Friday, August 21, 2009

Will the real Hussein O. please stand up!

Question: Had Hussein O. just come out during his campaign last year and told everyone in explicit terms what he is in actuality, would the electorate have rejected him? I'm guessing no. (Keep in mind that Bill Clinton's marital infidelity and dirty-dealing, not to mention his poor management of the state of Arkansas as Governor were well known prior to his elecion to the presidency, in spite of what the liars that voted for him say to the contrary.)

But apparently some Hussein voters are now getting cold feet, as demonstrated in this New York Daily News column by Michael Goodwin (H/T: VFR), titled (of all things) "Health care debate confirms this is not the Barack Obama we elected."

Can you believe that?! What kind of idiots are these people?! And isn't democracy just a wonderful thing! Here's what the title of the column ought to read:

Health care debate confirms this IS, without the slightest doubt remaining, the Hussein Obama we elected.

But the original title doesn't let us down. No; the article goes on to further demonstrate how completely oblivious and idiotic some people really are. To wit:

Where have you gone, Barack Obama? Where is the sunny-side-up young man who promised to inspire and unite an unhappy nation?

Gone into the partisan sinkhole of Washington, that's where. Like some novice swimmer too confident of his own ability, Obama is suddenly finding himself in water over his head. [TM: Dear God!]

His flailing, including a foul habit of demonizing dissent, is not pretty. And that brief foray into e-mail tracking of critics showed a win-at-any-cost side.

Where is the appealing man we elected? Where is that Barack Obama?

Let's find him quick because the whole nation is paying the price for this impostor's irrational exuberance. Or hubris.

Say what?! You must be (expletive withheld for PG viewers) kidding me! This guy can't possibly be serious!

The column unfortunately continues:

Writing in The New York Times, he guaranteed everything for everyone: "If you don't have health insurance, you will finally have quality, affordable options once we pass reform. If you have health insurance, we will make sure that no insurance company or government bureaucrat gets between you and the care you need.

"If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan."

Those claims would be credible if they were a multiple-choice question, where only one is true. To say they can all happen at once is a crock, and the country knows it.

Heck, throw in a free puppy for everybody, too.

Ha, ha. As to that last line, I have a better one which I lifted from a favorite movie of mine:

Why don't you just score the winning touchdown for Notre Dame while you're at it.

But anyway, the author finishes out the article in fine style, keeping with his main theme throughout -- you know, our superhero is bound to emerge again real soon:

If he's the man we thought he was, he'll now choose to make peace, before the country concludes he's the mistake.

"The man we thought he was." Let that sink in real deep, y'all. You live in the midst of a bunch of absolute morons. These people have real responsibilities, they drive on your highways, they enter into marriage contracts and then break them on a whim, they actually make critical decisions on a daily basis. And they vote in your elections. If they're the moral paragons that they pass themselves off to be, then they'll voluntarily recuse themselves from participation in the next election as demonstrably unqualified ... before the country decides that the liberal principles of absolute equality and non-discriminationism are a mistake.


Anonymous said...

That is, after all, the fundamental problem. If they were really such moral paragons, there would have been no cause for them to recuse themselves.

Which is why I, despite not being a moral paragon, have to recuse myself...from accepting the legitimacy of the existing government.

Call Me Mom said...

The man we thought he was indeed. If they had been paying attention, they would have realized that his speeches were designed to make them build their own presidential candidate in their mind without ever accessing reality.

Marshall Tyler said...

Interested in how many Google search results Obama currently has, I looked him up. I then decided to look up every other president and make a chart containing all of the presidents and their corresponding Google results. The results are amazing and can be seen at