About Obama's Son

Stephen Miller has an incomparably funny piece at Ricochet on the little feller what lives between them Big Ears:

In an... interview…. Barack reached into the upstairs White House bedroom of his mind and called upon his famous imaginary son to make an appearance….

In something I very rarely do, I strongly urge readers not only to go to the tale, but also to send the link to all you hold dear:

Obama’s imaginary son has found himself unfairly in trouble with the law….[He] should be an example to us all. No matter what kind of imaginary circumstances we find ourselves in, we can continue on with our imaginary lives….[Obama] seems more comfortable citing the struggles of his imaginary son than the privileged successes of his real daughters.

Don’t miss it.

h/t Hot Air

The author is retired, his profile may be found on LinkedIn, and he may be argued with at bilschan@hotmail.com.

Stephen Miller has an incomparably funny piece at Ricochet on the little feller what lives between them Big Ears:

In an... interview…. Barack reached into the upstairs White House bedroom of his mind and called upon his famous imaginary son to make an appearance….

In something I very rarely do, I strongly urge readers not only to go to the tale, but also to send the link to all you hold dear:

Obama’s imaginary son has found himself unfairly in trouble with the law….[He] should be an example to us all. No matter what kind of imaginary circumstances we find ourselves in, we can continue on with our imaginary lives….[Obama] seems more comfortable citing the struggles of his imaginary son than the privileged successes of his real daughters.

Don’t miss it.

h/t Hot Air

The author is retired, his profile may be found on LinkedIn, and he may be argued with at bilschan@hotmail.com.