“Argue with neighbors, get in their faces… If you get hit, we will punch back twice as hard… I don’t want to quell anger. I think people are right to be angry. I’m angry…If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun. Because from what I understand folks in Philly like a good brawl. I’ve seen Eagles fans.”
The Obama Doctrine: “Do as little as necessary to appear to be doing something without actually committing to a cause or course of action.”
“If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. Period.”
“If you like your health care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health care plan. Period. No one will take it away, no matter what.”
“We will lower your premiums by $2,500 per family, per year.”
All three of those statements have been proven to be lies.
All three of those statements, at the time they were made, were identified as not being what the actual Obamacare law would allow, by people who actually read the bill.
Those people were called “racists” by people who didn’t read the bill.
I’m not expecting any apologies to the people wrongly attacked for having actually read the so called “Affordable Care Act.”
I am expecting the people who attacked them with slanderous lies to apologize for the man who lied to them and to continue their baseless, partisan attacks on any one who dares to speak the truth.
“Jarrett, an old Chicago friend of both Barack and Michelle Obama, appears to exercise such extraordinary influence she is sometimes quietly referred to as “Rasputin” on Capitol Hill, a reference to the mystical monk who held sway over Russia’s Czar Nicholas as he increasingly lost touch with reality during World War I.”
Let’s be honest here. Barry won’t take a piss without checking with Valerie Jarrett to see how many times he is allowed to shake when done.
Filed under: economy, Obama Economy, Obamaspeak, Our Dear Leader, Politics
“Increasing America’s debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that “the buck stops here.” Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better. I therefore intend to oppose the effort to increase America’s debt limit.”
To be fair, that was what he said back in 2006, when he was a Senator from a fly over state with less than one year on the job. Perhaps he was just dangerously incompetent. On the other hand, there was a Republican in the White House back then, so perhaps he was just being the hyper-partisan political demagogue that he has proved himself to be time and time again. On the gripping hand, it probably is both.
The Washington Post had an article that brought up this quote in the context of the current debt limit debate. It said that Obama’s rhetoric then would be considered “a bit Tea Partyish” today. Spin the standard media bias out of that statement, and it is more than a “a bit.” The article also gives Obama an upside down Pinocchio for his current stance. In their rating scale, that is “A statement that represents a clear but unacknowledged “flip-flop” from a previously-held position.”
Filed under: American History, History, Obamaspeak, Our Dear Leader, Politics
What I am opposed to is a dumb war. What I am opposed to is a rash war. What I am opposed to is the cynical attempt by Richard Perle and Paul Wolfowitz Samantha Power and Susan Rice and other armchair, weekend warriors in this administration to shove their own ideological agendas down our throats, irrespective of the costs in lives lost and in hardships borne.
What I am opposed to is the attempt by political hacks like Karl Rove David Axelrod to distract us from a rise in the uninsured, a rise in the poverty rate, a drop in the median income – to distract us from corporate scandals and a stock market that has just gone through the worst month since the Great Depression. That’s what I’m opposed to. A dumb war. A rash war. A war based not on reason but on passion, not on principle but on politics. Now let me be clear – I suffer no illusions about Saddam Hussein Bashar Assad. He is a brutal man. A ruthless man. A man who butchers his own people to secure his own power. He has repeatedly defied UN resolutions, thwarted UN inspection teams, developed chemical and biological weapons, and coveted nuclear capacity. He’s a bad guy. The world, and the Iraqi Syrian people, would be better off without him.
But I also know that Saddam Assad poses no imminent and direct threat to the United States or to his neighbors, that the Iraqi Syrian economy is in shambles, that the Iraqi Syrian military a fraction of its former strength, and that in concert with the international community he can be contained until, in the way of all petty dictators, he falls away into the dustbin of history.
Filed under: Culture of Corruption, Obamaspeak, Our Dear Leader, Politics
Setting the way back machine to 2008 for this quote from the recently elected US Senator Barack Hussein Obama:
“No one should get a free pass to violate the basic civil liberties of the American people – not the President of the United States, and not the telecommunications companies that fell in line with his warrantless surveillance program. We have to make clear the lines that cannot be crossed.”
Ya, he was lying when he said that. That is pretty consistent with just about everything else he has said.
Filed under: Media Bias, Obamaspeak, Our Dear Leader, Politics
This is why our Dear Leader shouldn’t be let out without his teleprompter…
Yup. Of course you know if any Republican said that, every major “mainstream” media outlet would be leading with this.
Since it wasn’t, expect to hear crickets instead of any left leaning DNC operative with byline cover this.
Filed under: Obamaspeak, Our Dear Leader, Politics, Video