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The Mad Crapper
01-23-2010, 11:25 PM
This guy eviscerates Barry ROFL

How hope, change turned into bum year for President Obama

By Howie Carr | Sunday, January 24, 2010 | http://www.bostonherald.com | Columnists

Can we start calling Barack Obama “embattled” yet?

Hey, Mr. President - the first thing you have to do is figure out where somebody hid all your ties. That Ahmadinejad look didn’t go over big here in Boston a week ago, and it certainly didn’t cut it in Elyria, Ohio, on what you must have figured was “casual Friday.”

You wanted to be The Man? Well, The Man wears a tie, OK.

For a guy who ran on hope and change, Barack is looking rather hopeless. As for change - well, how about that Scott Brown? And how long has it been since you saw this phrase in print: R-Mass.?

Last weekend, Barack didn’t appear to know Scott Brown’s name, although to be fair he also fumbled with the names of both the state he was in and the senior senator. By Wednesday, Barack was as shameless as Bill Hudak in trying to hitch his imploding star to Brownie’s 2005 GMC Canyon truck.

“The same thing that swept Scott Brown into office swept me into office?”

Huh? Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

“People are angry, and they’re frustrated. Not just because of what’s happened in the last year or two years, but what’s happened over the last eight years.”

This is how barmy the moonbats have become - Brown’s victory is George Bush’s fault. Apparently Bush Derangement Syndrome is an incurable disease.
All through 2008, the bumkissers on MSNBC and CNN and NPR told us how smart this guy Barack was. I always wondered why, if he was so intelligent, he’d never figured out that all more bureaucracy and regulation and taxes produce is exactly what we now have in the United States, namely, complete economic malaise.

Every time Barack and his Teleprompter go out on the stump, he sinks further in the polls. As a pol, he’s gone from Teflon to Velcro in record time. In Ohio he told his handpicked audience of swooning fellow travelers that he doesn’t like being in Washington.

Memo to Barack: Self-pity is not good box office. Then the narcissist in chief said, as he so often does, “This is not about me!”

His new pitch is that he wants to re-regulate the financial industry, with Barney Frank (D-Subprime Mortgages) in charge. Fannie, Freddie, Frankie - fill in your own punch line here, and please, try to keep it clean.

“We want our money back!” he yelled to the comrades.

Puzzling rhetoric from a leftist who’s counting the days to Dec. 31, 2010, when the Bush tax cuts expire and he can tax us back not just to the Stone Age, but all the way back to the Triassic Epoch, when dinosaurs roamed the earth.

Then Barack declaimed on the need for a “jobs bill.” I thought that’s what the stimulus was. You know, the one that was going to keep unemployment from passing 8 percent. It’s 10 percent, including all his Air America acolytes, but we’re supposed to be mesmerized by his . . . what exactly are we supposed to be mesmerized by?

Fifty-three percent of the American electorate lost their minds in 2008. They’re waking up now; some are, anyway - the ones who work, or used to. Being broke and unemployed and lectured on your inherent racism, homophobia and other failings by the rapacious plunderbund that is the Democrat Party has a wonderful way of concentrating a voter’s mind.

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The Mad Crapper
01-24-2010, 10:04 AM
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