Obama’s Success

Obama E. Neuman - What, Me Worry?Many Americans believe that Obama has had few, if indeed any, meaningful successes of his own during what has been passed off as his presidency so far. Contrariwise, many Liberals have and will continue to present a laundry list of the boy’s supposed “wins.”

While the drivel spilling from the maws of the Obama Regime, its remaining cultists, and the Liberals is laughable, it’s not fair to call Obama a total failure. It’s not all bogies, double bogies, and triple bogies on Obama’s scorecard and not every success was the result of a Mulligan.

There’s one area where Obama has more than made par…

Obama’s class warfare has brought us to the point where successful people feel they have to apologize for getting it right.

Neal Boortz

Yes! Obama has been quite successful at class warfare. It is, in point of fact, the defining point of the boy’s presidency.

To be fair and to give Obama the props which are his due, as the First Black President the boy is de facto a Black Leader and Black Leaders have to dream and dream big.

The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. dreamed of integration and equality and of a nation where Race didn’t matter. His successor, Malcolm X dreamed of a race war and the annihilation or subjugation of the Whites.

Obama Has a Dream
Obama Has A Dream

Obama’s dream is somewhere in the middle of those two and skewed a lot towards the Left, or so he and/or his handlers want people and the Liberals’ constituents to believe because it’s Obama’s first, best, and last hope of keeping his job.

Yes, Obama has been singularly successful at class warfare. The question is whether this singular success, being mere words from his bully pulpit, will be enough to gain him victory in the 2012 elections.

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