Our Juvenile President of the United States – Part 2

Posted by: ST on October 26, 2012 at 5:20 pm

From the official Barack Obama Tumblr page:


Let’s see:

Sexualizing the first time voting process for teenage women? Check.

Unapologetically cursing in an interview with a top entertainment/culture magazine that appeals to teenagers? Check.

Appearing on Leno and other entertainment talk shows in order to avoid more hard-hitting sit downs with actual journalists? Check.

Reducing women to the sum total of their “lady parts”? Check.

Four years of this abject nonsense is enough. Time for a return to grown-ups in the White House. Let’s make it happen on Nov. 6.

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6 Responses to “Our Juvenile President of the United States – Part 2”


  1. Lambchop says:

    It’s as if he is running a campaign designed to attract middle schoolers

  2. Drew the Infidel says:

    We may all get our wish on this score, ST. I have been working the early voting here in Texas, where UN poll observers are banned by state law, and the turnout is very brisk. My station alone runs about 425 voters per day; the main elections office about four times that. The unabashed comments I hear (and overhear) are very encouraging.

  3. Dorothy Palmer says:

    A juvenile turd, however, was elected by plebiscite in 2008, which says many of that plebiscite are also juvenile.

  4. Sefton says:

    As Lambchop said, it’s a middle school mentality.
    How low can you go to appeal to the lowest common denominator.
    Recess is over, Barry. You and Michelle start packing.

  5. Carlos says:

    Throwing a tantrum every time he doesn’t get his way? Check.

    Lying through his teeth because it’s easier than telling the truth to stay out of hot water? Check.

    (Just thought I’d help with your checklist, ST.)

  6. Brontefan says:

    The man “believes” he’s a SuperStar… which is why he is never in the Oval Office and always on camera somewhere. His record over the past four years is abysmal and he has obviously been informed of some of the polls–the REAL polls. These are obviously last-ditch efforts to remain in office. His MTV comments amount to…”vote for me because I am a SuperStar” which is interesting because in some states the cut-off for voter registration has already past. He is not a man of substance & character…. so there is no way to prepare himself.