Three Little Words

Posted in Politics on January 25th, 2015

Obama The Pharaoh - Every son that is born you shall cast into the river!In what passes for the relationship between Obama and the American people and the relationship between the boy and we, the People’s duly elected Congress the three little words now most often coming from Obama’s lips aren’t, “I love You.” No! What the boy now screams is, “I Will Veto!”

Of course, if we keep to the relationship analogy, this is to be expected. Obama is an adulterous abuser and, as is sadly common for the Black male, the perpetrator of domestic violence.

This is, even beyond Obama’s racial-cultural proclivities and inclinations, to be expected. The boy is a small and mean person with serious self-image problems that have resulted in a dangerously narcissistic personality disorder. It’s not really any surprise at all that he would take the road he has chosen to shuffle down.

In every election since Obama was installed in the White House the country has voted to make Congress more and more conservative. Yet, Obama’s response to this hasn’t been to shift his policy desires; it’s been to become more and more angry, obstinate, and obstructive to the progress that we, the People have clearly stated we wanted.

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I “Missed” The SOTU

Posted in Politics on January 21st, 2015

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Yeah, I didn’t bother to watch Obama’s latest State of the Union address. Frankly, I could neither see the point in doing so or tolerate another hour or so of hearing the Bloviator-in-Chief jabbering, shucking, and jiving.

Given that every year fewer and fewer people bother tuning into the Obama Show, I’m far from being alone in this.

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Silence, Kuffār!

Posted in Politics, Religion on January 14th, 2015

Obongo sure do love him some raghead filth.
Silence, Kuffār!

On Tuesday, January 13 2015, when questioned about both Obama’s refusal to attend the Anti-Jihad Unity March in Paris and the boy continued and unflagging support for Islam, often at the cost of American journalistic freedom, the Regime’s mouthpiece defended such actions.

The President will not now be shy about expressing a view or taking the steps that are necessary to try to advocate for the safety and security of our men and women in uniform” whenever journalists’ work may provoke jihadist attacks.

There was a genuine concern that the publication of some of those materials could put Americans abroad at risk, including American soldiers at risk.

I will say that there have been occasions where the administration will make clear our point of view on some of those assessments based on the need to protect the American people and to protect our men and women in uniform.

I wouldn’t rule out making those kinds of expressions again.

– White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest

It says a lot about the POTUS’ loyalties and general outlook when, immediately in the wake of the brutal jihadist massacre of the staff of a satirical newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, he and his regime “double down” on pressuring the American MSM to not offend the Muslims by publishing anti-jihad articles.

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