Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Obama's Scorched Earth Campaign

President Obama took his classless act on the road, making political hay out of the catastrophic wildfires in Texas...
Without mentioning him by name Obama mocked Perry as "a governor whose state is on fire, denying climate change." (AP News)
A US president mocking a governor whose state is a disaster area because of wildfires (which also occurred before the “global warming” era) is unprecedented. President Obama is a low-class, disgusting Chicago machine pol.

Imagine President Bush mocking New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and Louisiana governor Kathleen Blanco after Hurricane Katrina:
"… a governor and a mayor who still believe in nanny-state liberalism, when it’s bred generations of people so benumbed by government assistance they no longer have the good sense to get out of the way of a hurricane! he he heh...”
This is not a man who is president of all Americans and unites us. This is a cornered, cracked-out street punk fearful of going down, wildly swinging iron bars at his enemies and dividing us so he and his gang can continue to dominate the government special interest trade.

It’s all about rescuing the progressive agenda
ATHERTON, Calif. (AP) — President Barack Obama charged Sunday that the GOP vision of government would "fundamentally cripple America," as he tried out his newly combative message on the liberal West Coast.
No, Mr. President, you’re confused...

 The “GOP vision” if guided by the tea parties, would fundamentally cripple the progressive feral beast that has wiped its ass with the constitution, suborned the federal government, and is now engorging itself on more and more of our tax dollars and our freedoms. That is what we set out to “fundamentally cripple,” and America will be much the better once we get it done.

Progressives make an arrogant mistake: Equating Government with America

Their doctrinaire religion inextricably entwines the two, conflating them into one pseudo-patriotic package. It's a neat trick that allows them to slap an American flag on their horrible statist creature and then damn to hell anyone who speaks heresy against it.

It's not working anymore. Americans are turning againt the soulless progressive beast.


LD Jackson said...

I think this is what we can expect to see from now until the election. That's a full year of listening to the President denigrate anyone who disagrees with him and his liberal policies. He is showing himself to be the full-blown, left-wing liberal he really is, instead of the moderate persona he campaigned on in 2008.

Thersites said...

Those are SOME survey numbers, sf. Watergate was a HUGE politcal shift in Congress... and the numbers today are WORSE than they were then.

Ducky's here said...

Who's had a bigger meltdown in September, Rick Perry or the Red Sox?

Ducky's here said...

President Obama is a low-class, disgusting Chicago machine pol.


And Perry is a low class disgusting Texass pol. Now where are we?

Silverfiddle said...

Ducky: You're in false equivalency land, apparently.

Obama is president of the United States, Perry is governor of Texas. That's where we're at.

Mike aka Proof said...

"A US president mocking a governor whose state is a disaster area because of wildfires... is unprecedented."

No one's ever accused Obama of having class!

Infidel de Manahatta said...

I would look forward to his ass being handed to him in November 2012 if it weren't for the fact that the media will continue to protect him after he leaves office. Hell, he'll probably get his own TV show or movie on his life.

In other words, we're going to be stuck with the classless a--hole for years.

Country Thinker said...

"Progressives make an arrogant mistake: Equating Government with America."

Did you happen to see the Daniel Heninger piece a few weeks ago, in which he convincingly explained between the public and private sector economies, Obama isn't even aware that the private economy exists?

Jersey McJones said...

Yeah, I suppose Obama could have done without that particular attack on Perry. Besides, it wasn't really in line with the rest of his attack on the GOP in that speech to the CBC. I wouldbn't say it was all that "low-life" though. I've seen and heard a lot worse over the years.

The rest of his attack was right on. The slovenly cheers for for a young uninsured man to die, the booing of a gay soldier serving in Iraq, the cheering for who has the most death penalties performed... these are truly low-life, slovenly, scummy, creepy things.Like Obama said - that does not represent the America I love.


Most Rev. Gregori said...

Today, we have the stupid and ignorant leading the fools. How easily the American people will believe what ever line of crap is fed to them. Everybody accepted and believed that both Bill and Hillary Clinton are the most brilliant politicians that the world has ever seen and how Bill Clinton was this brilliant Rhodes Scholar, because the MSM told us so. The truth is, Clinton is NOT a Rhodes Scholar, he NEVER completed the courses. Even today, the MSM claims that Clinton is this esteemed elder statesman.

Rub off the false veneer you see the truth. Clinton is a low-life sleaze bag who could not dazzle the world with his brilliance so baffled it with his Bull Shit.

Now we have fallen for the same garbage with Obama. We have been told how intelligent he is and what a great speaker he is. And we are also supposed to accept, without question, the story of his nativity.

