Obama deployed the language of right and wrong, fairness and unfairness, in a lengthy address that aides said he largely wrote himself.


The Stuttering Clusterfuck of a Miserable Failure “largely wrote it himself”, now did he? Just like his “auto”biography?

Here’s something else that he actually did write:

Under water grottos, caverns
Filled with apes
That eat figs.
Stepping on the figs
That the apes
Eat, they crunch.
The apes howl, bare
Their fangs, dance,
Tumble in the
Rushing water,
Musty, wet pelts
Glistening in the blue.

A regular Shelley, Byron and Tennyson rolled into one he is. So let’s take a look at what he “largely” wrote himself:

“It’s a simple theory — one that speaks to our rugged individualism and healthy skepticism of too much government. It fits well on a bumper sticker. Here’s the problem: It doesn’t work,” Obama said of supply-side economics, drawing extended applause. “It’s never worked.”

Except for every single time it’s ever been tried, that is. But other than that, and as opposed to socialism which actually never did work… Oh, wait… Dammit.

He linked the Tea Party to the Occupy Wall Street protesters,

Why of course he did. Apart from the Tea Party being about 25,000 counts of rape, vandalism, murder, arson, violence and lice infestations behind they’re exactly alike!

Other than that, it was the standard socialist boiler plate that SCOAMF rattles off every time he opens his yap, including something about how we need to get people back to work For Teh Childerrnnn™ or something, which is apparently best achieved by destroying every last viable business that might pop up anywhere. After all, we all know that trickle down economics, or “capitalism” as it’s also known, that hideous practice of wealthy people opening businesses and hiring people to work for them is the WORST way of getting people hired.

It’s true, because SCOAMF told us so.

Is it OK to call him a socialist now?


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By Emperor Misha I

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