I’m sure everyone will remember when ex-president Barry ‘O’ made a promise as he was finally leaving the White House that he would stay out of President Trump’s hair unless, in his words, it was something he considered to be really important. But how many of us actually expected this liar to keep his word? And it has been since leaving office, and with increasing frequency, that Barry has had very little trouble in finding those issues he views as being of sufficient importance that he has felt compelled to challenge his successor’s chosen position.
For instance, when President Trump pushed Congress last March to repeal Obamacare, it was Barry who, and in fairly short order, jumped in in an effort to save his signature program with one of his first public critiques as a ‘private’ citizen. And it was in making sure to use President Trump’s favorite phrase for criticizing the Affordable Care Act that Barry said, “Reality continues to discredit the false claim that this law is in a ‘death spiral.’” And Barry also seemed to go out of his way making the comment, “Likewise, this law is no ‘job-killer.’”
And it was after President Trump reversed Barry’s decision and pulled the U.S. out of the Paris climate agreement back in June that Barry chose to criticize his successor’s move actually going so far as describe it as being “a difficult position to defend.” Barry has been forced to watch President Trump unravel his legacy on what has become a broad front, from killing Obamacare’s individual mandate to building the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines, from rolling back hundreds of business regulations to ending amnesty for young illegal immigrants.
Cecilia Munoz, who served as Barry’s top domestic policy adviser in the White House, keeps in touch with our ex-president and others from his team, and acknowledges a deep level of frustration generally over President Trump’s actions. She said, “President Obama’s legacy was never really about himself, but he cares a lot about tens of millions of people having access to affordable health coverage. That’s the very hardest part. Knowing that 13 million people will lose their health coverage as a result of the tax bill is incredibly painful.”
And while Ms. Munoz said that Barry very much appreciated former President George W. Bush staying on the sidelines after leaving office, apparently Barry remains unable to afford President Trump what would be the very same courtesy. And I’m pretty sure that Barry was glad Bush chose to remain silent especially after Barry spent the entire eight years of his presidency doing nothing more than essentially blame Bush for everything that went wrong. Everything Barry touched turned to shit! And yet he was never to be seen as being the one at fault.
Munoz also said, “President Obama feels it is important to provide the same respect to the current administration that was provided to him by the Bush administration.” This imbecile then went on to say, “President Bush and his team gave President Obama and his team the space to do our jobs, and did not come forward and comment on every decision that we made. And surely they disagreed with a lot of what we were doing. So President Obama has been giving the same space to the current administration.” Oh really? Since when??
And it was during a rare interview that aired on BBC Radio, that Barry told Britain’s Prince Harry that “the things that are important to me haven’t changed.” Barry said, “I still care about making sure that the United States and the world is a place where kids get a decent education, where people who are willing to work hard are able to find a job that pays a living wage.” And it was again, without actually mentioning President Trump’s name, that Barry warned in the interview that leaders must use social media, such as Twitter, responsibly.
And so it has been since leaving office and over the course of the last year that Barry, when not badmouthing President Trump, has found things to keep himself busy, with his two favorite endeavors being: leading the Obummer Foundation, and working with ex-Attorney General, and that rather well-known and quite devout racist, Eric Holder at the National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC), which is promoting an array of Democrat candidates nationwide ahead of the 2020 census that will determine how new congressional districts are drawn.
In July, Barry headlined his first fundraiser for this organization, the NDRC, which raised $10.8 million in the first six months of 2017 to support Democrat candidates, to fund legal challenges against district lines drawn by Republicans, and to support ballot initiatives to create independent commissions to draw legislative maps. And in October, Barry announced NDRC’s partnership with Organizing for Action (OFA), the spinoff of his reelection campaign, and encouraged OFA’s grass-roots activists to get involved in the fight against gerrymandering.
And it was some supposed advisor to Barry, and one who requested to remain anonymous, that said, “He’s mostly focused on the work of his Foundation: creating an institution to identify and lift-up the next generation of leaders.” And it was this same advisor who then went on to say, “He also wants to be helpful to the Democratic Party, as you saw him support candidates around the country and he’ll continue to do so. But he firmly believes the best way for the Democratic Party to rebuild is support and grow the party’s roster of talented leaders.”
The best thing about the Obama presidency is that after eight long years of near endless corruption, it finally came to an end. Never in the history of our great country has there been a more corrupt and dishonest president so determined to do as much damage as possible to the country he was elected to lead, than Barack Hussein Obama. A man who came into office on a mission, a mission to “fundamentally transform” the one country that for the last 200+ years been the greatest beacon for freedom the world has ever seen.
And since having been removed from the spotlight, and with a bit more of his legacy disappearing every day, Barry seems to have become all the more desperate in his effort to remain relevant and to not be forgotten. The mark left on this country by Barry is being made to fade away. The long term goal here, should be one that gets us all to that point where more and more people will finally come to say, “Barack who?” Because for a man who possesses an ego the size of Barry’s, to be forgotten would be a fate far worse than death.