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Obama: "They talk about me like a dog"

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posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 02:05 PM
reply to post by Monts

He made another comment that someone did a thread on a couple weeks ago that gave me chills it was so close to a confession about what was up in our government.

I wonder if he is going to risk a confession. I am sure he has been given clear signals that this would be the end of him. But..............IMHO, he should go the Assange route. Go so open, name names so hard and fast, and make it so obvious who it is behind the scenes for his own protection.

As I see it, he is endangering himself far, far more with these little "hints." It keeps the powerful secret, so they are still untraceable to anything they might do to him, and he is cluing them in that he is a risk. That he actually might turn on them.

There is no more dangerous position to be in than being a strong possibility of turning. Once you have turned and made it public, you have some security, if you have no intention of turning, you have some security. But this "Well maybe......" crap could get him killed if he isnt careful. Those guys dont mess around with Presidents who think they should be the leaders of a free country. Just ask the Kennedy's.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 02:07 PM
Remember that it's been said that everything is planned in advance. Barry is losing favour so this happens and he will gain favour but his 'bosses' are well aware and will still want him around. The NWO is already set in place.

Take a look around you.

Another news site says 40 Democratic seats are being lost--but what the hey, the Republicans cannot change the string pullers!.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 02:18 PM

Originally posted by wcitizen

I call bull, and I dispute your logic that it therefore means I am saying there is no dark influence through money, big corporations, big banks, etc.

I call bull because he is one of them, and because I think this is psyops.

You could well be right. He may actually be one of them in the truest sense of the word, and have been fully cognizant of the way things work from the get go.

But, its also possible he really did believe the bull# he was selling us up to the point when he won. Sure, he was a politician, he knew some of what he was saying was rhetoric, and that he couldnt deliver, but it is possible he did not realize how profoundly not a democracy America is.

Chomsky says that the best salesmen (and women) are those most deeply indoctrinated themselves. I believe that. There is a layer of those who know the game in its entirety, but they never run for office. They just buy political parties, judges, etc.

You could be right, and this semi-confession that there is a "they" pulling the strings is just a ploy to make us sympathize with him. We will just have to see how it plays out. His popularity is dropping so fast I kinda suspect he is telling the truth about not being a good puppy. He should have been good for two terms, but the power brokers are sending out lots of Obama hate via the media. I suspect he hasnt been as obedient as the other dogs they have had in the last couple decades.

Palin would be their dream come true. Dumb as a stump, and self interested as they come.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 02:23 PM
Finally at first i thought Obama knew he was a lap dog maybe he's just realizing it. Cant keep a black man down.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 02:49 PM
reply to post by Monts

That doesnt sound like a cry for help (refer to video), that sounds like he meant to say it from the beginning.

He is just shifting the blame slightly and what all the dumb cheering people in the background arent thinking about is,

A) why should he be trying to make powerful interests happy? And why are we cheering at the fact that powerful interests have the ability to make the president feel like a dog. Isnt he supposed to be the president?

B) Who are these powerful interests and why do they even have a say at all

All they can think about is the fact that they are in the presence of a celebrity and they are too busy wetting themselves to actually realize what he is saying.

They are subconciously trying to make people OK with the fact that there are other interests outside of what the people want. When in reality, there should be no such interest

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 03:09 PM
Obama is not talking about TPTB. He's referring to the Republicans and it's pretty obvious. Besides, IF he were to ever out TPTB to the public and admit he is a puppet for them, he couldn't do it in such a cloaked manner. The American people are too dumbed-down and zombified to 'get it' unless he flat out states "I am a puppet for the Grand Puppet Masters who have been in control of this country since its inception. They are to blame for your hardships, poverty and slavery."

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 03:36 PM
John F. Kennedy also went outside his prepared speech.

Although, he didn't hold back, and it cost him his life.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 03:42 PM
reply to post by Monts

i dont know about the FIRST president but he is the first in the last few years.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 03:42 PM

Originally posted by witness63
If you look at the record with TARP, the Wall Street bailout and everything else, Obama is really not all that different from the Republicans. His health care "reform" was a big giveaway to the health insurance and pharmaceutical industries, and so on.

