I am so glad we’re only 40 days away from saying a permanent good riddance to Barack Obama as impostor president.
And, please, this is not racism speaking.
I’m sickened at what comes out of the man’s mouth. I couldn’t care less about the color of his skin.
What is it this time?
OK, I’m going to try to keep my cool here, but I am livid about the way this spoiled man-child punk is still mau-mauing about racism as the front door of the White House is about to hit him in the behind after eight years. That’s how long we’ve had to endure his shameless exploitation of racism in America while he has done just about everything imaginable in his power to stoke and rekindle its dying embers.
But forget all that.
It’s something else he’s done that has rendered me nearly speechless.
It’s unprecedented. I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s audacious, stupefying, over the top even for Obama.
What he did this week while finishing out the final weeks in a two-term presidency – a reign marked by undeserved adulation, unwarranted accolades and awards, virtually no opposition from an opposition party that had control of both houses of Congress in recent years, not to mention a fawning, adoring media – was flabbergasting indeed.
What did he do?
He told America and the world that he personally has been a victim of racism these past eight years while serving as president of these United States.
He whined and whimpered and groused to another race-obsessed eager listener, CNN’s Fareed Zakaria, about just how tough it is to live in a land of racist, white haters.
“I think there’s a reason why attitudes about my presidency among whites in Northern states are very different from whites in Southern states,” Obama said. “Are there folks whose primary concern about me has been that I seem foreign, the other? Are those who champion the ‘birther’ movement feeding off of bias? Absolutely.”
This guy is a one-trick pony.
He got elected president without any accomplishments to speak of in 2008 running as a black man.
He got re-elected president in 2012 even after proving himself incompetent to serve.
In other words, race was his political franchise.
Is there someone in America who doesn’t get this yet?
Why did Hillary Clinton lose, while Obama won twice?
Obama got more support from both whites and blacks than she did.
Had Obama not been black, he could never have won the presidency even once with his radical platform and his mysterious past.
Hillary would have likely done better if she were a black woman and perhaps not an unindicted co-conspirator in major breeches of national security and corruption in office.
What is Obama even talking about?
He’s a victim?
How was he hurt? What are his damages? If zooming around in Air Force One, traveling the world with Secret Service protection and living the good life in the White House is racial oppression, where does this malarkey end?
What would make Obama admit he’s no longer a victim of racism? Would he have to be declared the ruler of the world – one who cannot be criticized?
I really suspect even that would not satisfy Obama that some people just don’t like him because of what he says and does, irrespective of the color of his skin.
Get over it, Obama.
Enough is enough.
People don’t dislike you because of race.
They dislike you because you exploit race to demean your critics and the nation that elected you to its highest office.
I can’t wait for Jan. 20.
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