I used to think, "the nerve of these two Affirmative Action tools to lecture me." Now I'm amused that they have the nerve to lecture everybody when they have no special experience and no real concern for the people they're lecturing. We're all just means to an end.
OK, I'm not, but that's because I recognized long ago (months being an eternity in the computer age) that Barack Obama is the rottenest man who ever ran.
And his wife is more rotten still.
Wait, that's not fair… it's an absolute toss-up which one is more rotten.
I could detail all the examples, but that would take time, so I'll just assume you know them and I'll simply mention the latest two:
1) The Obos allowed their young daughters, Malia and Sasha, to be interviewed to advance his candidacy. That's horrible enough in itself, and made all the more so when you consider that Obama said before that he wanted his family included out of the campaign.
They got carried away in the moment, he says. It won't happen again. One shudders to think about the various things a President might do that would prompt a similar response.
So not only is Obama the least experienced candidate ever, he's also the least adult-like. I've previously said that he acts like someone twenty years younger than he is, so I'm just being redundant here. What's not redundant is that we've all seen him before – he's the black guy, a salesman perhaps, who's FOS but he just keeps talking in the hope that no one will notice. There was an Obama character on Shear Genius recently who bragged in his best hip-hop style that he was the bees knees when it came to hair design…
He was the first one to go. You might say, he stung like a butterfly and floated like a bee…hive.
2) Obama wants you all to teach your children Spanish so that when they go overseas, they'll be able to say more than "merci beaucoup."
Uh.. do Barry and Mickey's newest little TV personalities speak Spanish? inquiring minds want to know?
By the way, an MSNBC poll has 60% of people saying that allowing his kids to be interviewed was the wrong thing to do. I'd venture to say other polls about the many other things Obama says and does would produce similar numbers, and that a fair number of that sixty percent figure are still going to vote for him because they're ready for a change. Presumably then not the changes they see, but the ones they imagine.
Bobo says that he's embarrassed that Americans go to foreign countries and can't speak the language. HE"S embarrassed! And we should give a flying…? Am I being rude when I say that he embarrasses me? Should we expect that his speech at the Brandenburg Gate will require English subtitles?
So a nobody, who I concede may become President Nobody, is embarrassed in the abstract that you or I can't speak Spanish? Well, I know a bit of Spanish, and I think it applies to the Obamas – no mas!?!