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Honey, C-Span’s Broke!

In Obamarama on 30/01/2010 at 07:43

Barack Obama and I will never agree on much of anything. I think he’s fundamentally bad for America. I think he is so bad for America that, if the Republicans could miraculously get a majority in Congress, they should initiate impeachment proceedings for malfeasance of duty.

When we say things like that, Obama says we’re demonizing him. Oh, we are? What are we supposed to say? Barry, you’re so cute we you lie? He has virtually shut Capitol Hill Republicans out of the process of governing and his White House has refused to communicate with minority leaders.

I’ve joked about Barack being the Bart Simpson president, but really! He promised us that the health care debate would be on C-SPAN and didn’t deliver. Now he’s telling us it was on C-Span. We just missed it.

Look, Obama is a Marxist-socialist; there is no question that he is that far left, regardless of how Bill O’Reilly can’t go there. In his short time in office he has moved quickly to nationalize the American economy in the banking, automobile manufacturing, and health care industries. He has declared that his cap and trade energy legislation will bankrupt the coal industry and send our utility bills skyrocketing. While we shake our heads at the news that Hugo Chavez is nationalizing the media in Venezuela, Obama’s FCC is at work doing it right here. What do you call that?

The President denies that he is an ideologue, but he is without question the most ideological president since Jimmy Carter and his ideology influences every decision he makes.

I’ll deal with Gitmo in my next post, but to say the least he has played fast and loose with national security, and 300 Americans nearly died on Christmas day because of it. Someone will die because of it.

Even if we could throw him out in the street tomorrow, Barack Obama has already done irreparable damage to the nation. Letters won’t help; congress has written tons of them, only to be ignored. The only thing that can possibly help now is to keep up the noise and find strong candidates and run them in November.

I shouldn’t have been shocked today when the President told us the health care debates were on C-Span; it is his M.O. Say it, repeat is, and keep repeating it. Eventually they’ll believe it.

Mr. President, we’re seeing and hearing fine. We’ve been watching and listening carefully. And you can’t tinkle on our foot and tell us it’s raining.

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