The Curious New-Found Victimhood Of Barack Hussein Obama


It’s not that this story surprises me, necessarily; most politicians are pathological liars, as we all know, but this Obama creature brings deception and deceit and double-speak to a whole new level.

As it turns out, I happen to know quite a few lawyers and, with a couple exceptions, let me just apologize in advance; this is not directed at you personally. Ok, disclaimer duly registered…

Capitol Hill is over-run with these scum-sucking parasites; ambulance-chaser mentalities run amok in a sea of flashing lights and wailing sirens with no conscience and a complete inability to recognize the bold (and bald) faced lies and falsehoods that spew from their rancid, fork-tongued mouths every single day. I’d offer that, more than likely, they even lie whilst talking in their damn sleep, the rat bastards.

Lawyers can not be trusted, for their sole purpose in life is to find that soft spot in the underbelly of Justice and extract from it any spoils that might be found there and redistribute them to the unjust and the undeserving (if their pockets are deep enough, of course). As far as I’m concerned, lawyers are the single greatest cause of almost every problem and every injustice we have, anymore, in Washington DC (and across the country for that matter). They (by their own designs) mean to hinder any and every attempt at taking care of The People’s business if, in any way, their own best interests aren’t first provided for in advance.

Consider the first Obama passage of note in this AP article:

“There is nothing wrong with our country. There is something wrong with our politics.”

Something about some old guy named Holmes… and feces comes to mind here.

There is absolutely something wrong with our politics in this country, and as America’s Chief Executive politician, you have to assume he realizes that he’s talking first and foremost about himself. But, of course, by the time we’re done with this article you will see that he honestly believes he is a victim of America’s political dysfunction…and that right there’s about the best whopper I’ve heard since… well… since the last time Obama opened his mouth.

Let’s continue:

Obama aired his frustration with the ways of Washington at an event in Michigan before pivoting to his re-election campaign and a pair of big-money fundraisers in New York City.
Obama said he told his Michigan audience that it deserves better than what it’s been getting from Washington.

“They look at what’s happening in Washington and they think these folks are really from outer space because they don’t seem to understand how critical it is for us all to work together, Republicans, Democrats, independents, in order to move this country forward,” Obama said.

He added that the country is realizing the need to get involved.

“We’re going to have to get engaged and we’re going to have to speak out,” Obama said. “We’re going to have to register the fact that we expect more and we expect better.”


Obama just, essentially, said we need to do more of what the Tea Party has been doing for more than two years now; “get engaged and speak out.” Can anyone help me understand how it is that he seems oblivious to the idea that all of the Tea Party activism and their speaking out and “getting engaged” has been the very cause of the political impasse that, he himself, is at the center of? And hasn’t he been at the head of the campaign to discredit them because of their unwillingness to compromise even though he has been equally unwilling to “compromise” on a damn thing since he took office? After all, the very existence of Obama is what, ultimately, gave rise to the Tea Party to begin with…yes?

In a book I doubt he’s ever touched, except to place his left hand on, raise his right hand above, and lie through his teeth over, there’s a book, chapter, and verse that suits him and the lies he continues to tell while insisting we must accept them as truth:

Shall a multitude of words go unanswered, And a talkative man be acquitted? Shall your boasts silence men? And shall you scoff and none rebuke? For you have said, ‘My teaching is pure, And I am innocent in your eyes.’

A “talkative man be acquitted” indeed… he can keep talking all he wants, but the facts of the matter aren’t going to change.

Consider what I believe to be the passage that best sums up the folly that has become this silly little belief in Obama and the waning support for his mantra calling for “Hope and Change” [emphasis mine]:

Obama sought to channel the public’s anger in order to avoid being sunk by it himself. He urged the public to tell Washington lawmakers they’d had enough with the bickering and stalemates.

You’ve got to tell them you’ve had enough of the theatrics, you’ve had enough of the politics, stop sending out press releases. Start passing some bills that we all know will help the economy right now,” he said. “That’s what they need to do. They’ve got to hear from you.

Um, what?

He sent that ventriloquist dummy, Carney, out into the group-hug called the WH Press Corps for days to give us theater, shove relentless partisanship down our throats, and insist on legislation that we all knew would make the economy worse…and yet he has the audacity to say “them” and “they” as if he’s an innocent bystander somehow, helpless to do anything but look on from the sidelines? Really?

Those were HIS meetings that people were walking out of because he was unwilling to compromise and was too narrowly focused on any impact a final agreement would have on his re-election bid.

They’ve heard from us…HE’S heard from us. They’ve ALL heard from us. The problem here is that they just aren’t listening…they don’t think we know what we’re talking about, and all they think they need to do is just put their snake oil in prettier packages. They simply refuse to accept that all WE want is limited Government, low tax burdens, more jobs…and we want them to get the hell out of our way.

That is the real impasse in America, and it certainly isn’t embedded in our system of politics, rather it is firmly wedged between the governing and the governed. This isn’t about the left versus the right in DC either; they’re just scumsucking lawyers who have dedicated their lives to arguing with each other. We pay them a mighty fine taxpayer-funded salary to do so, I might add.

This is about something much larger than that.

Look-there’s no mystery about our refusal to accept his policies, and there’s no confusion as to why there is gridlock in Washington. Of course I say that and then read on in the article, down to the end, where I learn just how willing some people out there STILL are to buy what this disaster of a President is selling (and how utterly stupid some people really are):

After the Michigan stop, Obama attended a pair of fundraisers in lower Manhattan that raised more than $2 million.

He attended a reception with about 15 people at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Battery Park that was thrown by Gary Hirshberg, chief executive of organic yogurt maker Stonyfield Farm, before heading to dinner at Weinstein’s brick row house. Weinstein and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were hosts.

Other notables seated at the round dinner tables were New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, singers Alicia Keys and Chris Martin, who is Paltrow’s husband, Gayle King and designer Vera Wang. Obama’s motorcade passed by ground zero on the way to the dinner.

The $35,800 admission price is the legal maximum donation per person. Obama’s campaign keeps $5,000 and the Democratic National Committee pockets the remaining $30,800.

A fool and his money are soon parted, as they say, and this handful of idjits were willing to pony up 30 large (or more) to gobble up that snake-oil as if it were caviar…of course, maybe they just poured it OVER the caviar before they washed it down with a little bubbly until they were too drunk to realize just how badly they were being taken for a long ride off a short pier.

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August 12, 2011 3:11 pm

I am so glad you have started writing again! Can we hope for more rants like these?

Queen Hotchibobo
August 12, 2011 3:36 pm

This is a perfect rant. I especially love ths line:

*In a book I doubt he’s ever touched, except to place his left hand on, raise his right hand above, and lie through his teeth over,*

Most excellent post.

redneck hippie
August 12, 2011 5:56 pm

I think I just read that passage within the last day or so. Is it from Job?

Nothing like a dose of Job to get the rant juices flowing. Lovely piece.

August 12, 2011 10:37 pm

Excellent piece, ‘stack, and while I don’t know what these people talk about amongst themselves, I think the TP Memos are issuing forth fast and furious. I don’t usually watch Dateline, but I did tonight, and during a break, Ann Curry came on with a spot they do called “the More You Know”, I think. The topic was words, and words being used …..wrong. The specific line Ann used was that when words are ….used wrong…. they can “divide a nation”. Why would NBC put out a spot warning about people “using words wrong” and “dividing a nation”? We all… Read more »

August 13, 2011 1:03 am

5’s stack.

August 13, 2011 10:41 am

Allow me to add to the kudos; also, the main page graphic is outstanding!