A picture is worth a thousand words. Liberal hypocrisy is worthless.
Obama is a joke or a joker? I say a little bit of both Pictures have been popping up in Los Angeles of Obama depicted to look like Heath Ledger's joker character from the movie The Dark Knight. Obama's faithful flock aren't in a laughing mood over the pictures. Some are calling the pictures "politically mean spirited and dangerous". It's amazing how thin skinned the supporters of Obama truly are. These are the same people who trashed Sarah Palin religiously, yet they are upset over this? I don't know what to make of this. They can dish it out, but it seems they can't take their own medicine. Liberals laughed at a picture of the Republican National Chairman Michael Steele depicted as a "Simple Sambo" a few years back, but they aren't laughing at the Obama joker picture? These same people thought it was funny when a liberal supporter of Ned Lemont photo shopped the face of Senator Joe Lieberman in black face. I guess I'm bringing up some truly "teachable moments" here. Can anyone guess what the lessons are? I can't forget about the left's laughable moment over a magazine cover using the likeness of Clarance Thomas that made him look like a "lawn jockey". I don't know the person or persons involved in the Obama/Joker pictures, but wish I could take credit for them just for one reason. The people who claim that these pictures of Obama made to look like the joker are "dangerous and politically mean" didn't say the same about the pictures of Joe Lieberman, Condi Rice, Clarence Thomas and Michael Steele. I would take credit for the Obama pictures just to see if they would dare confront me. I would humilate them in exposing their full blown hypocrisy and their laughable fake "outrage". I almost for got to mention one last example.
This is a picture of George W. Bush that was depicted by Vanity Fair last year to look like the joker as well. NO criticism or outrage followed. The only difference between the Obama picture and the Bush picture is the color of the skin of both men and their political party affiliations,.