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Barack Barry Sotero Obama: Who’s your Daddy?

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Others who have previously held the position of father figure for Barry: left, “Rev.” Wright; right: Frank Marshall Davis.  Who’s next?

Loved the open letter to Obama below.  Hilarious, yet true.  Bold mine.

“I penned a message to Obama that I would like to deliver now.  Because Mr. Obama, I think it’s time we had a heart-to-heart talk. Let me be the father that you never had or never really knew, because I think you need some guidance. It’s time to man up. It’s time to grow up. That speech last night was an embarrassment. You couldn’t focus, you lashed out in all directions, you refused to accept responsibility for your own actions, and you were angry.

(And he was, folks! He was mad..) Being president is a big job.  It’s a big responsibility.  You wanted the position, Barack.  You campaigned for it.  You told the public to trust you with it, and they elected you — and you’re now president of the greatest country mankind has ever known, and yet you act like this was all coming to you, like you deserve it, that you’re better than the people you are supposed to serve and that you have no tolerance for debate or dissent. That’s not the way it works as president, Barack.  We have a Constitution, we have checks and balances, we have separation of powers, we have states — and most of all, we have the people.  You don’t get to impose your programs and policies on the nation and the people without our consent.

This is a representative republic, not a banana republic, and let me remind you: Karl Marx and Saul Alinsky are not our Founding Fathers.  This is a nation built on individuality, built on liberty, free markets, and faith.  Yet you, Barack, demand fidelity to a different belief system: A system that crushes individual initiative and free will.  The president does not berate Supreme Court justices who are guests of the Congress and who have no ability to respond to your attacks. You’ve made such a mess of things, Barack, and it’s time to stop deluding yourself. It’s time to stop blaming others.  You are delusional.  You are delirious.  It’s time for you to assume the responsibilities of a president rather than pretending to be one.

You’ve driven the nation’s debt over the edge.  It is your responsibility to fix it now.  Otherwise, our young people will have no future.  You were wrong to grant terrorists constitutional rights. Even the libs in New York don’t want the trial there now!  You, Mr. President, are endangering the security of this nation.  Now fix it!  Reverse course, and end the terrorists — all of them — back to Guantanamo Bay, where they belong.  You are wrong to nationalize one industry after another from automobiles to banks.  You are destroying competition and jobs.  You need to stop what you were doing before millions of more families go broke from your misguided policies.  It’s not too late to stop this.  I know you’re not going to stop it because last night you said you don’t quit, and I know what you mean.

You’re gonna keep plugging for the same agenda, which is going to destroy this country even more — which makes me think, Barack, that’s your objective. You know, Barack, unlike most presidents you’re dealing with a Congress that has super majorities in both houses, fellow Democrats.  It amazes me that with all the talk about your ability to persuade and communicate, that you can’t even hold your own party members together anymore.  Is that Bush’s fault, too? Is it is fault of the banks and the insurance companies and the lobbyists that you can’t keep your own Democrat Party unified — or is it a problem with your leadership, Barack, or lack of leadership?  It’s the latter, Mr. President. I’ll tell you, you are not a leader. You are an agitator and an organizer, and a process guy, but you are not a leader.  It is you who are doing something wrong.

The people in Virginia don’t like it.  The people in New Jersey don’t like it.  The people in Massachusetts don’t like it.  The people in Massachusetts and all over the country have the ability to inform themselves outside of your sycophant press corps, and they are doing so.  Members of your own governing majority don’t like what you are doing.  I mean, this calls for some self-reflection and some circumspection.  Has it occurred to you, Mr. President, even once that you’re not as cool as you think you are?  Has it occurred to you that you are screwing up?  And if it has, are you happy about that?  Has it occurred to you that you have a great deal to learn and that you need to take your own measure, or are you Mr. Perfect?  Are you God-sent?

