Thursday, May 10, 2012

Obama, The Bully President

“[Y]ears from now, when we've made the changes we believe in, when more families can afford to see a doctor, when our children -- when Malia and Sasha and your children inherit a planet that's a little cleaner and safer, when the world sees America differently, and America sees itself as a nation less divided and more united, you'll be able to look back with pride and say that this was the moment when it all began... This was the moment when we finally beat back the policies of fear and doubts and cynicism, the politics where we tear each other down instead of lifting this country up. This was the moment.”

Richard Milhous Obama, January 3, 2008

Sure, it was a lofty but noble promise, and many Americans regardless of past party affiliation were swayed by the charismatic tone of voice that delivered those words.

But the same voice who delivered the hope of a more divided America has instead delivered a nation more divided in so many ways against each other. Yesterday's political "epiphany" about gay marriage was another example of that. Let's take the words from Obama's fundraising e-mail to prove the point (my emphasis indicated).

What I've come to realize is that for loving, same-sex couples, the denial of marriage equality means that, in their eyes and the eyes of their children, they are still considered less than full citizens.

Even at my own dinner table, when I look at Sasha and Malia, who have friends whose parents are same-sex couples, I know it wouldn't dawn on them that their friends' parents should be treated differently.

So I decided it was time to affirm my personal belief that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.

I respect the beliefs of others, and the right of religious institutions to act in accordance with their own doctrines. But I believe that in the eyes of the law, all Americans should be treated equally. And where states enact same-sex marriage, no federal act should invalidate them.

If you agree, you can stand up with me here.

This "evolution" happened the night after North Carolina became the 32nd state where voters overwhelmingly affirmed the long held belief that marriage is defined as and should be limited to one man and one woman. It is a passionate issue on both sides, but one where the militant gay lobby does not respect the beliefs of those who have a simple difference of opinion on the definition of marriage.

After the vote results were called, gay marriage supporters took to Twitter and called North Carolina voters "bigots" "redneck fucktards" who should kill themselves. The daughter of Sarah Palin, Bristol, has been attacked as a "stupid ass lil cunt." The reaction was similar in California back in 2008, where racial slurs were yelled at blacks who believe in traditional marriage, and businesses and private citizens had their incomes threatened, simply for exercising a long held belief in traditional marriage.

But don't count on Richard Milhous Obama will pick up the phone to call the younger Palin, as he did with liberal free-contraception heroine Sandra the Fluke. Because as he's proven time and again, Obama will side with the most vicious Left-wing bullies who will carry out the "arguing" and "getting in the face" to "punish their enemies" that he, who campaigned as the Great Uniter, told his supporters to do.

Sure, it's convenient for him to ask what is in Rush Limbaugh's heart, and plead for more civility after a horrible tragedy like the Tucson shooting, especially when it and other random violence is blamed (without evidence) on being inspired by heated political rhetoric.

But the Great Healer didn't lecture his supporters on his Inauguration Day, as they loudly disrespected the outgoing President, Vice President and their families. No, he was too busy getting ready to join them in on the Bush bash, via his Inaugural Address.

When a black professor was suspected of breaking into his own home and arrested by police, or a community watch guard shoots an unarmed black teenager, Obama the Great Healer did not ask for the facts to come in before taking sides in either case. Instead, he took the side of the victims and did not condemn the calls for bounties or violent retribution.

When states are frustrated by the lack of federal enforcement of immigration laws and decide to do the job the feds refuse to do, Obama the Great Healer instead sics his InJustice Department on them to defend non-citizens who have broken our immigration laws, as well as a respected sheriff who does the job his citizens elected him to do. Likewise, Obama's InJustice Department is sent after states who take legislative action to prevent voter fraud, but looks the other way when a black racist gang intimidates white voters in Philadelphia, or the racially motivated attacks on whites after the aforementioned Trayvon Martin shooting.

While he is quick to plead for "civility" in referring to Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin or The Tea Party, Obama the Great Healer looks the other way when his Million Dollar Donor calls Ms. Palin a "twat" and a "cunt," laughs hysterically as a "comedienne" at the White House Correspondent's dinner wishes death on Mr. Limbaugh, refuses to condemn union thug Jimmy Hoffa Jr., or refers to the Tea Party with the sexual slur "teabaggers."

Obama the Great Healer can deliver a message to an anti-bullying film project (and yes, we all can agree that any type of bullying of children is wrong), but he is silent when the person behind this effort (who he had as a guest at the White House)

Today, the media lapdogs of the Great Healer Obama known as the Washington ComPost are willing to falsely manufacture a story that attacks presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney over a teenage prank.  But if the Washington ComPost was honest with themselves, they wouldn't dig 47 years into Mitt Romney's past to find a bully. Instead, they'd look at their man, their false Messiah named Richard Milhous Obama.

Why?  Because Obama has proven he is not a healer.  Instead, he is a bully who sides with other bullies as a way to distract and attempt to silence critics.

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