Tuesday, April 24, 2012
"Obama Prepares to Campaign on Student Loans": Is There Any Political Action He Takes Not Aimed At 2012 Interest Groups Vs. Looking Out for Us All?
So much for the individual who ran (and won solely because of his BS rhetoric) as the "great ["moderate"] uniter" in 2008. The man who would bring all Americans together. No red states. No blue ones. Just purple ones, or whatever spew his minions barked out. The greatest political figure since sliced bread, as all my leftist 20 percenter family members and "friends" (NOT) all liked to describe him (still, I didn't vote for him, or for Tired Old Man McCain either, for the record).
But once inaugurated -- he's been everything but the "great uniter." Everything's been Chicago Way political machine, pure politics, pure divisiveness, pure ugliness, pure leftist 20 percenter, 24-7, ALL day, every day. NEVER ANY initiative, proposal or movement aimed at improving the best interests of the American people as a whole (such as any kind of serious deficit and debt reducing plan of any sort). Nope. Never ANYTHING like that from the "great uniter."
Instead, a whole lot worse: Some of the most bitter, extreme leftist, and country tearing-apart rhetoric and talking points that I have ever heard from any prominent political figure in my lifetime -- let alone from a damn sitting president. (I don't call him the equal worst president of my lifetime along with W Bush for nothing, after all).
Obama is these days a completely pathetic and sad political figure -- just clinging desperately to power, based upon the politics of hatred and trying to divide the country along ugly racial, national, sex, income and age lines. He takes no political action or position other than ones aimed at diverting attention away from his awful domestic policies and results of the past 4 years, in order to divide and conquer the American electorate. And I repeat: NEVER anything aimed at the best interests of the American people as a whole, even as a matter of conscience from a decent man of good will (which he clearly is NOT).
The sad part? The "great uniter" doesn't even need to get so ugly. Running against an extremely weak and stand-for-nothing gop-er opponent like Romney, the individual we currently have as president could easily win without inhabiting in 2012 the putrid leftist gutter that has been his presidency for 4 very long years. But guess that's the way the leftist (or right-winger, as the case may be) swings: Just can't help his slimy-ass self.