Posts Tagged ‘BarackObama’
2. “Didn’t your lady parts warn you this would happen?”
3. “Look at the Bright Side, Gay marriage passed in four states.”
4. “Hey, Big Bird still has a job. Isn’t that the important thing?”
5. “I am sure Obama cares deeply about your situation. Maybe he’ll send you a postcard from Hawaii.”
6. “Well, look at the bright side, Rush Limbaugh is getting a massive tax increase.”
7. “Hey! Now you’ll have more time to play with your unicorn.”
8. “Isn’t it worth losing your job to know that religious organizations now have to pay for abortions and contraceptives?”
9. “Well, now you and Keith Olbermann have something else in common.”
Detached, leading from the rear? Not attending security briefings, except when the cameras are on?
Now an Ambassador is dead, and the truth is leaking out, screaming to be heard. Not only is Obama and his administration been proven to be liars, they got caught denying the Ambassador the help that was requested that might have saved lives.
When even CNN and the Washington Post start to take note, you know Obama is in real trouble.
- Rep. Allen West Op-Ed “LOOKING THE OTHER WAY: PRESIDENT OBAMA’S DANGEROUS FOREIGN POLICY” (allenwestrepublic.com)
- The Latest Shoe to Drop: Obama Regime Withdrew 16 Member Special Forces Team From Libya One Month Before Attack (nicedeb.wordpress.com)
- BREAKING NEWS: CIA Turns On Obama – Indicating Significant Cover-Up (itmakessenseblog.com)
Via The Blaze:
The compilation attached here is first product posted online by an amateur video editor. TheBlaze interviewed the project’s creator. The man (who wishes to remain anonymous) told us that he wanted to show his undecided friends (as well as those considering voting for Obama) the stark contrast between what the president has said in the past and what he has said and done in office.
Just words? Just speeches? How much can people take of this guy before they vote against him? Not just for some “write-in” candidate or third-party person, but for Romney, who can actually win against Obama?
Hey, full disclosure: Romney was my next to last choice, but he’s still better than my last choice, and light years better than Obama. Romney I believe will at least stop the bleeding, we can work from a position like that. The position we’re in is more like the Titannic, massive flooding and in danger of going down.
h/t Patti (@pir8gold)
Crossposted to Unified Patriots
- Obama Un-narrated Documentary/Review (in his own words) (tarpon.wordpress.com)
- ‘Words Matter’: Amateur Compilation Reel Pits Obama Against Himself (givemeliberty01.wordpress.com)
Proving that dead flesh can in fact be reanimated, the Democrats trotted out (or piped-in, as it were) ex President and current irrelevant statesman Jimmy Carter out to sing the Obama theme song [my emphasis below]:
Former President Jimmy Carter delivered a 4-minute video address to the Democratic convention, saying Obama offered a “clear choice” for voters. As Carter’s image beamed into the arena, Republican Mitt Romney’s campaign issued a news release declaring, “Welcome Back, Carter!”
Republicans have tried to tie Obama to Carter, comparing the current unemployment rate of 8.3 percent to the economic “malaise” of the late 1970s. A Romney spokesman said by choosing Carter to appear on the opening night of the convention, Obama “chose a fitting surrogate.”
Considering the tie to Jimmy Carter by the DNC was a godsend to the Republicans, it’s no surprise they already had a video waiting for release.
Well, it’s easy to see why the DNC opted for a video (one they could re-take or alter) rather than letting “Jimmah” loose on stage with an open microphone. Carter tends to say goofy and embarrassing shit:
Come convention time, there’s a tactful and a not-so-tactful way for Presidential campaigns to shield the great American public from members of the party hierarchy they’d rather keep firmly under wraps.
The first, which we shall call the Mitt Romney approach, is to simply ignore them. That’s how, in a snub recently chronicled by Newsweek, Sarah Palin ended up being effectively blackballed from last week’s Republican convention in Tampa.
The second, apparently preferred by Barack Obama, is to invite your embarrassing political relatives along, but hope that no-one notices.
Delegates here in Charlotte will this evening be treated to first a speech by Harry Reid, the party’s power-broking leader in the Senate, and then a video-taped series of remarks by former President Jimmy Carter.
- DNC Video: Message From Former President Jimmy Carter (foxnewsinsider.com)
- Boom! RNC video: ‘President Carter, President Obama,’ Ryan says ‘if fired Carter then, why rehire Obama now?’ (twitchy.com)
- The Democrats celebrate Jimmy Carter… but not for the cameras (blogs.independent.co.uk)
They built it
But it doesn’t matter…
It’s just a matter of time…
UPDATE! I hadn’t thought of this:
— Nunya Bidness (@cprater) September 2, 2012
- Dear Twitter: Why was @SandObama suspended? (twitchy.com)
- DNC Workers Erect Creepy Obama Sand Sculpture (thegatewaypundit.com)
- Giant sculpture of the POS at the 2012 DNC (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
- Obama Sand Sculpture versus Clint Eastwood and the Imaginary President (thewesternexperience.com)
- DNC Erecting Creepy Giant Obama Sculpture (frontpagemag.com)
Even in context, Obama’s “You didn’t build it” line to fawning leftists in Virginia is a horrible opening into the soulless ideology of our most liberal President ever. No acknowledgement at all of the hard work, sweat, and hours most of America’s entrepreneurs put in to become successful. None. They owe it all to the largess of their government betters.
