No one knows who the artist is, but the Obama 'Joker' posters first originated in L.A. back in April during the hoopla over the stimulus bailout.

The posters (inspired by Heath Ledger's Joker character in 'The Dark Knight') are showing up in the most unlikeliest places. According to a local CBS affiliate, a different version of the poster was plastered on the outside of "The Big Chicken" over the weekend in Marietta, Georgia.

Naturally, the left wing liberal milquetoast lapdog media are howling in protest over the Obama 'Joker' posters, but they'll soon roll over and play dead again.

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  • Anna

    Can we try to be nice for one day? In my best "Marilyn Monroe". Happy Birthday Mr. President.

  • LadyJustice


    that pic is scary =/

  • Daisy


    @Anna I think I found you on another blog you mentioned attymom. Is that you? lol

  • Anna

    Daisy Says:


    @Anna I think I found you on another blog you mentioned attymom. Is that you? lol

    I responded on the other blog. It's me.

  • rhiannon

    NO!!!! Not at the big chicken!!!

  • iscream

    *roll eyes*

    I wish I could take my vote back. If my got darn check is effected by this new healthcare mess I will not be voting for him again. I don't understand if I'm already paying out the woo hoo for health care does it now have to be taxed. Liar!!! You said you wouldn't tax the poor... I hope the whole plan falls thru.

  • anti-PC

    I like the posters. That artist really captured our President for what he really is...a fraud and a joke.

  • Daisy

    @Anna ok I rarely check that other site I go from time to time I do enjoy it though when I go.

    I can't WAIT to VOTE for President Obama again :coffee: I was just looking at my Barack the vote t shirts over the weekend!

  • SunnyPA

    I like the original O-joke poster. Obama supports are outraged but no one said a thing when they did one just like of Bush.

    It's not just healthcare that bothers me (which scares the hell out of me). In the last couple of days, I talked to several people about the cash for clunker program. In case some of you don't realize it, taxpayers are paying for that program. And many I've talked with either don't qualify and/or can't afford the car payments.

    So the only people really benefiting is GM (government motors).

  • SunnyPA

    Or, didn't need a new car.

  • iscream

    :koolaid: taste better than :coffee:

    I don't even understand how this clunkers program is helping. Didn't he already give the car companies billions of dollars as a bailout? I was just talking about this... correct me if I'm wrong. But you take your used car (which likely has no note) trade it in to get a max of 4500.00 towards a new car. Is it an even trade or are you now taking on a car note. In an economy where we have to watch what we spend. A note that you likely don't need just to boost the car sells? Isn't the little people getting hurt by this? Because I'm sure people with money don't have or need to do the trade in.

    In the words of Elizabeth Hassleback... I think my water is about to break, lol.

    I'm done.

  • Daisy

    Elizabeth can KICK ROCKS :coffee: