|That would also explain his smooth maracas.|
In his never-ending quest to build a legacy, the president is normalizing relations with the oppressive communist dictatorship in hopes of increasing the number of investment opportunities for his wealthy donors, while decreasing the number of Cuban immigrants whose children might grow up to become conservative GOP presidential candidates.
While in Cuba, Mr. Obama will be staying at The Only Nice Hotel and have full use of The Only Running Car, and will attend a baseball game, give a speech to the locals, and no doubt visit one of Cuba's famous cigar factories where tobacco leaves are hand-rolled on the supple thighs of local virgins.
He will also visit a fully-socialized Cuban hospital which specializes in the treatment of supple thigh cancer.
BONUS: ROADS SCHOLARS
Okay, this didn't really happen - but the thought certainly crossed our mind on Saturday when liberal protesters in Arizona used cars to block the only highway leading to a Donald Trump rally, stacking up vehicles for miles (good luck if anyone needed an ambulance) and forcing drivers to steer into oncoming traffic.
Someone needs to explain to these groups, in small and easily understood words, the difference between protesting and creating dangerous and disruptive disturbances which are clearly in violation of the law and a threat to public safety and sanity.
|When asked what gave the protesters the right to suddenly slam on their brakes, they said "Freedom of screech."|
I only knew Glenn through his cartoons and a casual Facebook friendship, but am stunned by his sudden and unexpected loss. His wife Teresa posted: "Whether you tended to agree with him or fought against him with the fierce tenacity that politics engenders, keep up the efforts to be involved in the future of this country."
R.I.P. Glenn - you'll be missed.