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Obama years make good Seinfeld episodes

May 2, 2016

The brilliant premise for Seinfeld Show was that it is a show about nothing!  We got to learn about the quirks and qualities of the assorted characters personalities as they dealt with their small dreams and petty problems. They dwelled on their problems in group discussions at the local diner.  Many of their plot complications involved treading lightly on considering any response that might irritate their buddies and confidants.

Jerry  Seinfeld was a unique lead character because his personality was not assertive or even important in the constellation of New York superstars. It occurs to me that our president Obama has made a point of doing nothing.  He excels in long winded answers to questions that say nothing.  Instead of hanging out in a diner, he travels to free load at countries around the globe to criticize the country he visits, while offering advice nobody wanted.

Many reporters have tried to get a clear short answer to questions on the problem of the day. My favorite standard answer from Obama is that he first learned about every major problem by seeing it in the news. He only knows what the reporters know!  This line is equivalent of “Yada, yada, yada.”

Obama proves he loves controversy to derail any serious debate.  You can count on his annual national day of prayer comment that the atrocities and deaths from The Crusades over a thousand years ago prove Christians need to repent for Muslim deaths.  It seems Christians need to catch up on killing more Muslims to balance out the huge death count of Christians now by Muslims. Any worries about Muslim terrorists are an insult to even discuss because “That is not who we are!”

It was funny to see Obama claim “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor!  If you like your health insurance, you can keep your insurance!”  Of course, he regrets we were too dumb to realize that his Obamacare law made our health insurance policy illegal, so we had to switch insurance.  That was a misunderstanding and not a outright lie?

Life in Manhattan for average people was focus of Seinfeld.

Life in Manhattan for average people was focus of Seinfeld.



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  1. May 2, 2016 4:08 pm

    Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal and commented:
    Kramer’s license plate: ASS MAN
    Obama’s license plate: MAN ASS

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