Common Sense On Obama

Emperor Obama wearing laurel wreathIn these troubled and degenerate times it is best to take a common sense approach to Obama, his words, actions, and inactions, and what passes for the boy’s policies. Such a common sense approach will allow Americans to slough off the detritus of the political kabuki theater we’re forced to endure and take positive action to save our country and our children’s legacy from the clear and present dangers we all now face.

And it’s not as if common sense on Obama is something that we have to research and develop on our own. 237 years ago Thomas Paine prophetically wrote about Barack Obama, though it is doubtful that even someone as wise as he could have predicted the decay that led to Obama being given the chance to attempt to rule.

Men who look upon themselves born to reign, and others to obey, soon grow insolent; selected from the rest of mankind their minds are early poisoned by importance; and the world they act in differs so materially from the world at large, that they have but little opportunity of knowing its true interests, and when they succeed to the government are frequently the most ignorant and unfit of any throughout the dominions.

— Thomas Paine
Common Sense

The above aptly sums up Obama. The boy is little more than a trumped up, petty and petulant narcissist with deep-seated and probably untreatable delusion of his own superiority. He is exactly the sort of creature that Mr. Paine warned all of at the time of the founding of our nation.

What is truly shocking is how perfectly apropos Paine’s words were when applied to Obama. Paine was originally speaking of hereditary monarchies where the rulers were such solely due to their blood, yet how perfectly does this line up with Obama’s rise to- and continuance of power which was and is based upon nothing other than his Black blood?

It is nothing more or less than common sense.

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7 Responses to “Common Sense On Obama”

  1. FX Phillips Says:

    Paine should have remembered that as he was make apologies for the excesses of the French Revolution I guess. He was jailed and “escaped” by shear luck the day was supposed to meet Mademoiselle Guillotine.

    Paine was set to be executed, but escaped it by some freaky chance. “While in prison, Paine narrowly escaped execution. A guard walked through the prison placing a chalk mark on the doors of the prisoners who were due to be sent to the guillotine the next day. He placed a 4 on the door of Paine’s cell, but Paine’s door had been left open to let a breeze in, because Paine was seriously ill at the time. That night, his other three cell mates closed the door, thus hiding the mark inside the cell. The next day their cell was overlooked. “The Angel of Death” had passed over Paine. He kept his head and survived the few vital days needed to be spared by the fall of Robespierre (July 27, 1794)” ~Wikipedia Paine was eventually released after the American minister, James Monroe, put pressure on the French government

    Obama is a manifestation of the radical egalitarianism of that misbegotten endeavor where believing one self as divinely enlightened and the true avatar of “social justice” is the avenue to many depraved occurrences.

    He is a dangerously arrogant and self righteous and is invincible in his ignorance.

  2. Alan Scott Says:

    Jonolan,

    While we focus on President Obama’s many domestic failures lets not fail to see something going on with his foreign policy. I kept wondering why N. Korea is saber rattling anew . If they started anything we could Chernobyl their entire country in a week or an hour. So what is there to gain?

    They are clients of China and they are useful to keep the West off balance. Russia also helps N. Korea, at least diplomatically. The Russians seem to be the beneficiaries of this latest incident. The Russians have always been angry about Bush’s European missile defense system. Not that Obama liked it either. Now he has canceled the final phase of the missile system in order to beef up defense against the N. Korea threat. Funny how it all worked out .

  3. jonolan Says:

    FX,

    Yes, that pretty much sums things up.

    Alan,

    N. Korea is a “special” sort of place. Their new leader has to sabre rattle in order to not get killed by his own generals and they all know that the US won’t do anything now, just as they didn’t do anything before…repeatedly and under many POTUS’s.

  4. Alan Scott Says:

    Jonolan,

    N. Korea would crumple tomorrow with out China and Russia. I always try to figure how they benefit having a psychotic client state. Barry might be good at domestic politics, but he keeps moving his checkers around saying king me, while Putin and the Chinese are playing chess.

  5. jonolan Says:

    True on all counts, Alan, but it’s woefully unfair to compare Obama to Putin or the Evil Old Men In Beijing. He’s not in their league. Hellfire! The boy can’t even see their league from where he’s at when it comes political acumen or much else.

  6. Alan Scott Says:

    Right now our fearless leader is in the Middle East. I wonder if he believes the people there are as stupid as they are here. He keeps drawing lines in the sand for chemical weapons in Syria and nuclear weapons in Iran.

    Obama had one thing to do when he took over. Bush handed him Iraq on a silver platter. All he had to do was secure it and negotiate a small American presence to keep the Iranians out. He has lost Iraq to the terrorists and Iran. Why would anyone believe his lines in the sand?

    He may be falling into the Jimmy Carter trap. While he is over there trying to win another Nobel Peace Prize, it will be harder for his Propaganda press to blame Republicans for the bad economy. Also blaming Republicans for the sequester cuts, while handing out American tax money to Palestinians is a neat trick even for Obama to pull off.

  7. jonolan Says:

    Obama seems quite Pro-Arab and very Pro-Sunni in his foreign policy, which explains far more than stupidity would.

    On the other hand, unless Saudi and their client states tell him to do so, he won’t do anything significant again Iran. He’s hoping that Israel will do it so that he can claim that they’re racist aggressors and abandon them to death at Muslim hands…after they’ve dealt with the Farsi Shiites in Iran of course.

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