He is such a friggin' idiot! Did you see all the clever (SMART) tweets and retweets about thingamajigs? Conservatives on Twitter are funny.http://twitchy.com/2012/06/01/mocking-of-obamas-thingamajig-continues-with-sidesplitting-replace-quote-with-thingamajig/
I second Tam. He's a friggin idiot. How can you get off track with a teleprompter? And how can an American be so off out of touch?
tam: i am in love with the link and that you gave it to us so we can lol too. that deserves something special. will you accept this thingamagig?
andrew: poor barry, his thingamagig went blank.
Patti, So did his administration. LOL!
I humbly accept the thingamajig. I will put it on my shelf next to my Nobel thingamajig.
Tam, LOL! Well played! :)
to all: husband played thge game with this one: in thingamagic we trust.this game is addictive.
"I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six thingamajigs or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful thingamajig in the world, and would blow your thingamajig clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?"
tam: that made my thingamajig hurt so bad from the laughing!
Don't have a thingamijig! Do you know how much treatment costs under Obamacare?!?I saw this at Michelle Malkin's twitchy site yesterday after Dear Leader's presser on the economy:"President Obama frantically tried to backpedal his ludicrous “the private sector is doing fine” statement from this morning, after being deservedly clobbered with it all day. Attempts at spin from the usual suspects had failed, so President Obama had to let himself be clear about not being clear when he was trying to be clear. Or something. Economics is hard! Thingamajigs!"I nearly busted my own thingamajig from laughing. We must be careful.
i wonder if broken thingamajigs are covered in obamacare?
I wouldn't count on it.
What a turd! Not only can't he tell the difference between a thingamajig and a thingamajig, but he's super condescending, too. Yeah, lots of people could use an extra $3000 a year, but it's still peanuts compared to what gets taxed away. But I'm sure he thinks that sounds like a lot to the plebes. First of all, he's talking about his latest mortgage refinance scheme, so the only people he's addressing are people who already own homes. Not exactly the downtrodden and destitute that Barry purports to champion. Also, exactly how does refinancing current homeowners' mortgages help boost the housing market? Isn't that market supported by the sale of new homes? Just asking as a dummy conservative who doesn't understand "nuance." Then there's also the question of how reducing the banks' return on investment generates more wealth in the private sector? Seems to me like Barry is just shuffling the deck.
BTW Tryanmax, I'm sure you know (cuz yer not stoopid) it can cost $3000 (or more-it would have cost us close to $10,000 to refi our CO house. We didn't do it. $3000 wouldn't have changed our minds.) to refinance. Yes, people can use $3000 extra dollars to cover the cost of obtaining those $3000. Shuffling the deck indeed. Thingamajigs!
Actually, I've never refi'ed, so that was a bit of a lesson to me. I did know they weren't cheap, otherwise people would refi every time interest rates went down a half-percent. Basically, Barry thinks that banks should operate for free.
tryanmax: he's ONLY about making producers pay for takers. he doesn't give a flip about how it will effect the banks. Barry still gives me a gigantic BLECH.
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