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Saturday Toons: The Yes We Candy Man Can’t August 8, 2009


“Who can make the debt rise, sprinkle it with DNC donkey poo?

Cover everything in chocolate and make a racist out of me and you?

The Obama Candy Man can, oh the Obama candy man can…

The Obama Candy Man can cause he meets criticism with fear and makes Americans misunderstood.”

You must forgive my attempts to become an award winning lyricist but I could not help myself.  The golden tickets are all fake and the Obamabots are rising from the fields of poisoned poppies with a breakout of buyer’s remorse. The assessment of damaged egos will be far greater than we imagined.

(Afrocity puts on a huge smile)

Yesterday, I was watching Neil Cavuto on FOX NEWS. He was discussing Obama buyers remorse with a woman who openly admitted that she voted for Obama but is now disappointed in him. The woman said she felt that she was lied to and betrayed, sighting Obama’s campaign promises of change and transparency.

Stop the Tape!!!

What is oh so obvious about Obama’s supporters is their failure to do research into the life of their chosen candidate BEFORE THEY VOTED FOR HIM.

Who fell for Obama? Did you? Not I?

In terms of “Change You Can Believe In”  we had a candidate who bought his home from a criminal in a shifty real estate deal. We had  candidate who was caught embellishing stories about his past, who threw his own minister and grandmother under the bus. This was a man who lived in luxury in Chicago, while his aunt lived in Boston public housing projects. Is voting “present” change you can believe in? In terms of transparency, we had a candidate that would not release his college records, or his legislative history with the Illinois Senate.  There was evidence of Obama on tape admitting to his intentions to “spread the wealth”  and  bankrupt the coal industry.


John Kerry Loompah

John Kerry Loompah

My answer to this tragic mislead soul on the Neil Cavuto show: Lady, I am not sure what you saw but I know what I saw.  I saw what was not there. You saw what you wanted to see there. Cotton candy is spun sugar. Fluffy and white like a cloud.  Naive kids like me were suckers for a cotton candy vendor. Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago always made sure they positioned that cotton candy stand right by the sea lions where young Afrocity would see it.  How would I spend my two dollar zoo allowance? I could get a balloon but it may burst on the subway ride home. An orange creamsicle  would indeed hit the spot on a sweltering August day.  There was the zoo gift shop with puzzles of monkeys and such…Or there was cotton candy- a quick sticky instant gratification that melts in your mouth and then POOF! It’s gone and so is your money.  Afrocity, decided to buy a small cherry blast ICEE in order to stay cool, and save the left over 75 cents for later on.  I had learned my lessons early. Too many popped balloons by jealous kids, tiger jigsaw puzzles I never put together, and expensive sticky lips with nothing to show for it but breaking a sweat from swatting at yellow jackets, had proved that you should buy something that does what it says its gonna do without boring you to death or causing added headaches.  On that day at the zoo it was the friendly ICEE polar bear. He was sweet and kept me cool – just like he promised.

obama wonkaIn 2008 I chose John McCain and Sarah Palin.  McCain/Palin would have put our country first. McCain would not have signed the stimulus bill, or been involved in the Gates issue even if Gates was his friend. McCain would have governed instead of ruled. McCain would have listened to the people and responded to criticism with a listening ear and not the Jackass Gestapo. Obama is a walking distraction which makes for a terrible leader. America elected a star, not a president.  Unfortunately, it is this role that President Obama relishes. He is the Candy Man who made the world feel good…at the time. Now what? We have cherry red lips and a gut ache of a debt. We have a manchild “deer in the headlights” leader who stomps his feet and pouts during at the slightest hint of criticism.

obama2WonkaThankfully, conservatives are getting the word out concerning the Obama Candy Man and his Jackass Gestapo. We are drowning out moonbats from the liberal camp. No longer are we the silent minority. Michelle Malkin made me proud on The View last week. Please listen to Michelle’s plea to hold the Obama administration and all politicians accountable.  I love the way Michelle defends herself against these Obama ditto heads. By the way, it is not Michelle’s job to fix anything. She is simply pointing out the lies and corruption in the Obama administration. Notice how the women of  The View, never address Michelle’s findings with any counter argument of substance.

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23 Responses to “Saturday Toons: The Yes We Candy Man Can’t”

  1. mutnodjmet13 Says:

    Afrocity: Do you know what makes me madder than that type of voter? The anti-McCain conservative voter who voted FOR Obama in hopes that another Reagan would return.

    Michelle was awesome on The View.

    • manbearpig68 Says:

      I agree m13. I have an uncle like that. Conservative to the core but didn’t like McCain and voted for BO out of spite. Now he’s crying what have I done. Bonehead!!

      Why is Joy B on tv? MM did a great job on there..

    • johninca Says:

      Yeah, that spite voting for Obama was sort of like walking in front of a moving train and getting upset when it hits you.

