It’s inappropriate for the President to attack the FOX News Network so particularly because, until his rhetorical vehemence for the actual enemies of his administration and, presumably, this country matches that which he lays on his online and on-air political detractors, he will continue to make indulging his own personal umbrage apparently more important to him than correctly condemning the words and actions of anti-American psychotics like Ahmadinejad.
Besides, letting people know how much they annoy you is weak. Barry’s so thin-skinned he’s bound to be embarrassed.
I just watched a very strange interview between Rachel Maddow and Dick Holbrooke on MSNBC. One imagines that Holbrooke was sent there to reassure the few godforsaken hippie hypocrites who still watch that wretched network that Obama isn’t actually prosecuting the intense drone war against the Islamofascists in Pakistan that he very obviously is and that, even if he is, these are really bad people and it’s not a problem for loyal Democrats to [worry about now] as it certainly was on the relatively few occasions that Bushitler himself sent drones to attack Pakistanis on Pakistani soil.
But Maddow’s conscience is sometimes in evidence and, so, she pressed Holbrooke on the question of whether Pakistan is a third theater of operations for us. Is it a third war? No, says Holbrooke, who then blames Bushitler for having treated Afghanistan and Pakistan as separate and presumably sovereign nations. But why was that a mistake? Because Obama doesn’t want to have to be bothered with drawing those distinctions anymore. He doesn’t want the legal complications that the putatively lawless Bushitler burdened himself with. And you know what? If his allies in Big Media aren’t going to question his prerogative to wage war against Afghanistan’s neighbor to the east as they did just a few years ago, then Obama’s really only doing what he can get away with, being so “historic” and godlike, of course.
Oh, and remember all the flooding that devastated probably a fifth of Pakistan this past summer? Well, that’s one of those crises that we haven’t let go to waste: it turns out, according to my take on Holbrooke’s spin, that Obama is paying hush money to the Pakistanis while he steps up the air raids on their soil. Only we’re calling it aid to rebuild after the flooding.
Whatever it is, Obama is indeed waging war on a sovereign nation —one with nukes and nuts aplenty. Are you okay with that, Obamatons?
I’m watching ABC’s This Week with Christiane Amanpour for the first time and I must say that she certainly knows how to take on the enemies of America: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Christine O’Donnell.
If Ms. Amanpour’s understanding of what the Tea Party really is were any slighter, she’d have to nail it to her own head to keep it from floating away.
Incidentally, why is the chairman of the Delaware Republican Party allowing himself to be used like this? Are the Republicans playing the biggest good cop-bad cop routine ever? Why else is this clown on the panel to contribute to the ad hominem attacks on someone who is now, like it or not, his own nominee?
If it’s true that Lisa Murkowski, a mere politician whose job was literally bequeathed to her by daddy, is selfish enough to crank up some stupid-assed write-in candidacy, it may be best to consider that her shameless exercise in ego would actually serve to demonstrate to Alaskans (and all Americans) the great imperative of destroying the general incumbency in the United States Congress.
Consider another Alaskan: Sarah Palin voluntarily walked away from elective office to seek other fortunes —and the ninnies howled that she was a quitter and a sell-out. She gave up the actual power of the state to a lieutenant because that is an option available to her in a republican form of government. The state after all, is a “public thing” —and not a hereditary fiefdom belonging to the Murkowskis, Kennedys, and Bushes of this land.
We need a system where people are seen as selfish and dangerous who think that they themselves are indispensible to an office. Let people’s ambitions take them away from the state —and not into its highest precincts.
I hear the Great Orator Whose Election Healed the Planet held a formal press conference this afternoon at the White House. Remember when the long stretches between these events was remarked upon in snide terms by professional opinion-givers as evidence of Bushitler’s cowardice and/or secrecy? Oh, come now. Sure you do. I haven’t seen the replay yet, but I assume that Obamjesus’ fake-assed Stokely Carmichael routine was probably more constrained by the venue, but it remains for me to be seen.
Anyway, the President’s proposal of sustaining the “Bush tax cuts” —but only for those making $250,000 a year or less— is evidence of a couple of things:
First, it indicates that Barack Hussein Obama cannot stop attacking Small Business. This is because small businesses are the economic engine of this country. Marxist warlords don’t like or understand such entities because they (i.e., small business and this country) don’t depend directly on such warlords’ favor to succeed. Small businesses are too numerous for Leviathan to control. And so are the patriots of this country. Thus, this woefully unprepared liar who doesn’t understand the capitalist model or its inextricable links to the very nature of this country is busily destroying our economy by forcing the square peg of his theoretician’s nonsense into the round hole of the actual free market. It’s been a total disaster because the guy doesn’t know what principles this country is built on.
