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Pause, Ponder and Pun

Headline: Oh-mama Obama - POTUS Gives New Meaning to Bi-racial
That's mine.
What's yours?
This is a democracy.
We'll put it to a vote and see who emerges victorious.
Catch you Saturday...


moooooog35 said…
..and you people wonder why I vote Republican.
moooooog35 said…
Obama later regrets having his inauguration suit designed by the Queer Eye guys.
CatLadyLarew said…
Oh-momma-bama... I wore this outfit just so I could be hangin' with Dufus!
lotgk said…
Lets see if Kanye West interrupts this parade.
dizzblnd said…
OK I've paused.. refused to ponder.. but I am running now
Quirkyloon said…
Once again I turn to music for my inspiration.

"I know what boys want.
I know what boys like.
I know what boys want.
Boys want.
Boys want me."

And might I add a capital EEK? hee hee
lotgk said…
Adam Lambert has nothing on me.
Nooter said…
richard m nixon is spinning in his grave
Don said…
Think I'm stuntin' like my daddy now? Ya should get a load of what I'm sitting on!
renalfailure said…
So... this is what Glenn Beck sees every time he looks at the President, eh? No wonder he cries all the time.
ettarose said…
Obama really thought he could sneak into Quadafi's army to get the real lowdown. Unfortunately having big boobs was required.
Rusty Salmon said…
Hey, Dufus.

I'm trying to get to everyone here, my blog has moved.

The new URL is

See ya there.
President Obama's skin-tight shorts really showed off his stimulus package.
Rusty Salmon said…
Hey, Dufus.

I'm trying to get to everyone here, my blog has moved.

The new URL is

See ya there.

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