Monday, January 9, 2012

Dear Leader

I am really concerned about North Korea's appointment of the "dear leader", Kim Jung Ill's youngest son to be the new leader of North Korea -- a nuclear power! After all, Kim Jung Un (pronounced Kim's young-un?) had NO military experience whatsoever before daddy made him a four-star general in the military.

This is a snot-nose twerp who has never accomplished anything in his life that that would even come close to military leadership: he hasn't even so much as led a cub scout troop, let alone coached a sports team or commanded a military platoon. So, setting that aside, next they make him the "beloved leader" of the country. Terrific!!!

Oh, crap! I'm sorry. I just remembered that we did the same thing here. We took a community organizer who has never worn a uniform and made him Commander-in-Chief; a guy who has never led anything more than an ACORN demonstration and made him the leader of this country. Never mind.

Hat tip: Phil of Phils Phun

26 comments:

  1. LMAO...hopefully, we'll fix our mistake at the polls in November. My bumper sticker suggestion: NOvember to NObama.

    Lessee..we went from Kim Ill Sung, to Kim Jong Ill(prepared) to Kim Jong Un(prepared). And North Korea is better off than us how, unAmerican Left?

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  2. beloved leader... not. Succession without any experience and training means.. trouble.

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  3. hahaha!! oh don't you worry..we made the same mistake too..and maybe we got it even worst..:)

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  4. dear leader, America screwed up..

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  5. Having an experiences military guy wasn't so great for NK the last time so....

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  6. We were promised "change", and we certainly go what we asked for...just sayin'.

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  7. Too true! We've gotta fix this in November!!!

    Big hugs, honey...

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  8. Well, we sure hope it gets fixed in Nov. That was a good one Sandee. Oh so true. Take care. Are you excited yet??

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  9. At least our leader won't blow up the atomic bomb! Or will he? ;)

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  10. Ugh. I hope we don't have a rerun come Nov. srsly.

    Just say no to the incumbents. That's my motto this year.

    Big hugs xoxo

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  11. Yup, I'm with Sandy, we'll be fixing this in November.

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  12. Woof! Woof! Happy New Year! We are back from our longggg Holiday break.
    Got to do something this coming November ... catching up with all the stuffs we missed but will send you an email got a ? Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

    Visit my new (WP) blog: www.sugarthegoldenretriever.com

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  13. super! come November we will make amends!

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  14. Okay but remember one of our 'beloved leaders' was a former movie star.
    I loved his Bonzo stuff. ;)
    ..

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  15. He protested against Acorns? What did oak trees ever do to him?
    Hey you can't criticise the President. Remember what happened to the Dixie Chicks...
    (Trivial fact: The Dixie Chicks is who our Poodle Dixie was named after)

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  16. It's all a matter of perspective. As far as Our Dear Leader, look how well he has organized things in Washington. never in the history of our country has the looting of the treasury been so organized.

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  17. Did you see that North Korea is claiming he learned to drive at 3? It would all be funny, if it wasn't so scary.

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  18. Now we can only hope that America learned it's lesson and won't do such a thing again.

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  19. At least you got the chance to vote for your beloved commander, and the time will soon come to send him packing...

    I bet Kim Jung Un is good on X Box...that is something...

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  20. oh buggers, this is scary because it's so true! how can these things happen? i have no idea.

    hugs, bee
    xoxoxooxox

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  21. lol..is it 2012 yet huN?? hugssssss~!;)

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  22. Oh my gosh! That was too funny. I can't say I'm overly impressed with the candidates at this point. I can't pick one I actually like and would want to vote for at this point.

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  23. North Koreans = very very very crazy pepole

    Have a nice day :)

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  24. We have a lot in common with North Korea---lots of crazy people!!!

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  25. If elected leaders had to have experience leading, most politicians would be out of work.

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  26. LOL - At first I was wondering when you went all political. Brilliant comparison. It is quite interesting to watch US politics from the outside now.

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