Hope and Change and Dysentery

Props to Sherri E for this:

Generate a Barack Obama Quote!

“I think it’s time we had a national conversation about dysentery. We need to get past all the Funions and recognize that we are our own best hope for overcoming doggie poops on the sidewalk. We need cookies, not discontentments. Cookies are our hope. And we need to have change in dysentery.”
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7 thoughts on “Hope and Change and Dysentery

  1. Ha! Here’s mine:

    “I think it’s time we had a national conversation about scratchiness. We need to get past all the wood ticks and recognize that we are our own best hope for overcoming Hollywood starlets. We need baby bunnies, not stretch marks. Baby bunnies are our warmth. And we need to have change in scratchiness.”

  2. ROTFL! That’s hilarious. Cookies are the answer. Ones with chocolate and espresso in them. Yummy. I think Barack could think better if he had one of them.

  3. Also, this:
    “These people haven’t had rainbows for fifty years. So you can’t be surprised if they get bitter and cling to their vomit and their bubonic plague and their death. That’s what my campaign is about. Teaching all the little people in this country that they can have cheese.”

  4. Huff. How dare you bring politics to your nice little blog. Mentioning Obama! Are you serious!? I may swear off your blog forever, just to show you that…wait. (“What’s that? Oh, I did? Oh, yeah. My bad.”) Um, MinnesotaMom? Just nevermind about everything I said up there. And I gotta go. Go change something. I’ll let you know what when I figure it out….but, until then, feel free to blog about politics if you want. It is, after all, your blog.

    Oh, and nice post by the way.

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