Recently President Hussein and his super side-kick Joe Biden hopped out of the "Hope"-mobile and popped into an ordinary burger joint. Interestingly enough, the (allegedly) non-biased liberal cheerleader MSNBC crews "just happened" to be there to record and hype this particularly droll non-event as a "lunch with the guys" kind of thing.
(Here's the write-up at "Legal Insurrection.")
The fun started when President ordered Dijon mustard on his burger. For some strange reason, MSNBC obscured the audio over those words at that point. It seems the liberal press was paranoid their Messiah would be criticized over his choice of a French condiment, so they covered it up.
Conservative commentators around the country sensed a prime opportunity for fresh mockery, like sharks catching the scent of blood in the water. Naturally, sarcasm came to the fore and they all had a good time lampooning MSNBC's devotion to Obama so feverish that they fear public knowledge of his mustard.
Then, all hell broke loose. Liberals not in on the joke have been whipping up a firestorm over this NON-EVENT, accusing the conservatives of doing the very thing that MSNBC was paranoid about. Totally unable to recognize humor when they see it, the liberals shrieked: "Those mean conservatives are criticizing our Messiah for his choice of mustard! Burn the conservative heretics!"
The truth is, conservatives could care less what Mr. Hussein has on his burger.
The fact of the matter is that liberal media has gotten so hysterical nowadays that they feel they have to sanitize a video of Mr. Hussein eating a burger. I find it interesting that the animal-rights and vegitarian armies have been strangely silent over the episode -- after all, their Messiah was seen eating unholy things like meat.
I get the feeling that if I opened up a shop filled with Obama candles, Obama altars, and Obama coffee mugs I could make one heck of a profit -- especially if I set it up outside MSNBC headquarters.