Skip to comments.Comedians: Still Nothing Funny About Obama
Posted on 02/03/2009 12:42:33 AM PST by Scott Martin
Video at the link.
Check out the latest Saturday Night Live skit:
It seems as if comedians are still unable to find anything funny about President Obama, as apparently Obama's flaws are not yet clear. The main jokes feature Obama ripping Americans and President Bush. And, of course, Joe Biden. But seriously, what isn't funny about Joe Biden. Except the fact that he is somehow Vice President of the United States...
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Bob Hope, we miss you.
No doubt. Bob Hope on Democrats:
Still nothing funny about a “jug-eared clodhopper”(Ann Coulter) aping George Stevens(kingfish) of the Mystic Knights of the Sea.. do-tell..
What is funny about a zero? He hides who he is.
I came from a family of teasers, my father and his two brothers. I learned to laugh at myself at an early age and not take myself too seriously. I learned that I have qualities that are different from other people and that is really what makes someone vulnerable and lovable at the same time. The teasing of my father and uncles was a sign of affection. And I also learned that someone who doesn’t see the lighter side of life is someone to be wary of...there is a lack of perspective.
I don’t think that the Obots or their leader have any perspective.
Their senses of humor are overshadowed only by their rugged good looks.
“Where is that no-talent @sshole, Jonathan Leibowitz?”
Is he the father of poor Fawn?
What’s “funny” is that we elected a community organizer who served half of one term in the Senate, authoring no legislation and doing nothing to distinguish himself at all during that time. And they dared say Palin had no experience. This guy is going to wreck America in less time than Harrison even served. So, I guess I see nothing funny about him, either, but in a different way from these sychophants.
I agree, there isn’t anything funny about Obama. I don’t think there was anything particularly funny about Stalin or Mussolini either.
Trying to walk through windows instead of doors at the whitehouse wouldn’t be funny now would it?
Hard to mock someone you worship.
That skit was funny! Well, the part with Biden was. And the grim faced look Obama got when he came in the room, that was funny because it’s true!
And I just realized (thanks to this skit) who Joe Biden reminds me of. Andy from The Office!
"...We thought, 'Let's try and start a movement where even while walking down the street, people would hold up the O and you would know that they were for Obama,' " says Husong. Much thought went into the relatively simple idea. "You interlace your hands in a circle, the interlacing being a symbol of different types of people coming together and the circle a symbol of unity," he says. Their design, unlike Fairey's, is free, and Husong is urging people to download it and print it on posters and T-shirts. "We want to see it everywhere, but more importantly we want this sign to take the world by storm...."
When I saw it, I immediately thought of the picture that was posted by Prole at post #2...and I made this animated GIF...
It is absolutely true the liberals have no sense of humor. If you take the concept of ad hominem attack away from them, they are angry, humorless drones.
Take a look at these two examples for comparative purposes:
Here is a shining example of liberal humor:
Okay. I think we get it. Bush is a chimp. Hahahah. Very original. I'm sure they had to pay big bucks to an ad agency to come up with that one.
Now, take a look at conservative humor:
This is good. Creative...conveys concepts on multiple levels...it is unique. Cheney himself probably liked it.
Bottom line, when it comes to humor, using the vulgarity or ad hominem approaches are about the only tools liberal comedians have to try to get people to laugh. Bush had a very self-effacing approach to humor, but Obama will brook nothing that makes fun of him in any way. He is too full of himself.
This animated GIF I made sums up Obama perfectly, I think:
...but this one runs a close second:
Comedians may fear losing their heads if they mock the Black Messiah. Decapitation is a family tradition isn’t it?
Same here. My wife always questions my teasing, telling me that I'm mean or that my subject will get mad. I tell her that teasing does a number of things.
Some of my teasing is very clever and sly, as way of making the subject think, to test their intelligence and awareness. Some of my teasing is a way of testing them, to see how strong their ego is, and what they can and can't take. You can get a good psychological road map of a person by their reaction to certain teasing.
Anyone who can't take teasing I tend to stay away from, because they're insecure and possibly unstable. 0bama can't take teasing. What's that tell you?
Nothing funny about a guy who wants to raise taxes on the rich, but then appoints a bunch of rich tax cheats? Really? The Obamessiah attitude in the Hollyword and media is unbelievable. Hire me, I could write hundreds of things that are funny about Obama.
Having Nancy Pelosi pulling Obama’s puppet strings is pretty funny. Have an extremist wife parading around as mother of the year is kind of funny. Flip flopping on major campaign promises is pretty funny. The media worship of Obama is really funny. If there was a snafu when Bush took the Oath, there would have been tons of comics making fun of Bush no matter whose fault it was.
Fawn? Oh My God! I just talked to her last week... She was going to make me a pot.
Actually, there's nothing intelligent about these people.
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