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  • Hey, if he puts his library on Oahu, maybe the island will tip over just like Guam. Maybe we can pay for a lot of his “constituents” to go there and help it tip.

    • interventor

      Just build it near active volcano.

      • B Woodman

        Just have a local tell you how to piss off the goddess Pele. Then tell one of O’Bozo’s constituents about this new old custom.
        ANd if you don’t believe in Pele. . . . ..

      • RooftopVoter

        Just build it over the active volcano, saves money, emits the only thing Obama did, hot air, and nobody is gonna visit anyway.

        Win/Win

        • xnuc6787

          Just as long as it gets sealed up for 5000 years like the original, I think that’ll work for everybody.

  • Kafiroon

    Well his ego is probably, in terms of size, even larger than that.

  • WayneM

    There’s room here for a line about busting 0bama’s Cheops about His library…

    • JSStryker

      You know this is going to pyramid into a punny situation…

      • John M.

        No puns – the whole idea sphinx!

        • MasterDiver

          Can we bust him for running a pyramid scheme?

  • Pamela

    Oh Lord a Mercy! The Trade Unions are going to be totally pissed off with him using Illegals to build that Mausoleum dedicated to death, graft, corruption, and the perversions committed against this Nation and her Citizens.

    • H_B

      The only ones that matter anymore are the holy-preisthood of SEIU – and they have already had their crushing liabilities for union-member healthcare offloaded onto the government by him. They are loyal to His Pharaoh-ness for saving their tottering organization.

  • Ran

    Hey Chris, would love a DBD iPhone app…

    • Dastardly Dan

      Ran, what would duch an app do?

      • Dastardly Dan

        *such*

      • JBubba57

        If you’re a fan of Martin’s Game of Thrones (World of Ice and Fire), there is an iPhone app (WOIAF) that gives the characters, backstories, maps, search, etc. It costs a little and updates for each book, to unlock more info/spoilers, also cost a little, but hey, fans, you know? I can see Chris doing something like that, so that we could look up stuff about the characters (with HIS images, not some random artist’s recreation!), discussions, maps/plans/images of DDQ and see more detailed links to items behind Chris’ thinking/intent, etc.–whatever he wants to do with it. That way, we can see Naomi’s rank at what point in time, etc. And it’s be right from the horse’s, or rather, gator’s, mouth (or pen). Might detract a little from coming here to chat, but not much, probably, because, hey, you know, FANS!

  • Yes but there won’t be any books in there and if he has real government documents, the next president will have him jailed before he can even get started.

    • eon

      Oh, there will be books. About ten billion copies of each of his two autobiographies.

      Half in crayon.

      clear ether

      eon

      • Bunkerbuilder

        This is the lawyer that never finished reading the US Constitution, I doubt he ever finished either ghost written ‘Autobiographies’……

        I’m guessing he watches many more ‘briefings’ then he reads….Affirmative Action victims never learn how to speed read in general…. All of the hours soaking up THC in the Choomobile contraindicate any deep learning during the “good dope days”.

        • Bunkerbuilder

          I am guessing His library is the only one with smoke rooms on every floor…by executive order of course…

          • MasterDiver

            And its own Pot Shop (Gotta have something for when the Choom Gang visits.)

      • B Woodman

        Ghost written hagiographies would be a better description.

  • Spin Drift

    Who is funding this edifice to narcissism? I hope it is not J. Q. Taxpayer.

    Spin
    Sic Semper Evello Mortem Tyrannis

    • JTC

      If that says something about a dead tyrant, I’m in,

      Willing to kick in my share if it means entombing that bitch asap.

      • B Woodman

        All of them. O’Bozo, Moochelle, and two daughters. Alive or dead.
        (Although that begs the question. . . whose daughters are they? On second thought. . . )

        • Bunkerbuilder

          We must give the families of the enemies of the Constitution the protection of the attainder clause, and not punish the family and heirs for their parents criminal and treasonous Acts.