Are you The One that you’ve been waiting for?  See, I have a little concern there may be a psychological issue at play here.  I don’t say this to demean you, Barack.  I say it because I’m concerned.  I mean, Tom Daschle was always “concerned” and I like the word. I’m concerned.  You seem to have a whole lot of enemies, at least in your own mind.  A partial list would include Fox News, insurance companies, banks, oil companies, the “special interests,” the Supreme Court, Republicans, talk show hosts, executives, anyone or any business that earns over $250,000 a year, mortgage companies, credit card companies — and the list goes on and on and on.  You have the longest enemies list of anybody I’ve ever known.

These people are not your enemies, though, Barack.  They are Americans.  They are part of this country.  They are part of what makes the nation work.  You are not.  You have nothing to do, and have had nothing to do, with this nation’s greatness.  You can’t lay claim to greatness on any scale, not even rhetorical.  But you have no direct relationship to the greatness of this country.  You are damaging the possibility of further greatness.  Nevertheless, like a bully, you continue to threaten all of these people.  The Supreme Court, Big Oil, Big Pharmaceutical, Big Retail, talk show hosts, Fox News, the list goes on.  You threaten anybody who does not agree with you.  You try to intimidate them.  You smear them.  Your sycophantic media goes right along and carries your water. But this is not what presidents do.

You’re supposed to lead not by threatening people but by encouraging them, by embracing them, by thanking them, by inspiring them.  Most of all you don’t seem to appreciate the magnificence of this nation!  I know you don’t.  The way you’ve been educated about this country it’s painfully obvious.  You think this country is guilty, period. Guilty and unjust.  You seem to think this country needs to be torn down so you can rebuild it.  But you were elected to be president, not some kind of dictator.  You must operate within the confines of the Constitution.  You are not bigger than the law, and you are not bigger than the people.  You were elected to serve the people, not dictate to them. Anyway, I’m sure this little lecture will not do you much good, particularly given the spectacle of your speech last night.  You really are full of yourself.  But I truly hope that this little talk does do you some good down the way, because something is going to have to change in you or we are doomed for at least the next three years.”

Good stuff.  I hate to have to reveal the author, because anything Rush Limbaugh says is always overshadowed by the fact that is said by *gasp* big, bad Rush Limbaugh. Yes, he is an unlikeable character and he gives me that inexplicable crawly-skin feeling at times , but that aside, I can get over myself well enough to admit he is right more often than not.  And that’s why lefties hate him.

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AP: Obama’s SOTU Lies

obama teleprompter

… but you didn’t need the AP to tell you that, right?  What a mind-blowing SOTU address…mind-blowing in that it wasn’t a state of the union speech at all, but rather an arrogant, cranky, defensive, megalomaniacal “State of Obama” defense/scolding at those who have had the intellectual ineptitude to doubt or disagree with The One.  At his classiest, Barry slanders the Supreme Court, showing both an arrogant disrespect to the bench as well as a significant lack of understanding for their ruling. Ummm, no foreign entities still cannot fund campaigns, Dispshit, but nice trying to malign the supreme court because you know free speech can only hurt you.  Anyone else find Barry’s references to his opposition from not only the Republicans in Congress but also in the vast conservative punditry reeeeally disturbing?  In short, his summation on said opposition is that it’s not his policies they dislike, it’s him.  Wow.  Similarly flabergastilicious was Obama’s hilarious, yet frightening take on the FAILED health insurance reform that was going to be signed in August ’09.  Allow me to translate the O-speak:  “Hey you buncha stupid hicks out there in America. Yeah, health care reform is about as dead as Ted, but that’s not because the policy you all opposed in record volume and numbers was bad.  No, you were all just TOO DUMB to understand it, and that’s where I failed:  I didn’t explain it clearly enough to all you stupid asses, because my massive ego will not allow me to believe that anyone could oppose me and actually understand what I stand for… for I am that I am.  No, my policy and I are perfect… you are all just too stupid, small, and feeble (racist?) to understand just how much good I can do for you.  I will do better next time explaining, children. Because I DO NOT QUIT!..and I’m a megalomaniac. Duh.”

I could go on like that all day.  My friends and I used to correspond in a language called Shannish, where we’d translate any message to each other into the language of Shannon, a mutual acquaintance who also happened to be an illiterate whackjob who abused CAPS and !!!!!!  I wish I had the time to translate the entire SOTU speech into Obamish…what Obama is really saying before his teleprompter translates.  Good times.

