And to that I reply: “did someone say pull out all the stops on this post?”
Why, yes, I suppose someone did.
Obama got voted into office in his first and second terms because he is black. Plain and simple. He’s black enough to vote for, convenient for some, inconvenient for others. He’s black like this:
Figure 1. Mr Obama
Not black like this:
Figure 2. Not Mr Obama
No GOWP would admit it, but their votes are prejudiced in and of themselves. They would never vote for a black man who appears like Shabazz. The nose is too flat, the skin too dark, the scowl too offensive, the tattoos, the dreadlocks; no, that simply cannot be. He is not a “clean” black man.
And that is what GOWPs and other racists who voted for Mr Obama simply because of his melanin count acquired: a “clean” black man and nothing more. Oh, but wait: with a few other exceptions:
He has NPD, he is arrogant, a megalomaniac, literally raised by Communists and good friends with William Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn (both committed white Communist insurrectionists).
Samuel L Jackson admitted he voted for Barack Hussein Obama solely because he was black. So did an admitted 90% + of black Americans. And GOWPs weighed in (Guilty Overeducated White People) also for the same reason, because Mr Obama was clean (see Figure A). Not like the other man (see Figure B).
With Mr Obama, his minions, his sycophants, his supporters, his educators, his creators, it all comes down to one thing: race. Well, okay, and a few other things as well, to include Cloward-Piven and anarchy and tearing down America. Heavy sigh.
Racists, all of them; including Mr Obama. They fail to see people as individuals, they see people only in terms of color.
That said, new headlines from the WCO (Water Carriers for Obama), the New York Times:
A senior adviser to President Obama mounted a combative defense of the administration on Sunday, saying the controversies enveloping the White House were the result of Republican lawmakers’ trying to “drag Washington into a swamp of partisan fishing expeditions, trumped-up hearings and false allegations.”
He (Dan Pfeiffer) pointedly rejected Republican criticisms of the president’s actions and leadership style as “offensive” and “absurd,” and he said the administration would not be distracted from doing the nation’s business.
And there you have it in one complete and easily summarized little nutshell: those four Americans who died in Benghazi died for nothing, and to demand the truth, an accountability and responsibility during Mr Obama’s watch is “offensive.”
But let’s just complete that sentence, ladies and gentlemen: “the criticism is offensive because _____ __ _____.”
Please allow me to fill in the final three words: “Obama is black.”
How dare you treat Mr Obama like any other president because, after all, Mr Obama is black. Which makes anyone demanding accountability a racist.
See how easy that was? It’s called deflection and it works for GOWPs because it stirs up emotions: they feel guilty; it works for blacks because they voted for The Black Man due to his melanin count and nothing more.
He says that, as a “African American” (a hyphenate) you must work “twice as hard.”
My point precisely! It takes an incredible work ethic to get up at roughly noon in order to sling drugs in the neighborhood. Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives. It takes an incredible work ethic to open your garage door and invite your partying friends over late at night, drinking beer, smoking dope, and hosting all the local thump cars: dopers in their new Dodge Chargers, Conestoga Wagons, 1975 Cadillacs, black Escalades with spinners (though spinners are so yesterday). Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives. And it takes an incredible work ethic to be in your 20s and play basketball in your driveway all day, every day, with your 20-something friends as well. Basketball is hard work! Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives. Neighbors driving newer cars, with newer toys, TVs, motorcycles, clothing, and seldom leaving the house but for a few minutes. As in: not going to work. Oh, that’s right, yes: the neighborhood I see every day, where my wife lives.
It took a black officer of rank on our department tons of sweat and arduous times in order to achieve his position so that he could swive women extramaritally and become corrupt to the point where the administration must keep him out of the way and buried if for no other reason than he can no longer testify in open court. A man taken right out of the academy and placed into a prestigious unit because — wait for it — he is black. And throughout all of that no one has fired him because — wait for it — he is black. Where a white female Captain told me years ago that I would not get promoted because — wait for it — I am a Caucasoid male. I still hand it to her: that took large balls to tell me the actual truth.
Ah yes, racial clarity: this country is still populated by racists.
But, I submit, they’re precisely the opposite of who you think they are. And racism, these days, starts right at the top.
