1/08/2009

Comic Kool-aid


Synopsis:

The comic starts with Spider-Man's alter-ego Peter Parker taking photographs at the inauguration, before spotting two identical Obamas.

Parker decides "the future president's gonna need Spider-Man," and springs into action, using basketball to determine the real Obama and punching out the impostor.

Obama thanks him with a fist-bump.

I hate to tell you but this is not a cleverly made up post or a joke. This is for real people. We won't be able to tell the difference between Marvel Comics and Chris Matthews before the end of the month. Kool-aid around and check your brains at the door. The statues of our new leader will be going up soon. What? When Obama said that building up our infrastructure would be the job stimulus program did you think it would be roads and bridges? Sell your shares of Apple and buy stock in cement!!!

10 comments:

Misfit410 said...

Obviously the one that missed the ball and had no idea what to do with it was the real Obama.

cube said...

Remember the sound Lurch used to make in the old Addams Family sitcom? You know, the deep, resounding "Uhhhhhhhhhh" sound. Well, that's the sound I made when I read about this.

We are in for an interesting four years.

Uhhhhhhhhhh.

Brooke said...

As I said at Cube's site, SAY IT AIN'T SO, SPIDEY!!!

I'm gonna puke, I swear I'm going to. Get me a pail!

I remember that sound, Cube. I'm making it too...

Z said...

"Buy stock in cement" NOT a bad ideaaaa.

Thanks for your hilarious captions for the presidential photo, Pops! GREAT!

heidianne jackson said...

no, i'm betting the statues will all be in bronz. more elitist that way.

i'm making the sound, too. it's awful and it's going to get worse before it gets better.

Yehudi said...

The 3rd chapter of Daniel immediately comes to mind.

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Chuck said...

Uhhhhhhhhhh

Hard to expand on this

Anonymous said...

Uhhhhhhhhhhhh

-Lurch

Ducky's here said...

Be thankful someone has a sense of humor. Should prove valuable getting out of the mess we are in.