Droning Hypocrisy

Obama HypocriteThe arrogance and abject hypocrisy of the Obama Regime knows no bounds, not even those of basic decorum and intelligence. They can’t even manage to be marginally circumspect in the behavior.

With the run-up to the 2012 elections indicating that there was a decent chance that Mitt Romney would be elected and, hence, the Obama Regime would no longer have control over US drone warfare operations, they accelerated their efforts to make rules governing drone strikes to use against Romney.

Of course, once Obama was reelected, these efforts were once again put on the back burner so as not to hamper their own activities.

“There was concern that the levers might no longer be in our hands,” said one official, speaking on condition of anonymity.

But then this is par for the course for Obama, his handlers and overseers, and his sycophants and cultists. Laws are for other people – Americans – not for them. So too is it par for the course that their priorities were to prepare for the use of lawfare against Romney in the event of his election instead of codifying rules of engagement for drone strikes.

Maybe Obama was just worried about being on the receiving end of drone strike. Face facts, he’s a clearer and less ambiguous enemy target than Anwar al-Awlaki ever was.

Their droning hypocrisy is nauseating. I know that it’s ridiculous to expect any better from Obama and his sort, but I do expect those who are in charge of my nation’s national defense and foreign policy to show a certain modicum of discretion and circumspection when they’re engaged in unsavory activities.

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Four More Years

So four more years of Obama barring oddities in the election results and direct action by individual Americans, both rather unlikely events.  As the Republicans easily maintained controlled of the House and continue to have enough seats in the Senate to easily block the more egregious efforts of Sen. Harry Reid, it’s also four more years of exactly the same things as the last four years.

We had the chance to change things by electing Mitt Romney but failed to do it. So now we’ll stumble along and get nowhere that is worth going as the economy continues to falter and stagnate and businesses limp along, flee the country, or fold.

This is the outcome I predicted for the 2012 elections.  It not the outcome I wanted but, given the nature of modern society, it’s the outcome I expected.

 

 

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Ineptocracy 2012

Ineptocracy - Government of, for, and by the eaters and takers
Ineptocracy
(in-ep-toc’-ra-cy)

Ineptocracy is a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

More concisely and poetically, it’s government of the eaters and takers, by eaters and takers, for the eaters and takers.

If you, due to your personal abilities and resulting circumstances, favor such a form of government, by all means vote for your boy, Obama on Tuesday. Ineptocracy and Obama are what best suits your life. If, on the other hand, you prefer a democratic republic based upon the principle of meritocracy, you’d be better off, as will your children and your children’s children, voting against Obama by casting your vote for Mitt Romney.

Of course, if you do choose to vote against the most ineptocratic POTUS in American history, you are essentially saying that you want Romney to “Take us back” since wise men have long held that ineptocracy was the progressive result of democracy.

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All The Single Ladies

 


All The Single Ladies

It seems that all the single ladies are not of the same mind about who they support in the 2012 elections. Seems like a lot of them would tell Obama not to put a ring on it. ๐Ÿ˜†

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Summing Up The Problem

Summing up the problem in America is actually quite simple. Just read the opening paragraph from this New Times article:

COLUMBUS, Ohio — President Obama and Mitt Romney enter the closing week of the campaign in an exceedingly narrow race, according to the latest poll by The New York Times and CBS News, with more voters now viewing Mr. Romney as a stronger leader on the economy and Mr. Obama as a better guardian of the middle class.

The rest of the article is meritless. What is important is that it’s first paragraph distills one of America’s greatest problems down to a concise nugget. People can believe that Romney is the best choice as POTUS for our economy and still believe that reelecting Obama would be a better choice for the middle class.

The inherent schism and conflict in that thought process can only be explained in a couple of ways:

  • The middle class is utterly divorced from the economy at large and is nothing but an artificial construct maintained through government intervention or;
  • The economy is quintessentially combative in nature, with the middle class being pitted against the others in a war for limited and non-renewable resources

As neither of these conditions are true, the belief by some large percentage of the residents of America that one or the other of them is serious problem. It’s the sort of problem that is going to keep us repeating the same bad economic policies and class warfare that we’ve had to endure for the last four years.

Terminating Obama’s employment, while right and necessary for our country’s future, won’t guarantee even a short-term palliative treatment for the problem either. This is a fundamental problem that transcend party lines and socioeconomic strata.

The election of Romney, while a hoped for event, is quite likely to trigger a backlash against Obama’s redistributive policies that is as equally based on these misconceptions of the middle class. That’s not going to solve anything in the long run.

Summing up the problem is easy, though neither as easy nor as obvious as it should be, fixing it is going to bloody difficult.

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