Monday, September 06, 2010

"They talk about me like a dog." --Really, Barry?

What a target rich environment this man is for the blogs. 2012, baby!

As a commenter at my favorite blog, Michelle Obama's Mirror's Blog, reminds us: "If you can't run with the big dogs, stay on the porch."

Boo-freakin'-hoo, you whiner. Yes, Barry, it's ALL about you. Insulting dogs everywhere in his recent remarks, our Man Barry thinks his opponents talk about him like a dog. Even though I have no idea what that remark means, I would tell Barry this: I've got news for you, pal. I certainly would NOT talk about a dog the way I talk about you. I have 'way too much respect for dogs. Plus, his opponents? All he has on his side is NBC, CBS, ABC, PBS, NPR, the NYT, the Washington Post, the LA Times, most of Hollywood, CNN . . . oh, boo hoo. He also once had a majority in the House and the Senate, but the November 2010 elections will take care of that.

Honestly, I think this clown is going off the rails. If you've been on vay-cay for the better part of the summer, don't these kinds of dark circles usually go away? Instead, our Man Barry looks worse after his summer off than he did at the beginning.

There's more of the speech here from First Bitch, Obowser, where he works that car/ditch/"I'm not giving back the keys" metaphor AGAIN. This is the most unpresidential presentation I've ever heard from any POTUS in my lifetime. The guy sounds unhinged. He's a self-pitying punk, and when he goes into that fake preacher voice that he uses on this audience, it makes me want to puke on my own shoes.

Maybe he looks so bad because of all the time he's had to spend this summer with Moo-chelle the Angry Black Woman (TM). Who could really blame him for looking like a sad piece of crap, having to spend the summer with her? Seriously, though, he eats up this campaigning stuff like Moo-chelle eats up ice cream, and he'd probably be happy out on the campaign trail 24x7. Too bad, evidently no one read to him the job description for POTUS before he took the job.

Commenters (aka "lapdog" media) are pointing out our Man Barry's "more aggressive tone" in the speech he gave to his sycophant union buddies at a Labor Day rally in Milwaukee today:

"They’re betting that between now and November, you’ll come down with a case of amnesia," Obama said. "They think you’ll forget what their agenda did to this country. They think you’ll just believe that they’ve changed. These are the folks whose policies helped devastate our middle class and drive our economy into a ditch. And now they’re asking you for the keys back."

Are you kidding me? That's an "aggressive" tone? Oooooh, the Right has just got to be shaking in their shoes over that one.

Photo credit: Weasel Zippers

Plus for the love of God, will someone PLEASE find this guy a new metaphor--"driving our economy into the ditch." How many times has he used that one? The Best. Orator. Evah. Those keys aren't yours to give back, you loser. One of these days someone is going to bitch-slap you and take those keys away. You whiny little punk. You weak little man.

And Barry? Lay off the dog comparisons, will you? Every dog I know has more class than you do. Bow-wow.

Photo credit: Rhymes with Right

Update. Doug Powers at says he takes back everything he said this summer; he liked Barry better when he was still on vacation. Heh.

Update #2. Some bloggers think these remarks from Obama indicate the beginning of "the great unraveling."
From a blog called "Hindenblog" comes this: "I have said in writing that I fear that Mr. Obama . . . the deepest pathology ever to inhabit the White House . . . will unravel while in office." I think I pretty much agree with this blogger. Barry thinks the "powerful interests" are out to get him. Huh? You mean powerful interests like organized labor? The Association of Trial Lawyers? The Washington lobbyists who have never been more influential than they are right this minute in Obama's administration? Jeeze. There's medication he could take for that sort of paranoia. One of the commenters at HotAir says this guy makes Nixon look sane.

Never get in the way of someone who is self-destructing. Keep talkin' out there, Barry.

Update #3. This is from Ed Lasky at American Thinker: "The most thin-skinned, whiny, name-calling and weak President EVER. We see the true character and personality in gaffes - when he is not plugged into the teleprompter or reading off the prepared remarks."

Update #4. One of my favorite blogs, Seraphic Secret, gives Mr. Zero this advice: never, ever go off the teleprompter, because you sound like this:

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