Those of us who don’t have a mistress like Marilyn Monroe to sing to us celebrate birthdays by blowing out candles.
But you have extinguished the lights of those who could adorn your cake, Mr. Obama.
You blew out the lights on our military men and women. The Benghazi terrorist attack claimed four lives, American Ambassador J. Christopher Stephens, U.S. Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith and Navy SEALs Glen Doherty and Ty Woods. Your policy of women in combat will result in more deaths of our troops. Suicide rates are soaring in the military (1,400 since you became president), and morale is at a record low. The terror attack at Fort Hood blew out 13 lives. That is 1,417 less lights on your cake today, Mr. President.
You blew out the lights on our economy. As Forbes’ Peter Ferrera puts it, instead of being a “forward-looking progressive” like you claimed, you are a “backward-looking recessive” who gave us the worst economic recovery since the Great Depression. We have spent 67 continuous months in a recession on your watch, Mr. Obama. That has been very hard on the middle class, whom you said you would help. That is about 150 million less lights on your cake, Mr. President.
You blew out the lights on our school children. While rewarding them with things like cars and iPads for showing up, you have dumbed them down more than children of any other generation. Outrageous union pensions and pay scales for teachers have been on the backs of children. Instead of learning reading, writing and math, under your theocracy of political correctness, children must choose their gender upon arrival to school each day. Instead of learning how to make up for the $16 trillion debt you have amassed, they are being taught how to be the public relations workers for Obamacare to their families. That’s 50 million fewer lights on your birthday cake, Mr. President.
You blew out the lights on American workers. According to numbers published in Forbes, the unemployment rate counting the unemployed, underemployed and discouraged workers is 15.2 percent. And that doesn’t include all the workers who have fled the workforce under your economic oppression. Twenty-five million Americans are unemployed or underemployed, including 5.6 million who have been unemployed long term. Mr. Ferrera says that under your regime, American workers have suffered their longest period with so many in such long-term unemployment since the Great Depression. Even the unions are protesting the failure of Obamacare, and the burden it puts on American families. That’s more than 25 million fewer lights on that birthday cake, Mr. Obama.
You blew out the lights on the elderly. Nearly one-quarter of all seniors rely on the private care option in Medicare called Medicare Advantage. Heritage Foundation says Obamacare makes such deep cuts to that program that half of those covered will no longer be able to afford it. Heritage also reports that new taxes on medical devices and drugs, as well as the bureaucratic red tape, will relegate seniors even more seriously without medical coverage. That’s a few million more lights out on your cake today, Mr. President. And that’s before we start discussing your death panels.
You blew out the lights on young people. Heritage says you have ditched young people in five major ways. First, they are losing their health-care coverage. Premiums for 18-24 year olds will increase by 45 percent, and those 25-29 by 35 percent. In addition to premium increases, many young people will straight up lose their coverage. Student loan debts will increase, while jobs decrease. More young people live with their parents into adulthood than ever before. The $ 16 trillion debt is left for young people to somehow pay or collapse under. That’s more than 25 million fewer lights on your cake, Mr. Obama.
You blew out the lights on women in your Democrat war on women. You praised Fluke for her improprieties, but never uttered a word in defense of women who are the victims of Weiner, Filner, Spitzer or your good buddy, Clinton. Oh, and that’s not to mention the war on women through the killing of baby girls. But we’ll get to that. If you hadn’t exacted the war on women, you could have enjoyed another few million more lights on your birthday cake.
You blew out the lights on minorities. An estimate by Soopermexican of blacks murdered during the 503 days of the Zimmerman trial comes to more than 10,000 dead. BlackGenocide.org shows that black women are five times more likely than white women to have abortions and estimates 1,876 black babies are aborted each day. WND points to the race-baiting statists’ latest tactic of screaming for the defeat of “Stand Your Ground” laws, which save more black people than white, by far. Their hypocrisy is that they blame a mythical image of some white slave owner who doesn’t exist, while they support the eugenic holocaust of dead black babies and an entitlement system that keeps people on virtual plantations. They are immediately discredited by their actions, which speak much louder than the deceptive words used to control those they deem “useful idiots.” That is 3,118,532 fewer candles on your cake today, representing each black light you have let be forever snuffed.
You blew out the lights on all babies. Around 5.6 million American babies have been aborted since you took office and will never blow out the candles on their own birthday cakes. Mr. Obama, you know around half of those aborted are female, yet you keynoted the Planned Parenthood gala this year. You gladly accepted an award in the name of the known eugenicist, Margaret Sanger, whose entire goal in founding Planned Parenthood was to “eradicate the black race.” You see more than $1 million per day of taxpayer money going to pay for killing those baby girls, Mr. President. Your war on baby women has dimmed the cake by about another 2.8 million little female lights.
Legend says that Marie Antoinette said, “Let them eat cake!” Though there is no record of her being the oblivious elitist who said that, “Let them eat cake” is the traditional translation of the French phrase “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche.” It is known to have been spoken by a princess when she learned that the peasants had no bread. Since the elite’s bread was enriched with eggs and butter, and the peasant’s bread was not, the quote demonstrates the oblivious ignorance of the ruling class’ total disregard for the peoples’ condition. Think about that as you eat your cake today, Mr. President.
What a shame. You could have had quite a birthday cake. I guess your day will be rather dark, like a lot of children’s birthdays around the U.S. for your policies of demise and death. I would say “Happy Birthday,” but how could you be happy knowing what you have done? I wish you a very deep, dark, gut-wrenching moment of clarification today, Mr. President. I wish you a moment so clear that you can see what you have done and begin to change it. I wish you a moment of hope and change, Mr. President. We can’t bring all of the 230,611,417 lights back, but we can hope for change next year. No, I don’t wish you a happy birthday at all.