Michelle Obama gave a nice speech, I’m sure (I preferred to gag myself with a giant spoon to watching it, but that’s another story).
I have to admit that as I was really choking on that damn spoon, there was a point when it actually occurred to me that maybe listening to Michelle’s speech might be more fun.
Having heard some of her top lines, I now know that I made the right choice gagging on that damn spoon.
“I love that for Barack, there is no such thing as “us” and “them” – he doesn’t care whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or none of the above…he knows that we all love our country…and he’s always ready to listen to good ideas…he’s always looking for the very best in everyone he meets.”
I mean, holy crap. Barry Hussein loves us all the same? Seriously???
When Rush Limbaugh stated that hard core liberal activist Sandra Fluke was a “slut” for saying that she used so much damned birth control that she was spending $3,000 on it when for ordinary people it cost $9 a month, Barack Obama called her to say how sorry he was for such harsh dialogue. Just as he called Sarah Palin every time Bill Maher called Her a “cunt” or a “dumb twat” or every time David Letterman said Sarah Palin’s 14-year old daughter was a little slut, right? I mean, right?
Oops. Barry doesn’t love Sarah Palin quite as much as he loves Sandra Fluke, after all. As I pointed out at the damn time.
Wrong. Not only did Obama not treat Sarah Palin like Sandra Fluke even though Palin was viciously assaulted a thousand times worse, but Obama happily took the million dollars that Bill Maher gave him in what amounts to an endorsement of what Maher said (most times when a slimebag gives a campaign contribution the candidate returns it or gives it to a charity).
Her whole task was to say why. And her answer was,“Why? Because essentially he’s a saint.”
Because of his upbringing and because of his emotions and because of his humanity. He does of this because he cares. And the brilliance of it is this: It drained Obama of any, either, ideological motivation, or any having to do with self interest or ambition, which I think is sort of a more plausible explanation.
He’s a man highly who is liked and highly ideological. A man of the left who sees the role of the government as ordering, the reorderering, of society in a way to make it more just, as he understands it . And also, extremely ambitious. A self made man who makes himself out of nothing, rises out of nowhere. But all of that, in her telling, doesn’t even exist. The only reason he does what he does, he cares about women, he cares about immigrants, he cares about the poor. He cares about the unemployed. He cares, he cares, he cares.
She told the story of a Gandhi. And, you know, looking at the scene, looking at how he’s conducted himself in the presidency and particularly in the campaign, with ruthlessness and determination and drive, it’s not quite a plausible story. I’m sure in the arena, it was a plausible story. I saw the tears, but I’m afraid, I thought it was a great speech, but I didn’t buy a line of it.
Krauthammer was being too kind. Michelle wasn’t implying that Obama was any mere saint. The Obamas are far too grandiose in their narcissism to settle for such mendacity. She was letting us know that Barack is our messiah, our Jesus. And “black Jesus” – as Obama campaign manager David Axelrod calls him – loves us all the same. Because he’s a messiah, he’s a god, and he’s just that much better than you are, you trifling mortal.
The president who used the incredibly vile term of “tea baggers” to describe the Tea Party, the president who is on the record saying that Republicans are despicable people who want dirtier air and dirtier water, as people who want more children born with Autism and Down Syndrome, the same president who once told Hispanics to racially rise up and punish their white Republican enemies, etc. etc. etc., is a black Jesus who is really saying of Republicans, “Forgive them, Great Barack in the Sky, for they know not what they do.”
The marketing of Obama as “Jesus” is as demonic as it is widespread from the left:
Artwork Likens Obama to Jesus
Sep 4, 2012
By Todd Starnes
Street vendors across downtown Charlotte are selling posters and artwork depicting President Obama as Jesus Christ and the Democratic National Convention is expected to feature a stained-glass window backdrop during their meeting.
“Barak is of Hebrew origin and its meaning is ‘flash of lightning,” the poster notes, referencing a passage in in the Old Testament book of Judges.
Hussein, they allege, is a Biblical word meaning “good and handsome.”
“So you see, Barak was destined to be a good and handsome man that would rise like a flash of lightning to win victory in a battle against overwhelming odds,” the poster read.
The posters were being sold outside security zones at the Democratic National Convention. The posters are not sanctioned by the DNC.
An Obama calendar, obtained by Fox News, features two religious images of the Commander-in-Chief.
The month of August includes a photograph of Obama’s birth certificate with the words “Heaven sent.”
The president was born on Aug. 4th.
The entry also includes a photograph of Obama along with a passage of Scripture from the New Testament.
“For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life,” the entry read — referencing John 3:16.
The month of November includes an image of individuals with their hands on Obama’s back — with the words “The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want.”
Fox News also obtained a photograph of a DNC stage design. It resembled a giant stained glass window. It’s unclear what the imagery will be used for.
The comparisons to Jesus Christ have brought strong condemnation from some evangelicals — including Robert Jeffress, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Dallas, TX.
“If Barack Obama is the promised Messiah, I think there are going to be many Christians who are profoundly disappointed,” Jeffress told Fox News. “One only has to look at Obama’s record to understand that he is absolutely, positively not the promised One.”
But there’s that nasty truth that has
Lady MacBeth I mean Michelle saying, “Out, damn spot!”
** Obama: “They Bring a Knife…We Bring a Gun”
** Obama to His Followers: “Get in Their Faces!”
** Obama on ACORN Mobs: “I don’t want to quell anger. I think people are right to be angry! I’m angry!”
** Obama to His Mercenary Army: “Hit Back Twice As Hard”
** Obama on the private sector: “We talk to these folks… so I know whose ass to kick.“
** Obama to voters: Republican victory would mean “hand to hand combat”
** Obama to lib supporters: “It’s time to Fight for it.”
** Obama: “My administration is the only thing between you and the pitchforks.”
** Obama: “I will be happy to see the Republicans test whether or not I’m itching for a fight on a whole range of issues. I suspect they will find I am.”
** Obama: “It’s tempting not to negotiate with hostage takers”
** Obama: “We’re going to punish our enemies”
** Obama: “Those aren’t the kinds of folks who represent our core American values.”
Since there’s no “us and them” when it comes to Barack Obama, I am counting on Obama to look at his audience of Democrats tomorrow night and say, “You aren’t the kind of folks who represent our core American values.” Because it sure seemed to be pretty damned “us” and “them” when Obama said that about Republicans.
Glad I chose to gag on that spoon. Because lies make me a lot more nauseous than any stupid spoon could.
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