Yes we can! Obama will take care of them.
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So, I must confess, I have been tempted to make a joke about something, but I held back. I held back because it involves the children. I’m talking about the children that are arriving unaccompanied all across the US Southern border. And the joke was going to be, “How long’s it gonna be before these kids start arriving with ‘I love Obama’ shirts?'” But I didn’t mention that because I thought people might think it’s a bit insensitive and not taking the situation seriously.
And, lo and behold, every time I either think about or actually make a joke about these people, it comes true! The kids are arriving wearing Obama “Yes, we can” tennis shoes. I have the photo. I have proof right here, ladies and gentlemen. Some of this is hilarious. It is something that you joke about, “They would never do this. They would never.” But they’re doing it!
This is no different than shortly after Obama was immaculated we go to some school and the little kiddies would be singing “Barack Hussein Obama! Mmm! Mmm! Mmm!” And of course they didn’t know what they were singing. They were just put up to it. And it was an indication of just how narcissistic and self-absorbed this administration is, and it was a great window, if people were willing to admit it, into the mind of Obama and the way he views himself as a ruler, as an idol, as an icon, and doesn’t mind if people look at him that way. I would be embarrassed, but that’s another story.
“Some of the illegal immigrants surging across the US border from Central America and creating a growing humanitarian crisis may be wearing tennis shoes emblazoned with images in praise of President Barack Obama, according to Dennis Michael Lynch at his website, DMLDaily. ‘I’ve received two sets of photos from two contacts at the border,’ Lynch explains. ‘I cannot validate the authenticity of the pictures. But I can say the agents who sent these to me is among a handful of agents who have sent me accurate information over the past few months.'”
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