Alas, here are some nifty links instead:

AP fact checks

Even more fudged numbers from the stimul-ass. Total jobs added? According to them, 15 in 2009 and 27 in 2010. For $100 million. Am I supposed to cheer for that?”

Excellent blow-by-blow from the Yid

Obama’s Got a Fevah, and the on Rx is More OBAMA!

Just Unpresidential

Obamas Freeze is not cold or fast enough.

Before SOTU, After SOTU

Clear, concise looksie at Barry’s tax points.

More tackiness.  “Like my speech?  Show me the money…”

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Hey union scumbags: OWN IT!

UNIONS WILL DODGE O’S HEALTH TAX

What country is this?  So unions fought hard for this health care bill, literally beat people up for this legislation, yet they refuse to pay for it?  How does one fight for a cause, but then wants to be exempt from the cause’s consequences?  How does one then sit back in satisfaction knowing that others will suffer for YOUR cause, but you can rest assured that your money and security is safe.  Because I possess integrity and a conscience, I can’t answers these questions… but please do ask your closest union-member pals how Americans are supposed to reconcile this disgrace.   Not that they’ll care.  Scumbags.  If you wanted it, YOU OWN IT.  So who is going to pay the upwards of $60 billion lost to fund the healthcare bill now that unions are exempt?  Just guess.  If Obama had any last shred of integrity he would have tossed those union bosses right out on their asses…even if they do top the list of most visited visitors at the White House.  Sickening.

UPDATE:  well lookie here…That bimbo Palin urges union members to break with union bosses’ corrupt deal. Whatta dumb dummy.

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Thug-o-licious! The Chicago Way alive and well in DC/MA

thanks hillbuzz
SOOOOO much to say about the Senate race going on for Senate in the liberal heaven that is Assachusetts!  So little time.  This is killing me though, because , as Krauthammer points out, if Brown wins not only will Congress be unable to ram down our throat a bill that the majority of Americans are against, but also because Obama and pals will have no choice but to see that their shitty bill is not just shit, which they seem to be okay with, but “POISON.” God, this sucks so hard.  I absolutely hate feeling like my life is in the people of Massachusetts’ hands; ugh, I know where they’ve been.
Anyway, I’m enjoying gateway pundit and hillbuzz’s coverage of the MA Sentate race best.   The Hillbuzz boys are not only right but funny.  I am enjoying their crush on “Hottie McAwesome.”  Scroll through their posts HERE:
Below is recent gateway pundit coverage on the recent thuggery:
Wednesday, January 13, 2010, 12:10 PM
Jim Hoft

Barack Obama: “They Bring a Knife…We Bring a Gun”

Here’s the video of Weekly Standard reporter John McCormack getting pushed over a railing outside Martha Coakley’s lobbyist fundraiser in Washington DC.

The DNC sent the reported thug, Michael Meehan, to Massachusetts to assist with messaging.
Here’s the photo of the downed Weekly Standard reporter John McCormack:

He was roughed up and pushed down by Michael Meehan.

And, here is a page from the White House website:

Michael Meehan was nominated by President Barack Obama to the Broadcasting Board of Governors in November.
What a complete shock

Wednesday, January 13, 2010, 11:48 AM

On Tuesday Night Martha Coakley staffer Michael Meehan shoved Weekly Standard reporter John McCormackover a railing outside of Martha Coakley’s Washington DC health care lobbyist fundraiser.

Michael Meehan, a media consultant with ties to Massachusetts, was sent by democratic officials to “assist the Coakley camp with messaging.”
His message was clear.

Here’s a photo of Meehan after reportedly shoving McCormack to the ground outside the lobbyist event.

The Boston Herald reported on the dust up outside the restaurant.

But that’s not all…Michael Meehan, Weekly Standard assaliant, is a Senior Vice President of Virilion a democratic advertising agency. The company representsthe Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA). PhRMA member companies spent $44.5 billon in 2007 to discover and develop new medications. Big PhRMA also spent money on the democrat’s health care legislation.

