Those of you who read this blog might be under the impression that I’m some kind of a conservative whackjob, or even a libertarian whackjob. That’s just simply stereotyping me and it’s not fair. In fact, you’re even wrong and here’s why. I support the reelection of our great, wonderful, and outstanding president, Barack Obama.

I believe trillion dollar budget deficits for as far as the eye can see is brilliant economic policy. “Yes we can” have it all. We can have universal health care for everybody, keep a vast military presence on the four corners of the Earth, unemployment checks for life, bailouts for all industries, green jobs, protect entitlements for seniors, and wealth for everybody. If the money runs out, all we have to do is print some more. Everybody wins!

Just as brilliant is our president’s tax plans. He plans on soaking on those evil bastards who make over $250,000 a year with higher taxes. After all, things like hard work and owning small businesses that create jobs are not fair. He will make all Americans pay their fair share!

I also like how our president has led on civil liberties. Except for his war on medical marijuana, his flip-flopping on closing Gitmo, signing the NDAA which permits the indefinite detention of American citizens, classifying conservatives and libertarians as “domestic terrorists”, experimenting with ways to implement gun bans, and other minor things; he has done a heck of a job.

Finally, I like the fact he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. He then preceded to earn it by sticking to President George W. Bush’s timeline of withdrawal in Iraq. He followed that up by expanding our military presence in Afghanistan. In addition, he has authorized drone strikes in Yemen, Pakistan, Somalia, and many other countries, known and unknown. Finally, in his most crowning achievement for world peace and without consulting the United States Congress as required by the Constitution, he led a war in Libya which removed Gaddafi from power and empowered various local tribal chieftains and gangsters to replace him. This last reason should be a good libertarian reason to support Obama because there is the possibility that a good anarcho-capitalist paradise might develop in Libya just like in Somalia before those bastards from the Islamic Courts council had to go and ruin it.

I hope all of you will join me in supporting our President’s reelection. Thank you and God Bless America.

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