I knew it would happen, but I am surprised at how soon. The Obama Joker poster has been spotted all over the Los Angeles area, and I am sure it will be spreading eastward very soon, courtesy of the internet. Obama disillusionment is spreading.
First let me say that I am mixed on the Obama Joker picture. One side of me says that it is a disrespect to the Office of the President of the United States. The other side of me says that it did not take a poster to make a laughingstock of that office.
The current President had a lot of help from the previous occupant of the Oval office, yet it goes back even further than that.
Let’s face it, even the anti-American world dignitaries who Obama promised to reach out to are already making fun of him. Does it not give us an important message that some of Obama’s biggest followings are in foreign countries actively engaged in socialism?
President Obama is responsible for his own behavior. The beer garden event last week is going to help his image of vying for the Joker moniker more than that of respected Commander in Chief. Like the Joker, though, you cannot go by what he says. Instead you must watch what he does.
While the President and his handlers keep him in front of the cameras all day long, it seems like the Joker’s helpers are busy at work behind the scenes pasting together YouTube videos showing the President talking out of both sides of his mouth. Who knows what he will really do?
Like his Democrat predecessor Bill Clinton, I predict that in only a year or two it will become more difficult to find someone who will admit they voted for him. Or perhaps just 10 minutes after the average worker gets his first paycheck minus an Obama tax increase.
The Obama Joker poster is a rather clever way to get an important point across. Barack Obama is pushing through initiatives that are clearly socialism in disguise; and not too well disguised at that. Perhaps that is one reason the poster’s creator decided to display Mr. Obama in a disguise that would be recognized.
Heath Ledger, were he alive, and the owners of the Batman and Joker trademarks may have supported Barack Obama for President, and I admit there was not a very good alternative. But would Heath Ledger or those executives at the movie companies support the President’s call to cap those huge salaries?
I am doubting it.
When Heath Ledger played the role of Joker he was terrorizing the public and the business community. I would like to suggest that Mr. Obama is having a similar, though muted, response.
Small business is the backbone of jobs in this nation and cannot withstand the increased tax and regulatory burden the President and his henchmen in Congress are trying to saddle on them. I own a small business and hear the cries of others like me who fear for their livelihood.
Taxing the rich sounds good, but there just are not enough rich to be taxed to provide the money Mr. Obama and Company need for their massive socialism they hope to implement.
The government cannot run itself successfully but these people think they can take over automobile manufacturing, banking and health care to name just a few. There will be more.
Selling Obama Joker posters is probably a budding small business right now. Unless the President, Speaker Pelosi and others calm their rhetoric and withdraw the crippling taxes they have planned, the Obama Joker poster could pass from the realm of small business into big business.
Object to socialism in the United States with respect; just make sure to object. Stop them before we have the Joker running Microsoft, Google, Oracle, IBM and all the other companies I deal with every day.
Since I want to do my part to end the recession and stimulate the economy, where can I buy one of those Obama Joker posters?