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Mad Libs!

14 Feb

 No, it is not what you think. I am not referring to Debbie Wasserman Shultz and I am not referring to angry leftists, although that would certainly be a reasonable assumption. I am actually referring to the 1950’s fill in the blank word parlor game. With apologies to Leonard Stern and Roger Price, it is time for an update.  Just pick your words and read your story below! Don’t scroll down until you are ready to fill in the blanks!

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Barack Obama, a ___1____, ___2_____ junior Senator from Illinois with a ___3____ ego decided to run for the Democratic nomination for President. While campaigning he ___4___ to ___5___ the federal deficit and called Hilary Clinton a ____6____.  True to form, the Democrats ____7____ nominated him.

 Once elected, President Obama proceeded to ____8_____ the American people with ____9____ taxes, _____10_____ regulations and the imposition of Obamacare against the wishes of the American people. In the 2010 mid-term elections, the American people who were fed up with being ___11____, rose up and elected conservatives to office to put the ____12___ to the President’s ____13____, ____14____ agenda.

 With a ____15_____ economy that he can no longer blame on President Bush, Obama has taken to attacking the ___16____ and the ___17____ and hoping that ____18_____ abortions will distract the people from his _____19_____ failures.  Wrong! The American people won’t get fooled again!

Regime change in 2012!!!!

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1 Comment

Posted by on February 14, 2012 in politics

 

One response to “Mad Libs!

  1. P. Henry Saddleburr

    February 14, 2012 at 9:18 pm

    Dude. I blew it. I scrolled down prematurely.

    Sort of like when I blew it when somebody asked me to pick a number between 1 and 10 and I said Pi.

     

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