Chicago Thug Disturbed by Rush Limbaugh: Don’t Tell Me Obama’s A Great Dad

Chicago thug Barack Obama remembered to remember his daughters today after Rush Limbaugh used the “slut” word in reference to Reproductive Justice club leader, Sandra Fluke. As all mobsters do, he adores his daughters, but falls short of a credible role model. He failed to remember his daughters when Bill Maher referred to Sarah Palin with the “c-word,” called her a “dumb twat” and said she was the leader of a “strange family of inbred weirdos.” Malia and Sasha didn’t come to mind when Milwaukee talk show host John “Sly” Sylvester said Wisconsin GOP Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefish orally serviced all “Milwaukee talk show hosts” to win her election. His girls didn’t come to mind when David Letterman said Palin’s 14-year-old daughter Willow got pregnant in the 7th innings by Alex Rodriguez. This is not about womanhood or women’s rights, it’s about Democrat voters. Clearly, it’s not easy to disturb a thug who has the power to protect his own turf by dirtying yours. Don’t tell me he’s a great Dad (to The Five – I heard you say it again today. Stop and think about it, please!).

The moral bottomline of this story is that silence paid off for Barack Obama with Bill Maher’s $1 MILLION donation to Obama’s SuperPAC. In the meantime, he dishonored his own children.

For Conservatives so eager to come to his rescue and declare Obam a great Dad…a question. If you believe he is ruining the future for your children, why do you consider him a good Father? How is a great Dad reconciled with a tragically terrible role model. How is trashing the Constitution good for your daughters? How is spending their future and saddling them with hundreds of thousands of dollars of debt seen as a good thing? How is voting for infanticide a symbol of great parenting? Everything Obama is doing, will eventually catch up with his own daughters, their families, yours and mine. The circle is the only geometry. UPDATE: Karen at The Lonely Conservative reminds of words Obama has used in the past. Read it here.

Posted by Maggie @ Maggie’s Notebook