‘On The Road Again’ w/ Uncle Onyango

Everyone’s favorite druncle (drunk uncle), Onyango Obama, is on the road again.  Even though he is still an illegal immigrant, working with a phony social security number, and driving with an illegitimate Massachusetts drivers licence – supplied by the RMV no less.  

The Boston Herald reports that his license was re issued to him as part of a ‘hardship’ plea.

Onyango Obama, 67, who lost his regular license for 45 days last week, scored his limited license yesterday from the Registry’s Wilmington branch, after convincing a hearing officer that life without wheels would have posed an undue hardship on his livelihood as a liquor-store manager

So I ask – isn’t it being a hard ship the idea behind taking the license away?  I thought that the penalty for a crime was, in part, society’s hard ship upon you as punishment!  I guess in Massachusetts punishing someone can be reversed if the punishment proves to be troublesome to the perpetrator.  So let’s open the doors to all the prisons as I am sure being incarcerated is a problem for so many of the criminals we have.  How do we expect drug dealers to sell dope when they are locked up in a prison – let them go!  And how can murderers plot the death of their next victim when they are staring at steal bars?  Damn those prisons and their hardship on the good folks of Massachusetts!!  Only in Massachusetts can such foolishness be tolerated.

Perhaps Governor Deval Patrick played a role in getting his BFF’s uncle back to work?  Although I don’t remember seeing Barack Obama on television waxing poetic of how Onyango looks like his uncle the same way he said Trayvon looks like his son.  

And finally, when did Uncle Onyango become the ‘manager’ of the liquor store?  Can we really say that being fully employed in a managerial position is one of those jobs Americans refuse to do?  When the hell did that happen?  I thought illegal immigrants were all climbing on rooftops to hammer nails, or working in fields to pick lettuce.  I certainly didn’t think managing a liquor store was work only an unskilled Kenyan immigrant would do.  What’s next – is auntie Zeituni a freakin CFO?

Doess anyone still wonder why Massachusetts is the laughing stock of the USA?  

On the road again

Just can’t wait to get on the road again

The life I love is selling booze to all my friends

And I can’t wait to get on the road again

On the road again

Goin’ places that I’ve never been

Seein’ things that I may never see again

And I can’t wait to get on the road again

On the road again

Like a band of gypsies we go down the highway

We’re the best of friends

Insisting that the world keep turning our way again.

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