State Fair Rodeo Clown Dresses Like Obama, Announcer Calls For Him To Be Run Over By Bull

Mr. Conservative

During George Bush’s eight years in office, the Left became positively medieval in its approach to envisioning his suffering and degradation: he was burned in effigy, hanged in effigy, depicted being beheaded, morphed with monkeys and Hitler, assassinated in a movie, and even ended up on a major HBO TV show with his head on a pike. Conservatives didn’t like it, but they accepted it because that’s life in a free country. When Obama is the president, however, the rules are different.

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That’s why it’s a front page story cloaked in absolute absolute outrage that a rodeo clown at the Missouri State Fair put on a Barack Obama mask, while the announcer asked the audience to holler out for the “President” to be run down by a bull. We’re not saying that was a nice thing to do, but up until “St. Obama” became president, it was pretty standard political fare in America, least during the Bush years.

A rodeo clown dressed as Barack Obama at the Missouri State Fair.

A rodeo clown dressed as Barack Obama at the Missouri State Fair.

As always, the Left is trying to shut down open political debate by claiming that this was “racism.” When worse sins were visited on pretend Bush’s, it was free speech. Now, however, thou shalt not say anything negative about the President.

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Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill just might have won the hypocrite of the year for her performance regarding the incident. When it came to President Bush, there were no limits on McCaskill’s rhetoric. For example, in 2008, she had this to say: “George Bush let people die on rooftops in New Orleans because they were poor and because they were black.”

Now, though, with Obama in office, clowning around (literally) when it comes to the President is verboten: “’The young Missourians who witnessed this stunt learned exactly the wrong lesson about political discourse – that somehow it’s ever acceptable to, in a public event, disrespect, taunt, and joke about harming the President of our great nation.”

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Really, Claire? Then why didn’t we hear a word from you when this kind of stuff was going on?

George Bush's head on a pike in the HBO production of "Game of Thrones."

George Bush’s head on a pike in the HBO production of “Game of Thrones.”

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George Bush effigy getting hanged at a San Francisco protest.

Threat to kill Bush

An explicit threat to kill President Bush.

Bush in noose

Protest sign imagining Bush being hanged for war crimes.

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A George Bush “wanted” poster

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A moving lovingly imagining George Bush’s assassination.

At no time, ever, did a media outlet decry these threats and imaginings. Heck, at no time — ever — did the media even acknowledge these threats.

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Unless you live in a socialist “paradise,” the right to criticize, mock, and humiliate politicians, including the President (who is, after all, the people’s employee) is one of the most important rights we have in America. The newly imposed rule that Obama is above the rough and tumble of American politics is a very disturbing inroad on American freedom.

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