Obama Relocates South Carolina And Georgia To The Gulf Of Mexico

You know, the Panama Canal is being widened so that the big supertankers can come in. Now, that’ll be finished in 2015. If we deepen our ports all along the Gulf, places like Charleston, S.C., or Savannah, Ga., or Jacksonville, Fla., if we don’t do that those ships are gonna go someplace else.

h/t to miked1947

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9 Responses to Obama Relocates South Carolina And Georgia To The Gulf Of Mexico

  1. gofer says:

    The Gulf is over there close to the 58th State.

  2. jack b :-) says:

    Uh, well, why would a supertanker go to Charleston, Savannah or Jacksonville anyway? Just hazarding a guess that any particular ‘supertanker’ would be carrying crude oil, so would you offload your crude onto trucks headed for the refineries – mainly on the gulf coast, many hundreds of miles away? If not, why would he name those three particular cities in the first place? Because they’re multisyllabic, big words?

  3. Bob Johnston says:

    Can you blame him? They probably don’t teach US geography in Kenya.

  4. kuhnkat says:

    “They probably don’t teach US geography in Kenya”

    Or in Mosques in Indonesia.

  5. Another impeachable offense, to any fifth grader anyway (Jacksonville FL is also on the Atlantic coast). This wouldn’t be so bad, if everyone knew he was dumber than dirt, especially about America–he would just be like Yogi Berra, or Emily Latella (Lily Tomlin). But the Insane Left all think he is the very standard of smartness, and refuse to see him criticized. So it isn’t funny–it’s just one big, monstrous lie: his life.

  6. Billyjack says:

    Isn’t global warming supposed to increase all of the sea levels so that deepening becomes unnecessary?

    • There Is No Substitute for Victory says:

      One huckster is selling atlas that show the Atlantic Ocean 40 miles South of Atlanta by 2040. At that rate Savanna can’t be more than a few months removed from a 10 foot rise.

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