People, ask yourselves "How do we know Obama is so intelligent?" After all, nobody is allowed to see any of his school records, so what proof do we have that he even attended those prestigious colleges and universities? How do we know that he was born in Hawaii, after all first he refused to produce his valid long form birth certificate, then when he finally produced one, that has been proven to be a forgery.

As far as his being such a wonderful speaker, have any of you really listened to his moronic babble?

We must stop just voting for candidates just because the MSM, the RNC or the DNC tell us how great they are. We have been screwed too many times because we are quick to believe what others say instead of doing our homework and checking politicians out for ourselves. They all talk a good game, but in the end we all end up bent over gripping our ankles.

Anonymous said...

The fool believes he can keep milking the cow without ever feeding it.

Silverfiddle said...

Jersey: Spare us the Obama propaganda talking points. He's lying about Republicans, as usual.


William McCullough said...

Obama is one of those leftist ideologues who has never wanted for anything in his younger life. His leftist leanings are not, I believe, born of hate but rather of the belief that his message is the only message - all others be damned. His malignant narcissism is the cornerstone of his ideological reality....WM

Ducky's here said...

Heard on the subway: "I'll believe corporations are people when Perry executes one."

Maybe the most obnoxious attribute of Obama's is his arrogance. Perry supporters must realize he's Obama arrogant with a little extra.

Deep sneakers if one of these rethug whackjobs gets elected. Better to try to muddle through with Romney or Obama (actually Huntsman might be the better choice).

Jersey McJones said...

Silver, how's he lying? And how am I defending him? What are you talking about? Are you nit-picking about Obama using the words "audiences" instead of "some people in the audiences?" Is that it? Really? Wow, man. That is some pretty thin-skinny pettiness.


Silverfiddle said...

Not me, Jersey. Time Magazine. Hardly a rightwing source.

Go read the article. You parroted the president's BS almost word for word.

Anonymous said...

For some reason, I don't think the Blacks will be so happy to take off their slippers and March for the one. That will be a lot of work, climbing out of bed. But then again, I could be wrong.

Trekkie4Ever said...

It's not shocking to hear the man/child mock the governor of Texas. But I find his remarks cruel and hateful when people are losing their homes and livelihood.

Instead of insulting the governor maybe the scum bag can send some aid and help his fellow Americans.

Anonymous said...

EVERYONE involved in this Camp Pain -- on both sides of the aisle -- qualifies as a mountebank in some way, except Ron Paul. Dr. Paul only acts like a horse's ass. The others are the real thing.

No one here seems to want to see what seems clear to me: BOTH sides are playing character parts assigned to them in a deceptive farce written and directed by The Oligarchs who really control this country and its increasingly perilous, self-destructive role in world affairs.

We're being willfully weakened. Our forces are being deliberately disbanded, and our sovereignty skillfully, smoothly, surreptitiously ceded to an incipient World Governing Body.

"Prof. Arnold Toynbee on 'discreet' taking of Freedom

"We are at present working discreetly with all our might to wrest this mysterious force called sovereignty out of the clutches of the local nation states of the world."
- Professor Arnold Toynbee, in a June l931 speech before the Institute for the Study of International Affairs in Copenhagen.

The mock battles we are currently fighting are DISTRACTIONS set up by The Oligarchs to take our eyes off reality. We've been flummoxed for decades by crafty, highly skilled masters of legerdemain.

WAKE UP! Most of us are busily "straining out gnats while swallowing camels."

~ FreeThinke (aka Cassandra (:-o )

tha malcontent said...

Is it only me but don't you think that the "Slippers" remark was a put-down to the blacks?

To me it sounds as if he was saying that the blacks sit around wearing slippers all day long. In other words Lazy.

Ducky's here said...

Instead of insulting the governor maybe the scum bag can send some aid and help his fellow Americans.


Have you been asleep Leticia?

The rethugs have blocked emergency aid funding in the house.

Bd said...

Lol! Right! Blame Obama when Perry cut funding for firefighters. Brilliant!

Hey Rev. Gregori; You are certifiable! Keep posting your loony crap, it really helps the right, lol!

Z said...

SF, I believe Obama has set precedent quite a bit; not many presidents have condemned so nastily half of the country when he insults Republicans like he does; Not many have insulted Republican politicians as he has; not many have insulted a governor after a huge disaster, as you said (and right, imagine if Bush had more nastily told the TRUTH that the Louisiana folks were legally supposed to ask for assistance first, etc etc?!)...
It's pretty horrible and I've been saying at geeeZ for the last six months or so that even Americans who think they're liberal are going to wake up. It appears they have ....I'm blogging about it tomorrow.

Silverfiddle said...

@ Ducky: "I'll believe corporations are people when Perry executes one."

OK, I gotta admit... That's funny!

Jersey McJones said...

It's more than funny, Silver.