There But For…

There But For The Grace Of Deplorables Went AmericaThere But For The Grace Of Deplorable Went America

As should in all likelihood be fairly obvious, I’m a supporter of President Trump. That being said, I wouldn’t have been too bothered by any candidate that defeated Hillary Clinton in the 2016 elections. What mattered, and still matters to me, is that horrid, corrupt, arguably insane, immoral slag was not installed as the President of the United States.

Yes, the first, glaring thought that comes to my mind whenever I’m forced to hear or think about Hillary is that there but for the grace of we Deplorables went America.

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Obama Analyzes America

Liberals and Progressives are wont to gush of Obama’s analytical abilities…

Legitimately fear ISIS? Obama thinks your racistObama Analyzes America

Of course they do! Obama’s analysis of Americans is always the same and fits perfectly with the oikophobic Liberals and Progressives’ dogma. The boy doesn’t seem capable of seeing dissent as anything other than a sign of America’s “systemic racism.”

This begs the question though. Is Obama just another cynical, race-baiting grifter trading on identity politics to get his way or does the boy actually believe what he says?

It seems an important question to me. If Obama is the former, that’s one thing and a thing that can be dealt with. If, however, Obama – affluent, highly educated, and White raised – really can’t see anything except through the lens of race, that’s strong evidence to support the theory that America should not and must not ever again elect a Black to high office.

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Presidential Legacies

All Presidents are concerned about their legacies. Having essentially reach both the pinnacle and end of public meaningfulness, the tend to worry about how history will remember them. In this it is logical to conclude that Obama is more concerned with this than most of predecessors.

Presidential Legacies - Bush vs. Obama
Presidential Legacies – Bush vs. Obama

Of course, Obama is also in the lamentable position of having his legacy tied tightly with that of his immediate predecessor, President George W. Bush Jr.. This will cause the boy’s legacy to be compared to Bush’s.

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