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11/1/2014

Obama: Moms Staying At Home Is “Not a Choice We Want Americans to Make”

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 8:16 pm



They want to control your life:

Sometimes, someone, usually mom, leaves the workplace to stay home with the kids, which then leaves her earning a lower wage for the rest of her life as a result. And that’s not a choice we want Americans to make.

OK with you if some Americans make that choice anyway, bub?

72 Responses to “Obama: Moms Staying At Home Is “Not a Choice We Want Americans to Make””

  1. This guy.

    Patterico (9c670f)

  2. At least we know the leader of the Democrat Party has finally revealed which party is waging a war on women.

    Ag80 (eb6ffa)

  3. OK with you if some Americans make that choice anyway, bub?

    NO! I,I,I,I,Ear Leader, has spoken, and you will do as I say!

    Ibama (d89de1)

  4. He is such a douchenozzle.

    JD (285732)

  5. With an overall illegitimacy rate of 41%, 70% in the black community, getting baby mamas to go to work and off of public aid is a pretty conservative position, I think. I’m surprised at Obama saying such a thing.

    nk (dbc370)

  6. I know this is off-subject, but I have not been able to keep up with Patterico on a consistent basis. Is Sammy gone?

    Ag80 (eb6ffa)

  7. I think thre point there is that folks shouldnt be placed in a position where they are forced to choose that.

    joe (8f4a5c)

  8. He takes Saturdays off, Ag80. Starting at sunset on Friday until sunset on Saturday.

    nk (dbc370)

  9. This is not about getting anyone off public aid.

    Patterico (9c670f)

  10. Patterico! I was being sarcastic.

    nk (dbc370)

  11. Yes, he wants our schools to be babysitting services with the incidental benefit of increased membership in the teachers unions.

    nk (dbc370)

  12. First off, Obama does not want anybody punished with a baby.

    daleyrocks (bf33e9)

  13. nk: Well good for him. I did not know that.

    Leaving that behind, I am quite sure the Federal government is fully equipped to raise children in an efficient, loving manner much in the same way they treat veterans.

    Ag80 (eb6ffa)

  14. Anybody ever wondered how history might have been changed if abortion and birth control were freely available in Hawaii in 1960?

    gahrie (12cc0f)

  15. That’s strange… Before I read that 1st comment the first thought that I had after reading Obama’s horse$hit was “TFG can’t help himself”. What a maroon.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  16. He’s been this way always. This is nothing new.

    The things he says now are no more reckless and shocking than the things he’s always said. It’s just that some of us — well, not many of us who read and comment here, but some Americans, I guess — are finally perceiving him clearly, rather than through a haze of euphoric racial guilt expiation.

    Beldar (fa637a)

  17. I can’t believe I just heard that from a President of the United States.

    DejectedHead (532aac)

  18. I don’t know how this creature evolved, but he’s alien.

    Beldar (fa637a)

  19. (Yes, I denounce myself: Racist.)

    Beldar (fa637a)

  20. Sometimes, someone, usually mom, leaves the workplace to stay home with the kids, which then leaves her earning a lower wage for the rest of her life as a result. And that’s not a choice we want Americans to make.

    Hate to break it to you, but getting married and having an actual person as a husband is the first choice Obama and the left doesn’t want Americans to make.

    Let’s call this American “Julia.” Why not?

    http://thelifeofjulia.com/

    Barack Obama did.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/obamas-julia-ad-and-the-new-hubby-state/2012/05/11/gIQAcRdoIU_story.html

    “The Life of Julia,” the Obama campaign’s new interactive Web ad, follows a cartoon everywoman, Julia, through the milestones of a middle-class American life: education, work, motherhood, retirement. One milestone is pointedly missing: marriage.

    But, then again, why should Julia get married? She doesn’t need to. Like a growing number of single women with children, Julia is married to the state…

    Long before the War On Women, there was the War On Marriage (and yes, you-know-what is part and parcel of that). And the left has basically won. Because everybody is desperate to prove they’re not a homophobe, I guess, that they’re distracted by that side issue and they don’t see what’s really the desired end state.

    http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/09/24/379867/study-marriage-at-alltime-low-in-us/

    This society has lost interest in reproducing itself. Something will replace it. That something will be full of unaccompanied children. Some from Honduras and Guatemala. Some from Julia.

