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post #41 of 42 (permalink) Old 08-13-2012, 05:59 PM
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Re: Past Presidents advice for Obama

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Presdent Obama was wondering to himself one day "I had the government bail out the banks and the automakers, I had the government do the cash for clunkers program, and now Obamacare has passed, What else can I do to make this country better ?" This thinking bothered him for the entire day.So that night he went to bed and fell into a fitful sleep, and started to dream. George Washington appeared in his dream. He said to Obama" If you want to make this country better, never tell a lie", then he was replaced by Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson said " If you want to make this country better, follow the Constitution to the letter." Jefferson was then replaced by Abraham Lincoln. He said "If you want to make this country better, you need to relax a little bit. Why don't you go and enjoy a play at the theater".
And Jimmy Carter said " When you lose the election and become a one hit/term wonder and become known as the worst president ever taking my spot at the bottom of the list, I'll give ya a job on my peanut farm with all the other illegal aliens."
Now that right there is funny. That salvaged the entire joke!

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Re: Past Presidents advice for Obama

Originally Posted by Buckethead
lol (loaded on lithium) Which helps when keeping certain company.
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