We’re Stronger Together

On of Hillary’s more recent attempts at a campaign slogan and apparently a book is “We’re Stronger Together.” It begs the question, however, of stronger against what or whom.

We're Stronger Together
We’re Stronger Together

Actually, it’s not much of a question. In a reprise of Obama’s variations on a them of “We Can’t Let Them Win,” the enemy is the American people, especially: Whites, men, Christians, and heterosexuals. Most especially, it’s the GOP and anyone who might vote for members of the Republican Party. We are, after all, what Hillary, her supporters, and those they pander to and enable consider deplorables.

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Obama On Hillary

One of the things about Obama is that he’s never let a previously “strongly held” opinion get in the way of issuing a contrary one later. It’s a political advantage of being so good at shucking and jiving. A case in point – one of a plethora – is Obama’s opinion of Hillary’s fitness for office.

Obama on Hillary - 2008 vs. 2016Obama on Hillary – 2008 vs. 2016

That’s Obama for you; he’ll say whatever he thinks will most benefit him at that moment. Back in 2008 it benefited the boy to malign Hillary. Now, in 2016 it benefits him to laud her.

Of course, his opinions have changed so often, especially during any given election cycle, that even the Lamestream media has ignored his endorsement of Hillary.

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Stronger Together: A Blueprint for America's Future

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Heckofa Job, Barry!

Consider that Obama may believe he's doing a good job as POTUS, even a Heckofa jobYou’re Doing a Heckofa Job, Barry!

Here’s a thought that is equal parts sad, scary, and angering: consider that Obama may actually believe that he’s done a good job – perhaps even a heckofa job given all the obstacles he would perceive to face – as the President of the United States of America.

Such a belief on Obama’s part would certainly fit the pathology he presents. It would also fit the ideology and mores of his adopted culture. Hence, there’s a reasonable likelihood that Obama does, in fact, believe that he’s done and is doing a heckofa job.

Yeah, it’s a sad, scary, and angering thought that Obama may be patting himself on the back for “how well” he’s performed as POTUS.

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The God Delusion

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