    Steve57 (c1c90e)

  21. Obama courts the Julias and single mother demo…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  22. Obama is a moron. It seems people have a difficult time coming to the obvious conclusion as to what Obama actually is. He’s not as smart as the guy at CarX who fixes your muffler. Seriously. Obama is a douche bag. ALL LIBERALS ARE.

    Gus (7cc192)

  23. What does MICHELLE OBAMA do for a LIVING?

    Gus (7cc192)

  24. What does MICHELLE OBAMA do for a LIVING?

    you do NOT want to know…

    8:)

    redc1c4 (b340a6)

  25. 😎

    #DOH!

    redc1c4 (b340a6)

  26. Of course Obama doesn’t want the housewife/mother model.

    Back in the days when many women chose that role, children were better educated, and would grow up understanding our government and civic responsibility, and would not have fallen for the empty rhetoric of an unqualified huckster like him.

    Estragon (ada867)

  27. Don’t forget – For liberals it’s a short step from a choice they don’t want you to make to a choice they won’t allow you to make. (See Healthcare.)

    Stephen Macklin (b52261)

  28. Oh, I get the point now. It’s all about teacher jobs and early indoctrination.

    They want your kids.

    Patricia (5fc097)

  29. I don’t know how this creature evolved, but he’s alien.

    Beldar (fa637a) — 11/1/2014 @ 9:34 pm

    I can’t lie to you about your chances. But you have my sympathies.

    SarahW (267b14)

  30. it’s bizarre, Beldar, how he is portrayed as sympathetic, when ‘the man who fell to earth’ more readily comes to mind’

    narciso (ee1f88)

  31. Say a woman leaves her position at a law firm to run a pottery business for ten years. After that, she goes back to her law firm and says “hey, pay me as if I’d stayed here for 10 years.”

    How would that fly?

    The logical result of this is that payment in an industry should be determined not by experience, but be pegged to the age of the worker. All 45-year-old workers should be paid the same, regardless of experience or time-in-service.

    Pious Agnostic (69ea46)

  32. Subsidize middle age, get more of it.

    Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Sally O mally . I’m proud to say that I am 50 years old. I’m not one of those gals who’s afraid to tell her age, and I like to kick!, stretch!, and KICK! I’m 50! 50 years old! 50 years old. Not afraid to hide my age, 50! $$$$$

    SarahW (267b14)

  33. It is strange where logic takes you when you start off with wrong premises.

    If one starts with a perspective that says economic well being is the greatest good, then choices that further happiness in other regards look wrong.
    It is a perspective as communist as anything. Income redistribution, wealth redistribution, looking to government as the source of stability and well being. As Beldar said above, none of this is different from when he was a proud member of the New Party back in the 90’s.

    I think it is Rush who often plays a clip of a couple of news anchors on the night of Obama’s election that, “We really don’t know that much about him”.
    DOH!!!!

    MD in Philly (f9371b)

  34. He’s such a clunky and stumbly speaker, and part of that is bad ideas, but also he’s busy hiding what he’s saying.
    Hs convinced he has to tweak and hide and fudge with language lest someone accuse him of what he actually means – take money from some – the wrong sort -people and give it to others who are the right sort.

    SarahW (267b14)

  35. All 45-year-old workers should be paid the same, regardless of experience or time-in-service.

    Or ability, or productivity or sobriety for that matter. Or any of the many things an employer considers when reviewing employee pay. It’s like we have to join a union, like it or not, and the government writes the contract. Didn’t they try this once?

    Kevin M (d91a9f)

  36. Yes that was the Brokaw and another anchor, on the Charlie Rose show,

    narciso (ee1f88)

  37. but we’re the ignorant ones, ya know:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzMas1bVidw

    narciso (ee1f88)

  38. Obama courts the Julias and single mother demo…

    Althouse today has an Obama the boyfriend thread today.

    Michelle did pretty well in the work world after Barry became a state senator. The U of Chicago gave her a job shifting welfare cases away from the U of Chicago Hospitals.

    It paid $316 thousand a year and the position was eliminated when Barry became president.

    The University of Chicago Medical Center has received a good deal of justly opprobrious press over its policy of “redirecting” low-income patients to community hospitals while reserving its own beds for well-heeled patients requiring highly profitable procedures. Substantial coverage was given to a recent indictment of the program by the American College of Emergency Physicians. ACEP’s president, Dr. Nick Jouriles, released a statement suggesting that the initiative comes “dangerously close to ‘patient dumping,’ a practice made illegal by the Emergency Medical Labor and Treatment Act, and reflected an effort to ‘cherry pick’ wealthy patients over poor.”

