Saturday, August 30, 2014

Obama: Drat That Social Meda!

The Messiah Most Miserable has released his latest hissy-fit statement regarding the state of affairs yesterday at a Democratic fundraiser in New York.  He's either at fundraisers or on golf courses these days, but I digress.

We have ISIS/ISIL and other terrorists shedding blood right and left in the mid-east, uncontrolled floods of illegals crossing our southern border (funny how that's dropped off the radar!), unemployment and cost of living ever rising, etc.  But according to His Nibs, it's really not that bad!  We just think it's that bad; it's all in our imaginations!  He said, "the world's always messy...we're just noticing now in part because of social media".  Two things immediately come to mind
  1. I cannot think of when we had whole-scale murder of Christians and Jews in the mid-east before.  Perhaps during the reign of Adolf Hitler we had barbarity akin to what's going on and some isolated incidents between then and now, but the world hasn't "been messy" like that on this scale.
  2. He admits that many are now just noticing because of social media.  In doing so, he acknowledges the conspiracy of silence in which so many in the mainstream media are participating.  They do so to protect Obama's image (as much as it can be, as more and more that effort becomes an exercise in futility).
I am honored to be part of that big, bad "social media" that is popping Obama's fantasy balloons whenever possible.  All we do is speak the truth.  If he can't deal with that without sniveling and pouting, perhaps he should resign and head off to his favorite golf course for good!

I would be remiss if I didn't point out the more ominous aspect of Obama's little rant.  Might this be a prelude to attempts to stifle our First Amendment rights?  Let's keep an eye on this.

1 comment:

  1. Hi...sorry I'm off topic, but I just wondered if you'd seen our tax dollars at work...

    May the Lord bless you and protect you this day and always


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