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Obama: You had a Bad Week

If this was not a great week for you, consider the week Obama just endured. Like your mama said, no matter how bad it is for you, there is always someone in worse shape.

How would you feel if Peggy Noonan called you creepy?. Obama, a creep. Works for me.

Consider our Great Leader’s weekly summary from the Washington Times:

So, in one week, Mr. Obama got caught whispering promises to our enemy, incited a race war, raised serious questions about his understanding of the Constitution, and then got smacked down over his proposed budget that was so wildly reckless that even Democrats in Congress could not support it.

Obama is someone I really dislike, but his week was so bad, many people might be a tad sympathetic if only the man had a shred of humility in his dark character. But he doesn’t . . . and so he tried to laugh off his open-mike humiliation and sent out his mouthpieces to say the overturning of Obamacare might be helpful to his re-election. Yeah, sure, when donkeys fly.

If there were any sane grown ups advising Obama they tell him drop his Soulja Boy swag. Not that it doesn’t appeal to his base, base.

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Texas native. Conservative small businessman with 31 years experience. Government should roll back the nanny state. No country can tax its way to prosperity. The question isn't who will let me but who will stop me?

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  1. I hope he has many more, all the way to election day. Never have I seen someone so without class, sensitivity, or reasonable intelligence. Well, not until I started paying attention to politics in 08. While I know that he is deliberately doing some of these things, I also believe he isn’t very intellectually smart, though clever enough to fool the people, at least one time.

  2. Never could get my arms around the polls that say ‘Americans disapprove by x%, but still find the President to be PERSONALLY POPULAR’. Its as if folks are afraid to state they don’t like him for a myriad of reasons, but hide behind the concept ‘I disapprove of his policies, but I’m sure he’s a great fellow anyway’. A great guy likely wouldn’t have so many crappy policies, annoying and dishonest employees and political allies, and his own vicious and arrogant pronouncements. I have a personal inoculation as a native Chicagoan: Never trust a product of the Chicago Machine. Certainly don’t vote for one. Ever. Because if he wins, he’ll look at you and say, I won, neener-neener.

  3. TG I’m still out on the race war stuff being bad for Obama. I think this one will actually GOTV the black vote more. Those who may have stayed home may actually make an *effort* to go to the polls.

    I posted elsewhere that Trayvon got the cover of People Mag citing a “Tragedy in America” or something like that. Yes, any death is a “tragedy in America” as far as I am concerned but this is a crisis taught by Rahm I am sure, Obama did not want to waste.

  1. I hope he has many more, all the way to election day. Never have I seen someone so without class, sensitivity, or reasonable intelligence. Well, not until I started paying attention to politics in 08. While I know that he is deliberately doing some of these things, I also believe he isn’t very intellectually smart, though clever enough to fool the people, at least one time.

  2. Never could get my arms around the polls that say ‘Americans disapprove by x%, but still find the President to be PERSONALLY POPULAR’. Its as if folks are afraid to state they don’t like him for a myriad of reasons, but hide behind the concept ‘I disapprove of his policies, but I’m sure he’s a great fellow anyway’. A great guy likely wouldn’t have so many crappy policies, annoying and dishonest employees and political allies, and his own vicious and arrogant pronouncements. I have a personal inoculation as a native Chicagoan: Never trust a product of the Chicago Machine. Certainly don’t vote for one. Ever. Because if he wins, he’ll look at you and say, I won, neener-neener.

  3. TG I’m still out on the race war stuff being bad for Obama. I think this one will actually GOTV the black vote more. Those who may have stayed home may actually make an *effort* to go to the polls.

    I posted elsewhere that Trayvon got the cover of People Mag citing a “Tragedy in America” or something like that. Yes, any death is a “tragedy in America” as far as I am concerned but this is a crisis taught by Rahm I am sure, Obama did not want to waste.

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