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The Obama Administration – So Far

How’s the “Change” so far?

Bill Whittle re-caps the first…it’s been barely over TWO YEARS? In in the last two years we’ve seen things that have truly shamed us as a nation.

After seeing the video, ask yourself; Does Barack Hussein Obama deserve four more years?

I think not, he doesn’t even deserve the remainder of his current term…

The only Change we can Hope for now is to rid ourselves of this current administration and somehow repair the damage – damage that runs deep and may linger for years.

Crossposted to TowDog

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  1. I find a summary like Mr. Whittle’s useful; last week’s atrocity tends to overlay last month’s in my short-term memory. Being reminded of the cumulative awfulness of this administration keeps me fired up! C’mon Nov 2012, goodbye Big EarsMr. Obama!

    • About last week’s atrocity tends to overlay last month’s. I hear you. I misremembered my come to Jesus moment on Obama being a communist. For a minute I thought the moment had been the return of the Churchill bust. But Bill’s film reminded me it was a little bit later that my denial was finally eclipsed. It wasn’t the bust, it was the support of the Honduran dictator. Talk about scales falling from eyes. It was a very depressing realization. Very sad for our country.

  2. Thanks, EB. What worries me – We understand, can relate, because we know history, American history and world history. And thankfully, some have woken up and are thinking about taking the schools back. But what about the kids who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s? The changes that the lefties started putting in in the 70’s started taking hold in the 80’s and 90’s. Can those people be reached?

  3. ‘can those people be reached?’ if you mean the people who blindly follow a party or person…no…

    if you mean those people who vote the newest ‘thing’ and ‘pop culture icon’ … maybe…

    if you mean those independents who follow the money…yes…

    don’t throw pearls before swine – don’t try and reach the people who vote with their chip on their shoulder…

    reach those people who think for themselves

  4. A speaker I heard yesterday said, with tongue planted firmly in cheek, regarding US foreign policy, that the most important thing is “for us to have one.”

    Whittle makes a compelling case that we do indeed have one – a very dangerous and destructive one, indeed.

    I’ve tried cases to a jury – and won them – with a smaller quantum of evidence than he’s presented here.

  5. I know what you mean, Queen. (No pun intended). 🙂 There is just so much of it it’s hard to catalogue it all. We’ve already forgotten about the shenanigans in Korea. Pretty sure O’s handlers know the problem; but not to worry, the push is on to portray the opposition (us) as racist. PBS is doing it’s part by playing the tapes of the dogs and firehoses in Birmingham during primetime every weekend, and those mesmerized by that will not make the connection that it was the Democrats that were doing it. As I wrote in my post on reparations – that effort is ongoing. And we know now that the Latino outreach campaign will reach a crescendo in the months leading up to Nov. 2012. He already wrapped up the gay vote, the union vote, and the enviro-whacko vote has been in the bag for years. If patriots want to beat him, they’re going to have to bring their A game.

      • Oh, yes, it can be done…eventually. I like to encourage and praise groups like this, and people like Joseph C. Phillips, Mychal Massie,, etc. Of course many of the nationally known figues, like Bishop Jackson and Ken Blackwell and Larry Elder know what the score is. Niger Innis is another. They just don’t have the inside-the-beltway clout that the establishment Dems and the traditional black activists have. And the effort needed is massive and time is short before 2012 – thus my pessimism.

  1. I find a summary like Mr. Whittle’s useful; last week’s atrocity tends to overlay last month’s in my short-term memory. Being reminded of the cumulative awfulness of this administration keeps me fired up! C’mon Nov 2012, goodbye Big EarsMr. Obama!

    • About last week’s atrocity tends to overlay last month’s. I hear you. I misremembered my come to Jesus moment on Obama being a communist. For a minute I thought the moment had been the return of the Churchill bust. But Bill’s film reminded me it was a little bit later that my denial was finally eclipsed. It wasn’t the bust, it was the support of the Honduran dictator. Talk about scales falling from eyes. It was a very depressing realization. Very sad for our country.

  2. Thanks, EB. What worries me – We understand, can relate, because we know history, American history and world history. And thankfully, some have woken up and are thinking about taking the schools back. But what about the kids who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s? The changes that the lefties started putting in in the 70’s started taking hold in the 80’s and 90’s. Can those people be reached?

  3. ‘can those people be reached?’ if you mean the people who blindly follow a party or person…no…

    if you mean those people who vote the newest ‘thing’ and ‘pop culture icon’ … maybe…

    if you mean those independents who follow the money…yes…

    don’t throw pearls before swine – don’t try and reach the people who vote with their chip on their shoulder…

    reach those people who think for themselves

  4. A speaker I heard yesterday said, with tongue planted firmly in cheek, regarding US foreign policy, that the most important thing is “for us to have one.”

    Whittle makes a compelling case that we do indeed have one – a very dangerous and destructive one, indeed.

    I’ve tried cases to a jury – and won them – with a smaller quantum of evidence than he’s presented here.

  5. I know what you mean, Queen. (No pun intended). 🙂 There is just so much of it it’s hard to catalogue it all. We’ve already forgotten about the shenanigans in Korea. Pretty sure O’s handlers know the problem; but not to worry, the push is on to portray the opposition (us) as racist. PBS is doing it’s part by playing the tapes of the dogs and firehoses in Birmingham during primetime every weekend, and those mesmerized by that will not make the connection that it was the Democrats that were doing it. As I wrote in my post on reparations – that effort is ongoing. And we know now that the Latino outreach campaign will reach a crescendo in the months leading up to Nov. 2012. He already wrapped up the gay vote, the union vote, and the enviro-whacko vote has been in the bag for years. If patriots want to beat him, they’re going to have to bring their A game.

      • Oh, yes, it can be done…eventually. I like to encourage and praise groups like this, and people like Joseph C. Phillips, Mychal Massie,, etc. Of course many of the nationally known figues, like Bishop Jackson and Ken Blackwell and Larry Elder know what the score is. Niger Innis is another. They just don’t have the inside-the-beltway clout that the establishment Dems and the traditional black activists have. And the effort needed is massive and time is short before 2012 – thus my pessimism.

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