Monday, December 19, 2011

Chicago Election Rules

As we get closer and closer to the 2012 election, it's important to remember The Rules we play by. The Rules are taken from the Chicago playbook of rules where they are simply known as... ChicagoRules. Chicago Rules are illustrated by the photographs below:

Rod Blagojevich is the former Illinois Governor who tried to sell Obama's seat in Congress. He's since been sentenced to 14 years in prison.

Obama was asked by the press if he had ever met Gov. Rod Blagojevich. He replied: "I only saw Rod Blagojevich one time ... And that was in the stands and from a distance at a Chicago Bears Football Game."
Of course, you can believe him - he's our President. The pictures below? That's irrelevant.

Rod Blagojevich, Barack Obama, and Richard Daley during a rally in Chicago,
April 16, 2007.
Note: Rahm Emanual has replaced Daley as Mayor! And Daley's brother has
replaced Rahm as a chief adviser to the president. But you don't need to know all this.

You have to understand "the world according to Chicago."
Chicago is almost a completely different country when it comes to politics. Chicago even has a different set of morals and language.

There are three rules and a Prime Directive.
RULE #1. No matter what you see, hear, or do -- you don't know anybody & you know nothing!
RULE #2. If you capture something on tape or camera -- it reveals nothing!
RULE #3. If you know what everybody else in Chicago knows -- you still know nothing.

The PRIME DIRECTIVE - No matter what the vote, Democrats win the election.

Now pay close attention!

It's very simple. Remember, you know nothing.

These two? They never met! Obama said they didn't.

These two? Who are they? Don't ask.

Do you understand? They don't know each other and they never met.
How is that possible? BECAUSE OBAMA SAID SO!

By the way... how's that "Hope and Change" working out for you?

Bookmark and Share

No comments: