Obama Wants To Know ‘Whose Ass To Kick.’ Tell Him To Start With His OWN

Obama falsely presented himself as a great unifier, a “new politician,” one who would transcendentally rise above petty bickering and usher us into a new Utopia.

And remember all that garbage about Obama pointing to his election as the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and the planet began to heal?

The only problem is that he was in reality never anything more than a petty demagogue.  He’s a community organizer, and all that community organizers know how to do is racially divide communities and boycott businesses that create jobs and produce wealth.

Listen to the audio of Obama’s contemptibly arrogant boasts while watching footage of pelicans desperately floundering to somehow stay alive in the billions of gallons of oil contaminating the coasts.

And as Americans rightly blame Obama’s federal government more and more for this disaster, that demagogue is coming out to bite.

From the AP:

VENICE, La/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama said he wanted to know “whose ass to kick” over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, adding to the pressure on energy giant BP Plc as it sought to capture more of the leak from its gushing well.

“I don’t sit around just talking to experts because this is a college seminar. We talk to these folks because they potentially have the best answer so I know whose ass to kick,” Obama said in an interview with NBC News’ “Today” to air on Tuesday.

They were the angriest words yet about the catastrophe from Obama, who has been criticized for his response to the worst oil spill in U.S. history. Obama reiterated that all those affected should be adequately compensated.

Why don’t you start by kicking your own ass, Obama?  And give it a good, hard kick right out of the office you are clearly not qualified to hold.

A Washington Post/ABC poll found that 69 percent of Americans believe the government had done a “not so good” or “poor” job handling the spill. Just over 1,000 people were surveyed in the poll, conducted between June 3 and 6.

Which is another way of saying, “Hey Obama, you suck!!!”

The American people think you should kick your own damn lying weaselly scrawny ass.

And here’s another little factoid via ABC:

A month and a half after the spill began, 69 percent in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll rate the federal response negatively. That compares with a 62 negative rating for the response to Katrina two weeks after the August 2005 hurricane.

Which is to say you are now officially a bigger failure over the Gulf disaster than George Bush was over Hurricane Katrina, Obama.  Please wear the title of Worst President EVER” proudly.

You really want to know whose ass to kick, Obama?  I cite myself from a previous article, and that is hardly all the reasons to blame Obama:

Barack Obama took more money from British Petroleum than any politician over a twenty year period.  In spite of the fact that he had only been in national politics for less than three years.  Barack Obama’s administration approved the project and granted the permit for the doomed BP drilling site.  Barack Obama’s administration helped quash environmental problems and issued an environmental waiver to BP at said doomed site only days before the disaster.  Barack Obama failed to take the disaster seriously and delayed serious action for weeks, fiddling with fundraisers, golf outings, and vacations while the Gulf went to hell.  The Obama administration has continued to delay and waste time pursuing the dotting of the i’s and the crossing of the t’s regarding mindless bureaucratic inanities.

That’s hardly all the reasons to point out that Obama bears a massive amount of responsibility for this disaster, or that he has been a complete failure in responding to the disaster.  And even many liberals are realizing the scope of Obama’s failure.

Instead of idly speculating whose ass you should be kicking, why don’t you resign from office, so someone who knows what the hell he’s doing can instead actually lead us to an actual solution to this terrible crisis???

We will have our chance to kick Obama’s ass in November.

Update, June 9, 2010:

The Looking Spoon suggests that an Obama official help Obama decide whose ass should be kicked first by means of a mirror:

And Bill Kristol had a magnificent point to make about Obama calling meetings of experts so he could decide whose ass to kick:

The best thing about his statement is not really that I’m — excuse the vulgarity, “I want to kick some ass, I’m angry.”  If the president said that, you’d say, fine, he’s angry. But I love his formulation that the reason I listen to these experts is that they have the best answers so I know whose ass to kick.

He’s so professorial that he thinks you have to call a meeting of experts to decide whose ass to kick. Don’t most politicians, most executives just decide that at some point, I’m going to go get mad and they don’t have the meetings experts in the Roosevelt Room to decide who to get mad at.

It had not yet occurred to me that I had never needed a room full of bureaucrats to decide whose ass I should kick until Kristol pointed that common sense out to me.  I’m just glad I wasn’t drinking milk when I heard this.

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14 Responses to “Obama Wants To Know ‘Whose Ass To Kick.’ Tell Him To Start With His OWN”

  1. HL Says:

    If great minds think alike as the saying goes, then you and I have great minds! Though not as eloquent as you I said something similar about the ZERO after hearing his assinine statement.
    How presidential….Pa-leeze! I am so sick of this THUG. He is an utter disgrace and failure again and again and again.

    PATHETICALLY, ALL THIS WAS DISCERNABLE AND KNOWABLE BEFORE THE THUG WAS ELECTED!!!

    LORD, save us from ignorant and deceived voters…….please!

  2. James McPherson Says:

    “… so someone who knows what the hell he’s doing can instead actually lead us to an actual solution to this terrible crisis???”
    So, do you have an actual solution in mind?

  3. Michael Eden Says:

    Well, I didn’t know that by saying that, I was holding myself out to be the leader of the free world (you know, the office that Obama promised us he was worthy of holding).

