No, This Isn’t Creepy, Not at All

Posted by on Sep 20, 2012 at 7:14 am

The current occupant of the White House actually tweeted this last night. He’s the president of all the people and now has the flag to prove it. This is one flag I won’t mind seeing burned.

It’s not as if it’s so original. From March of this year:

A group of veterans angered by an American flag bearing the image of President Barack Obama descended on the local Democratic party headquarters in central Florida and demanded it be taken down.

It was, but not before heated words were exchanged between the two sides, media reports say.

Obama’s face filled the blue-and-stars section of the flag, which was flying underneath the traditional American one on a flagpole at the Lake County Democratic Party headquarters.

“It’s a cult of personality to show his face, like Stalin or Mao,” John Masterjohn, a former Marine and retired schoolteacher from Leesburg, told the Orlando Sentinel. “It’s despicable. They don’t realize how sick they are.”





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13 Responses to “No, This Isn’t Creepy, Not at All”

  1. mutt on 20/20/12 at 7:57 am

    Looks like the bloody fingerprints from the US Embassy in Benghazi, which according to recent history is emblematic of Ozer’s continued appeasement of terrorists. Ozero has no shame and is a cancer that must be destroyed in November

  2. Zombie Shane on 20/20/12 at 11:31 am

    “It’s despicable. They don’t realize how sick they are.”

    Gotta differ there – if the 20th Century taught us anything [pace Santayana], it’s that these Frankfurt School Nihilists know EXACTLY what they’re doing.

    Most of the cause of our current predicament is due to our [and our ancestors] having misunderestimated the manifest, soulless, raging iniquity of the Frankfurt School crowd [going all the way back to Theodore Roosevelt’s catastrophically stupid (and culturally suicidal) decision to not execute Alexander Birkman and Emma Goldman for their roles in McKinley’s assassination].

  3. mike191 on 20/20/12 at 11:50 am

    The posting by Mutt is spot on.Moreover, Holder and his law firm that defended this vermin ,to score political points aided by the “fourth estate”,against Bush, will never publish and/or write about their culpability .

  4. Jeffrey Quick on 20/20/12 at 12:19 pm

    It looks a lot more like the First National Flag of the Confederate States of America than like the Stars and Stripes. I think it was intended as a racist dog-whistle.

  5. Blue Hen on 20/20/12 at 12:45 pm

    That’s the problem with rethuglickans. They stress style and glib messaging for serious, results oriented governence…..Wait.

  6. rich b on 20/20/12 at 12:47 pm

    “This is one flag I won’t mind seeing burned”

    Jammie – You bring that fucking abomination of a flag and I’ll bring the matches.

  7. JKB on 20/20/12 at 12:57 pm

    Fifty sovereign republics erased to make room for Obama

    Those stars stood for something, represented something, they represented powers not given to the federal, freedoms for their peoples. This, they cannot abide.

    Show of hands, who thinks there is a dearth of Obama people who’ve read US history or taken a class in American civics?

  8. Drew W. on 20/20/12 at 10:16 pm

    No sovereign states, just one big zero. What do those red stripes represent, the five pillars of Islam?

  9. CoquimboJoe on 21/21/12 at 12:41 am

    What a douche. I don’t have much to add other than that. And it makes my brain itch the level of sycophancy. What other leaders do their own flags, have fans that make up songs, and millions of tshirts with their face on it? Pol pot? Mao? Mussolini? The company he keeps isn’t getting any better.

  10. radioone on 22/22/12 at 7:55 am

    I understand it will be a Capital Offense to burn the new Obama Flag and the American Bald Eagle will be retired as the National Symbol to be replaced with a “family portrait” of the Obama’s.

  11. M on 22/22/12 at 8:47 am

    Reminds me of the old refrain from the 1930’s; Hitler is Germany, and Germany IS Hitler. The “State” seems to consist entirely of the “Dear Leader”.