Thursday, December 05, 2013
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This reminds me of Saigon 1975.
Bashar is still counting on the former KGP officer Mr. Putin and lives in the days gone by of the defunct Soviet Union!
And now…. the REAL Cartoon of the Day!
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“Tell Vladimir, after my next election, I will have more flexibility.” – Barack Hussein Obozo caught on microphone promising Vladimir he will screw America after he does not have to worry about the stupid voters again.
You’re a sad, spiteful little man aren’t you? I’ll pray for you. You need all the prayers you can get.
Go soak your head Obozo,you really are a sad little clown.
I think you are losing your fan base, OMG.
Come on Metro….. You have to admit that this is a very funny cartoon. Think of my cartoons as little grenades of truth tossed in this sea of leftist insanity to shake things up just a bit. How boring would this place be if everyone agreed with one another? Think of me as the habenero pepper in the soup called “The Memo.”
Merry Christmas, my friend!
“If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” ― George Orwell
Oh, I thought it was funny. But I am famously irreverent. I was referring to others who replied. I was being ironic in referring to your “fan base.” I appreciate the fact that you get a kick out of throwing your “little grenades.” And I get a kick out of throwing them back. I totally agree that everyone should have the privilege of being told things they don’t want to hear. Even Libertarians — and Tea Partiers. And “insane” lefties, although, of course, I think there are fewer “insane” lefties than you believe. I find habanero peppers to be quite a tasty ingredient on the National Memo soup. how interesting would it be if we all agreed.
I am refraining from a lot of posting today as I have a mild hangover (the first in many years) so I am resting up today.
Merry Christmas to you and the whole OMG family!
Metro… I knew where you were coming from.
Alrighty, Metro… make a confession… tell me the sordid details of your drinking endeavors last evening…. what happened, buddy? Spill the beans. Come on….
Merry Christmas to you and Mrs. Metro, also. By the way, you going back to MN for Christmas?
“Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end, and no sense of responsibility at the other.” – Ronald Reagan
Ah yes, the sordid details. Mrs. Metro and I went to a party at a neighbor’s house. I started the evening quite sedately with a glass of red wine, a few hors d’ oeuvres and pleasant conversation. The host, however, a wild Canadian (winter resident) insisted I try a new alcoholic beverage. Being a thoughtful guest, I complied and commented that I found said beverage quite good, which led him to mix me several more drinks. Over my “strong” protests. However, in my endeavor to be a friendly guest, I continued to drink the proffered cocktails. Let us just say that It was fortunate that we walked to the party otherwise Mrs. Metro would have had to drive home. My poor little Schnauzer, Bailey, didn’t get his routine early morning jaunt to the dog park. I didn’t arise until 8:30 AM, three and one half hours later than our usual trip to the park. He was not happy.
No, we’re not going to MN for Christmas. Mrs. Metro has a dread fear of being caught in a blizzard and never being heard from again. She is just not impressed with my 50+ years of experience dealing with the wild and unpredictable northern Iowa/Minnesota weather. We will be having Christmas dinner with the neighbors across the cul de sac (no, not the Canadian responsible for last night’s debauchery). These neighbors are “snowbirds” from Minnesota.
hehehehehehehehe!!!!! ROFLMAO!!! You know Metro, I think I’m more inclined to be the corruptor than the corruptee, myself…. just sayin…. hehehehehehehehe…… That’s what good neighbors are for.
At least you’ll be warm for Christmas. Have a great Christmas, Metro. Not sure I’ll be able to chat too much for a while after today.
Have 2 of these and call me in the morning [click image to enlarge]
“One way to make sure crime doesn’t pay would be to let the government run it.” – Ronald Reagan
A little “hair of the dog” eh? As they would say in Canada.
Enjoy your holidays, OMG. We can go back to lobbing “grenades” in the New Year.
Metro… I’ve always said the best cure is the “hair of the dog that bit ya.” hehehehe
Have a wonderful Christmas, my friend! Pass my regards to Mrs. Metro.
“I’m no alcoholic. I’m a drunkard. There’s a difference. A drunkard doesn’t like to go to meetings.” — JACKIE GLEASON
And now…. the 2nd REAL Cartoon of the Day!
[click image to enlarge] Now we know what the real message to Vladimir was……
You lost. Get over it! hahahahahahahahahah
After reviewing the comment page on this site for the past two weeks. I’ve come to the conclusion that O bozo ONLY (READS) the CARTOONS!
After reviewing your posts, I’m stunned that an empty headed knucklehead like you is capable of drawing ANY conclusions. Clearly, this has stressed you out tremendously. You can go back to your village now. They’ve been missing you for some time.
Merry Christmas, and remain oblivious!
“The difference between being stupid and being a fool: A stupid person at least has an idea about their own inadequacies. The fool is oblivious to them, and is more inclined to believe their own fantasies and lies as truth.” – ObozoMustGo
That was refreshing! Looking forward to more of your porcine behavior! Have a nice holiday!
You have a nice holiday, also, Adrian. I meant that sincerely.
“It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.” – Ronald Reagan
Everytime I see that handle of yours I LMAO
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