As if the roads they travel to work and back were gifts from government, not the taxpayer-funded, pothole-strewn ribbons of asphalt they really are. As if the police and firefighters who protect them do so of the largess of government, not because those same people pay taxes to have them there. Business people got together and decided to pool their money in the form of taxes to have those things. It wasn’t a grant from Obama or his leftists predecessors, it was a necessary evil that Barry and his ideological soul mates have turned to evil to further their own political ambitions.
Needless to say, the people who actually have created jobs in this country (hint: it’s not people like B. Hussein Obama who spend their lives trashing the system when it works, and lauding it when it doesn’t) are thoroughly pissed off, and most aren’t very appreciative at being trashed by Obama in his remarks.
They’re hitting back.
- Barack Hussein Obama: ‘If You’ve Got a Business – You Didn’t Build That – Somebody Else Made It Happen’ (mikesright.wordpress.com)
- Romney Campaign Pushes Back, Releases “Built It” T-shirt And Video (redalertpolitics.com)
- Romney Camp Releases “These Hands” in Response to Obama’s Attack on Small Business Owners (thegatewaypundit.com)
- Obama to Business Owners: ‘You Didn’t Build That. Somebody Else Made That Happen’ (cnsnews.com)
I get so sick of this crap from the left: Question their sainted leftist President, ignore the question. Instead, focus on how it was asked, or when it was asked. Never focus on the question. Ever.
Also, make it about race. Always.
This morning at my desk, I was watching B. Hussein Obama give another presser (as opposed to a pres conference where he should, one would think, answer questions), and as I heard the droning and whistling “S”es winding down, I heard a reporter ask him a question, to which Obama angrily snapped at the reporter.
Obama had just, with the stroke of his pen, bypassed Congress yet again and enacted what amounts to backdoor amnesty through executive fiat. This was a major thing. Questions were everywhere. Questions you know he’d like to avoid, as his Executive Order was basically pandering to a group of Illegal Immigrants Rights people next week.
So a reporter, knowing Obama would be avoiding questions at all cost, asked a question:
Sometimes, the president does answer shouted questions. At the end of a March 23 Rose garden event, for example, he answered a shouted question about Trayvon Martin, a Florida youth killed in February.
On Friday The Daily Caller asked a question as his speech appeared to be ending.
The president rebuked the TheDC, but then he declined to answer any other questions when he finished his carefully crafted statement.
He declined to answer TheDC’s shouted question about the impact of his new policy on American workers. He also failed to answer another reporter’s question.
In previous administrations, some reporters used the tactic very effectively. ABC’s Sam Donaldson, for example, was famous for his shouted questions to President George H.W. Bush.
TheDC’s shouted question was described as a heckle by some established outlets.
It was not “heckling” as the left likes to call it whenever Obama is asked a tough question – or any question for that matter – by any reporter perceived a conservative. It was a question. Period. Mis-timed? Maybe, but it was a valid question that B. Hussein Obama should and would answer, if he had and answer, that is. But he doesn’t have an answer, because it’s all a political ploy to pander to a voting block.
Well, you know it didn’t take long for the first leftist at MSNBC to come out and call the question “Racist” as we see Julian Epstein here firing the first of what will no doubt be many salvos at the race line:
UPDATE: Here’s Neil Munro in his own words as to the why and how:
President Barack Obama declined to take any questions from reporters about his controversial and significant decision to offer a de-facto amnesty to at least 800,000 foreigners aged 15 to 30.
The president turned and walked away from reporters at the end of an early afternoon address in the White House’s Rose Garden, even though two reporters called out questions about his decision.
The announcement of the decision comes at a time of record unemployment among low-skilled workers, Hispanics and African-Americans.
For example, less than 50 percent of younger African-Americans have full-time jobs, according to data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Unemployment among Hispanics, youth and African-Americans rose in May, according to the BLS.
Obama justified his immigration decision by saying it is supported by business lobbies.
The president has often used this no-questions strategy when making important or poll-boosting announcements.
Or is he simply as clueless as Harry Reid?
President Obama attempted Friday to improve his chops as an international leader working hard to protect American workers and save Europe from its own political dysfunction. But his morning appearance in the White House briefing room is likely to be remembered, instead, for a single sound bite he surely wishes he could take back: “The private sector is doing fine,” he said.Instantly, Republican strategists on Twitter jumped on the remark, which will no doubt soon be inserted into speeches by his Republican rival Mitt Romney, along with anti-Obama television and Internet advertising. Republicans were already making the case that the President is out of touch with the American people and the workings of the private sector. Obama just made it that much easier.
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He’s so great, his name appears in the bios of 13 of our previous Presidents!