    Oddly absent from most of the unflattering press coverage of UCMC’s patient-dumping scheme is any mention of the role our new First Lady played in devising the program. A laudable exception has been the Chicago Sun-Times, which reported last August that “Michelle Obama — currently on unpaid leave from her $317,000-a-year job as a vice president of the prestigious hospital — helped create the program.”

    Good work if you can get it. Hillary also did well as a wife of a powerful (and corrupt) man.

    Mike K (90dfdc)

  39. Don’t you think this is exactly what Obama’s mother said to him when she sent him back to live with his grandparents in Hawaii?

    DRJ (a83b8b)

  40. I can’t stand to looking at the preening fool for more than 30 seconds and his speeches with the pre-selected crowd behind him sound like whale sounds, only with less gravitas.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  41. to be looking

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  42. Anybody ever wondered how history might have been changed if abortion and birth control were freely available in Hawaii in 1960?

    [Wicked snicker from me.]

    The bar has been set so low, or even dispensed with entirely, after the election of 2008 and most certainly 2012, that the US now is permanently tarnished. There’s no turning back. The sea change over the past 6 years reveals just how vulnerable forever after this society is to a form of Evita-Peron-ism.

    I used to think if we ever reached such a low point, it would be years, or even decades into the future, when this nation’s demographics had switched over to something resembling a Mexico North. But I should have known that the illness of Euro-sclerosis (or Argentina-ism) transcends both population and our neighbor to the south.

    Mark (c160ec)

  43. While this attitude toward women is nothing new, it’s amazing how the loyalist don’t even see how much he diminishes the value, worth and credibility of women as a whole. They don’t see that in his eyes, the gender hurts the economy and culture by those who choose to take time off to stay home and raise their kids. Which by the way, is what I did and as anyone who has been a parent knows, when it’s all said and done the look back over those years can bring some regret and “woulda-shoulda-couldas” and no do-overs. However, upon looking back at that decision, the choice to live poor and on one income for a season in order to stay home and raise the kid stills brings me nothing but a sense of satisfaction in knowing that was best decision for all of us. Surely staying home and nurturing kids and producing fine, upstanding citizens should be recognized as worth the effort and intrinsic worth.

    Dana (8e74ce)

  44. Government-run health care has worked out so smashingly that we ought to be just about ready for government-run day care. I remember Nancy Pelosi promising it just after the ObamaCare bill passed Congress way back when.

    JVW (60ca93)

  45. This could be all about taxes. A housewife’s work is productive but it doesn’t show up in GDP, nor is it taxable as things now stand. But this can change. In the State of Washington we have (or had?) a “use tax”. This is normally applied to items purchased out of state, say Oregon, and is the equivalent of a sales tax. However, it can be applied to items that a comrade builds for his or her own use, like a nice table. Following this line of thinking, the IRS could simply hire another 200,000 party members and direct them to visit homes where one of the spouses takes care of the kids and keeps the place nice. After a twenty or thirty minute interrogation with no 5th amendment privileges and warrantless access to all property owned and maintained by the family, this servant of the people could issue uncontestable findings, including appropriate penalties for missing the last six years of quarterly payments, thus ensuring that wealth is transferred from those who have managed to create it to those who presumably know better how to “use” it. Visiting three domiciles a day (these comrades are government agents, after all) these servants of the people could visit one to two million middle class families a week, and by the end of the year all of these parasites, say 50 million families, would be assessed their “fair share” of taxes. This would no doubt require the stay-at-home spouse to find work, thus placing the care of the children in the hands of State certified agents, which is a related agenda item for progressives. And by joining the class of indigents, these impoverished families would absolve themselves from further taxation. And this would lead to further calls for eliminating the growing gap between the wealthy and the rest of “us”.

    bobathome (7da0f6)

  46. 10. nk (dbc370) — 11/1/2014 @ 9:05 pm

    Patterico! I was being sarcastic This is not about ow income people or people who don’t have jobs. This is about middle income people maybe not being upper middle income people.

    He or the people pushing this, would like more women to have higher incomes.

    So they could make bigger political contributions, or contirbutions to various non-profits.

