Wednesday, October 3, 2012


On September 11, 2008, Barack Obama said, “Washington is broken. My whole campaign has been premised from the start on the idea that we have to fundamentally change how Washington works.”

He was certainly right that Washington is broken.

Obama really believed that he could fix Washington by his own force of will and “self-discipline.”

In December of 2011, on 60 minutes, President BO (the child president) said, “I didn’t over promise and I didn’t underestimate how tough this was gonna be.”

In November of 2008, Obama said, “I think the I’m a better speech writer than my speech writers. I know more about policies on any particular issue than my policy directors. And I’ll tell you right now that I’m gonna think I’m a better political director than my political director.”

Some might call this self-confidence. Others would recognize it as pure narcissism.

The statement was grossly inaccurate. He has, in fact, been a particularly poor political director and a very poor communicator.

To be fair, on the TelePrompTer, he reads well. Extemporaneously, he is the pits.

His most infamous quote might have been, “If I don’t have this done in three years, then there’s going to be a one-term proposition.”

That was in February of 2009.

He hasn’t done it, and there is a sadly good chance that it is NOT going to be a one-term proposition…that is, if you believe the current polls.

We still have unemployment above 8%, a housing market that is dismal, at best, an economy that is as bad off now as it was when President BO (the child president) started “fixing” things with government interventions by decree.

“Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not, and a way that Bill Clinton did not.”

That quote, to the Reno Gazette-Journal in January 2008, was designed partly to taunt Hillary Rodham Clinton during Obama’s nomination fight against her. But it’s also plain that Obama really believed this.

Obama’s promise to close Guantanamo (Guantanamo will be closed no later than one year from now”) is one prediction that even his friends fault him on.

One of President BO (the child president)’s minions, David Axelrod, on NBC, proclaimed, “I think that health care, over time, is going to become more popular.”

This was an idea shared by the president.

He was wrong.

Only about 40% of the populace have any favorable comments about AHA.

He had said, “I favor legalizing same-sex marriages, and would fight efforts to prohibit such marriages.”

But when the time came, he took the opposite position.

That is, until an ABC interview (and subsequent speech) when he did a double-back and decided to favor gay marriage again…sort of.

One of President BO (the child president)’s most bizarre stances was his decision to support a “green” company that built solar panels. He said, “It’s here that companies like Solyndra are leading the way toward a brighter and more prosperous future.”

Solyndra then quickly went bankrupt, wasting $535 million taxpayer dollars.

In July of 2008, Obama said, “I fought you in the Senate for comprehensive immigration reform. And I will make it a top priority in my first year as President.”

I’m not sure what he means by “top priority,” because he has had so many it make your head spin.

Two weeks ago, on Univision, he blamed the bad economy, the Republicans and  his inability to predict how hard the problem would be to solve as the reason why he never made a single, solitary legitimate effort to do anything at all about immigration.

All of these (any many, many more) are the very reasons liberals love President BO (the child president) so much that they wasn’t to re-elect him.

They  have deep respect for his truthfulness, his integrity, his ability to lead and his strength of character.

Only trouble is, he has none of any of it.


My Conservative Thoughts said...


Here is a very interesting and informative video. I say informative, because it show just how tight Obama was with the King of racism Reverend Wright and just how proud he was about having such a close relationship with the Skum and imitating Wright’s rhetoric on Katrina was. Why should anyone be surprised? Obama used every excuse in the world to explain away his relationship with Reverend Wright during campaign 2008 was a lie. It goes back to that 20 year relationship where he never heard anything. But we already knew that this is old news, news that the lefties didn’t care about when they voted for him in 2008 so why would they care now? We also see here that Obama doesn’t want to build more highways out in the suburbs. That’s news to most of us, and there’s a lot more going on in that statement than racial code.
And every time I see a 60ish white woman pass a black man on the street, I wonder if she is going to cross over to the other side or not!
And another thing, why does he speak with that black accent whenever he addresses a black audience? But this video will not change anyone's mind, if they voted for Obama when they knew all this before but wanted a black man in the office regardless, then nothing will change their stupid minds now. Or how many liberal voters care?

Joe said...

MCT: Liberal voters are incapable of caring. They just vote the way they've always voted...with other parts of their anatomy than their brains.

Jarhead said...

The liberal media is going to say Obama is the winner no matter what..The so-called non partisan commentators on CNN etc, will dutifully throw Mitt under the bus to prove their 'fairness'. Count on it. These are not debates. They are joint press conferences run by left wing media freaks, and reported by other left-wing freaks!. I don't know if I have the stomach to watch these spewing hateful pigs, I may just watch the baseball game