Some other wingnut imagines White House invite

18 05 2009

There seems to be a lot of this going around lately. In some sort of collective masturbatory fantasy, random conseratives with terrible web sites somehow keep imagining that President Obama has personally invited them to the White House to talk about taxes or teabags or the Red Sox or christ knows what else. Then, when the meeting invariably does not occur, they get all pouty and yell some things about socialism on AM radio or PJTV or maybe just to their cats.

This is another one of those stories, except even more fun because it involves costumes.

From terrible Typepad website Atlas Shrugs:

OBAMA SUMMONS YOU TUBE PATRIOT TO THE WHITE HOUSE – CALLS PATRIOTISM “DISTURBING”

The man who created two phenomenally successful “We The People” YouTube videos urging Americans to stand up against Congress and reclaim their republic now – or perhaps lose it forever – reportedly has been summoned to the White House by President Obama to discuss the subject matter of the short films.

Bob Basso, who posts videos under the name funbobbasso on YouTube, has created videos in which he portrays Thomas Paine, author of the “Common Sense” pamphlet that made the case for independence during the American Revolution.

Here’s Bob as Tom Paine:

This is the opposition, folks. Yep. Boy-howdy. Yessir.

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20 05 2009
Lydia

Wow, the opposition is Funbob. Funbob is getting me all intimidated.

20 05 2009
blogenfreude

Atlas Juggs has also proved conclusively that Obama’s father is Malcolm X. She is blogging gold.

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