Friday, June 29, 2012

Most Americans Are Confident That Obama Is Better Suited To Save Us From An Alien Invasion Than Romney, The Hulk, Spiderman Or Bat Man


So now that we've gotten healthcare reform and Fast & Furious out of the way, let's move on to invasions from other planets. If, like millions of Americans, you're addicted to Ancient Astronauts and believe we've been visited before-- yes, "they" built the Pyramids, gave us our religions (all of them except, ironically enough, Scientology), killed off the dinosaurs for us, fixed our DNA so our thumbs would work right, etc, etc-- then you know we'll be visited again, probably pretty soon. I already was 3 times. How many times has Alicia Cohen been visited?
More Americans are confident in President Obama’s ability to handle an alien invasion than in Mitt Romney’s, according to a new poll released Wednesday.

In a survey conducted for the National Geographic Channel, 65 percent said they’d pick Obama to deal with an invading alien force over Romney. Obama also took the confidence vote among 68 percent of women surveyed, likely a key voting bloc in this scenario as well as in the November election.

In addition, about 79 percent of those surveyed think the government has kept information about aliens and UFOs a secret from the public. Despite that widespread suspicion, only 36 percent actually think UFOs exist, 17 percent don't, and 48 percent aren't sure.

The White House is pretty sure, though, and last December officially announced that the government has found “no evidence” of extraterrestrial life and no "credible information" indicating a cover-up.

...Just in case Obama doesn’t come through in the event of an alien attack, 22 percent of those surveyed believed they could attempt to “befriend” extraterrestrial life, much like the children did in Steven Spielberg’s 1982 film E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial.

In addition, 55 percent believe that government agents of the type depicted by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in the movie series Men in Black actually exist.

By the way, these people all have has much right to vote as you do-- including the 21% (and they're not all in Mississippi and Arkansas-- who actually think we could call on The Hulk-- after all, look what he accomplished in The Avengers-- or perhaps Batman (12%) or Bat Man (8%). And yes, all the people who want to call on Bat Man to defend us from an alien invasion are in Mississippi and Arkansas.

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