There was a slew of lobbyists at Coakley’s fundraiser last night.
The Washington Examiner reported:

Of the 22 names on the host committee–meaning they raised $10,000 or more for Coakley–17 are federally registered lobbyists, 15 of whom have health-care clients. Of the other five hosts, one is married to a lobbyist, one was a lobbyist in Pennsylvania, another is a lawyer at a lobbying firm, and another is a corporate CEO. Oh, and of course, there’s also the political action commitee for Boston Scientific Corporation.

All the leading drug companies have lobbyists on Coakley’s host committee: Pfizer, Merck, Amgen, Sanofi-Aventis, Eli Lilly, Novartis, Astra-Zeneca, and more. On the insurance side of things, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Humana, HealthSouth, and United Health all are represented on the host committee.

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MA: Listen to Curt Schilling!

Taken from Hillbuzz:

H/t SallyVee

You know something, if someone running for office in Ohio insulted the Indians, or the stadium we will always call Jacob’s Field, that person would be tarred and feathered.

There are TWO baseball teams and stadiums to avoid insulting here in Chicago, which makes things even more tricky, since a candidate can’t appear to favor one more than the other, or insult either of them.

Martha Coakley’s practically taken photos of Fenway Park, ripped them up into confetti, thrown them in the air, then had dogs urinate on them.  Her attitude is deplorable.  It really does appear her true nature is coming out in this campaign:  she infuriated us by having one of her goons push a reporter to the ground the other day, and now she’s denigrating the kind of old school campaigning we want to see politicians engage in:  going out to meet the voters at places like Fenway Park, which Scott Brown is out there doing.

Coakley insists she’s already won this race, and that going to Fenway Park is stupid, since so many people she hates are milling about there, being stupid, none of them worth her precious time.  This woman has all the time in the world for the Kennedy Family, and for Washington lobbyists, but she can’t deign to shake a few hands outside FENWAY PARK.

She is out of her damn mind.

And Kurt Schilling has now told her so:

Want ANOTHER reason to NOT vote for Martha Coakley???

Posted By Curt Schilling On January 14, 2010 @ 11:02 am In Family, General, Life | 25 Comments

Picked this up from here… [1]

If she hasn’t done it yet, Martha Coakley may have just killed her campaign.

She’s apparently been trying to win the title of Worst Political Campaign Ever, and she might have just clinched it with her little dig at Scott Brown over Fenway Park. [2]

The appearance characterizes Coakley’s approach to this truncated race. Aware that she has little time for the hand-shaking and baby-kissing of a standard political campaign, she has focused instead on rallying key political leaders, Democratic activists, and union organizers, in hope they will get people to the polls.

… Despite that, there is a subdued, almost dispassionate quality to her public appearances, which are surprisingly few. Her voice is not hoarse from late-night rallies. Even yesterday, the day after a hard-hitting debate, she had no public campaign appearances in the state.

Coakley bristles at the suggestion that, with so little time left, in an election with such high stakes, she is being too passive.

“As opposed to standing outside Fenway Park? In the cold? Shaking hands?’’ she fires back, in an apparent reference to a Brown online video of him doing just that. “This is a special election. And I know that I have the support of Kim Driscoll. And I now know the members of the [Salem] School Committee, who know far more people than I could ever meet.’’

There are just so many things wrong with that statement.

It shows her elitism and arrogance unbelievably. Aside from the apparent feeling that the seat belongs to her just by virtue of her party, she just admitted that she doesn’t need to bother meeting with constituents because she’s meeting people like Kim Driscoll, and political leaders, and Democrat activists. I guess they’re the ones that matter, huh? I know it’s a “special election” and all, but that doesn’t mean that she doesn’t need to fight for this seat. Prancing around with this mindset of “Oh, I’m a Democrat, therefore Ted Kennedy’s seat just automatically belongs to me regardless of what the people think,” is idiotic. Acting as if she doesn’t need to give her constituents the time of day is ludicrous. She can make all the snide remarks about Scott Brown shaking hands with people in the cold that she wants, but that’s what you’re supposed to do when you’re trying to get elected. She seems to have forgotten that she’s trying to get elected in Massachusetts, and not in Washington D.C. — if she remembered that, maybe she’d spend more time trying to impress Massachusetts voters and less time rubbing elbows with the Democrat establishment, Big Pharmacy lobbyists, and union leaders. Most normal politicians, Republican or Democrat, do go shake hands with voters. Even if it means standing in the cold outside of Fenway Park.

