Obama on The Deficit

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Obama on The Deficit

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Translated for the hearing impaired. Also, animated version at:
http://www.toonhole.com/2 011/10/american-budget-de ficit/


I laugh too hard at this, know I'm late, but damn, been going through your old stuff, gold man, gold.

people are just so hard to please.

Ok so its not the best but i did get a good chuckle out of it and in my book that's all that matters

ToonHole responds:

We are the 99%.

ah huh

i dont understand how this is funny. even if it is animated it still is not that funny. im sorry i dont know what to think.

ToonHole responds:

You are the 1%.


Is it supposed to be funny because that's the republican policy?

ToonHole responds:

Eh, works better when animated. Did you check out hte link for the animated version? I can't upload .swfs to the art portal tho, and this doesn't warrant itself as a film.

I don't think this is partisan, like you're making it out to be. Obama voted for bail outs, just like Republicans would've. They're the same party. It's kinda a big issue on the Occupy Wall Street, if you're following it. We're constantly conceding to the 1%. It's about how we are told by our government "WE NEED TO TIGHTEN OURSELVES DOWN BY THE BOOTSTRAPS", but what that equates to is often tax cuts for the rich (renewing Bush tax cuts), and canceling of social programs for middle/lower classes. Pretty much, you're getting fucked. You're right tho, not so funny, more sad.

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