Sounds like a smart plan to me.
If, then, you’re aware of any anti-Obama rhetoric going on out there, I urge you to report it to the Obama thought police:
Here are a handful of them:
From DrFreeLance: “I saw a werewolf drinkin a pina colada at Trader Vic’s, and his hair was perfect.”
From chuckdevore (Republican state legislator in California): “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean a big majority of us isn’t out to get you…”
From EddieRobbins: “My neighbor removed his Obama bumper sticker. I think he’s a racist.”
From DickMeyers: “Bless me #AttackWatch for I have sinned. I have muttered naughty words about our Dear Leader 9 times & have doubted his divinity a few times”
From joaniekensil: “Ate refried beans & chips for breakfast which is sort of racist foodist – Carbon emissions to follow.”
From PoliticalGravity: “Saw a kid with a lemonade stand and she didn’t have a permit.”
From thorninaz: “Hey #attackwatch, I saw 6 ATM’s in an alley, killing a Job. It looked like a hate crime!”
And from the always excellent IowaHawkBlog: “#AttackWatch have you cried “uncle” yet? Because we can keep this up all f***in’ day.”
Most of these occurred within a two-minute time span.
Meanwhile, in related news, Michelle Obama is working hard to legislate what food our children are allowed to eat, because, as everyone knows, “you’re not free if you’re not healthy.” Darden Restaurants Inc., which was lucky enough to receive one of the coveted ObamaCare waivers (why you’d need or want a waiver for a piece of legislation as brilliant as Obama’s healthcare catastrophe is another subject for another time), has happily jumped onboard Michelle Obama’s nutritional campaign.