          • Old Codger

            The problem is that we all know that in the real world (unlike in melodrama) the elites seldom get what’s coming to them. S**t usually rolls of such as them and lands on us little people. If I had done what Henry Cisneros did when he filled out the paperwork for his security clearance, I would have been sent to that little base in central Kansas (Ft Leavenworth) where I would have had the “opportunity” to become highly proficient at turning boulders into big rocks; big rocks into gravel; and gravel into sand. Anybody expect Hildabeast to do a nanosecond behind bars?

            Me either!

    • interventor

      Built by private subscription. Operations funded by government.

      • Old Codger

        Somehow I expect that THIS one will be build with OUR money. Wouldn’t put it past the Dhimmicrats to do something like that. After all, what other president was a Nobel Prize laureate?

    • Spin Drift

      Do you think there will be a line? I mean to piss on his grave. I hate standing in lines. Maybe they can have an app like at Disney World where they call you to your amusement. That would be so cool, I think the millennials can get behind watering the architect of their economic enslavement.

      Spin
      Sic Semper Evello Mortem Tyrannis
      War Damn Eagle

      • Old Codger

        Ah, Spin? What message were you trying to convey with the Latin in your sig? Google Translate renders your phrase as “Thus always to pluck up the tyrant’s death”. If you were going for “Thus always to evil dead tyrants” your phrase might ought to be “Sic semper tyrannis malum mortuis”

        I’m kinda fond of an expansion of John Wilkes Booth’s exclamation:
        “Sic semper tyrannis
        et pueri eorum”

        “Thus always to tyrants
        And their minions!”

        • Spin Drift

          “Thus always I bring death to tyrants.”

          Spin

  • Well NOW it all makes sense! LOL

  • Ozymandias

    “when I die, don’t think that I’m a nut.. don’t want a fancy funeral, just one like ‘ol King Tut.”

  • Ozymandias

    Oh wait a minute.. this was custom made for me.. I am Ozymandias, king of kings. Look upon my works ye mighty and despair.

  • B Woodman

    The only thing monumental about O’Bozo, it ain’t “his” lie-berry, it’s his hubris. And there ain’t gonna be NO edifice built big enough to contain that ego.

  • Th3o Moore

    I do not understand. I thought his library would match the size of his ego. That would be at least the size of Ohio.

  • The Obama Presidential Library, as I’ve predicted before, will be a concrete block with no windows or doors, and all of his papers and documentation will be entombed within the concrete forever.

    • eon

      Of course, someone a thousand years from now could follow al-Mamun’s example and dig his way in;

      http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient-places-africa/tunnel-vision-mysterious-forced-entry-caliph-great-pyramid-giza-001812?nopaging=1

      It’s interesting to note that if the diggers had been just a few feet either side of their course, they’d have missed the Descending Passage entirely, and the pyramid would probably have remained sealed for a another thousand years, at least until Napoleon arrived with would-be Egyptologists in tow.

      cheers

      eon

    • Iconoclast

      Preferably with alleged author. Alive. With its consort & monitoring devices. This would valuable research into how long alleged humans can live on petulant hubris and a sense of entitlement.

    • MasterDiver

      They will probably be burned and the ashes MIXED into the concrete.

      PWOR

  • And there’s that Mussolini face. Oh yeah, Chris, you’re a genius.

  • Dienekes

    Yeah–but Mussolini’s eventual end still gives me a warm fuzzy feeling.

    Maybe Chris needs to introduce another female to the strip–named Nemesis…

  • Bill G

    Politicians are never going to term limit themselves; we need to do it from the ballot box.
    And yes, any monument to his ego would have to be built … there’s no single rock near a public venue large enough to accommodate his need.

    • GWB

      “we need to do it from the ballot box”
      At this point, the ballot box needs to be what they’re standing on under the oak tree, then kicked out from under them. We might need to stack them a few high to get the appropriate drop.

      • PaulS

        Nah, one box is enough, they deserve a dangle dance.

  • Dread

    I suggest Mt. St. Helen’s peak as a perfect venue for the library. (Starts singing Jimmy Buffet Where you gonna go when the volcano blows?)