    Sammy Finkelman (7bb55f)

  47. Hey, if we can order employers to rehire women after 10 years of child rearing at the pay level they would have otherwise had, why can’t we make them hire all the babymoms at the pay scale they would have had if they’d gone to school, learned something, and were willing to come into work and do stuff?

    Kevin M (d91a9f)

  48. Let’s call this the If Wishes Were Horses Act.

    It is actually just election pandering to married women, who seem to have slipped away from the Lena Durham fan club.

    Kevin M (d91a9f)

  49. I remember being dismayed with thinking like this back in the ’70s and ’80s. The total bs from this poseur is old spew from years and years ago, and has more to do with big gubmint than anything else. Taxes, kids being programmed and etc., are big lib. goals.

    jim crane (9b964e)

  50. 46. bobathome on 11/2/2014 @ 9:16 am

    This could be all about taxes.

    Youy could think so, but I don’t think there’s anything that Obama and company are interested in taxes or worried about deficits.

    This is about the size of political and other contributions. Or somebvody’s hopes about them.

    In the State of Washington we have (or had?) a “use tax”. This is normally applied to items purchased out of state, say Oregon, and is the equivalent of a sales tax.

    every state with a sales tax has one, a tax that is more theoretical than real, except when somebody is buying expensive paintings or jewelry. (Automobile use tax is collected separately)

    Vermont and New York and probably some other states now have safe harbor provisions, which aren’t taken advanatage of by many people in spite of the fact that the New York State tax forms say that line cannot be left blank. You can enter a 0 but you can’t skip it. Or you are not supposed to, anyway.

    And, oh, boy, are there pages of tables, giving sales tax rates in other locations, and locatons in New York, in case you actually want to declare exact out of state purchases. (before they had that there was actually no way to pay the use tax – no form to use, as Andrew Tobias wrote)

    Anything bought for over $1,000, or for business purposes, is not subject to the safe harbor provision.

    However, it can be applied to items that a comrade builds for his or her own use, like a nice table.

    That’s like a personal property tax. We don’t have that in New York. I think California maybe has something a little bit similar too, and maybe Michigan, but isn’t it limited to certain specific items?

    Following this line of thinking, the IRS could simply hire another 200,000 party members and direct them to visit homes where one of the spouses takes care of the kids and keeps the place nice. After a twenty or thirty minute interrogation with no 5th amendment privileges and warrantless access to all property owned and maintained by the family, this servant of the people could issue uncontestable findings, including appropriate penalties for missing the last six years of quarterly payments, thus ensuring that wealth is transferred from those who have managed to create it to those who presumably know better how to “use” it.

    Britain’s “Inland Revenue” has, I think, imputed rent, but efforts to do that in the United States have not been successful.

    Transfers of money within a marriage are never considered income, so the husband giving money to the wife (if in exchange for housework) are not considered income, but in the cases of people who are not married, it is technically, income, or at least the IRS would claim that, although maybe it isn’t ready to test that in court.

    It’s right there in Publication 17, under bartering.

    Example 3.

    You own a small aprtment building. In return for six-months rent-free use of an apartment an aryist gives you a work of art she created. You must report as rental income on Schedule E (Form 1040) Supplemental Income and Loss, the fair market value of the artwork, and the artist must report as income on Schedule C (Form 1040) or Schedule C-EZ (Form 1040) the fair rental value of the apartment.

    Of course this example is goods and not services.

    What this kind of thing does is prevent this idea of an exchange from being stretched. They are ot really going to worry about small amounts.

    By the way, a super does not have to pay tax on the free rent, because his living there is for the convenience of the employer.

    All this goes to show you that incoem tax simplification is not simpler rates.

    The first question is: Wat was income?

    Sammy Finkelman (7bb55f)

  51. Ag80 (eb6ffa) — 11/1/2014 @ 9:25 pm

    Why do you hate kids so much?/s

    askeptic (efcf22)

  52. 26. Of course Obama doesn’t want the housewife/mother model.

    Back in the days when many women chose that role, children were better educated, and would grow up understanding our government and civic responsibility, and would not have fallen for the empty rhetoric of an unqualified huckster like him.

    Estragon (ada867) — 11/2/2014 @ 1:17 am

    One of the reasons for that is the older model produced Americans who created a government in its image. If you want to fundamentally transform a country in which the government creates a society in its image you’ll want none of that. Which is why I say that marriage is how a society reproduces itself. Obviously you can get more of the raw material for the species without marriage.

