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Dec 25 2011

Obama’s Loss Will Send North Korea Even Deeper Into Mourning

If you think the terrorized slaves inhabiting North Korea acted upset about the timely demise of communist dictator Kim Jong Il, wait and see what happens if fellow socialist Barack Hussein Obama is dislodged from office in 2012:

Compliments of Granny Jan.

9 Responses to “Obama’s Loss Will Send North Korea Even Deeper Into Mourning”

  1. Mr. Galt says:

    If Obama is reelected in 2012, expect America to begin resembling North Korea in 2013.

  2. IslandLifer says:

    These actors are almost as good as the ones in Hollywood. Except if the Muslim doesn’t win it won’t be acting from Hollyweird we’ll be seeing.

  3. Stephen Dalton says:

    As Karl Marx said on the death of his son, “This s–t affects me deeply”. LOL!

  4. AC says:

    If Obama isn’t reelected in 2012, expect our neighborhoods to begin resembling Los Angeles in 1992.

  5. Dwaine says:

    I fear Obama will win re-election, because the GOP will not be able to attract those who voted for Obama just because he’s black. … damn!

  6. Son of Taz says:

    Good one Granny. Now how about one for Dizzy Miss Lizzy Warren?

  7. Joe says:

    In some of those shots, it’s hard to tell if they’re crying or laughing hysterically. I vote for the latter.

  8. Berlet98 says:

    Kim Jong-il, May He Not Rest in Hell

    Normally, it’s proper to show respect for the dead. Kim Jong-il, the bloodthirsty Communist dictator of North Korea is dead and deserved no respect, proper or otherwise.

    It’s time, though, to reflect on the passing of the man former Democrat president Jimmy Carter and the United Nations mourned and whose designated heir Carter wished great success.

    Apparently born Yuri Irsenovich Kim apparently in Siberia, apparently somewhere Kim decided he wasn’t Siberian and became Kim Jong-il and ruled North Korea in high heels for some 17 years until his apparent death on December 17th or 19th.

    Many things are only “apparent” regarding the late despot except his official DPRK titles among which were General Secretary of the Workers’ Party of Korea, Chairman of that country’s National Defense Commission and Supreme Commander of the Korean People’s Army–and unofficial titles of “Dear Leader,” “Generalissimo,” and “Great Father of People.”

    My favorite Kim title is ”Biggest Fruitcake on the Asian Stage,” not including Hawaii which President Barack Hussein Obama said recently was in Asia.

    Among Kim Jong-il’s accomplishments in the “hermit kingdom” were killing millions of his people, starving millions more, maintaining gulags tenanted by 200,000 political prisoners, and establishing North Korea as the most backward nation on the planet this side of Somalia.

    As North Koreans were eating the bark off trees to ward off starvation, Kim found the funds to develop missile and nuclear capacities to threaten his neighbors, another feather in his cap not cited by either Mr. Carter or the U.N.

    Granted, former President Jimmy Carter has been struggling with senility demons and a desperate search for a legacy following a failed presidency.

    Granted, the United Nations is a boil on the world’s arse controlled by the Third World and struggling to seem relevant and objective.

    However, have Carter and the U.N. lost what remained of their collective minds to, in Jimmy’s case, send condolences to North Korea and best wishes for success to his son Kim Jong-un and, in the sorry case of the United Nations, offer up a moment of silence in dad’s honor?

    Condolences for what? . . .
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