Americans for Tax Reform once again presents these handy Bingo cards which you may use to check off terms and phrases likely to be used during President Obama's State of the Union address on Tuesday. As a bonus, print out the different versions of the card and watch the speech with your friends or family. There are five different versions!
How to Play:
2) Print out as many of the Obama Bingo cards listed below as you'd like.
3) Watch the ATR Facebook page and Twitter account as we call out the Bingo terms as the President reveals them.
4) If one of your cards wins, post "Obama Bingo!" and the winning card number to ATR's Facebook wall.
[Bingo is qualified by any five consecutively filled spaces vertically, horizontally, diagonally, or all four corners]
Click on any of the links below and print out your card now!
"Investment" – Spending taxpayer money on Obama re-election constituencies such as government employee unions, teachers' guilds, and big-city political machines.
"Children and grandchildren" – The people picking up the tab.
"Energy" – Something that flows from good intentions, government programs, "stimulus" spending but not pipelines.
"Exports" – That trade – and only that trade – acceptable to union bosses.
"I" or "Me" – Center of the known universe.
"Compromise" – Tax hikes.
"Sacrifice" – Tax hikes.
"Bipartisan" – Tax hikes.
"Fair" OR "Fair Share" – Tax hikes.
"Balanced" – Tax hikes.
"Small business" – Those who will pay the most under my plan to tax "the rich."
"Special interests" – Taxpayers who do not wish to give their money to my friends.
"There are those who…" OR "Some" – [INSERT STRAW MAN HERE]
"Middle class" – Those who are the target of seven tax hikes in Obamacare.
"Deficit" – What Democrats want you to focus on when what they really want to sell you is a tax hike.
"Regulations" – The governmental leash attached to the choke collar around the neck of the economy.
"Recovery" – This time it's real, I swear, not like that "Recovery Summer" we had in 2010 after spending $1 trillion of borrowed money.
"Infrastructure" OR "Roads and Bridges" – Spending taxpayer money on those states voting Democrat in '08.
"Affordable" – Reality for the taxpayer only after they've worked 224 days to pay for the total cost of government.
"Obstructionists" – House Republican lawmakers who have actually passed a budget – NOT the Senate Democrats who have refused to pass a budget for 1,000 days.
"Streamline" – The pretense of dieting after an all-out spending binge.
"Wall Street" – 1. Where your IRA and 401(k) live. 2. A bauble to distract you from noticing my bailout of Fannie and Freddie.
"Jobs" – "You want to find work on the Keystone XL pipeline? Tough luck – I've got a campaign to run."
"Profit" – Money without which jobs would never be created.