More Obfuscations In Magazine Blather
David Remnick~~of “The New Yorker” magazine interviewed Dear Leader, “Clown Princeobama over the course of a few days, in several venues.  I’ve voluntarily undertaken the daunting task of trying to make sense~~from the constitutionalist’s perspective~~of Dear Leader‘s blusterful blather.  It’s not the easiest task to point out time-after-time, “Clown Princeobama‘s shortcomings of inexperience, of ineptness, of socio-fascism, among many, many others.  So let’s get after it:
“The conventional wisdom is that a President’s second term is a matter of minimizing the damage and playing defense rather than playing offense,” Obama said in one of our conversations on the trip and at the White House. “But, as I’ve reminded my team, the day after I was inaugurated for a second term, we’re in charge of the largest organization on earth, and our capacity to do some good, both domestically and around the world, is unsurpassed, even if nobody is paying attention.”
Being in charge of the most free country, the greatest-largest economy on earth can not be easy, even for those who have real-world experience and a passion for continuing the greatness and freedom of said country.  The “Clown Prince” has gone out of his way to promote his ideology, that of bringing the United States down to the level of every third-world rathole on the planet, rather than the reverse.
In 2007, at the start of Obama’s Presidential campaign, the historian Doris Kearns Goodwin [….] visited him in his Senate office. “I have no desire to be one of those Presidents who are just on the list—you see their pictures lined up on the wall,” Obama told them. “I really want to be a President who makes a difference.”
Just how self-centered, how self-adored, how self-important can one individual be?  One question I’d have for “Clown Princeobama: Just who~~in your inept, misguided opinion~~has sought and secured the position of President of the United States to languish in office, with his feet up on the Resolute Desk?

No one in his right mind would seek the most pressure-filled job on the planet if he/she did not feel they could make a difference.  One would have to be the most complete, world-class narcissist to believe otherwise.
“There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black President,” Obama said. “Now, the flip side of it is there are some black folks and maybe some white folks who really like me and give me the benefit of the doubt precisely because I’m a black President.”

“There is a historic connection between some of the arguments that we have politically and the history of race in our country, and sometimes it’s hard to disentangle those issues,” he went on. “You can be somebody who, for very legitimate reasons, worries about the power of the federal government—that it’s distant, that it’s bureaucratic, that it’s not accountable—and as a consequence you think that more power should reside in the hands of state governments. But what’s also true, obviously, is that philosophy is wrapped up in the history of states’ rights in the context of the civil-rights movement and the Civil War and Calhoun. There’s a pretty long history there. And so I think it’s important for progressives not to dismiss out of hand arguments against my Presidency or the Democratic Party or Bill Clinton or anybody just because there’s some overlap between those criticisms and the criticisms that traditionally were directed against those who were trying to bring about greater equality for African-Americans.
The voters~~as well as the obamedia~~should subject Dear Leader to the wise words of Allen West, one of America’s true military heroes:

The flip side is I think it’s important for conservatives to recognize and answer some of the problems that are posed by that history, so that they understand if I am concerned about leaving it up to states to expand Medicaid that it may not simply be because I am this power-hungry guy in Washington who wants to crush states’ rights but, rather, because we are one country and I think it is going to be important for the entire country to make sure that poor folks in Mississippi and not just Massachusetts are healthy.”
If that were truly the case, why were are you more concerned about control, about politics, about the politics of control than equalized health care among the various states.  If health care~~rather than control and politics~~were the primary concern, why all the exemptions and waivers to broad classes of Americans, but none to those Americans that truly need waivers and exemptions.  Said unconstitutional changes to standing law~~with no more than a stroke of your pen~~do not bode well for your position of being the president ruler of over all the people!

“There were times in our history where Democrats didn’t seem to be paying enough attention to the concerns of middle-class folks or working-class folks, black or white,” he said. “And this was one of the great gifts of Bill Clinton to the Party—to say, you know what, it’s entirely legitimate for folks to be concerned about getting mugged, and you can’t just talk about police abuse. How about folks not feeling safe outside their homes? It’s all fine and good for you to want to do something about poverty, but if the only mechanism you have is raising taxes on folks who are already feeling strapped, then maybe you need to widen your lens a little bit. And I think that the Democratic Party is better for it. But that was a process. And I am confident that the Republicans will go through that same process.”
Does that “widen[ing] your lens” thingie include the democRATics’ dogged determination that any civil rights legislation would never pass under their tutelage?!?  With the republicRATics leading the charge, did Lyndon Johnsonwiden his lens” to drag the democRATics~~kicking-and-screaming~~into the civil rights era after the President Kennedy assassination?!?

