Barack Obama, the world's greatest orator (although you wouldn't know it by how cranky Michelle is all the time), unleashed his rapier-like gift for witty, nuanced wordplay on Wednesday when he called Paul Ryan's GOP budget proposal a "stinkburger" and a "meanwich." He may also have said that Ryan has cooties and booger-breath, although Hope n' Change had lost interest in his speech by then and wandered off to the liquor cabinet.
(And speaking of a liquor cabinet, if Hillary is elected president, we bet that's what she'll appoint. Think about it.)
Okay, unlike the president we'll try to refrain from further sophomoric jokes and name-calling because, also unlike the president, we take our nation's debt crisis seriously.
Ryan's plan would cut $5.1 trillion in government spending and balance the books in 10 years. The Democrat budget would...uh...oops - they don't have one again this year. But absent any actual numbers, Barry has been calling for massive new government spending to end the "era of austerity" that nobody but he can see (much like the Unicorns in the White House rose garden).
Sadly, Hope n' Change doesn't expect to hear this president engage in serious, adult discussion of budget issues anytime soon. But maybe he just can't - after all, what's more natural than a third grade vocabulary for a third rate president?
Order it in a "Happy Meal" and get a free golf ball!