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The Chocolate Bunny Surprise

Posted by cann0nba11 on February 19, 2008

When I was a kid I would look forward to Easter Sunday. I would wake up and race to the living room to see what the Easter Bunny left me. Usually it was a large, colorfully wrapped colorful basket full of all sorts of sugary goodness. Sometimes there was a big boxed chocolate bunny next to the basket. I”d open the box, bite into the rabbit and BAM…

It was hollow.

As a younger child I didn’t care. Chocolate was chocolate. But as I got older I learned about solid chocolate bunnies. You bite into an ear and it takes some serious jaw pressure to take a chunk out of it. Solid chocolate bunnies are substantive. They last a long time. Hollow rabbits may be sufficient for superficial chocolate fans, but as a grownup they leave me empty, wanting for more. Barack Bunny

Barack Obama is a hollow chocolate bunny. He looks great on the outside. He says great things. But when you try to sink your teeth into him (metaphorically speaking of course) you find a hollow core.

His voting record is even hollow. He has failed to vote on legislation a staggering amount of times. Obama is calling for ”change” and talks about ”hope” to throngs of political lemmings. Yet his record has no substance. It”s hollow.

America needs a leader of substance. Someone that stands for legitimate values, not vaporware intangible concepts that cannot be legislated. Barack Obama certainly has the best of intentions, but he (and his wife) are not fit to lead America at this time.


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