  • NotYetInACamp

    His bringing Latins, Asians, and Muslims in are part of his monument.
    His attempted destruction of America by its transformation is part of his monument.
    His extending Islam is the goal of all Muslims in similar positions. Much literature has been written about rulers extending Islam among the infidels.
    Saudi Arabia has been building mosques in Germany and across Europe to commemorate and mark the extension of the armies of Islam into Europe. The hijrah continues. Taqiyya is used with it.
    He had the national cathedral used as a mosque already.
    He desires his own mosque, which that pyramid may be imagined as.

    America is what those military types are defending. Not the transformed Islamic America that Benito Hussein “The One” Obama, nee barry Sotero, et al. has been shooting for.
    That so many of those progressives, neo-cons, and republican RINOS have so easily condoned and supported the genocide and military aggression that can fit the definition of war crimes shows how much damage those of his ilk have brought upon what was the American republic, but has stormed to an empire complete with a wealthy capital city and surrounding are into which the plunder flows while all others become unsustainable and trending to the world slavery level.
    The wedding ring that Obama wears that he first began wearing when he roomed with Mohamed at Occidental contains the Islamic submission to Allah on it, just as it has since he first put it on.
    But I never said that he was Muslim. It is his acts that are more important.

  • Norm

    Military are not “forced out” at twenty years. They have the option of retiring at half of their base pay at twenty. That increases to 75% at thirty years and levels off after that.

    • B Woodman

      Depends upon your rank, and promotion status.

      • Old Codger

        It also depends on your rank. Officers can get RIFfed any time. I knew several who didn’t get the chance to do 20. Enlisted people also face similar issues.

  • Peregrine John

    Hey, at least he learned from the last pharaoh who did that sort of thing. Though I think it was Thutmose II, not Cheops, but still.

    Might be worthwhile to look up Spanish for “Moses,” just in case.

  • Nemo

    ‘Up or Out’ has been the military’s policy for several years now. Twenty years is as far as you can go as a Major. At least you get a pension. If you are a captain you are forced out earlier (no pension and no career captains, unless he/she had enlisted service which counts) Same goes for enlisted. No more career buck sergeants (E-5). By the way just read that only about 17% of our military stay for the full twenty of more. Also somneone who comes up from the ranks and becomes an officer must serve at least (was 10 years but now eight) years commissioned to retire with the pension of an officer. Semper Fi!

    • interventor

      In general, if a soldier makes 18 years, they can’t be separated until 20.

  • Old Codger

    ONLY twice as big as the great pyramid? I’m shocked! SHOCKED, I tell you! I would have expected him to go for something much MUCH grander. I also expect an inscription over the entrance reading something like “I am Barak Obama! Look upon my works, ye mighty and despair!”

  • Old Codger

    I’ve had the privilege of going to 3 presidential libraries. I’ve been to Truman’s, just outside Kansas City, Mo. He and his beloved Bess are buried there. He was one Democrat I could vote FOR. There is a full sized replica of the Oval Office as it looked when he was behind the Resolute desk – complete with sign, “The buck stops here.” (Which, BTW, is NOT a sign I would expect to see on Dear Leader’s desk.)

    I’ve also been to LBJ’s library in Austin. Got some very cool stuff My J was given. One of them was an artifact believed to be FIVE THOUSAND” years old!

    The last one was George H.W. Bush’s in College Station. Got a lot of stuff from WWII. Not at all grand or imposing. Nice place to visit. I expect I’ll make the drive up to Dallas to visit W’s library, one of these days. I’ve seen pix of it and from the outside it looks quite modest. Very classy. Nothing like that monstrosity in Little Rock.

    • Old Codger

      Oops. Guess I didn’t close the “bold” tag right after “FIVE THOUSAND”.

      We really do need either an “edit” or a “preview” function (preferably both) on this site, Mr. Muir. Any chance of it happening?

      (Any/all who agree are more’n welcome to chime in or “+1” me here.)

      • Chris Muir

        No, I don’t care about typos or mistakes just re-enter ’em again.I don’t understand or handle any tech anyway.We be casual here!

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