PUKE

From White House Dossier:

“The American people no longer confuse being contemplative with having courage,” he said. “The American people watched him execute the decision — not only putting the lives of those special operators on the line, but his entire future on the line as president of the United States of America. And he didn’t hesitate.”

Obama campaign 2012: The Gutsy Call.

Hope and Gutsy Calls.

Victor Davis Hanson on Obama’s reelection strategy:

We are beginning to see the contours of the upcoming 2012 reelection campaign of Barack Obama. Whether always officially sanctioned or not, Obama’s campaign will focus on three general themes: a) the 2008 meltdown of the economy on Bush’s watch; b) conservative heartlessness in gutting cherished entitlement programs; and c) racial bias behind any criticism of Barack Obama.

Regarding “a” – well, it’s Bush’s fault. It’s going to take Obama a loooong time (more than 4 years) to clean up that mess. Obama doesn’t “own” that, he inherited it. And, he’ll keep on inheriting it, because democrats refuse to acknowledge that all the money through at the problem was wasted and put us further into debt.

The entitlements program? Well, conservatives wanna push grammy off the cliff, right?

Greed, selfishness, and a lack of compassion — not an aging population, vastly expanded benefits, and soaring health-care costs — are responsible for the difficulties facing both Social Security and Medicare. Remedies abound, but none have been adopted by Team Obama. Before 2012 do not expect that the retirement age will be hiked. Benefits will not be trimmed or some entitlements privatized to encourage competition and cost-cutting — despite the real urgency for reform, since we are already running a $1.6 trillion annual budget deficit, and millions of baby-boomers are on the verge of retirement, a generation not known for either its reticence or its willingness to do without.

And, of course, you know the race card will be played often and heavily.

House Assistant Minority Leader James Clyburn (D., S.C.) summarized the racialist strategy best, when he explicitly charged that opposition to Obama’s reelection hinges on racism: “The fact of the matter is, the president’s problems are in large measure because of his skin color.”

Yea. His skin color. THAT’s his problem.

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One Comment on “PUKE”

  1. Svenster Says:

    You know, being called a racist just isn’t what it used to be. What once stung is now pretty weak tea. No white robes or racial epithets needed now. The mere thought that you might not vote for Obama next time around, regardless of reason, earns the charge. Is that the best ya got Clyburn, Obama? Well, is it? FYATHYRIO.


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