Originally posted by blah yada
So he is by now, a gay black Kenyan Muslim with Irish roots.Next he'll be Jewish Mexican.Surely focussing on his political deeds would reap more
dividends than smearing his heritage,creed and sexuality.That just reeks of desperation.
It's really a mystery why people keep concentrating on these issues. You keep bringing up the gay thing when most all of us have disavowed it. You're
the one who keeps bringing it up. Perhaps it is unfortunate that the thread is titled as it is. If you read the meat of the many articles he actually
cited in the first post, it's not about a gay Black Kenyan Muslim, which is an extremely small part of this overall story. So get over it already! Is
that all you've got? That sounds like desperation to me.
This is really about a person who got to the White House by deceptive means and is now performing very poorly. He is performing so poorly that he has
become depressed and is allegedly on medication. He is perfoming so poorly that his advisors are leaving in droves. He is performing so poorly that
his own party is looking for a way to dump him, if not now with the 25th amendment, than certainly by 2012. He is performing so poorly that Hillary
Clinton is being urged to challenge him for the nomination in 2012. The fact that this is even being discussed should tell you something.
All this is internal to the Democratic Party and has nothing to do with the opposition. When you throw that into the mix he has ignited a groundswell
of opposition not only to himself and his party, but even the Republicans, the result of which you will see tomorrow. This is not just about Obama;
it's about RINO Republicans like Murkowski and Crist as well. Tomorrow should be interesting.
And all you can come up with is, "Well, they're racists." And when you can't prove it you resort to tactics like making up fake racist signs to carry
to rallies, a technique that doesn't work because they're on to you. And you talk about desperation. That tactic certainly smacks of desperation. The
entire Democratic Party has not run on their record in this election. Instead, they attack their opponents personally. That smacks of desperation.
There are some Democrats that have publicly told Obama to stuff it. They don't want Obama campaigning for them. Others have said that if elected they
"won't vote for Pelosi." That smacks of desperation. The whole thing is coming apart like a house of cards.
If anyone is desperate here, it's the increasingly isolated White House that has resorted to blaming the voters for not understanding their exalted
orders from on high. Michelle Obama, it is reported, says she and her husband are "too good for the American people" as she becomes increasingly
shrill in, umm, desperation. This is EXACTLY the same tactic Carter (a white, heterosexual southern boy born in America) used when he fell in
popularity. Ted Kennedy, who challenged Carter for the nomination, accused Carter of accusing the American people of being steeped in malaise. For
those of us who were around when that happened, this is de ja vu all over again.
The thing is, I don't have to convince you. There will always be a hard core of true believers who think Obama is a lightworker (!!) and the Annointed
One. I'm certainly frightened of you. People with this blind adoration are a very scary bunch responding to charisma of a person. You may as well
worship Big Brother. Who I have to convince is the middle ground, the people who were disgusted enough with Bush & Company to give Obama a chance.
Now I think they are having second thoughts, as in, "Oh, my God! What have we done!" This is based on his performance in the White House, not what may
have happened in Chicago. Obama is incompetent as a President. Everything the Insider has said so far has turned out correct after the fact. We'll
just have to sit back and see if his prognostications about the future are correct as well.
edit on 11/1/2010 by schuyler because: spelling,