that he’s blah– but I have to say that any time someone tells me they got my back, I tend to watch my ass.

    1. avatar Jus Bill says:

      Last time I looked Romney wasn’t the President of the United States.

      1. avatar Cliff H says:

        Yep, dodged a bullet on that one…then took a 2 x 4 to the back of the skull.

        Sometimes no matter which way you dodge you’re going to get knocked out.

    2. avatar scoutino says:

      Many of the posters specifically called the reasons for their feelings towards our current President. Like Accur81. Who would like a liar in WH?
      No one mentioned the (D) behind his name. But we know on which party’s agenda is people’s disarmament.

  28. avatar That guy in Wy says:

    So in other words, assault someone and you’ll get audited by the IRS. That sounds like a good deterrent, because we all know there is nothing scarier than a gaggle of accountants with their high-capacity assault ledgers equipped with a detachable pencil sharpener/death-ray and a shoulder thingy that goes up. /end sarc/

    1. avatar LC Judas says:

      Even they’ve got AR -15s at this point. Though those aren’t mentioned in this toilet paper he’s signed. Nothing of note is. Rape and sexual assault is simply unlegislatable. That’s not a word because it’s not supposed to be true but…it is.

      The gun is the peacemaker. Not the pen. The people are the peace keepers. Between the two of them common law and actual decency play huge roles in the world being a livable place. Not statutes written as though they change the nature of bad men not consequences for good men.

      1. avatar That guy in Wy says:

        +1000. True words.

      2. avatar Cliff H says:

        I’m pretty sure the comment “The pen is mightier than the sword!” was written BEFORE the invention of the modern multi-shot pistol.

        1. avatar MarcusAurelius says:

          The pen is only mightier than the sword because it can summon thousands of swords.

        2. avatar scoutino says:

          Only very large and sharp pen!

  29. avatar Mmmtacos says:

    Why didn’t they think of this earlier? I’m gonna go tell my girlfriend she has nothing to fear because Emperor BHO has finally brought us CHANGE and signed a law to prevent sexual assault from ever happening. Now we have a TASK FORCE against sexual assault, since it has worked so spectacularly with TASK FORCES against drugs (that have since made a deal with Mexican drug cartels to let them bring in drugs to the US) and the TASK FORCE against gun running (that did quite the opposite of it’s own job).

    Well at last there is a TASK FORCE against sexual assault! For the first time in US history! And since gun running and drug distribution requires infrastructure and lots of money changing hands (such difficult things for a TASK FORCE to keep track of, after all) there’s no question this TASK FORCE will be able to prevent these spontaneous crimes of passion.

    At least we can confidently say Obama knows how to combat this sort of thing:


  30. avatar RockThisTown says:

    “If you like us feds having your back, you can keep us having your back . . . “

    We all know how his other promise like that turned out.

  31. avatar Jus Bill says:

    A leader says “Follow me!” Barry says “I have your back. I’m right behind you…”

  32. avatar Jeff says:

    look at all those key players gathered around. too bad there’s nothing under the table.

    1. avatar William Burke says:

      A bushel of rabid wolverines?

  33. avatar Noishkel says:

    ‘God created men. Colonel Colt made them equal.’

    As for this memorandum… it’s just so much fertilizer. It’s a memorandum… not even legally binding as a law. It does nothing. Just so much more publicity seeking from the worst president yet.

  34. avatar PeterC says:

    The idea of Bathhouse Barry having my back is not comforting.

  35. avatar Ralph says:

    Hey rape victims: Wake up. The only reason POTUS has your back is because the rapist already had your front.

  36. avatar bigred1 says:

    SO IT IS WRITTEN. SO IT SHALL BE DONE !!. Does he think he’s Ramses?

  37. avatar DD says:

    None of these politicians has ever seen a sociopathic killer at work. They enjoy pain, feel no remorse whatsoever, making people suffer gets them off, and they have no fear of reprisal, it fact they welcome it. They don’t commit rape for sexual gratification. They do it to create the fear and pain in others that they thrive on. The fact that there’s a new law or new penalty only further encourages and excites them.

  38. avatar Jonathan - Houston says:

    Well, if Obama “has their back”, then where the hell was he when they were getting assaulted?

