Sunday, July 26, 2009

"Gates-gate"? Gimme a break!

(Content unified in "The Hitler Analogy" above.)


Blogger Barb said...

I consider this a Terrific Twofer.Or as the 70S folk would say, "Right On!!"
I have two grandsons attending college. The handwriting on the wall says they are not going to be able to get jobs when they graduate.So Voila! Americorp,or as it is more fondly known ACORN.Say the words fast and they sound the same.
I just hope they aren't the ones who have to carry our dead bodies out of our house after our Doktor gives us our "Pain Killer".

July 26, 2009 6:59 PM  
Blogger camojack said...

A bit "long in the tooth", but you are obviously not the ignorant hick that you occasionally seem to portray yourself to be. I definitely like reading what you've got to say on various issues, and this post is no exception. Kudos...

July 28, 2009 12:17 AM  
Blogger Hawkeye┬« said...

Excellent post good sir! I agree with 99% of what you say. The only possible exception would be that Obama is creating "a full-blown dictatorship of apocalyptic proportions." That may ultimately be his goal, but I think the jury is still out on that one.

I believe that Obama honestly believes he has been "ordained" if you will, to right social injustices, establish economic equality, provide equal access to health care, repair America's image around the world, apologize for America's perceived arrogance, etc. We have people like Frank Marshall Davis, Jeremiah Wright, Bill Ayers, Henry Gates, Rashid Khalidi, George Soros, ACORN's management, and a slew of other mentors for that.

But Obama's narcissistic arrogance and big ego certainly generate concern as to where he could take us. He obviously cares nothing for the Constitution and tramples it almost daily. He seems to know little about American history, and what he does know has doubtless been warped by the likes of Jeremiah Wright. He doesn't understand protocol. He is naive. His elitist background puts him out of touch with the vast majority of Americans. He knows little or nothing about economics. He has no executive experience. He is clearly weak on foreign policy.

That is a bad combination: a man on a mission, without much knowledge, without any experience, out of touch with the people, who thinks he is somebody special, and is arrogant to boot.

The worst thing that could happen is that his policies are even remotely successful. If that happens, it will only reinforce his undeserved opinion of himself. If he fails, he will deny it and blame somebody else, but the rest of us will see him for who he is. A pompous ass. (Can I say that?)

(:D) Best regards...

July 28, 2009 2:10 PM  
Blogger Beerme said...

OK, I've been busy so I just got to this. THIS is why I don't really need to bother with putting anything down on a blog about this issue! Nicely done! Now, I'm going to the next post(s)...

August 01, 2009 8:16 AM  

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