Friday, December 19, 2014

Those Fickle Obamas

By Chris Rossini

Earlier this week, Michelle Obama claimed to have had a "racist" experience at Target one day. However, two years ago, that same incident was just a jovial experience that she shared on The David Letterman Show.

Perhaps it may be time for a new story.

Today, her lesser-half husband (predictably) called Sony's business decision not to release a movie called 'The Interview' a "mistake".

With taxpayer-funded Mahi-Mahi likely on his mind, the President elaborated before heading off to Hawaii, which happens to be one of the Empire's first conquered lands:
"We cannot have a society in which some dictator some place can start imposing censorship here in the United States. Because if somebody is able to intimidate folks out of releasing a movie, imagine what they start doing when they see a documentary that they don’t like or news reports that they don’t like."
We'll put The Patriot Act aside for now...

Let's just focus on the fickleness.

Two years ago The White House contacted YouTube after the Benghazi blowback. Obama wanted an 'offensive' video taken down. So, apparently we can't have censorship if it's imposed by "some dictator some place". However, censorship by El Jefe is cool beans.

YouTube told Barry to take a hike. They kept the video up.

Who has time to worry about those fickle Obamas anyway? We worker bees have to get back to the grind. There are hula dancers and fire-eaters we have to pay for.

Chris Rossini is author of Set Money Free: What Every American Needs To Know About The Federal Reserve. Follow @chrisrossini on Twitter.

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