Friday, October 2, 2009

Barack Husein Obama, Mmm, Mmm, Mmm...

Just for the record, I have no intrest in the Olympics what-so-ever, let alone where they hold them. So when we learned today that Chicago had been eliminated in the first round of voting, it was more of a yawn moment for me.

Well, it would have been if it weren't for the fact that our arrogant, egotistical, rock star president, Barrack Obama went to bat for us and failed.

This is par for the course though. Here we are, two wars going on. More and more Americans are dying in Afghastan. And for what? Millions of Americans are losing their jobs, unemployment is at it's highest level since the early 80's.

We're told if we don't pass his Health care plan, we'll all die. We're told if we don't sign on to his Cap and Trade fiasco, we'll all die. He ridicules CEO's for wasting money by flying on private jets and such, yet he has the gall to jump in Air Force One to give his pitch to host the Olympic Games. Whatever!

I know, like always, the press will do their best to put a positive spin on the whole thing. But think about it, guys.

What's the man actually done for us? Any of us? Okay yeah, he's done a lot of television. He's trotted around the globe, running America down. He's bowed down to Saudi Kings, he's apologized to the world for everything (good or bad) America has ever done.

What good has it done? Have any of our NATO allies stepped up to the plate and offered to help us out in Afghastan? How about North Korea and Iran's nukes? How's that working out? It's not.

How about withdrawing the missile defense from Poland? Do you really believe Russia is all the sudden going to help us out and support sanctions against Iran? I guess we'll see. I wouldn't count on it though.

The way I see it, is he's emboldened our enemies by showing weakness. He believes if he apologizes enough and makes nice with them , they'll be more willing to do what he wants. It's not going to happen.

And you can bet, they're all having a good laugh right about now.

He's the ultimate left-wing lunatic. And we elected him to lead us.

God help us!

6 comments:

  1. What with the deep hole Bush left us in (e.g. invading Iraq, rather than targeting Bin Laden, thus ruining any social capital we had with our neighbors on the planet; handing all our tax dollars over to Halliburtion [no bid contracts? really.]; and putting our country in such debt that he all but handed us over to China and Saudi Arabia [he should have been tried for treason for that one alone]...

    It will take more than a few months (and it's only been nine) for a real President (an adult, hallelujah!) to put us on the road to recovery.

    Bush left a lot of runny, stinky poo for Obama to clean up. It will take decades, i.e. at least 4 terms - let's pray we don't get another fascist coward like GW willing to sell our country to the highest bidder.

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  2. p.s. i've penciled up three ideas for the header. i should have them ready by next saturday.

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  3. Bam! So, Cat, how do you really feel about it?

    So let's see if I have this right. You blame Bush for almost everything that's ever gone wrong in this country, and for some reason, you pretend the democrats had nothing to do with any of it.

    Take Iraq. For me personally, I knew we were going to war no matter what and I hated it. Even I was smart enough to realize how bad this could get.

    But the thing you want to pretend is th fact that pretty much every politician, republicans and democrats alike who could find a television camera were warning us of how dangerous Sadam Husein was to the world. They all agreed he had stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction.

    Check it out, Cat. Just google 'em. They're all on record. Your side just wants to ignore all that and lay the blame on Bush and the republicans to the extent that you're unwilling to even question your guy, Obama on anything.

    You wanna have that debate?

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  4. p.s. I'm looking forward to seeing what you've come up with. And thank you for the debate.

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  5. I'd like to sound off here, Kevin, about the public-subsidized health care that is being considered by Congress. Tessa and I have been working with the Kansas Legislature, the governor(s) and cabinet secretaries for the last three years to find ways to include health insurance as part of the compensation for workers like me who are paid for providing Medicaid-funded services. We are trying to address the problem of high turnover and low-quality workers. You know, if somebody has a job with benefits, he is more likely to work harder at that job, show up on time, all that, right? But if Obama-care gets passed, there would be no way to motivate people with health-care benefits. Frankly, people would care less about their jobs if their health-care were somehow guaranteed by the government. I heard someone on the news last week complaining of all the lost productivity because people don't have health insurance. What about the lost productivity that is sure to happen if health insurance is free or under-priced? Just thought I throw that out there.

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  6. Exellent point, Fred.

    It's the same with any "free" government program. Before long there will be zero motivation for people to do much of anything at all. We'll all just sit on the couch watching Oprah while we wait for our check to come.

    Hell, what am I bitchin about? I've been working for a living for 36 six years now, and frankly, I'm sick of it! Sign me up. LOL...

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