Jamie Foxx stated that President Obama was our “Lord and Savior.” An artist painted him as a crucified Christ figure. In keeping with the spirit of the season, President Obama has declared himself to be Santa Claus.
Rush Limbaugh got blasted by Republican insiders because he claimed that President Obama and the Democrats were acting like Santa Claus. It was their gifts to voters that increased devotion to the Democrats and got the President reelected.
Everybody but the Republican Establishment knew that the Santa Clause comparison is true. A new survey is out that Hispanics want the government to do more for them. “Ashton Ellis, the contributing editor at the Center for Individual Freedom (CFIF), points out that [a recent Pew] survey . . . shows that Latinos voted with economics and healthcare reform in mind and that they actually want a bigger government that provides more services.”
Here’s the opening paragraph of Christi Parson’s article from the Los Angeles Times:
“President Obama cast himself in the role of Santa Claus during a visit to a toy factory Friday, suggesting that Republican lawmakers should get only a lump of coal in their stockings if they don’t work with him this month to extend tax cuts for the middle class.”
It seems that Rush was right. Obama is Kris Kringle and is starring in The Miracle on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Following the Republican loss, Limbaugh said:
“It’s just very difficult to beat Santa Claus. People are not going to vote against Santa Claus, especially when the alternative is being your own Santa Claus. . . . In a country of children where the option is Santa Claus or work, what wins?
“Every Obama voter may not be religious, but they believe in Santa Claus. And you know what else they believe about Santa Claus? That Santa Claus doesn’t judge anybody. You’re gonna get your stuff no matter how you behave. You’re gonna get your stuff whether you’re a good guy, bad guy, or a non-entity. Santa Claus isn’t judgmental. In fact, Santa Claus loves you because you have the deck stacked against you.”
Christmas is now a version of Groundhog Day. Every day we wake up; it’s Christmas for millions of Americans at the expense of other people.
The Democrats are proposing a bailout of the trillion-dollar student loan default. There was the gift to the unions in the bailout of General Motors. Let’s not forget “free” birth control pills.
At the same time Obama is playing Santa Clause, he also plays the role of Pedro el Negro, Black Peter, or Zwarte Piet in Dutch. This is the guy who leaves a lump of coal in the stockings of those children who weren’t good. Guess who will be getting lumps of coal? Everybody who does not go along with Santa Obama.
The thing of it is, a majority of people like Black Peter more than Santa Clause because he goes after those rich bastards. Here’s some dialog from the film Collateral (2004) starring Tom Cruise and, ironically, Jamie Foxx:
Felix: (Javier Bardem): Do you believe in Santa Claus?
Max (Jamie Foxx): No.
Felix: Nor do I. Nor do I, but my children do; they are still small. But do you know who they like even better than Santa Claus? His helper: Pedro El Negro. Black Peter. There’s an old Mexican tale that tells of how Santa Claus got so very busy looking out for the good children that he had to hire some help to look out for the bad children. So he hired Pedro. And Santa Claus gave him a list with all the names of all the bad children. And Pedro would come every night to check them out. And the people, the little kids, that were misbehaving, that were not saying their prayers, Pedro would leave a little toy donkey on their windows, a little “burro.” And he would come back. And if the children were still misbehaving, Pedro would take them away and no one would ever see them again.”
The problem with the people who like it when Black Peter taxes the rich, that soon after they’ll be standing in the unemployment line.Don't forget to Like Godfather Politics on Facebook and Twitter, and visit our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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