Barack Obama: All Hail the Complainer-in-Chief

The other day Barack Obama had this message. Too bad there were no violins playing in the background:

But one of the things that we have to change in this country is the idea that people can’t disagree without challenging each other’s character and patriotism. I have never suggested that Senator McCain picks his positions on national security based on politics or personal ambition. I have not suggested it because I believe that he genuinely wants to serve America’s national interest. Now, it’s time for him to acknowledge that I want to do the same.

Let me be clear: I will let no one question my love of this country. I love America, so do you, and so does John McCain. When I look out at this audience, I see people of different political views. You are Democrats and Republicans and Independents. But you all served together, and fought together, and bled together under the same proud flag. You did not serve a Red America or a Blue America — you served the United States of America.

So let’s have a serious debate, and let’s debate our disagreements on the merits of policy — not personal attacks. And no matter how heated it gets or what kind of campaign he chooses to run, I will honor Senator McCain’s service, just like I honor the service of every veteran in this room, and every American who has worn the uniform of the United States.

Wah-ha-ha-whah-boo-hoo-hoo. Snif. Oh. I’m sorry. Are you through reading?

Obama claims he wants a “serious debate.” He just isn’t willing to go on any tough programs that would make him defend his policies. Or even actually HAVE a real debate with a John McCain who has already proven he would clean his clock.

Obama claims he has never questioned McCain’s character or patriotism. I’m not so sure of that: he’s questioned McCain’s commitment to veterans over veterans funding programs, his senior adviser said McCain “shot from the hip, very aggressive, belligerent statement. He may or may not have complicated the situation,” clearly suggesting that he was politically posturing at the expense of American foreign policy. His campaign literally called him a cheater (without any proof) due to McCain’s strong performance at the Saddlback debate. Rick Warren called that charge bogus. And all that’s just been in the past few days.

But let’s go back the last few months, with chief Obama surrogates repeatedly attacking John McCain’s war record and his POW experiences in what was nothing less than one cheap, vicious shot after another. Obama was whining about people questioning his patriotism even as his thugs tried to undermine a war hero’s record.

And Barack Obama’s bogus cheap shot at McCain, alleging that he would use racism in his campaign, was so far beneath contempt that he himself now deserves ANY attack.

So pardon me for my lack of tears.

Obama has been taking his complaints against his opponents to record heights. I’ve never seen anything like it. Again and again, I hear Obama deliver a “somebody’s always picking on me” whah-fest.

He started a “truth squad” which hysterically cries foul about one thing after another. It’s almost like this guy wants to start his own secret police to arrest his detractors or something.

I pointed out some time back that:

Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and others have mocked the fact that Barack Obama says his ears are off limits, his race is off limits, his church is off limits, his pastor is off limits, his new pastor that replaced his former pastor is off limits, the visiting pastor who spoke at the invitation of the new pastor who replaced his former pastor is off limits, his “typical white person” grandmother is off limits, his great uncle is off limits, and now his wife is off limits.

The constant whining over allegations of unfairness had even liberal maven Maureen Dowd questioning whether Obama was much of a man.

I have long since become sick and tired of Obama’s constant whiny complaining. At some point, it will backfire on him as Americans realize this guy just isn’t tough enough to be our leader.

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4 Responses to “Barack Obama: All Hail the Complainer-in-Chief”

  1. June B. Cater Says:

    As an elderly Independent great grandmother, I do try top keep things in balance. On balance I have observed far more blatetn insults, slaps , nsasty innuendos, etc. have emanaged from McCain. (and other Republicans). If the Democrats have taken a hard line in some state, the Republicans have forced it. (Actually I dislike political parties–all of thsm, but occasionally some have a couple of standards) iI does seem that the Obama was forced into standing up for himself, primarily by McCain’s behaviour. He has not attacked McCain, and at times, I really wish he would But now you try to twist a simple de;fense into something ridiculous. At times, I feel like throwing something at McCain, who seems to be trying to appeal to the uninformed and gullible. I had hoped for better things from him. Obama was attacked directly, it seems to me and he did not get angry or ask for pity as you seem to infer. He simply stated his feelings for this country. I do not understand why the Republicans hasve descended to such a low level in the campaigns. This did not used to b e the case. Can you imagine Eisenhower tearing his candidate down with insults? Or attacking from every angle. Or even Nixon? Is all this nastiness because religion has entered the picture and the religious right has to be right? The words conservative and liberal are decent words, both of them and both viewpoints are necessary. But where are the tru conservatives–the high minded well informed ones? One does neot ear from their like. I certainly hope religion is not the reason for Republican smear tactics. That is not what I learned freligion is about! You and your cohorts have descended to the lower depths!