Okay, so you do know that Bush was the one who rammed TARP through - the Congress, with threats of a monetary (not just a market) meltdown. Him and Paulson were screaming that the entire currency was days away from becoming worthless, and Bush refused to sign the TARP bill if it had any strings attached to the 700 billion. Only thing that saved any of the money, and forced the banks to pay any of it back was that the Congress only allowed half of it to be delivered before Obama was sworn in.

Then Obama's team put pay-back stipulations on the 2nd half of that money, and the GOP started screaming that he was taking over the banks. All he wanted was to make sure the banks couldn't steal the money for good. The GOP in the Senate fought tooth and nail over the requirement for Wall St. to pay any of it back, and gutted most of the stipulations before allowing it to move through the Senate. Stuff that would've required the banks to actually lend the money they got in Bush's bailout - all stripped out by the GOP so that they'd end the blockage of the funds.

As far as the Healthcare Bill, that's not finished yet. The important thing was to get a bill into existence that could be worked on and amended. The Blue-Dogs and the GOP fought hard to ruin that bill, but since it is a piece of legislation, it can now be improved without having to go through all the hurdles the legislative shell went through. Obama's not done with that thing yet. The Insurance Industry giveaways won't ever see the light of day.

I think it's striking that seemingly intelligent people have no ability to see past the foolishness that Wall Street and Big Business pay billions to air over the MSM. I can understand old people and unsophisticated people falling for it, but these last couple years have been really surprising. It's like the most transparent idiocy is being embraced by what seems like intelligent aware people. I don't know. Maybe my father-in-law was right when he said that America isn't ready for a black president?

Too bad. This guy seems to give a damn about doing a good job.

[edit on 9/7/2010 by NorEaster]

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 03:46 PM

Originally posted by Hefficide

Well, when you think about a Presidents eight year shelf-life versus a career Senator. Or a coalition of them...

Then again maybe Obama might do what Kennedy, IMO was considering doing - and out the real powers behind the throne.

I hope, I believe firmly a new paradigm shift is close at hand where the ones in control step down. I believe firmly that those running the show behind the scenes have been here since the very beginning - this is why I also don't think Obama can really pull that off.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 04:05 PM

Originally posted by Silcone Synapse
Hendrix predicted this moment folks:

Everyday in the week i'm in a different city
If i stay too long people try to pull me down
They talk about me like a dog
Talkin' about the clothes i wear
But they don't realise they're the ones who's square

Stone free!

Sorry is someone else mentioned this already,no chance to read the whole thread yet

I think these guys are reading ATS... and your post in particular.

Obama channels Hendrix on critics: ‘They talk about me like a dog’

Has President Obama been listening to a lot of Jimi Hendrix lately? With just under two months to go before Election Day, Obama kicked off the fall campaign season Monday with an aggressive speech targeting Republicans. But it was an off-script moment in the speech that's attracted the most attention, as Obama accused his GOP critics of talking about him "like a dog."

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 04:56 PM
A pic from Obama's button cam at the last Presidential dinner;

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 05:30 PM
There is an old saying - "If the shoe fits .......".
and then - "Why have a dog and bark yourself".
and - "You can't teach an old dog new tricks".
and - "It takes one to recognise one".

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 05:32 PM
he mentions the powers in washinton because lets face it , nobody is stupid for this, washinton has been in corperate intersets for a long time, he is gaining support by the oldest trick in the book

"he did it" but seriously i admire his courage because not many others will openly state something like that, hes showing us his personal side, that behind the white house the nice suit and the govermently roles, there is a common everyday man under it all, a man that sounds very annoyed with corruption (its like cancer its hard to get rid of)

But this wont be the speech that makes Obama known for thousands of years, no we still have to wait a couple of years for THAT speech (its about E.T's and contact) a really moving speech if the present isnt altered any futher (in an unnatural way)

Ps i am aware of how insane my previous comment sounds but Obama (as a sentor or state offical he was removed from president but kepted a very popular role in public addressments)

Obama weather you know it or not, you have thousands upon thousands of people cheering for you, dont let those wall street fat cats send you with your bags packing, no draw the line in the sand and tell them to get the f*** out...without crashing the economy...hmm sounds like juggleing eggs to me, but your the only one who can get it done, so ...GET'RDONE!!!

