It would appear that the big-wigs at ABC have moved to balance the scales a bit in Tim Allen’s sitcom “Last Man Standing.”
Allen plays a staunch conservative, Mike Baxter, who’s not shy about criticizing liberals, to include President Barack Obama.
But in this week’s episode, “Home Sweet Loan,” there’s a comeback in defense of the president — a first time occurrence, according to Newsbusters.
Allen’s character Baxter was talking to his daughter about her and her husband buying a home, but she informed him that they’re in no rush because they have a five-year plan.
“Well, sometimes, plans don’t work out like that,” Baxter replied. “I had a four-year plan with Obama. It’s turned into an eight-year nightmare.”
And that’s when his liberal, effeminate son-in-law, Ryan, chimed in to defend the president.
“My nightmare is being buried alive, and yours is eight years of prosperity?” Ryan says. “That’s weird.”
Prosperity? America is inching ever closer to the November presidential election.
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