    One of the reasons for that is because marriage and family were not creations of government. The very fact that government has now claimed marriage as entirely its creature marks a complete break with that past.

    Essentially the left has to obliterate the idea of a larger society in which government is only a component. That societies create governments that the culture (as opposed to the other way around). And that there are a number of institutions or structures a society creates that government, which is only one among them, must respect.

    The left’s goal is to make the Untited States of America and the United States Government synonymous. Anything outside the sphere of government is only tolerated as long as it’s insignificant. It isn’t new. As Mussolini put it, everything within the state, everything for the state, nothing outside the state.

    Or as the Democrats put it, government is the one thing we all belong to. And they meant it. You don’t even belong to you. This is why they’re hard over on making people participate in some way in abortion. It isn’t, as the state of Kali recently decreed, an essential medical service. What is essential is making clear that you don’t have a right to your own conscience. For the same reason, they have to force your children to share bathrooms and locker rooms with others of the opposite sex no matter how embarrassing it is. The more embarrassing the better. A right of privacy that the government must respect means they have a right to themselves.

    That can not be allowed. A right to privacy means a right to something outside of government. It means you don’t belong to government entirely. The left is out to prove you do belong to government.

    Naturally, they don’t want women staying at home in a private sphere. Naturally, staying at home is “not a choice we want Americans to make.”

    Any former resident of the Soviet bloc could tell you that.

    Steve57 (c1c90e)

  53. *…That societies create governments that suit the culture (as opposed to the other way around)…

    Steve57 (c1c90e)

  54. boy, he sure is all show me “The Money” isn’t he … amazing considering he hasn’t worked a full day his entire life … not everyone gets to be born with your skin color dude … and your friends in high places to pay your way thru everything in life …

    so I guess Michelle choosing to be a stay at home mom these last 6 years is a choice you would prefer she didn’t have I guess … he’s right, once they get divorced she’ll have to struggle along on $300K plus per year at another non show job while riding your coattails …

    JeffC (faa0ee)

  55. Dana (8e74ce) — 11/2/2014 @ 8:59 am

    Only the Government can determine who is a “…fine, upstanding citizen…” and should be allowed to raise children, because they are the experts.
    Don’t you realize what a success story Ceausescu’s Romania was?/s

    askeptic (efcf22)

  56. bobathome (7da0f6) — 11/2/2014 @ 9:16 am

    They’re going to find a lot of “party members” disappeared – like “Revenuers” during Prohibition in Appalachia.

    askeptic (efcf22)

  57. “Americans are free to make OBAMA’s choice when he tells them to do so!”

    Failing to comply with the “approved choice” at the “mandated time” is subversive and will not be tolerated.

    WarEagle82 (b18ccf)

  58. I know this is going to make me sound like Pollyanna, but the expiation of racial guilt, which Beldar referred to, is important. It is important because it allows us to see Black Americans for what they are and not as some kind of insipid Hollywood stereotype – I’m thinking Toomer in The Great Santini, Big George in Fried Green Tomatoes (both Stan Shaw roles) and just about any Forest Whitaker role. Once Americans can allow themselves to accept that Blacks stand on their own two feet and can be just as worthless as anyone else and perhaps more so, we can finally move beyond the crippling notions of racial debt and collective guilt. Moreover, it will allow us to confront the Black side of the Jim Crow equation, which has lived on and on and on in the form of race hustling (Blacks must not have gotten the memo fifty years ago when the White population rejected the politics of racial hatred and segregation). Barack Obama has done yoeman’s work moving us in precisely the right direction. We owe him a debt of gratitude.

    Eric Holder is right; let’s stop being cowards.

    Finally, getting back to Patterico’s topic, President Obama is denigrating something he never had: a nurturing, stay at home Mom. In this curious statement, our President is defending the honor of the “wire monkey” that was his own mother (see Harry Harlow). His insulting take on his own grandmother, which shocked so many Americans, was another variation on the same theme. This is not simply a statement on how broken our President’s politics are; it is a statement on how broken our President is.

    ThOR (130453)

  59. 59. …This is not simply a statement on how broken our President’s politics are; it is a statement on how broken our President is.

    ThOR (130453) — 11/2/2014 @ 10:37 am

    One is a prerequisite for the other. Broken politics for broken people. Government is the mommy or daddy they always wanted but never had.

