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Well, it begins. Obama is now planning to sink his teeth into a young feline, beloved and sacred to many in the Democratic community, especially among the progressives at Daily Kos.

Approximately 27 minutes into his address, the president is expected to turn around and face Vice President Biden, who will hand him a 4-6 week old Domestic Shorthair kitten. The president will then rotate back to the chamber, look directly into the camera, and begin consuming the kitten, starting at the neck, according to well-placed sources.

The plan is to further outrage true progressives.

The idea behind this plan is to reveal the president's kitten-chompong proclivities on camera in front of the American people prior to answering subpoenas issued by the new Republican-controlled House, which are expected to request documents regarding all sorts of things, with or without validity - including, potentially, documents pertaining to kitten-eating.

If these reports (from Politico, HuffPo, the National Enquirer, the Weekly World News, and my neighbor Wally) are true, we need to RUN not walk to find a serious primary challenge to this cynical and completely destructive President.  

Two years of this crap from Barack Obama makes me actually miss George W. Bush.  At least George W. Bush, if he did indeed eat live kittens, did so in porivate.  Now that a Democratic President is eating live kittens, he will likely get Democratic support and finally feast on the adorable pets that we have been trying to protect for so long.

Barack Obama is probably the worst President I have ever had to live through.  His general auro of bloodthirsty kitten-eating is pissing on the Democratic base and has been simply disgusting.

Shame on all of us for not listening to Hillary Clinton in 2008 when she warned that Obama was a poor fit for the White House and a live kitten eater because he is.  

Not only has he destroyed the Democratic party, now he is destroying a sacred Democratic house pet.  

Its time to draft either Russ Feingold or Howard Dean or anyone else who doesn't eat live kittens to challenge Obama in 2012.  Of course, many people here will say that "there will be no primary challenge".  Well, that attitude could well cost us sacred Democratic house pets, like fluffy kittens.  

He needs to be stopped.  
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(Given that, at some point, the context for the above will be long forgotten, this diary was written shortly after this diary. Why either received the response they did is a mystery to me.)

Originally posted to Pfffft. on Sun Dec 19, 2010 at 07:05 PM PST.

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