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Coming soon to healthcare near you: The top 10 "Planned GrandParenthood" Slogans

Note: Bumped up from the May 2012 archive...

I posted this fake "Planned GrandParenthood" ad yesterday, and have since come up with a top 10 list of slogans for fictitious the organization. They're in no particular order...

 

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The only chocolate bunny you'll never want in your Easter basket

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This is probably the prayer Obama recites every Good Friday...

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Time to bring back a perennial personal favorite...

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Start your April 15th off right with this Tax Day poem!

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Counting Obama's wimpiness 6 ways to Sunday (literally!)

Bumped up from the 2012 archive with new comments

Not a bad title for a Saturday post :-)

So, back in 2012 Newsweek tried calling Mitt Romney a wimp...So much so that he shouldn't be president. Conservatives knew this was crap, especially compared to the pansy they were peddling to America...

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The idea healthy breakfast sanctioned by Obamacare?

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From The People's CubeiOwnTheWorld

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11 Ways Obama Sees Racism...

Note: In honor of "Throwback Thursday" I thought I'd bump up one of my favorites from 2012...

Follow up to my post about the Obama Race Video

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I hope, somehow, that all 7 million Obamacare "signups" get this achievement award I made for them...

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Holy smokes you should see Memeorandum. I'm not going to link to any of the libnorant posts gloating that Obamacare "met it's goal," but here's one headline from Politico: "Obamacare critics: Homina, homina, homina"

LOL...yeah, right. How's this for "homina"...Moron.

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Even if it came to this Democrats would still want amnesty for illegal aliens...

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Yup, this is NOT a very PC post...deal with it.

From iOwnTheWorld.

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20 slogans for major brands that are more honest than the real deal...

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My series of graphics about honest slogans in liberal advertising (see that post here) was in part inspired by my collection of these images.

Many of these (maybe all of them? I don't know) came from honestslogans.com.

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