    Steve57 (c1c90e)

  60. I am convinced that Obama not only doesn’t know what he is talking about he doesn’t know what he says. I think he just reads the TOTUS and has no clue about what is actually emanating from his mouth. Kind of like Ron Burgundy, only this is real life, not a lame movie.

    Tom (1c889b)

  61. Not fair, Tom! Anchorman was pretty funny.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  62. It is actually just election pandering to married women, who seem to have slipped away from the Lena Durham fan club.It is actually just election pandering to married women, who seem to have slipped away from the Lena Durham fan club.

    Actually, married women generally go for the GOP when voting. In 2012, Obama won the vote of two out of every three unmarried women, but Romney won the vote of 11 out of every 20 married women. This pander isn’t so much about winning over the single girls/Lena Dunham fan club (though many of them probably eventually hope to be married women and to have subsidized child care), it’s more about cutting into the GOP’s slight advantage with married moms. As we all know, the Democrats’ electoral strategy is all about pigeonholing every voter into a narrow interest group and then lodging an individual appeal about how big government can make their lives better, irrespective of whether the big picture adds up in the long run.

    JVW (60ca93)

  63. 62. Tom (1c889b) — 11/2/2014 @ 12:45 pm

    I am convinced that Obama not only doesn’t know what he is talking about he doesn’t know what he says. I think he just reads the TOTUS and has no clue about what is actually emanating from his mouth. Kind of like Ron Burgundy, only this is real life, not a lame movie His often speaks off the cuff.

    His problem is that he is often defending decisions or positions he didn’t decide on. That would create difficultly for anyone.

    Sammy Finkelman (7bb55f)

  64. steyn makes a similar point

    http://www.steynonline.com/6640/chicken-supremo

    those remarks, whether prompted by the teleprompter or not, are as revealing as ‘fundamentally transforming’

    narciso (ee1f88)

  65. 66. …His problem is that he is often defending decisions or positions he didn’t decide on. That would create difficultly for anyone.

    Sammy Finkelman (7bb55f) — 11/2/2014 @ 1:11 pm

    Except for, you know, a real President. Or, as that cowboy Bush put it, the “decider.”

    No worries. I hear that Obama the semi-retired golf pro-in-chief has been notified by his TV that whoever is President is doing a lousy job. And he really resents that because for some reason people unfairly associate him with decisions made by the people in the executive branch.

    The really uncharitable, partisan types actually blame Prom Queen for making those decisions.

    They are clearly racists who can’t stand the thought of a strong black man in the Oval Office. Strongly declaring he had nothing to do with it.

    So he’s on the case. He vows to track down the real President and bring him or her to justice.

    Steve57 (c1c90e)

  66. “Palin: President Obama Needs to Be Spanked”

    DNF (ba671c)

  67. They want to control your life:

    I’ve been inspired to open the anti-home improvement store.

    I’m going to call it “Home Despot.”

    Only crony capitalism and environmentalism will make it possible. It will be funded by Department of Energy and other government grants. It will be full of things you don’t want, but like health insurance will be forced to buy. Primarily home appliances that save energy and water by not functioning, will chastise you for your poor lifestyle choices, and will rat you out to the police if you eat the wrong things or drink too much or something.

    Such as the refrigerator with the live web-cam feed to the “Let’s Move” political kommissars at Michelle Obama’s office of Nutritional Enforcement. And the toilet that Saves The Earth becuase it doesn’t waste water by flushing. But chemically analyzes the, uhh, output. Or input, if you’re looking at it from the perspective of the toilet. And, like the refrigerator will drop the dime on you. Possibly getting your health insurance cancelled due to health fraud.

    See, if you’re a diabetic and lie to the doctor who per Obamacare regulations is monitoring your credit card purchases and say you’ve cut out sweets, the toilet will know if you paid cash or bartered instead.

    In Kali we’ll be selling a solar-powered night lite that doesn’t light, but monitors your bedroom activity to ensure compliance with the new affirmative consent law. Make sure your partner says “Yes, you can unbutton my blouse slowly and clearly” so the illegal immigrants can understand.

    On second thought, learn to speak Spanish.

    Steve57 (c1c90e)

  68. *…“Yes, you can unbutton my blouse slowly and clearly

    Steve57 (c1c90e)

  69. “Gus: what does Michelle obama” do for a living? She is a shirt-folder in a short men’s clothing shop.

    Brian Geary (6af3a8)


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