    • Deathknyte Says:

      Regan is gone, we will not see his like again as long as the media is allowed to choose the candidates they prefer.

    • afrocity Says:

      The silent majority let us down in 2008.

  2. The audience was happy about getting a copy of the book–and that’s a ‘View’ audience! Hmmm. I do wonder how large is the group who are sick of the ruling class’ games? More than the MSM lets on, I’m sure.

  3. ARESAY Says:

    Stopthepresses psychics (psycho chics) using advanced crystal ball technology predicts that very soon the used car market will be flooded with repossessed cars. Thanks to the government’s Cash for Clunks program, giving money to people that otherwise could not afford to buy a new car and keep up the car payments. Another home mortgage type fiasco brought to you by the Democratic Party. Remember our psychics call it first.

  4. Kathy Barkulis Says:

    McCain has proven that he’s a conservative after all. He’s voted all this shit down, but many conservatives were worried about him before the election. Now we have O in the driver’s seat and he’s got a lead foot. But I’ll keep on speaking up and exercising my right to dissent.

  5. Peter Says:

    Report me to the Obamastpo for I first voted against him and now I speak against his oddball amatuer plans. A man (?) that has spent his life running nothing but his mouth is trying to run the country. Funny how for well over a hundred years the President didn’t have much to do, except in times of war.

  6. Just found your blog. Love it! Only blog I have favorited. What a breath of fresh air. But I am envious of your guitar collection. I’ll keep an eye on you, love what I see. Keep up the good work.

    • afrocity Says:

      Thank you, you keep your hands off my guitars and car! 😉

      • LJSNAustin Says:

        SERIOUSLY!?!?!? I just now took a look at the guitars! OMG. Do you play? Someone who lives at my house and plays guitar will be so jealous of that collection!

  7. Michelle Malkin has more cajones than most men. Good job Michelle!

  8. Butters Says:

    AMEN! Preach it Sister! Preach it!

    • afrocity Says:

      I cannot find the clip of the woman on Cavuto. It was from Friday.

      • wmcb Says:

        I saw it. Cavuto nailed her, though subtly and gently. He kept asking her WHY she thought Obama was going to do all those things? What in his history led her to believe he would?

        Anyone who had looked at the man’s record AT ALL would not be surprised now that he’s a disaster. I’m not.

  9. Kei Says:

    Love it! Another great job Afrocity. And hey, I think you’re a pretty good lyricist. I laughed out loud on the song!

  10. boldandbald Says:

    Does this mean that Kool Aide is being replaced by Fizzy Lifting Drink?

    Rave on Michelle Malkin!

  11. meeee2 Says:

    Exposing the character of the people who Obama keeps close is a definite necessity. There were so many who refused to grasp the significance of those he called his friends and mentors that they need to be able to associate what’s happening to their wealth and security with Obama’s judgment.

    MM is not someone who I put a great deal of credibility in…I am 180 degrees different than her on the mission in Iraq, and don’t know how anyone can still say they believed in that action.

    • Kathy Barkulis Says:

      I believed in that action. Mistakes were made, but our troops performed brilliantly, and we won. The victory was that we deposed Saddam who was intent on selling weapons to terrorists, and Iraq now has a young democracy. This was a noble effort. I agree with MM on that.

  12. boldandbald Says:

    Personally, I don’t see how anyone can look at the relative freedom that the Iraqis have now, as opposed to what they suffered under Saddam, and say that our actions there were wrong. As Kathy said, yes there were mistakes made, but I believe the biggest mistake that we could make going forward would be to abandon the Iraqi people at this time, when their future is so precarious.

    Our Declaration of Independence states:

    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

    Note that it doesn’t say all Americans, it says “all men” (which I think we can all agree means all mankind). Freedom is not something that we, alone, as Americans, are entitled to. It is something that everyone, everywhere is entitled to. And while we certainly can not go around invading every country that has a dictator, we do have a responsibility to help in whatever way we can to bring freedom to all people in the world. And when a situation in a country becomes such that it is a threat to the security of all freedom loving countries then we are best served by acting offensively, rather than sitting back and trying to defend our own little piece of the world and saying to hell with everyone else. We tried that in WWII and it was seen as weakness by the Japanese, so they attacked us. Had we acted much earlier who knows how much death and destruction could have been averted. If a day comes when there is another World War, chances are it will start in the Middle East, and if we can avert that by acting now, than I believe we would be much better off in the long run.

    I am proud of, and grateful to, our troops for what they have accomplished in Iraq and throughout the world.

  13. joanelle Says:

    Afrocity – you did it again! GREAT post.

    I don’t think he’s as bright as people give him credit for – The DNC (Pelosi & Reid) is seriously guilty of circumventing the process and the Republican’s are guilty of not stepping up with a stronger candidate or giving John M. more support. It was a “perfect storm”

    Our 15 year-old neighbor keeps asking “what about impeachment?” The kid may have a point. Eventually something will have to stop the madness.

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