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08/23/2011 11:14 am ET Updated Oct 24, 2011

I Didn't Vote for Obama! Honest.

"The difference between a democracy and a dictatorship is that in a democracy you vote first and take orders later, in a dictatorship you don't have to waste your time voting."
~ Charles Bukowski (1920-1994)

Americans are now lying about voting for Obama in 2008 and it's about time. We're only talking about Independents for now, but it's a good start. If we can only get dense Liberals denying that they voted for him, we'll be on track to get a new, qualified, competent President in the Oval Office.

A recent survey says more than 12% of American Independents who voted for Obama now deny that they did.

As political pundits, pollsters and prognosticators like to say, it's virtually impossible for somebody to be elected President without the crucial 'swing vote' of Independents. Though they don't mind giving us a 2008 debacle like President Obama, Independents stop short of admitting that they voted for this calamity of a President. Nope, can't do that; they cannot be seen to have condoned this unfortunate leader who's wreaked havoc on the American economy, Constitution and global leadership position.

Think Bush was bad, as many do? Prepare yourself for freaking Armageddon as the dollar slides, the stock market tanks, inflation rears its ugly head and Obama refuses to fire Geithner ("Hey, fox, here's the key to the chicken coop"), while leaving on yet another ill-timed vacation. This President is unconscious.

In 2012, the Independents will turn out for anybody but Barack Hussein Obama. All bets are off for the Republicans even having to come up with someone competent--that's how bad Obama has made things for the Democratic Party. That's the irony of their massive celebration on Obama's election: it was short-lived and then the damage began. At this point in Obama's historic, unprecedented slide into irrationality, Ron Paul, Ralph Nader, or Alfred E. Neuman for that matter, could all beat Obama handily.

"How come we choose from just two people for President, and fifty for Miss America?" ~ Alfred E. Neuman ("that freaky little kid on every MAD Magazine cover")