Monday, May 3, 2010

Obama to 80% of Americans: You're extreme, inciting violence and you hate yourselves. Uses commencement speech to attack "socialist" label...

Why in the world are these 'idiots' applauding President Obama. It's a perfect example of a 'dumbed-down' university and the indoctrination of our youth. How pathetic...

President Obama gave a commencement speech at the University of Michigan over the weekend and instead of encouraging and challenging the graduates to be the next Bill Gates or Carly Fiorina, he gave a self serving, political speech chastising Americans who disagree with his ideas and policies that are leading us to even bigger government. The recent Pew poll that showed 4 out of 5 Americans don’t trust the federal government didn’t cool his rhetoric a bit. From the transcript:

But what troubles me is when I hear people say that all of government is inherently bad…

Straw man alert! The One loves to do this. Set up an argument no one makes and then knock it down. No one in this debate is saying ALL government is bad. We are calling for the government to actually live up to the limits set for it by our constitution. The problem is Barry thinks the more government, the better.

When our government is spoken of as some menacing, threatening foreign entity, it ignores the fact that in our democracy, government is us. We, the people–[Applause.] We, the people, hold in our hands the power to choose our leaders and change our laws, and shape our own destiny.

See, you’re so dumb that you don’t understand your anger at government is really self hate. Oy.

Does he really not understand this? We know the government is supposed to be us, that’s why we’re so upset. We see our government as not representing us anymore. We are frustrated because we feel we’re losing the power to shape our destiny. (Funny how when Obama, Reid, Pelosi, Cindy Sheehan and Code Pink we’re screaming about our horrible government under Bush, they weren’t confused about the government being them.) READ MORE...

1 comment:

  1. "We see our government as not representing us anymore. We are frustrated because we feel we’re losing the power to shape our destiny."

    Elections have consequences. How much did the people here come out for John McCain. Republicans running for Congress and Senate Money? Effort? If you didn't come out strong, you have no one to blame but yourselves. The other side did come out. Money and effort. That's how the system works.

    Now, you're frustrated. Understandable to someone who lived under eight years of Bush.

    You lose? It's supposed to taste like a shit taco.