I watched President Obama’s Job Speech last night. I know, I know, there wasn’t anything new in it and he is the world’s biggest teleprompter liar-reader – but I couldn’t help myself. We are watching history being made as we will continue to look back on these moments and ponder, “How did such an unqualified buffoon ever get to be President?”
Part of me hoped that President Barack Hussein Obama would get to the microphone, turn to Speaker John Boehner and say what we all know now, “John you guys are right – I don’t have a clue how to fix this and neither does Joe. You guys come up with something and I’ll sign it.” However, I was disappointed.
I focused immediately on what many of the pundits have since pointed out – if you could see my notes I wrote:
“Pass this jobs bill . . . . You should pass it right away . . . . Pass this jobs bill . . . . “
“Pass this bill?” - One commentator said that he stopped counting at 12 or 15 times. What kind of crap is this? Do they teach that garbage in Saul Alinsky’s “Chant your way to socialism school?” Is this some left-wing version of the Pied Piper? There are fewer and fewer Obama-Zombies out here everyday slick and you had better get used to that.
I’ve often thought that Obama like most liberals (socialists, democrats, progressives, etc.) get lost in their own rhetoric about the office of the presidency. The president isn’t a king – much to their dismay. Look how hard it was for Obama, Reid, and Pelosi with all the cards stacked in their favor to pass Obamacare (and that battle ain’t over yet). Liberals generally don’t understand that it is supposed to be that way. They prefer a weak emasculated President when Republicans are in the White House and an imperious and powerful executive when a Democrat attempts to rule over us.
So to the temporary occupant of the White House, you don’t get to order either our representatives in Congress or “We the People” around. I would have hoped that we made that clear in November 2010, if not we’re about to deliver another message in November of 2012. You serve at our discretion and you have already over stayed your welcome.