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Quote of the Day || May 7, 2014

“The president has a 21st-century strategy for combating climate change which includes carbon sequestration, retrofitting factories, and plugging the ass of every cow in Wisconsin.”

– White House advisor John Podesta

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

28 Responses to Quote of the Day || May 7, 2014

  1. Blaming the poor innocent cows for global warming is so mean. Everyone knows that illegal aliens from Mexico and their love for their frijoles is the culprit.
    Nobody listens to me, global warming is the illegal alien’s fault and being all PC and friendly doesn’t change the facts. They’re not only sinking our country, they’re stinking it too.

    • Quote: “As President I will do my part by no longer flying back and forth from the White House to the golf course or vacation or to a fundraiser. Instead, I’ll stay on the golf course or on vacation or on the campaign trail.”

  2. Off topic:
    The issue was just mentioned again on FOX about O proposing an
    Interstate Toll.
    Weren’t those roads paid for decades ago.
    I have a better idea. A huge toll for him on every route he takes in the golf cart!

    • And don’t forget all that stimulus money that was going to be used for shovel ready jobs on our highways and bridges. Quark-billions of taxpayer money. Huge piles of it stored in warehouses.Then, holy cow (the very same cows as mentioned above), Obama couldn’t find any shovel ready jobs. Not a single one in the whole country. So he gave the peoples’ money to foreign banks and his friends.

      • He must have a friend in the sign making business because the only thing that came out of $1.3 million of taxpayer money was those huge signs declaring the success of the “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act”

        • I always wondered how much those big signs cost. I live in a tiny unincorporated community (about 2000 people). We got 2 of those signs. They changed a 3-way stop to a traffic circle. Created 1.5 jobs for a cost of $3+ million.

        • And orange cones. A few years ago we did a cross country trip and they were everywhere. At the time I said we should have invested in the company that makes them. Didn’t think about it being an Obama buddy.

  3. Add to that the mandatory installation of microchips on everyone who lives in this country and monitor every time a person farts. A tax for every fart will fund the effort to stop climate change . . . er, climate whatever they’re callin’ it now.