When Andrew Jackson ran for president in 1828, his opponents tried to label him a "jackass" for his populist views and his slogan, "Let the people rule." Jackson, however, picked up on their name calling and turned it to his own advantage by using the donkey on his campaign posters. During his presidency, the donkey was used to represent Jackson's stubbornness when he vetoed re-chartering the National Bank.
Mrs Al CzarwearyI am hearing that Dear Leader is liking to be of giving the ass kicking but is liking to be of receiving the ass licking.
I hear you Mrs. Al!
Red SquareWhether it's bringing change to BP, Wall Street, Afghanistan, or Arizona...
Looking at that picture, it seems to say - May the "real ass" please stand ;-)
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I have briefed the Zimbabwe Department Of Disappearances Without A Trace about her whereabouts. Her door will be kicked in one dark and stormy night.
Do not be of great concerns, Leninka, as I understand it, the Obama
LeninkaComrades, this is embarrassing. That dufus Sarah Palin has kicked Dear Leader in the Ass in this speech. She must be purged.
At least the color of her outfit is appealing.
aaak, Krugman looks as if he's praying!! I hope it is to glorious dear Leader and not to some unknow god of his own making, which is such a tendency of 'our people ™ '.