Normally I wouldn't have even watched Obama. However after his 60 Minutes roasting, I wanted to see how he would over-react. So I indulged the narcissist.
Yet again, I really looked hard to find what so impressed all the Liberal wieners about Obama's so-called eloquence. Being completely objective here, I have seen better speeches in Off-Off Broadway soliloquies. There was no eloquence to be found...none, nil, nyet. Apparently if Obama can't steal words from some dead Republican, his eloquence goes AWOL.
Obama stumbled and bumbled his way through what was a relatively short and unimpactful speech. And he read it so fast that I can only surmise he was late for a hoops game. He couldn't wait to get to the canned Q&A, lest his teleprompter put up the wrong words. I don't know what the flunk I'm doing. I'm Barack Obama, and my teleprompter approved this message.
The speech was regurgitated Obama vomit from his last twenty speeches. I've begun timing him for reminding us, that he inherited this mess, or some paraphrase thereof. He indeed rode the bull a full eight seconds…Yee-HAW, before reminding us. I checked with the judges, and…it was a valid ride!
Here was Obama's statement, emphasis added by me:
Now, it's important to remember that this crisis didn't happen overnight and it didn't result from any one action or decision. It took many years and many failures to lead us here.
We know this time, we know it will take ONE failure and exactly four years to flush America down the toilet.
Obama goes on to sell us his tim-plated turd:
The first step we took was to pass a recovery plan to jump-start job creation and put money in people's pockets. And this plan's already saved the jobs of teachers and police officers. It's creating construction jobs to rebuild roads and bridges. And yesterday I met with a man whose company is reopening a factory outside of Pittsburgh that's rehiring workers to build some of the most energy-efficient windows in the world.
This week -- Jobs created 42. Jobs lost 673,272. 'Nuff said.
And I wonder what that man who owns the company in Pittsburgh would say. Well, what he said isn't quite like it is, as we are not actually rehiring. In fact I will likely be laying a few people off.
Then he said this:
At the end of the day, the best way to bring our deficit down in the long run is not with a budget that continues the very same policies that have led us to a narrow prosperity and massive debt. It's with a budget that leads to broad economic growth by moving from an era of borrow-and-spend to one where we save and invest.
Here's the wrap:
Does Obama actually read this crap before it goes on the teleprompter?
This budget is so large it's getting difficult to find examples on how to envision it. If you stacked $100 bills to Neptune, the Obama budget could make two trips between the planet and earth. Let me put it this way, if you have to use the solar system to compare something to, it's too freaking BIG!
The sad part is that Obama is a fanatic! After all the warnings by China, and the most of America preparing to pollute the rivers with tea, Obama believes he needs to spend even more. He's a shopaholic, and he needs an intervention.
When Pelosi and Reid see the need to trim pork, you know we've gone too far. But Obama left us with this hopeful comment:
The road to that prosperity is still long, and we will hit our share of bumps and setbacks before it ends. But we must remember that we can get there if we travel that road as one nation, as one people.
It's always thrilling to hear such inspired words. "…one nation, as one people."
I'd like a touch of cyanide with my kool-aid...please!
That's my rant!
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