Finally, has she forgotten who she’s talking to? What state she’s wanting to represent in the Senate? It’s Massachusetts. You do not make sneering insults about Fenway Park. What’s she going to do next, insult the Red Sox? That’d really just be the cherry on top of a delightful campaign. Fenway Park and the Red Sox are damned near sacred to Massachusetts residents, Bostonians in particular. Really, I’m starting to think that she just doesn’t want to get elected or something. Because anyone with half a modicum of sense knows that you do not go into Boston and mess with Fenway Park.

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To be honest, as a bunch of gay guys in Boystown, Chicago, we have no idea who Kurt Schilling is.  But, we sure know who Scott Brown is.

He’s Hottie McAwesome.

We love this man.

Checkout his new ad, highlighting him meeting the voters and shaking hands, while Martha Coakley looks down on the voters and instead fancies herself a Royal in the Duchy of Kennedy.

Great Merciful Zeus, people of Massachusetts, teach our would-be aristocrats a valuable lesson and help Scott Brown clean Martha’s entitled, pompous clock on January 19th.

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It’s just this simple.

Via Hillbuzz, who for the year that I’ve been reading them have only referred to Obama as Dr. Utopia.

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Only Republicans & Conservatives are racist

Harry Reids alphabet circa 1890's

I have lots of thoughts on the Harry Reid’s observations on Obamas light-skin and well-timed negro dialect, but since I’m not a real blogger but instead a venting, tired, insomniac,  derby-playing, teacher-mom of three boys, I probably will never get the appropriate time or energy to elaborate as I’d like.  It’s at times like these that my favorite blogger, who writes under the name Dr. Zero, never seems to disappoint and writes exactly what I’m thinking, but does so more clearly and directly than I would.

The Power Of Thin Skin

Posted by Doctor Zero on January 11, 2010

Senator John McCain is under fire for comments made to the authors of a new book, in which he said white people were more likely to vote for Barack Obama because he is “light-skinned” and has “no Negro dialect.”

Fortunately for McCain, honest liberals have been working hard to help him survive the controversy without resigning his office. In a Daily Beast column entitled “McCain Was Right,” Peter Beinart concedes the use of the word “Negro” is “unpleasantly retro,” but adds that “everything else about his statement is undeniably correct. Political scientists have proved it. Famous African-Americans have testified to it.” Even Al Sharpton was gracious enough to dismiss the incident as a “distraction,” after wryly noting that McCain “did not select the best word choice in this instance.”

Oh, wait, hang on a second. It was actually Harry Reid who spoke of the light-skinned Barack Obama and his lack of a Negro dialect, not John McCain. My mistake. I’m sure everything would have played out exactly the same if McCain had said it. After all, there was little controversy over Sarah Palin’s condescending description of Obama as “clean and articulate” during the campaign. Wait, sorry, that was Joe Biden.

Of course there are gigantic double standards for Democrats and Republicans when it comes to uncomfortable racial moments. George Allen, once touted as a strong Republican candidate for the presidency, made the mistake of uttering a weird nonsense word at a rally some years ago, and within a month you could no longer hear the muffled screams and thumping from his political coffin. I’ve heard a few conservatives float the idea that the Harry Reid incident will put hair-trigger racism smears against Republicans to bed for good. That ideal is loaded, kids, and the safety is off. Put it down on the table and back away slowly. Nothing will destroy a promising GOP candidate faster than the foolish belief he can use words half as radioactive as “Negro dialect” and walk away with a hearty slap on the back from Al Sharpton.