    I actually DO have a number of ideas.

    For one thing, maybe it would help if Obama – fifty days plus after the disaster – would actually bother to pick up the damn phone and call the BP CEO. And then pick up the damn phone and call all the other energy CEOs. And beg or bribe our way to a better solution than what we’ve got so far. There is NO excuse for not having called the CEO of BP.

    I would also do a much better job of making certain that BP is doing everything it can to deal with this. Just last night I learned that BP has refused to allow scientists to take more accurate measurements of the rate of flow from the leak. And what excuse is there for this? For that matter, BP has again and again misrepresented the disaster. And who has held them accountable? Who is making sure that BP is reporting accurately and working feverishly?

    Stuff like that.

    Then there’s the clean up of the leak. Bobby Jindal wanted at least 24 sand berms. Did he get them? No. He got a load of hooey from Obama’s federal government. And by the time all the lousy red tape was overcome, guess what, it was too late, and the oil is now all over the marshes where it will do catastrophic damage.

    This disaster has been handled terribly. More Americans are now realizing that it was handled terribly than realized that Bush handled Katrina poorly.

    This is Obama’s Katrina. And he deserves to wear the oiled-up dead pelican around his neck.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    And then there’s Bill Kristol, whose in a class all by himself.

    He said something like this: “The funny thing about this is that Obama – after assuring us this isn’t a college seminar – proceeded to demonstrate that he’s so professorial that he literally needs to hold a bureaucrat-filled meeting to determine just whose ass to kick.”

    I’m just glad I wasn’t drinking milk when I heard that!

  5. James McPherson Says:

    “Bill Kristol, who’s in a class all by himself”
    I agree, esp. considering his por-Palin history. But you seem to think that’s a good class. :-)

  6. Peter Reynolds Says:

    http://peterreynolds.wordpress.com/2010/06/11/the-world-cup-beckons/

    Today in South Africa Obama is going to find out whose arse is going to get kicked!

  7. Michael Eden Says:

    I would submit to you that Bill Kristol was incredibly insightful in recognizing Sarah Palin’s obvious talent (see here for the latest example).

    I would further submit that you merely continue to demonstrate that you are an ideologue.

    You know what would have been interesting? If you had tried to take apart Bill Kristol’s observation – which is FAR more relevant than my minor observation prior to introducing said observation – rather than restoring to the most petty kind of petty ideology and continued usage of the genetic fallacy.

    One of these days, a liberal will actually attempt to deal with the issue at hand, rather than engaging in unrelated demagogic rhetoric. When it happens, it will probably be a random event, but the sheer law of averages demand that it eventually will happen.

    Until that possibly incredibly distant day comes, do you REALLY think that dragging Sarah Palin’s name into an argument without any reason whatsoever that you somehow delegitimize what Kristol said about Obama’s “ass kicking” remark??? I mean, are you really that tiny-minded???

  8. Michael Eden Says:

    Peter,
    I myself am mostly English (the remaining quarter being Swedish).

    I love England because it has such a great history of world-shaping courage, and because of its unique relationship with the United States. The Duke of Wellington, Winston Churchill – and how ’bout that Magna Carta???

    England continues to be the greatest nation in Europe, without question. Only the USA surpasses England – and of course the USA came from England!!!

    All that said, I’ll be rooting for team red, white and blue today!!!

  9. Peter Reynolds Says:

    Of course you will! Let’s hope it’s a good match and the best team wins.

    http://peterreynolds.wordpress.com/2010/06/12/the-oil-spill-the-bottom-line-what-obamas-forgetting/

  10. Michael Eden Says:

    Well, Peter, I think you got your wish.

    A 1-1 tie. That’s the definition of a good game.

    Looked like your goalie played a great game except for that one point. But I’m happy for a tie between my two favorite countries.

  11. Peter Reynolds Says:

    Grumble, grumble. Whinge. Whine. All those hundreds of years ago when I used to play football, I was a goalie. I’m not forgiving him!

  12. Michael Eden Says:

    That WAS a sad way for England to lose what would have otherwise been a victory.

    Obviously, he played well enough to keep the score down to a point. And then he had a momentary but all too major of a lapse. All it takes is a nanosecond break in concentration sometimes.

    My nephew plays goalie in ice hockey. It’s a tough position. The team doesn’t score on offense, and we blame the team. A team gives up a goal on defense, and we all blame the goalie.

    Hopefully both teams can continue to do well. A tie isn’t the end!!!

    I’m sad on my end, too. My Lakers just lost to the Celtics. Whine is right!!!

  13. Miss Moneypenny Says:

    Excellent summary of Obama’s lack of action.

    Apparently, the Ass Kicker-in-Chief of Barack Petroleum was too busy playing Golf,
    to find his ass to kick in the Gulf.

    P.S. discovered your post linked in the Possibly related posts of my post.

  14. Michael Eden Says:

    Miss Moneypenny,

    Obama couldn’t find his own ass even if he had your other namesake 007 on the case. There are simply too many layers of bureaucracy between Obama and his ass.

    This is what big government produces – disaster, failure, and increasing control as the disasters and failures become grounds for yet more government control.

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