So President Obama is about to go on his annual vacation to Martha’s Vineyard. People on both sides of the aisle agree that it’s not a big deal that the leader of the free wold takes a week or two “off” by going to this traditional presidential getaway. LOL. Just kidding. When I saw this story came out I instantly went to the Boston Herald’s Facebook page, and the commenters there didn’t let me down.
Our first champion of democracy was Frank McQuade. He had this to say:
Yea, he doesn’t deserve to be in America. Who does he think he is, the President of the United States or something?
Other people had more rational solutions to this vacation problem:
That seems like a reasonable thing to ask for. First impeach him for……whatever. Then we’ll prosecute him for…….something. Then we’ll execute him. That’ll fix this vacation problem once and for all!! Paul Chandler brings up a good point though. How can we prosecute someone that was born in Red China? You think Paul Chandler is falling for that fake birth certificate? Think again. Nice try Obummer.
Then Pete Langevin chimed in:
Yea Obama. You’re not allowed to golf or take vacations until every single problem in the world is fixed. As a matter of fact he shouldn’t be allowed to sleep or takes his world famous presidential dumps either.
What happens if there’s a big problem that he needs to address? Everyone knows they don’t have phones in Martha’s Vineyard. It’s literally impossible to get any work done. And don’t even get me started on the golfing. It’s literally impossible to golf and be a good President. Just ask Dwight D. Eisenhower, the President who created the Interstate Highway System and ended the Korean War. He only golfed 800 rounds while he was the POTUS.
Does this guy even work?
So let me get this straight. These commenters obviously don’t like Obama at all and think he does a shitty job as President. And their solution to the Obummer problem is to have him work MORE? I’m so confused. Don’t you guys hate when Obama works? You want more Obamacare or something? This one doesn’t make any sense to me.
Paul Fraser isn’t a fan either:
Yea Obama, are you inviting all your welfare friends to your vacation getaway? Because as we know, all of your friends are on welfare. I think he might be onto something with this shark thing though. If a great white eats the President, his wife, and his daughters, then we won’t have a President anymore right? Why do we NEED a President anyway? Just feed em all to the sharks and let’s move on.
Theresa Stone kicked it up a notch:
Yea, YOU PEOPLE need to stay in your own damn neighborhoods!! Because if this family isn’t ghetto I don’t know what is:
Take that ghetto shit back to the South Side Obummer!! We don’t need you and your gangster family in Martha’s Vineyard!!
Love this argument too:
It’s perfectly fair to compare your job to that of the leader of the free world. Basically the same exact thing. What kind of magical job gives you a few days off in a row? Gotta love these people. Somehow they’ve found the only job in America that has ZERO vacation days. Therefore the POTUS shouldn’t be allowed to go on vacation either.
And logically it was OK for Bush to go on vacation when he was President because there were ZERO problems in this country and the world. We weren’t fighting any losing wars and there certainly weren’t any major natural disasters that left a major American city in destruction. None of that ever happened.
The last comment is evidence that the Turtleboy Sports revolution is obviously spreading like wildfire:
Paul, the word is “dooshnozzle” but that’s OK. Solid rhyme though.
I know my liberal friends are reading this and most likely laughing at these nudniks. Understandable. But don’t think for one second if the Turtleboy Sports revolution began five years ago that I couldn’t find just as many dingleberries saying hilarious things about Bush. But for now the democrats are running shit, and this President more than any other just seems to bring out the best America has to offer. Keep it coming Murica!!
Feel free to share your thoughts to keep the conversation going.