This proposal also shows that Obama is desperate. He believes he can keep the good opinion of the so-called middle class by soaking the rich. But it’s “the rich” who do the hiring and the investing and the spending in America. Obamajesus thinks he’s gonna end their capital strike by depressing those activities with higher taxes? Who, besides his asshole cronies and fluffers, are gonna tell him that’s a good idea?
When this President goes off-script and starts winging it, he embarrasses himself. And, really, that’s good. Because when powerful men don’t have the character to admit that they were wrong, they persist in their errors out of pride and commit horrible deeds that hurt millions. And for this sin, they are drummed out of office and made into pariahs.
We are witnesses to the evolution of a byword for the post-American wretch from here on in:
I own a copy of the Koran and have no need to burn it.
I read a large chunk of my Koran when I first got it, but soon tired of it because it’s a tedious rant. The only pacificity I remember finding in the Holy Book of the Religion of Peace is that which is threatened to come with total submission to an angry Supreme Deity and his Sole Representative. I was not edified.
I don’t care whether Terry Jones burns his Koran tomorrow, but I do care that the so-called Fourth Estate in this country has found it appropriate to concoct this incident of moral exhibitionism and thereby elicit judgements upon it by everybody from the Secretary of Defense (!) to his boss. Why has this happened? Why does Big Media do this if not for the profit? What sequence of events elevated this one guy’s gesture of contempt to such great moment? Is Rupert Murdoch to blame? Maybe it was a blogger who’s mastered the chaos theory of information.
Whatever the motivation, it has spawned immense absurdities too pathetic to even pass for entertainment. The notion of the Secretary of State, for instance, speaking of Jones’ intentions as though he were threatening to kill a hostage is appalling. Why would she or any other member of this regime choose to invest Jones with such influence if not to make him into a conspicuous counterpoint to their own self-serving expressions of enlightenment? These are ridiculous choices that the leadership of our country is making to make a point which has no need of being made in the first place.
But keep on defending Muslims with a moist eye, Barack Hussein Obama. Keep taking the bait of defending their victory mosque and their holy book and their rights, in general. That’s a surefire way, as it were, of persuading people that you are a Christian gentleman after all.
Yes. What this country’s economy most needs at this moment is for its President to talk more about himself and his and the wife’s upbringings.
Because Barry Soetoro’s narcissism is gonna pay your bills.
Obama’s imitation of Stokely Carmichael on the mic is amazingly annoying. It’s almost like this cosmopolitan fop and fraud chose to use a particular tonality and oratorical style that he believed best conveyed the authentic voice of Black America. But all he has succeeded in creating, as I see it, is a phoney-baloney Southern accent (not a “Negro dialect” as the uneducated buffoon Harry Reid put it) that marks him for the calculated identity politician and race-user that he is.
Obama is unqualified to be President (despite the fact that he meets all the Constitutional requirements) because he has only a tin ear for what America is. He knows it as an alien latecomer, all studied and accounted for from afar and from within the context of Marxist ideology, which he was steeped in from childhood on. It is that part of his background that matters even more than his apostatic Muslimness.
At a typically self-serving campaign appearance in Milwaukee yesterday, the President of the United States whined to an audience of the usual moved stools that Republicans were talking about him “like a dog” –and then added that such a characterization was “not in my prepared remarks.”
It is embarrassing to find that the leader of my country is such a needy egomaniac that he even seeks credit for the merest sort of banalities to come out of his piehole because they are extemporaneous. Pathetic.
Barack Hussein Obama is a thin-skinned liar who doesn’t understand people who don’t buy his narcissistic garbage.
I am eager for the Great Comeuppance.
Even as far back as the days when the Democratic elites held legal title on human beings as their personal property, they’ve always believed in profiting from the labors of others. Has anything changed in the last 145 years? No. Democratic bosses and their lackeys still believe in the principles of paternalism, dynasticism, and “labor management,” generally. They are identity politicians first and last —always ready to steal or cheat to keep their power.
These days, of course, Americans are not born to the condition of slavery, but the adherence of some to the Democratic Party certainly qualifies as a congenital defect that shares certain aspects of that condition. Yet, even this can be ameliorated and overcome through embracing intellectual honesty and admitting that this country has been ill-served by the current Administration of Marxist thugs and post-American liars.
That’s right: I think it’s time for Democrats to apologize to Americans for what they have done to this country.
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