MY, MY, MY: Will ‘MyCart’ Make Way for ‘MyToilet’?

shop-300x180When liberals put the word “My” in front of anything connected to Obama or a policy associated with his wife Michelle, rest assured that the “My” is there as a ploy to convince the easily duped that accepting what has been chosen for them somehow equates to exercising the freedom of choice that no longer exists.

The “My” mentality was introduced during the 2008 election with the birth of mybarackobama.com. The mybarackobama.com tagline read “because it’s about YOU,” and was created by multitudes of Obama sycophants hoping to elect a man who’s proven it’s “all about him”, and has since expunged every iota of individuality from both supporters and critics alike.

Then there was a Michelle/USDA initiative called “MyPlate”, where the intent was to eliminate the food pyramid and replace it with a brightly-colored plate divvied up into portion-and-food choices for those who need a government overseer to instruct them like kindergarteners on what and how much they should be eating.

Trust me, the “Choose” in ChooseMyPlate.gov and the “My” in “MyPlate” have nothing to do with individual selection and everything to do with Mama Obama making food choices for confused, malnourished individuals who, whether they like Brussels sprouts or not, will learn to love Brussels sprouts.

And for those turning up their noses at cruciferous vegetables, word to the wise: even Barack Obama has warned, “you don’t want to get on the wrong side” of Michelle.

So for now, putting Michelle Obama’s Gestapo scare tactics aside, thus far the “My” inventiveness has been so unsuccessful that the feds have come with a new “My” that may soon be cruising down the pike…er, I mean the grocery aisle, and it’s called “MyCarts.”

In an effort to steer the pudgy clear of the Oreo Double Stuffs and inspire them to head straight for the shiitake mushrooms, “MyCarts” hopes to install $30,000 worth of talking shopping carts in supermarkets that can chat with sheep disguised as customers.

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