President Obama caricature and Top 10 re-election victory jokes

“President Obama won re-election in 2012 by doing what he does best: Being a slightly preferred choice than his opponents in the Republican Party.” — Yasha Harari

“Top 10 Barack Obama re-election jokes”
10. You can hope for change all you want. A re-elected President has little to prove.
9. Analysts point out that with so many votes yet to be counted, there is a possibility that the election’s outcome could differ from today’s estimates. Of course, it’s just a coincidence those analysts all work for FOX News.
8. Mitt Romney conceded his loss to President Obama, and Big Bird.
7. When Obama saw the breadth of his empire and accepted his re-election victory, he wept, for there were no more Republican Presidential candidates to conquer.
6. Will Mitt Romney get to deduct his failed election campaign as a tax write-off?
5. Don’t worry, Republicans. In another four years, your candidate won’t have to run against Barack Obama.
4. The people who are happiest about Barack Obama’s re-election are the members of the Communist Party in China.
3. Interestingly, as soon as Barack Obama’s re-election was secured, Syria’s President Assad told Russian Television that a President could only be chosen at the ballot box.
2. As Barack Obama accepted his re-election victory, he gave a hopeful speech about the next four years, and somewhere very far away, a little voice could be heard, crying like a baby, that sounded a lot like Glenn Beck.
… and the #1 President Obama re-election joke is:
1. Three words: More gridlock, baby.
Reference: Yasha Harari for