Mr. Obama, Unhand That Big Bird


The folks behind Big Bird and Sesame Street are demanding release of the hostage held by the 0bama campaign. They want Big Bird set free.

Sesame Street isn’t amused. Sesame Workshop, a nonprofit educational organization that produces and owns the show, issued a statement Tuesday saying “we do not endorse candidates or participate in political campaigns. We have approved no campaign ads, and as is our general practice, have requested that the ad be taken down.”

This is the best that the ‘best and brightest’ over at the 0bunker can come with. This is all they’ve got. This is all the 0ne has. Holding a muppet up as a – er- human shield and praying people won’t notice just how empty their campaign really is.

Let’s see, there’s the dismal economy, Libya, murdered American diplomats, the Middle East in flames, shrinking middle class wealth, the looming fiscal cliff, part-time jobs designed to avoid ObamaCare dictates….

Come to think of it, hold Big Bird hostage IS an improvement for them.

That should tell you everything you need to know about the Obama presidency.

Cross-posted from the Crabitat.

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