As Obama ticked off a list of first-term achievements—the economic rescue, the forty-four straight months of job growth, a reduction in carbon emissions, a spike in clean-energy technology—he seemed efficient but contained, running at three-quarters speed, like an athlete playing a midseason road game of modest consequence; he was performing just hard enough to leave a decent impression, get paid, and avoid injury. Even in front of West Coast liberals, he is always careful to disavow liberalism—the word, anyway. “I’m not a particularly ideological person,” Obama told Jon Shirley and his guests [during one of his hundreds of fundraisers]. “There’s things, some values I feel passionately about.” He said that these included making sure that everybody is “being treated with dignity or respect regardless of what they look like or what their last name is or who they love,” providing a strong defense, and “leaving a planet that is as spectacular as the one we inherited from our parents and our grandparents.”
Whew!  Now, there’s a load’a bullshit!!
The economic ‘rescue:’ We all remember that $787Billion PORKulus bill and much more beyond that.
The “Clown Prince” used a portion of those funds to reward his supporters, donors and bundlers.
The “Clown Prince” bailed out GM and Chrysler causing the American taxpayers to lose billions of dollars.
The “Clown Prince” poured billions of dollars into ‘green’ energy companies as they positioned themselves to file for bankruptcy.
48 Straight months of job growth:
Can, will the “Clown Prince” explain that with his claim, why we still, STILL have 92,000,000 Americans not working?
Can, will the “Clown Prince” explain that with his claim, why we see him whining for the congress to extend~~yet again, for the umpteenth time~~unemployment benefits?
A reduction of carbon emissions:
The “Clown Prince” with his complicit EPA are making coal-fired power plants a thing of the past.  Even as the plants have instituted clean energy technology improvements on their own.  Even as the customers of said power plants have seen their energy expenses increase dramatically.

[Aboard ‘Vacation Force’ One…..]

On this occasion, “Dear Leader” threw down the most used card in his wallet:

Less dangerous, he said, “in terms of its [consumption of marijuana] impact on the individual consumer. It’s not something I encourage, and I’ve told my daughters I think it’s a bad idea, a waste of time, not very healthy.” What clearly does trouble him is the radically disproportionate arrests and incarcerations for marijuana among minorities. “Middle-class kids don’t get locked up for smoking pot, and poor kids do,” he said. “And African-American kids and Latino kids are more likely to be poor and less likely to have the resources and the support to avoid unduly harsh penalties.” But, he said, “we should not be locking up kids or individual users for long stretches of jail time when some of the folks who are writing those laws have probably done the same thing.”
A cuppla points-to-ponder, “Prince:”  You might want to check the statistics prior to running-off-at-the-mouth!!  There are~~by percentage~~more urban blackneck thugs arrested and jailed simply because they are fewer in number, hence the term: “minority,” git’it?  One statistic you’re rather proud of~~but is another direct cause~~is the nearly doubling of welfareRATs since your immaculation/re-immaculation.  Single parenthood is promoted by your regime and thus a great determinant for raising urban blackneck thugs.  I ask you, who is more likely to be involved with the law, the prison system; an individual with a single, welfareRAT mother or an individual who’s from an intact, two married parent household?!?
In one of our conversations, I asked him what he felt he must get done before leaving office. He was silent for a while and then broke into a pained grin. “You mean, now that the Web site is working?” Yes, after that. “It’s hard to anticipate events over the next three years,” he said. “If you had asked F.D.R. what he had to accomplish in 1937, he would have told you, ‘I’ve got to stabilize the economy and reduce the deficit.’ Turned out there were a few more things on his plate.” He went on, “I think we are fortunate at the moment that we do not face a crisis of the scale and scope that Lincoln or F.D.R. faced. So I think it’s unrealistic to suggest that I can narrow my focus the way those two Presidents did. But I can tell you that I will measure myself at the end of my Presidency in large part by whether I began the process of rebuilding the middle class and the ladders into the middle class, and reversing the trend toward economic bifurcation in this society.”
Here “Clown Princeobama is using euphemisms for his positions on income inequality, economic inequality.  But what we’re seeing is how out-of-touch he is with the commoners he rules, particularly with this quote:
“I think we are fortunate at the moment that we do not face a crisis of the scale and scope that Lincoln or F.D.R. faced….”
Said ‘scale’ far surpasses that of the FDR Depression as noted here.  “Clown Princeobama~~operating under his Cloward-Piven ideology~~has arrived at, or is advancing toward a ‘scale’ that will never be repaid without severe national and personal pain for which said Dear Leader will never be held accountable.
With respect to his ‘income/economic inequality’ message, the “Clown Prince” says one thing, does quite another.  He uses his talent of blusterful blather to incite unrest among his SEIU-ish supporters while hob-knobbing with the deluxe-economically blessed.  His recent fundraiser in Beverly Hills~~among the entertainment-rich~~is a grand example:
The great-rich are separated from the ‘also-rans.’  obama schmoozes with the aforementioned while the latter paid $16,000 for nothing more than a ‘rubber chicken’ and to hear him blather on, seemingly truthful.
Whew!  This referenced article prints out at thirty-seven pages and I neither have the mental fortitude nor the economies of time to define all the obamalies (not anomalies, but obama lies) therein.
That’s all I got.
Til Nex’Time….
Justin Case