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Q: What is greatest Obama Jokes irony of Election 2008?
A: Find out below ...

At the Just Jokes and Humor blog we subscribe to equal humor for political jokes. We've had Republican jokes ... now for some Democrat jokes. Don't worry, the political humor pendulum will swing back Republican for sure, and Democrat too.


Bust a move

Ok, laying aside politics ... we love Barack Obama, the Senator from Illinois, and President-elect of the United States. Such a nice ... uh fill in a random sophomoric awkward comment (err joke?) from Senator Joseph Biden here. Yes, that Senator Joseph Biden - called by some the Obama jokes gift that keeps on giving and the originator of the classic Obama joke, now is the Vice-President, making Barack's selection of him the greatest irony of election '08.

Sen. Barack Obama broke onto the national political stage with his stunning landslide election as Senator, uh President. He also broke into the political jokes and political humor stage in a big way, as his biography soared on the best seller lists. Continuing with our series on political jokes and political humor, here are a few more Obama Jokes to lighten up the political humor season. Oh, his homepage is here: BarackObama.com page.

Here is a late-nite TV political Obama joke from Conan O'Brien : Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator Barack Obama have been sniping at each other back and forth. It's getting ugly. The good news for Obama is, all this bickering with Hillary is making him look presidential.

And from renowned but bumbling Democrat Senator Ted Kennedy, "Osama bin ... Osama ... Obama" in a quote errorneously attributed to Rush Limbaugh by less reliable media outlets than the Jokes and Humor blog! Of course Rush Limbaugh has not shied away from repeating Kennedy's joke over and over, carefully attributing it to the bumbling joker source. In a further ironic political humor twist, Sen. Ted Kennedy's Obama joke picked up and embellished upon by Ann Coulter, the renowned columnist, "I refer to him as B. Hussein Obama. He's half white and half black, half Christian and half Muslim and half atheist. Something there for every Democrat."

Jay Leno commenting on Obama's renowned middle name, "Do you know what Barack Obama's middle name is? Hussein. Could've been worse. Could've been Kerry."

Even Roger Ailes of FoxNews followed Ted Kennedy and jumped on the Obama jokes political humor bandwagon, "It is true that just in the last two weeks Hillary Clinton has had over 200 phone calls telling her in order to win the presidency she must stay on the road for the next two years. It is not true they were all from Bill. ... And it is true that Barack Obama is on the move. I don't know if it's true that President Bush called Musharraf and said, 'Why can't we catch this guy?' " Wow that may be the best political joke ever, catching the four politicians in a two liner, Hillary Clinton, George Bush, Barrack Obama and Pakistan President Musharraf. Hmmm.

Obama also jumped on the Obama joke bandwagon, trying his hand at political humor on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Jay says, "Everybody who has announced here has been successful," hinting about Arnold Schwarzenegger's announcement. And Barack Obama retorts, "This is true, but I have to say that I've already committed to the Food Network to announce." He also quipped about going to church, "Everybody was reporting on me going to this church ... It was like, a Democrat in church!" Nice try, ... better stick to politics.

From Jay: "Barack Obama said today that politics has become too gummed up by money and influence ... and then he had to leave to attend a fundraiser."

Bill Maher jumped on the late night political jokes bandwagon: "Did you see this today about Barack Obama? Genealogy research has revealed that Obama's great-great-grandfather was born in Ireland. Oh great, now he won't be Irish enough for people."

Here is another Obama joke seen on Conan: The Reverend Jesse Jackson told CNN that he's planning to endorse Barack Obama for president. Experts say this is a risky move for Jackson, because hardly anything rhymes with 'Barack Obama.'

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