Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Obama will bring truth and justice to a land that has never known neither

As predicted here two years ago on this blog, Barack Obama has become America's first legitimate President. He has much to do. America's crimes against humanity are many and it may take a generation to address them all but it starts tonight. The world celebrates today's defeated of wickedness.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

What? Don't you mean first president voted in with political correctness in mind

Anonymous said...

You are a loon.

...google it.

Anonymous said...

now that the election is over, and you've failed in your attempt to keep Obama from getting elected, are you going to tell us who you REALLY are?

That's what I've been waiting for all this time.

Oh, and don't forget, you were going to explain why you lied to all your readers about that Jesus picture.

millie said...

Now that the election is over, I doubt Professor Red will be able to keep any of the humor of this blog going...he's been so wrapped up in election humor for the last few months that I don't think he's got anywhere to go from here.

ferdie said...

agreed. I think he should just tell us who he is, and close down the blog. It certainly lost its appeal (and humor) to me several months ago - I only come around here in hopes that he's going to do a "farewell speech" in which he tells us who he really is.

Anonymous said...

I agree too. He should just wrap it up and call it a day. The blog was funny for awhile back in the day. But lately it's just been lame, and now I don't think he can recover any of the funniness of the old days.

So, let's call it quits now, Red. I tell you what. I know others want you to explain why you lied to us about the Jesus picture, but I figure it was all just part of the joke, so I don't mind if you never explain it. I just want to know who you really are.

Anonymous said...

BLACK POWER!

Anonymous said...

WHITE PEOPLE GET THE HELL OUT!

Anonymous said...

This is an odd sort of blog I've stumbled upon, and I must admit it does perplex me a bit.

I don't understand why the author (Professor Red? is he really a professor?) is making this whole election about race. I mean, it wasn't until this morning that I even thought to myself, "Oh, cool! We have our first black president!"

Last night I was completely focused on, "Oh, cool, we have Democrat control in both the legislative and executive branch!"

I suspect republicans were thinking the opposite - "Oh, no! We have Democrat control in both the legislative and executive branch" And, then, as an afterthought, "Oh, cool, we have our first black president."

I checked the blogger's profile, and he lives in CAR, so it's understandable that he doesn't really have a clue how things work here in the USA - it just strikes me as odd that he would bother creating a blog when he's so clearly clueless about perceptions on race relations in the US.

Garth said...

oh, man! I thought this blog was SERIOUS, until I found the link to the "Tim Bob" blog!

Anonymous said...

WAIT! This guy isn't even from the US? Oh, that makes it even funnier!

Anonymous said...

Well, call me stupid, but I never even realized that Professor Red was a McCain supporter who was trying to make Obama look stupid with his insane ramblings. But now I read the comment, and it all falls into place.

Anonymous said...

I bet your in a constant state of orgasm now aren't you mr first?

Anonymous said...

WORD! So after all this, Professor Red comes out as a McCain supporter? Ha ha! I bet not even Tim Bob saw that coming!

Anonymous said...

Actually, I think this was a theory Tim Bob proposed - or at least they hinted about it in one of the interviews he did with Professor Red.