Sunday, August 10, 2008

Defining Barack Obama: “Phony Smile on an Empty Suit”

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“Obama” = “Phony Smile on an Empty Suit”
It is well known that a word’s meaning can be inferred from its context, or the way it is used in a sentence. As an example, “to nifong” means to falsely accuse someone of a crime for personal gain, whether political or financial. Robert A. Heinlein’s “Pravda means ‘Truth’” was written so the context of “Pravda” meant bovine excrement.

Obama’s chief supporters are a woman with what looks a ring or stud in her tongue and a crush on Barack Obama, along with George Soros, Allan Houston, Jeremiah Wright, Al Sharpton, and

We have finally come to the conclusion that “Obama” is an obscure word that means “Phony Smile on an Empty Suit,” a point underscored by this picture of him with a prominent racist and anti-Semite.

(The way Sharpton’s tongue is hanging out, he must be fantasizing over a burning Jewish-owned store in Harlem, like Freddy’s Fashion Mart.)

Please circulate this definition as widely as possible, to keep this fraud from getting anywhere near the White House except as a tourist.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It gets a little to define Barack Obama as a "Phony smile on an empty suit". As you have said, a meaning of a word depends on how it was used or in such cases on proximity.

Speaking in terms of his smile quality, (this time I mean it literally) the President has a wonderful set of teeth. Many of cosmetic dentistry (Raleigh-based) admire it. Moreover, even the local group of politicians started to become conscious of their smile. A lot of them now visits cosmetic dentist (Raleigh, NC-based) for dental enhancements.

Now, for a more figurative meaning, Phony means " conceited, fake or false". Having a false smile in an empty suit results to a double negative. In terms of mathematics, it becomes a positive. So, would that mean he still has a meaningful smile?