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Just thinking today.... What if Obama...

.....became the first former President to become a Vice-President?

The 22nd Amendment says a person cannot be Elected more than twice
to the Office of President. It has no language that would prevent Obama from
being sworn in as President to finish the balance of the term if the President he
served under was unable or unwilling to continue in office.

I wonder if reThuglican heads would actually explode if Obama was drafted by our candidate
and he accepted the call to service once more.

.....just thinking.....


Pruitt, speaking clearly while gargling the tangerine turd's balls yesterday, was like a dog walking on it's hind legs. It's not that it was done well, it's that it was done at all.


The Tangerine Turd may be on to something here. By cutting billions from the HHS budget, he is willing, along with his republican brethren, to let poor folks die for want of medical care. Much like animal herds in the wild, the old and weak will get culled while the young and vigorous survive and thrive. It's scientific! It's positively Darwinism! It's a win-win-win! The 1% will get millions in tax cuts (they are after all the job creators!). The overburdened healthcare professionals will only have to treat healthy people thereby making their jobs much less demanding and much more rewarding. Finally, it will lighten the load of poor folks. They will not need to feed, clothe, house, educate and care for sickly children anymore. They will have a "one time only" burial expense per child. After that, it's the gravy train. The Poor can then start taking those luxury cruises again, buy i-phones, drive Cadillacs, and enjoy air conditioning. As my Uncle Scrooge used to say," If they would rather die, they had better do it, and decrease the surplus population."
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