Obama has a new campaign called “I believe.”
Where have I heard that line before?
Obama’s got his own “I believe” routine. But it’s not nearly as funny:
Looking for a little bit of that Olympics magic, President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign will run an ad highlighting his middle class-focused economic pitch during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Games in London.
“We’re a nation of workers and doers and dreamers. We work hard for what we get. And all we ask for is that our hard work pays off,” Obama says in the 33-second commercial.
“I believe that the way you grow the economy is from the middle, out. I believe in fighting for the middle class, ’cause if they’re prospering, all of us will prosper. That’s the idea of America, and that’s why America is the greatest nation on Earth!”
Jeff Foxworthy: “I believe … that the only thing worse than having diarrhea is trying to have it quietly in a public place.”
The fact that Jeff Foxworthy is talking about nasty turds is only a coincidence and most surely has nothing to do with the turd a.k.a. Barack Obama.
Let me try this “I believe” stuff:
“I believe that while you can say ‘The only thing better than pizza is MORE pizza,’ you can’t say that about Obama’s socialism.”
“I believe that presidents who spend their entire four years in office wildly failing shouldn’t be spending their entire campaign warchest trying to insinuate that your opponent is less than perfect.”
Okay, okay, I agree: Jeff Foxworthy is better about making statements about Obama trying to be quiet in public places.
The fact of the matter is that Obama is “not paying off” very well for most Americans. And I believe that we need four more years of Obama the way we need more taxes, more failed business, more people on foodstamps and more people filing for disability because Obama has crippled them economically.