Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Hunkering down beneath a wave of moonbat radiation

The Paco Command Center was on full alert today, as President Obama invaded Northern Virginia to hand out free slices of his economic baloney.

Later in the day, he entertained the president of Nigeria – the delightfully-named Goodluck Jonathan – in the Oval Office. Nigeria, interestingly, did a pretty good job of weathering its own banking and financial crisis a couple of years ago. Maybe Obama used his prominent ears as something other than cooling coils for his fevered brow in his conversation with Mr. Jonathan (although I doubt it).


Anonymous said...

Just baloney? Wasn't there any SPAM?

Luckily, Paco Enterprises HQ is protected by state of the art defenses cooked up by the crack team in R&D, right Paco? If the moonbats led by the Head bad himself approach the perimeter, you can deploy the grill. I love the smell of fried baloney. Ah the emmissions.

Deborah Leigh

Kevin Feasel said...

Huh, that's funny. Right after that happened, I received an e-mail:

Dear Sir,

My name is AUSTIN GOOLSBEE and I am the former economic counsel for the President of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. We are experiencing times of CHAOS AND TROUBLE and I am writing to you to propose the offer of moving $12,000,000,000 (12 BILLION DOLLARS) of US TREASURY BONDS. For accepting these $12,000,000,000 (12 BILLION DOLLARS), you will be able to keep 10%, or $1,200,000,000 (1.2 BILLION DOLLARS)!

Naturally, I accepted. After all, I have believed every word that has come from the Obama administration's economic team, so I would have been a sucker to refuse.

Paco said...

Kevin: I'm sure you have chosen wisely.

missred said...

i find it interesting that he goes to colleges alot.. aren't most college students NOT eligible to vote? talk about stockholm syndrom

rinardman said...

Wait. Are you suggesting the POTUS would do well to listen to economic advice from the president of Nigeria, the delightfully named Goodluck Jonathan?

Oh, what a sad world we live in!


Michael Lonie said...

The alternative is to get advice from Goolsbee, Geithner, and Bernanke, or, for that matter, Pelosi and Reid. Even Malia might do a better job than those clowns.

I'd send them copies of Economics For Dummies but I'm afraid that might be over their heads.

JorgXMcKie said...

Even the WaPo gave him three Pinocchio'sl for his speech at the Chrysler plant here in Michigan last week. The wheels on his bus may be coming off, and it his economy he might not be able to afford to buy new ones.