Sep 06 2010

Liberal Emotional Crack Up

Published by at 4:15 pm under All General Discussions

While the Democrats attempt to smear anyone and everyone for their self made disaster, they seemed to have slipped into an emotional crack up. President Obama began to crack up today in his Labor Day ‘speech’:

“Some powerful interests who had been dominating the agenda in Washington for a very long time and they’re not always happy with me. They talk about me like a dog. That’s not in my prepared remarks, but it’s true,” he told a crowd largely consisting of union members.

His policies failed, his methods in passing his policies were gross and reeked of back-room trading and bribery, and his stubborn efforts to paint all his failures with lipstick are blatantly obvious (as we see while we exit “Recovery Summer”). Look Libs, let me be as plain and possible here: failure begets failure, and you are just not as superior as you seem in your own minds.

It is not about race or anger or evil or corrupt company execs. It’s about failing, and then being fired by the bosses of this nation – We The People. You were never the paradigms of virtue you liked to pretend to be, in fact you were not even remotely capable to match results with your overblown rhetoric. So don’t over react to being voted out of office. It’s just democracy hard at work fixing its mistakes. Nothing more – nothing sinister.

12 responses so far

12 Responses to “Liberal Emotional Crack Up”

  1. archtop says:

    “Some powerful interests who had been dominating the agenda in Washington for a very long time…”

    OK Mr. President…please name names! Who are these “powerful interests”? SEIU?, AFL-CIO? General Electric? As far as Congress is concerned, it’s been all Democrats! So who IS he talking about? Sheeesh…even my labrador retriever doesn’t whine as much as this guy…

  2. Terrye says:

    Obama is such a cry baby. For eight years Bush took all kinds of crap from all kinds of people and did with a lot less whining.

  3. fiatlux says:

    There is something strange about this.

    Here is a guy that names his dog, Bo, after himself or is so self-absorbed he doesn’t realize what is going on. He refers to African Americans as “mongrels” in a major speech and somehow isn’t pilloried for the remark. Wait until his mentors and sidekicks, Wright, Rezko and Ayers, really turn on him.

  4. Wilbur Post says:

    Gosh, this guy sounds like he is a few hammer and sickles short of a load.

  5. BarbaraS says:

    He probably is talking about lobbyists. Everyone knows this guy and congress are totally owned by these people. This is why I want all new people in congress to avoid this. Only for a short time, mind you, because they all succumb to payola eventually.

    When El Dumbo says something like this I am reminded about the VIPs who met in Chicago at a plush hotel after he won the election. Remember the photographer who was hassled and his camera confiscated when he took pictures of these people? The cop even forced the photographer into traffic. I have often wondered who these people were and why the cops were so protective of their identity. One wonders just how much the federal government is hiding from us.

  6. BarbaraS says:

    It is truly amazing to me that the federal government allows not only its employees to hold up the workings of the govermnet through union but that it also allows congress to be brought by private companies and other countries. This is all done openly too.

  7. gwood says:

    I think Obama is referring to talk radio, Fox News, and the internet. From his vantage point, it may seem that the three are “controlling the agenda in Washington”, by informing the people as to what he is really up to.

  8. Neo says:

    The poor man ….
    Woff, Woof, Woof, Durka, Durka, Jihad, Woff, Woof, Woof

  9. It was inevitable that Democrats would start openly attacking the American people of the utter and complete rejection of their policies.

    People are policy.

    You reject a policy that the people implementing it truly believe in, you are rejecting _THEM_.

    Mature, professional, people will recognize it is not personal, because they have developed the personal humility to recognize it.

    Obama generation and younger Democrats lack the humility to separate the personal from the political.

    Hence this “American temper tantrum” and “Dog” nonsense. It can’t be them, so it must be the American public’s fault.

  10. ElvenPhoenix says:

    Has no one ever told him to put on his big boy pants and deal? Sheesh…he’s worse than our 10 y/o. One of his intimates ought to do him a really big favor and tell him to shut up already with the complaining. The more he does the smaller and weaker he looks.

    Same goes for the rest of the Dems. Suck it up. Deal with the fact that the public HATES your policies. You are supposed to be employed by us, not be our rulers. The more people we get into DC who understand that principle the freer we will be.

  11. WWS says:

    Voters to Obama: “Here boy! Fix the economy, come on now, you can do it!”

    Oh NO, You peed on the Constitution! BAD dog! BAD!!!”

    Honey? Keep this dog out of the House, NOW!

  12. sherlock says:

    “Mature, professional, people will recognize it is not personal, because they have developed the personal humility to recognize it.”

    About 50% of the words in that sentence are not found in the typical Dem’s vocabulary, so maybe “Bad dog! Bad, bad dog!” is the only way to get through to them.