    Would you tell me what is a just God? Do you believe in Mercy? Goodwill? It would certainly seem not!McCain’s projected solutions seem to have more to do with the military than with God!

  2. Paul V Says:

    Obama will Never get all of Hillary Voters, He will only get only 25% to 1/3 of Hillary Voter,

    Obama will not even get half of Hillary Voter
    By Paul Valenzuela – Aug 20th, 2008 at 3:51 am EDT

    It saddens me all my life as a democrat, it going to be the first time ever I am going to have to Vote Republican,I did vote for Hillary,

    We all know Obama is not going to cut it as President of the united states.

    He has to many problems, Rezkl the slum lord, Rev wright, Micheal Obama,

    One of the His own campaign guy who was looking for the His VP ,, who was caught up in

    Country Wide Loan scandale and Then resigned, Obama is not a Rock star, but he is a Elitise

    He a full flip floper, back and fouth,, on every issue there is,, and yet so many are voting for him

    Obama Never won a debate, not one, The Media Baby him, He has No agenda and took and adopted all Hillary agenda even Cnn has reported how he adapted all of Hillary Health care and other issues,

    Why does Obama never took deal with hard question and when he is really given, a hard question.

    All Barack Obama does is Stammer like a stuttering fool, He can not deal with hard question.

    Now the Obama Camp are blamming the Reverand for the questions in southen california.

    At the lake forest california town meeting,

    This is so typical of the Obama Camp, just like how how he screwed all the other to get in office,

    The man is an empty suit, He a crook, I am a registered Democrat, who only voted for Democrat until now, So many democrat are not going to vote at all for barack Obama, there going to vote at all, I do not believe in throwing my vote away, so like many other Democrats, I am going to vote for McCain, I do believe who would be better,

    I wish barack Luck he going to need it , like

    this blog,, a copy being sent out everywhere,

    Soon as the Obama camp sees this blog the will remove it like so many others,

    You think the Mob, where bad, the Obama camp are so much worst,

    I can not wait to see Obama screw up on the debates ,, he going to blame everyone for a bad debate because he a stuttering fool.

  3. Michael Eden Says:

    Far be it from me to be rude to an elderly grandmother.

    Let me say a few things in response.

    We are in a culture war. There is no way around it. Either abortion on demand is right or wrong. There is no middle, “neutral” ground. Barack Obama took such a radical position that he opposed legislation in Illinois that would have mandated that babies that survived abortion (outside the womb!) be given medical treatment. The homosexual agenda including gay marriage is either right or wrong. The ban on prayer in public schools is either right or wrong. The forbidding of any mention of the Ten Commandments is either right or wrong. And so on. Republicans are firmly on one side of every one of these issues, and Democrats are firmly on the other.

    I am firmly on the side of the Bible in every one of these issues. And if you are not, with all due respect, don’t you dare lecture me on religion.

    You also have to realize something else. Politics gets tough. There are underhanded tactics and deceptions galore. If you want to get into the fray, you are bound to have to do some mud wrestling. If you think I am being harsh, go to and see what they’ve got. When there’s a war, you either have to fight to win, or you guarantee that you lose.

    I would like you to go to and read for yourself just how deceitful Democrats were on the central issue of the last several years: the war in Iraq. You read what top Democrat after top Democrat said prior to and even during the invasion of Iraq, consider how treacherous they were in their betrayal, and then post back and tell me why I’m wrong. That’s my challenge to you.

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    I keep hearing from people like you. And I am thrilled. It restores hope that I frankly lost about Democrats.

    I know how hard it is for you and many other Democrats to support a party that has never been your own. As Ronald Reagan, former Democrat, once said, “I didn’t leave the party, the party left me.” As Dennis Prager put it, “A Kennedy liberal is a conservative by today’s standards.”

    What you and many others are doing takes courage and character, and I applaud you.

    It was Barack Obama who energized me to get into blogging. I felt that he had to be defeated at all costs. He is simply THE most radical, THE most liberal, THE most inexperienced and unqualified, candidate who has ever appeared on the ballot of a major party.

    I would certainly not have voted for Hillary Clinton, but I would not have been so determined to defeat her that I dedicated so much time to blogging. With Hillary, I felt that there would have been a clear choice, and she would have been running on a clear record. Barack Obama, on the other hand, is a stealth candidate running on a myth.

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