Friday, March 19, 2010


Are these the acts of a desperate man or the ramblings of a fool or both? This is the sort of behavior that almost makes me feel sorry for Jimmah Cartah. (I said almost.) He no longer can lay claim to the worst president title, the only accomplishment in his time in office. Now Berry Hussein Hopenchange has put that title out of reach. Without a teleprompter, he is Forrest Gump on a really bad day.

From Attack Cartoons

I his efforts he has threatened the lawmakers that if they don't support Obamacare, he will not campaign for them in November. That has to strike fear in the black hearts of some. Just remember how effective his campaign efforts were in New Jersey, Virginia and Massachusetts. When he went to Nevada recently and campaigned for Harry Reid, in the next polls, ol' Harry dropped another 4 points.

If the threat of not campaigning for candidates were not enough, Lawmakers have been threatened with losing all union support in upcoming elections. Chicago style boiler room politics at its best. The Thug-In-Chief will stop at nothing to get his agenda rammed down the throats of the nation. That in itself is reason enough to want to stop him, not to mention a whole laundry list of other issues.

Consider this, for almost eight years the Main Stream Media ridiculed and made fun of George Bush for his mispronunciations and mistakes. But we now have a self-absorbed buffoon in the High Office that can't speak without a teleprompter without sounding like a complete fool. In other words, someone else is putting words in his mouth, you think?

Check this out: Whacko the Clown without a teleprompter.

Fox News has provided this transcript of that section of the interview with Bret Baier on March 17 at the White House.

Fox News: OBAMA: I am certain that we've made sure, for example, that any burdens on states are alleviated, when it comes to what they're going to have to chip in to make sure that we're giving subsidies to small businesses, and subsidies to individuals, for example. BAIER: So the Connecticut deal is still in? OBAMA: So that's not — that's not going to be something that is going to be in this final package. I think the same is true on all of these provisions. I'll give you some exceptions though. Something that was called a special deal was for Louisiana. It was said that there were billions — millions of dollars going to Louisiana, this was a special deal. Well, in fact, that provision, which I think should remain in, said that if a state has been affected by a natural catastrophe, that has created a special health care emergency in that state, they should get help. Louisiana, obviously, went through Katrina, and they're still trying to deal with the enormous challenges that were faced because of that. (CROSS TALK) OBAMA: That also — I'm giving you an example of one that I consider important. It also affects Hawaii, which went through an earthquake. (*)So that's not just a Louisiana provision. That is a provision that affects every state that is going through a natural catastrophe. Now I have said that there are certain provisions, like this Nebraska one, that don't make sense. And they needed to be out. And we have removed those. So, at the end of the day, what people are going to be able to say is that this legislation is going to be providing help to small businesses and individuals, across the board, in an even handed way, and providing people relief from a status quo that's just not working. BAIER: OK, the Florida deal, in or out? OBAMA: The Florida deal — BAIER: Paying for Medicare Advantage, exempting 800,000 Floridians from — OBAMA: My understanding is that whatever is going to be done on Medicare is going to apply across the board to all states.

* What earthquake in Hawaii? In 1868 there was a major earthquake in Hawaii that killed 77 people. In 1975 an earthquake in Hawaii killed 2 people. Does he think that Haiti is one of the 57 states that he visited during his run for office?

If he wasn't the Global Disaster that he is, he would be as funny as Foster Brooks or Professor Irwin Corey. We are in some really serious deep doo-doo with this evil fool. God help us all.

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