Trust me when I tell you: I am so fucking tired of racists playing the race card themselves.
From the Cato Institute:
Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius’ latest abuse of power has strengthened the case for her removal from office. Before discussing her latest misconduct, let’s review some of Sebelius’ past abuses of power.
But wait; here is the crux of the biscuit:
Now we learn, from the Washington Post’s Sarah Kliff, “Sebelius has, over the past three months, made multiple phone calls to health industry executives, community organizations and church groups and directly asked that they contribute to non-profits that are working to enroll uninsured Americans and increase awareness of the law.”
Once again, Leftist government steamrolling over citizens and organizations in order to ram down a political agenda at the behest of Barack Milhous Obama.
Seen in the media? Discussed by the American Media Maggots?
Of course not.
And one teeny-tiny thing one might want to consider: this is illegal.
President Obama “obviously likes giving speeches more than he does running the executive branch,” Chris Matthews said tonight.
“What part of the presidency does Obama like? He doesn’t like dealing with other politicians — that means his own cabinet, that means members of the congress, either party. He doesn’t particularly like the press…. He likes to write the speeches, likes to rewrite what Favreau and the others wrote for the first draft,” Matthews said.
“So what part does he like? He likes going on the road, campaigning, visiting businesses like he does every couple days somewhere in Ohio or somewhere,” Matthews continued. “But what part does he like? He doesn’t like lobbying for the bills he cares about. He doesn’t like selling to the press. He doesn’t like giving orders or giving somebody the power to give orders. He doesn’t seem to like being an executive.”
Hmm. Not the same words of the formerly-ebullient Chris Matthews who absolutely adored Mr Obama not too terribly long ago.
Yes, you heard correctly:
CHRIS MATTHEWS: He does run the IRS. He runs the Treasury Department. He runs the United States government, and he is accountable for it, and this is nonsensical.
AG Holder is continuing, however, to ensure that Obama’s and Clinton’s collective asses are covered as, below, he refuses to appoint a Special Counsel for Benghazi:
According to Mr Obama’s thoughts and actions, he is clearly an uninvolved third party. He is not responsible. He campaigns, he speaks, he pontificates, he scowls, he reads from a TelePrompter. He believes, however, that to be expected to labor in any significant way in the White House is beneath him. It should be sufficient to appear at work daily, place his feet on any number of valued and historic White House pieces of furniture, and have praise bestowed upon him (peace be upon him).
Obama is classless, tasteless, an empty egomaniacal suit. And I have always believed that Mr Obama has NPD.
The train is approaching a switch; it is up to the American Media Maggots to align it properly for the Obama Train. Will they?
Fornicalia Congressman Devin Nunes of the 22nd district spoke on the Hugh Hewitt show Wednesday afternoon, and revealed a bombshell: not only did the DOJ tap the phones of reporters, but Nunes indicated the DOJ tapped the telephones of the House of Representatives in the gallery area — where not only reporters use the phones, but various DC politicians.
HH: The idea that this might be a Geithner-Axelrod plan, and by that, the sort of intimation, Henry II style, will no one rid me of this turbulent priest, will no one rid me of these turbulent Tea Parties, that might have just been a hint, a shift of an eyebrow, a change in the tone of voice. That’s going to take a long time to get to. I don’t trust the Department of Justice on this. Do you, Congressman Nunes?
DN: No, I absolutely do not, especially after this wiretapping incident, essentially, of the House of Representative. I don’t think people are focusing on the right thing when they talk about going after the AP reporters. The big problem that I see is that they actually tapped right where I’m sitting right now, the Cloak Room.
HH: Wait a minute, this is news to me.
DN: The Cloak Room in the House of Representatives.
HH: I have no idea what you’re talking about.
DN: So when they went after the AP reporters, right? Went after all of their phone records, they went after the phone records, including right up here in the House Gallery, right up from where I’m sitting right now. So you have a real separation of powers issue that did this really rise to the level that you would have to get phone records that would, that would most likely include members of Congress, because as you know…
DN: …members of Congress talk to the press all the time.
HH: I did not know that, and that is a stunner.
DN: Now that is a separation of powers issue here, Hugh.
Not only were conversations of the reporters tapped, but conversations of DC politicians as well.
Let’s see how this little gem just happens to play out.