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 05:56 PM
reply to post by Illusionsaregrander

I guess that is possible, although I don't believe it. There is, for example, the question of his birth details, and all the files about his past which have been sealed and the millions which are being spent on keeping his past a secret.

Of that he must have been fully cognizant, and fully complicit. He has had things to hide from the very beginning, and could only have pulled that off with the full cooperation of the mafia cabal.

His mentors are died in the wool zionists.

He has agreed a bill which enables US citizens to be murdered anywhere in the world, based only on some tenuous suspicion.

The list is long and I don't want to list everything right now.

For me, there is nothing to suggest to me that this man has any integrity or can be trusted.

I still call bull and manipulation!

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:05 PM

Originally posted by Fractured.Facade

Originally posted by Alxandro

If he is a dog, what does that make Bush?

A monkey?

Nah, that's that's not what Democrats have been calling GW for years.

This is what I remember:

What They Called Bush

Geez some of you folks have got a real short memory.

A similar poster with the likeness of BO at a Tea Party rally and you guys go berserk with calls of racism. They cry like babies when the shoe is on the other foot. "But what's good for the goose is good for the gander."

Oh and by the way, BO doesn't have 1/4 the cajones that JFK had. JFK knew they were after him and he stayed with his belief's until the end.

I'm sorry but this guy is not made of the same "stuff".

I wish he was.

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:05 PM
reply to post by NorEaster

Do you honestly think Obama would have been elected without the support of the big banks, big business - who control the MSM?

The very fact that the MSM is playing this one and saying he made the remarks off script and off the cuff to me is pretty much evidence that it was planned and staged.

What I find terrifying is that people are buying into it hook line and sinker.

Despite everything that has happened under this President to strip people of their rights and endanger the lives of innocent people, despite the fact that he won't even verify his birth details, despite the fact that dissidents are now seen as domestic terrorists and so much more, people are still somehow compartimentalising their minds to the extent that they are seeing him as some kind of hero.

I despair. What exactly is it going to take for people to wake up?

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:11 PM
Barry Soetoro, your latest presidential puppet, is a shill, a plant, a CIA agent. He should have said LAPdog, would have been closer to the truth.

[edit on 7-9-2010 by Mythkiller]

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:30 PM

Originally posted by Raist
I believe it was planned.

He is not pointing at the puppet masters, do not be fooled so easily. Watching the clip posted it flows to well together to be spontaneous and earth shattering.

He is playing into the hands of the public and people are eating it up. Really, come on this is ATS are we really going to take this as proof of something we have been saying or are we going to take it for the sham it really is.

He is a politician (trained actor/puppet) he is also the most looked upon politician (actor/puppet) at this moment. People will follow what he says, if he points fingers some place people eyes will follow while he puts the rabbit in the hat that he will soon pull out.

This is nothing more than the same thing the illusionist does.

This was not off script, it might not have been on the teleprompter but it was certainly in the script.


I think that applies to Glenn Beck far better than it does to Obama...

posted on Sep, 7 2010 @ 06:35 PM

Originally posted by Alxandro
reply to post by Fractured.Facade

That's really cute but I think you missed the point.

Everyone, and I mean everyonem critcized Bush and not once did Bush ever complain about being treated like a dog or a monkey.
In fact, Bush welcomed it and said it was their God given American right to criticize the government and President.

What do you think would happen if Obama was compared to a monkey?

If anything it is the MSM that treats Obama like a butt sniffing dog.

You completely miss the point...

Obama WASN'T TALKING ABOUT the average citizen, he was talking about elites on Wall Street and the right-wingers they're in the pockets of.

Now sure, Democrats have their pockets filled by special interests, but NOWHERE NEAR to the level of Republicans. Democrats are inconsistent because half of them are bought and paid for and half of em aren't. Republicans are very consistent because more like 90% of them are bought and paid for and they've resigned themselves to lying in lock-step with each other, fighting every single measure that would clamp down on banking/corporate America.

Make no mistake, the party of the corporation is the GOP.

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