Robin Williams, Barack means Blessing Hussein
Since my humor is not Politically Correct, here is Robin doing what he does best…
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On November 12, 2008, Robin Williams made his first United Kingdom stage appearance in more than 25 years. We Are Most Amused was a comical festive event where Comedians performed at the New Wimbledon Theatre to entertain Prince Charles on his 60th birthday. We Are Most Amused was televised to the British public on November 15, 2008.
Note: Robin’s “Barack means Blessing Hussein, don’t ask” cleverly avoids President-elects’ Arabic Muslim name. Barack Hussein Obama literally means “Blessing of Husayn” Obama. The name, Barack is Arabic (the anglicized version of Barakah), the name, Hussein is Muslim (the anglicized version of Husayn), and when combined the name Barack Hussein Obama is Arabic-Muslim-African in origin.
Disclaimer: Hopefully, we do NOT need to defend my humor or Robin’s humor since revealing what Obama’s name means is NOT attacking or slamming the man.
American Political Humor began soon after the American Revolution and has a long well established comical history before the totalitarian cult of Political Correctness was adopted by the radical liberal left in the 1960s.
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Posted on December 13, 2008, in Humor, Political Humor, Political Satire and tagged 60th birthday, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, George Dubya Bush, Political Humor, Political Satire, Prince Charles, Robin Williams, We Are Most Amused, Wordpress Political Blogs. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.