Obama gets the Big Bird

With all the 'issues' we have facing us as a nation, why is the best the Obamanians can do is come up with Big Bird attack ads?

Romney was talking about ending and reducing taxpayer-sourced subsidies. PBS is included in those subsidies, which is why Romney made his now immortal comment, "... I like Big Bird ...".

The Obamanians jumped on it. Big Bird has become the chief spokescritter for the Democratic Party.


Here is a quote from the Romneyans:

"Four years ago, President Obama said that if you don't have a record to run on, 'you make a big election about small things.' With 23 million people struggling for work, incomes falling, and gas prices soaring, Americans deserve more from their president," spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg said.

 Yes, we do.

I like PBS, and I like Big Bird. What I really like about Big Bird, is that he/she/it isn't willing to be used as Obama's political pawn.

But neither of them are of enough importance at the moment - not with the fiscal and economic problems we have, not the least of which is those 23 million of our friends and neighbors - for me to get all worked up over.

The Obmanians have been spending too much time Twittering (I prefer that to 'tweeting') and texting, causing their thought processes to vaporlock if they string more than 140 characters together. Beyond that, they apparently are incapable of coherent thought. The problem with that is, they apparently think all of us are in the same tiny little box.

We are not.

And sadly, this is not limited to the far left. We see plenty of it on the right as well.