President Barack Obama’s decision to hire non-union workers to staff his birthday-party fundraiser isn’t sitting well with Big Labor, and Obama’s upcoming milestone has inspired a series of running jokes on Twitter.
Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft reports that union members are “OUTRAGED” at Obama’s decision to staff the party with non-union help. Why avoid the union label? Hoft explains: “If POTUS is late, and [the] party goes late, they would face MASSIVE overtime [expenses] if they do not feed the crew enough meals on time.”
Obama also has a Twitter problem heading into his birthday as the hashtag “#ObamaBirthdayPartyGames” made its debut, mocking the president’s problems, both real and perceived.
Some tweets with this hashtag are witty jabs, crafted on themes of children’s birthday party games. Columnist Michelle Malkin is driving the conversation on Twitter, sparking her followers to come up with their own jabs.
What follows is a by-no-means comprehensive list of the funniest “#ObamaBirthdayPartyGames” tweets The Daily Caller has seen so far:
@TomBalek tweets: “Tug of It’s-Not-Really-a-War”
@AdamSBaldwin tweets: “Pin the crises on the Elephant”
@TheOneBMiller tweets: “Pin the bullet in Osama”
@RadicalStudent tweets: “Where in the World is the Democrats’ Budget?”
@SeanMooMan tweets: “Who wants to be on welfare?”
@woot6 tweets: “Satan Sandwich Eating Contest”
@retiredrnman tweets: “Set up a card table for negotiations, then fold at every opportunity”
@3ChinBreitbart tweets: “Duck, duck, Boehner”
@imsure tweets: “Bobbing for Corporate Jet Owners”
@brandootr tweets: “Pictionary, [the] Anthony Weiner and David Wu edition”
Have you seen a funny #ObamaBirthdayPartyGames tweet? Leave a comment and let us know or tweet it to reporter Matthew Boyle: @mboyle1