Friday, April 29, 2011

My name is Bond--James Bond

My name's Barack Obama. I was born in Hawaii. The fiftieth state. Of the United States of America. No one checked my ID on the way in. But just in case....

This is the face of contempt and arrogance. Our man Barry is riding high, feeling pretty pleased with himself. Has there ever been a more pompous, arrogant, narcissistic a$$ in the White House than this guy? Well, let him continue to smirk and riff and laugh at half the country--for what? Proving that he was born here? Really? Let him and ObamaTeam (TM) continue to underestimate people, particularly "carnival barker" Donald Trump. Just remember Barry, he who laughs last, laughs best. This is childish behavior from the President of the United States, something we've come to expect from The Won, but something I will never get used to from a sitting president. I'm always astounded when he pulls this $hit.

So to be clear, the Left continues to throw down the race card for this guy, and any sort of criticism of him will be found, at best, to have "racial overtones." Do they really think this "racist" stuff is going to work again? Evidently they do, because this theme is being pushed again like it was a brand-new thought. Maybe it worked before Barry Baffoon had a record to run on, but it ain't gonna work anymore.

Ed Schultz: "This is what the Republican Party stands for, though--racism. I think Donald Trump is a racist."

Bob Schieffer is just an embarrassment. He criticizes Trump for mentioning Obama's grades and how he got into Harvard Law: "That's just code for saying he got into law school because he's black. This is an ugly strain of racism that's running through this whole thing." Hey Schieffer, what do you think affirmative action is all about? Do you really think a mediocre (at best--maybe he wasn't even that good, who knows?) white male student at Columbia could get into Harvard Law?

Idiot Joy Behar, I can barely listen to the woman: "It's very racist, because, in other words, you say he couldn't get into Harvard on his own, he didn't write his book, [Trump] can't fathom that a black man could be that smart. That's what's behind this."

The New Yorker blogs, posted on 27 Apr by David Remnick: Trump, Birtherism, and Race-Bating. "Let’s say what is plainly true (and what the President himself is reluctant to say): these rumors, this industry of fantasy, are designed to arouse a fear of the Other, of an African-American man with a white American mother and a black Kenyan father....Let’s be even plainer: to do what Trump has done (and he is only the latest and loudest and most spectacularly hirsute) is a conscious form of race-baiting, of fear-mongering.

Here's Richard Butrick at The American Thinker, Trump Smells a Rat. Williams Smells a Racist: "The point is that most "birthers", who think that Obama is a slick talking crypto-Marxist with a distain for America, would go after Obama if he were white. Now maybe Obama is a pragmatist and a sincere champion of America as a force for good in the world and the birthers are all wrong. That makes them wrong. It doesn't make them racist. And it doesn't make Trump a racist. Trump smells a rat. Trump has dealt with a lot of duplicitous sneaks in the business world and he smells a rat. Ok. He just smells something fishy." Thank you, American Thinker.

Of course Obama's paper of record (TM) has weighed in on the issue: A Certificate of Embarrassment. Of course, The NYT instructs us, we can only see this issue as racist: "It is inconceivable that this campaign to portray Mr. Obama as the insidious "other" would have been conducted against a white president."

So, that's where the Left is going, again, when their brown-eyed boy (oops, racist) is criticized: racist, racist, racist. We'll see how that works for them.

And if you haven't gotten enough of Boy King Barry yet, you can see him on Oprah on Monday. That's where he went on Friday after he scolded the country in his "press conference" (where he of course took no questions from the press) for not being "serious" about issues and wasting his time with "silliness," asking question about his birf certificate. He said he hoped the release will put the issue to bed so he can focus on more serious and important things--like campaigning for 2012 and appearing on Oprah Winfrey's show. After taping her show, he was headed to New York to do some fund raising, because maybe a billion dollars isn't going to be enough to get him put back into office for another four years--you never know.

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