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Sunday, November 9, 2008

Obama's dirty little secret

LINK TO PAGE of this citation (below my comments).

I wanted to actually comment on this quote from the cited page.

"I'm very sorry, sir, but you cannot board this plane with that cigar," said the agent. "But the cigar isn't lit," said my friend, "and I don't intend to light it."

"I'm sorry, but that doesn't matter. Your cigar is a threat to the other passengers."


How the he!! can an unlit cigar be a threat to passengers on a plane? That's nothang but an unlit cigar in the dude's mouth. Not a handgun.

Speaking of handguns, betta get yours now if you haven't already. Since I hear Obama intends on taking away the right to use firearms. Although that Obama law ain't gonna stop folks around here from getting guns illegally. People are already buying Newport packs illegally. No law is gonna stop em from getting a gun in an alley or a street.



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This is being written on Election Day. I will cast my vote for John McCain, but I'm sure when you read this, all will be lost, and Barack Obama will be President of the United States.

PRESIDENT OBAMA'S DIRTY LITTLE SECRET

Let me set the record straight. I don't smoke – I haven't touched a cigarette in 30 years. I don't represent a tobacco company, nor do I ever intend to represent one in the future.

But I'm appalled by the way smokers are treated.

We tax them unmercifully and force them to stand like dogs outside their workplaces, in the dead of winter, puffing on cigarettes that will eventually kill them.

Smokers are the most maligned, put-upon group of people in the world.

If you're a smoker and you light up, even your loyal pet dog looks at you with disdain. Take one lousy puff and everyone hates you.

How bad is it? Even liberals who claim they love everyone openly hate and persecute cigarette smokers. They are far kinder to heroin junkies than they are to those unfortunate people who can't break their cigarette addictions.

Libertarians are in favor of taking away smokers' rights.

People who are ready to forgive Son of Sam and Charles Manson won't give their mother a break if they catch her puffing on a Marlboro. Even those who are not smoking but just carrying an unlit cigar or cigarette are being harassed by the non-smoking Mafia.

This is a true story. A few years ago a friend of mine who was desperate to quit smoking decided to wean himself off the weed by keeping an unlit cigar clenched in his teeth. One day as he was boarding a flight from Santa Fe to Los Angeles he was stopped by the agent who was checking passengers onto the plane.

"I'm very sorry, sir, but you cannot board this plane with that cigar," said the agent. "But the cigar isn't lit," said my friend, "and I don't intend to light it."

"I'm sorry, but that doesn't matter. Your cigar is a threat to the other passengers."

"But it's not lit. I don't have matches on me."

"But it's a threatening gesture to the other passengers and I cannot let you on board."

My friend had to pocket the cigar and then get on the plane.

The sad fact is that non-smokers, in the name of fresh air, are persecuting smokers with a vengeance.

So what have we done today? We have put a smoker in power. Yes, Barack Obama is a smoker. Here is a quote by Barack Obama on his cigarette addiction:

"I'm struggling with those. I've quit before. It's one of those habits that creep up when you're stressed and you have to shake it off. It's not something I'm proud of."

But what if he's the stealth candidate of the all-powerful cigarette lobby?

Remember, there are 45 million smokers (and voters) still puffing away in the United States. What if Obama is their new poster child?

What an inauguration that will be. Imagine Obama – a cigarette dangling from his mouth – taking the oath. Delivering a great speech about protecting the rights of oppressed smokers, the speech punctuated by a hacking cough. Then, of course, comes reality. Even the President must obey the anti-smoking laws of the land.

I can't wait until some enterprising photographer with a long-range lens treats the world to a picture of our new President on January 21st. He's standing in a doorway outside the White House in his shirtsleeves, freezing his ass off because the law says he can't smoke in the White House. So our new President Barack Obama, puffing away on a Marlboro, takes his last few puffs, throws the butt down, steps on it, and then goes back into the White House to run the country.

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