    Ohhh…..he means *next* time. Riiigghht……

    No thanks. Between the local Sheriff’s Dept., our neighbors, and our own devices, we’re fine on personal security. Don’t do me any favors, Obama.

  39. avatar Tomy Ironmane says:

    Of course he “has your back…” how else is he gonna f(deleted for decency) without the common courtesy of (also deleted for decency)? Plus it makes it easier to stick the knife in.

  40. avatar Nolan From MT says:

    Ugh. That picture… It looks like they are all praying to their Messiah. Heads down, hands clasped…

  41. avatar BTinAfghan says:

    This just in from Rosanne Rosannadana:


  42. avatar Matt in FL says:

    It amuses me that there are 80+ comments and nobody’s pointed out that his name was misspelled in the headline.

    1. avatar BTinAfghan says:

      I thought it was intentional. It is like using the wrong name or pronunciation as a sign of lack or respect. GHWB used to do it with sadum houssain all the time.

    2. avatar Jonathan - Houston says:

      Well, after the beat down you laid down on Burke yesterday……

      1. avatar Matt in FL says:

        That’s fair. Corrections are welcome. Yesterday I was reacting to the propensity of certain people to treat garden-variety typos like major moral failings, like they personally took offense to the error, using all caps and such.

  43. avatar Wassim Absood says:

    Meanwhile, giddy conservatives glibly spout off, ignoring the fact that their last candidate had a far worse record as a proponent of civilian disarmament than Obama.

    If you want this to be about left vs right, you will lose my support. That’s why I think that this site should focus on 2A issues exclusively; no need to split the community on this point, even if it is no where near a 50/50 split.

    1. avatar jerry says:

      You support the democratic party, you were never on our side. To believe that Romney is worse than Obama concerning the 2A is absurd, and you are ignorant for even making the argument.

      1. avatar jerry says:

        And one more thing, this issue has always been left vs right. Your party, the democrats, support and fight for civilian disarmament, it makes no sense to argue otherwise.. You may own guns, but when it comes right down to it, you will choose federally funded abortions without restrictions, higher taxes on the wealthy, and gay marriage over the 2A. If that offends you or anyone else, I don’t give a shit.

    2. avatar Cliff H says:

      Wassim, among all the other lies BHO has told, he swore he was not after our guns, then the first opportunity he got he jumped on the gun control/confiscation bandwagon.

      For whatever delusional reasons you continue to support leftist politicians, claiming that just because you personally support the Second Amendment makes you our brother when you also support the continued erosions of personal liberty and natural rights by voting for these statist shitheads makes me question your commitment to our cause, and your sanity, or perhaps just your intellectual acuity.

    3. avatar Jonathan - Houston says:

      You address conservatives, but then refer to their last candidate, presumably Romney. If you’re still, in 2014, laboring under the gross misperception that conservative = Republican, then you’re so far behind the times and out of your depth that meaningful discussion of the topic is impossible.

  44. avatar Joe Mama says:

    Oh no…not a Memorandum! God help us all.

  45. avatar Martin B says:

    I think those others are just impressed that BO can sign his own name. BTW, he never legally changed his adopted name, so he really is BS. At least he didn’t sign off on his parents’ and grandparents’ credo, which is “Property is theft”. Not long to go…

  46. avatar sage419 says:

    Personally, 0bama saying “I’ve got your back” just makes me look over my shoulder more often. His assurances are as comforting as Iran’s promises to stop trying to develop nuclear weapons, and just as full of it.

  47. avatar Salty Bear says:

    Either nobody noticed, or nobody cares that the president’s name is misspelled in the headline.

    I wonder which?

    1. avatar Cliff H says:

      Why should we care?

  48. avatar Rikoshay says:

    And see how they photoshopped Joe to look like he actually has some kind of thought process going on under his powdered wig, and while he’s hanging on to something at the same time. Or is it one of those cardboard props?

  49. avatar Marine 03 says:

    How about Brian Terry? Do you have his back Obama? Ever here of George Zimmerman? He was assaulted. Did you have his back Mr. President?

  50. avatar Pat says:

    Statist, turd.

  51. avatar John Dennis says:

    Blah blah blah blah.. POS!

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