The racial double standard is largely a matter of crude political calculation. Many of the same Democrat mouthpieces rushing to help Harry Reid to the fainting couch would pirouette within minutes to attack a Republican in a similar predicament. It’s not all pure political hackery, though. As James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal points out, Geraldine Ferraro’s reputation died from a nasty case of the bug Harry Reid seems poised to recover from. The racism double standard is a logical result of “progressive” thinking about matters of race, and the overall goals of collectivism.

Liberals have stated many times that racism exists in the ear of the offended. If a duly consecrated victim group decides to take umbrage at certain language, it automatically becomes toxic, no matter the intentions of the speaker. On the other hand, victim groups can issue blanket absolution to anyone they wish.

Are you a person of color, who found nothing terribly offensive about the career-ending mistakes of Trent Lott or George Allen? That doesn’t matter, because individual members of victim groups are not authorized to grant absolution. Only collective action can achieve racial justice. Only the leaders of a collective can make important decisions on matters affecting shared identity. You cannot achieve social justice, shatter the glass ceiling, or take care of your poor family on your own. Your needs must be cared for by the powerful leaders of your collective group, who maintain their power by promoting an atmosphere of division.

Collectives value solidarity above all other things. A labor union or racial grievance group draws its power from the absolute, unqualified support of its membership… or, at least, the widespread perception they enjoy such support. Maintaining solidarity requires enemies, as the next Republican who refers to anyone with a drop of African-American blood as “light-skinned” will quickly discover. It also requires loyalty, and the swift punishment of treason, as Clarence Thomas – a man very far from the “eighth-grade writer” Harry Reid once dismissed him as – could testify.

A demonstration of collective morality can be seen in the decision by the Democrats and the NAACP to defend Reid by publicizing the voting records of Republicans who have called for his resignation. There is crass political calculation here, of course – liberal organisms like the NAACP are not interested in persecuting a useful ally. If you grant Reid’s defenders a bit of intellectual honesty, you can interpret their actions as an expression of the idea that insults can only be measured by their damage to the collective, not the umbrage of faceless individuals.

Are you a person of color who found Reid’s comments outrageous? Tough. Your feelings are not important to a leadership that defines “outrage” as legislative resistance to their power. It’s not as if Reid ever did anything truly offensive, such as propose a tax cut for the evil rich. Anyone who has done as much as Reid to keep money and power flowing into Washington, where it can be parceled out by politicians loyal to the agenda of the NAACP, has rendered enough service to the collective to excuse a few uncomfortable ruminations about “Negro dialect.”

The selectively thin skins of racial power brokers serve one other purpose, crucial to the collectivist cause: they make it difficult to talk about individuals at all. As Peter Beinart pointed out in the Daily Beast, Harry Reid’s clumsy comments about Obama are technically accurate. To refer back to my own point above, any Republican who makes a comparably accurate observation will be instantly vaporized. This has a corrupting effect on our discourse, by making people too nervous to speak clearly… and muddled speech leads to confused thought. Look at the Transportation Security Agency, which is forbidden to accurately describe what they’re supposed to be protecting us from, and therefore ends up protecting us from hand soap, shoes, Joan Rivers, and Michael Yon.

Tension and hostility are useful to collectivists, because they produce deference to the leadership. Individuals of any color are cautioned not to think too clearly about social justice, racial equality, or how they might achieve these things on their own. Instead, for their own safety, they are directed to seek the guidance of Big Government and its many deputies. Insurance policies against career immolation are available for politicians… at the low, low price of a few billion dollars of their constituents’ tax money.

As a purely tactical matter, Republicans are better off leaving Harry Reid to plod and groan through the halls of the Senate, until the voters of Nevada show up with pitchforks and torches to put him down. As a point of grand strategy, they should never miss a chance to highlight the racism double standard, without developing any delusions about their immunity to it. In the interests of reason, and in the hope of reducing the level of racial pressure in America today, they should remind Harry Reid that apologizing to Obama isn’t good enough, because the truly injured party is the American voter… who is mightily sick and tired of being told he won’t vote for someone whose skin isn’t light enough.

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