Now you would think that if there is one thing that the American people would have learned from their decision to elect Barack Hussein Obama, not once but twice, as their 44th president, it would be that they should never vote for someone whose background the media has worked so very hard to keep hidden from them out of fear that may cause them not to vote for that candidate. The reason being, nothing good will come of it. And for proof that we need look back no further than the elections of 2008 and 2012. After all, what exactly did our state-controlled media do in an effort to make sure that the voting public was aware of who this man, Obama, really was. So I thought it a bit ironic that after a speech he gave, just yesteday, in Milan, Italy, that during a question-and-answer session after the speech, Barry seemed to toss a bit if a dig at people who didn’t show up to the polls last November.
And it was without mentioning President Trump by name that Barry said, “You get the politicians you deserve.” And he added, “And if you don’t vote and you don’t participate and you don’t pay attention, then you’ll get policies that don’t reflect your interests.” The comments came during a discussion about leadership, a trait which Barry has repeatedly demonstrated that he most definitely does not possess. And yet, Barry said, “The mark of a good leader is somebody who is able to empower other people.” He then went on to say, “So often we think of leadership as somebody at the top who is ordering other people around … but it turns out, for me at least, what made me understand leadership was when I could see somebody who thought they didn’t have a voice, thought they didn’t have influence or didn’t have power, and teach them how to speak up on the things that were affecting their lives.”
Barry said, “Politicians can help guide policy.” And he then went on to say, “But change is going to come from what people do every day.” He said, “When I was president, wherever I would go, I would meet with young people.” And he went on to say, “And it would always give me energy and inspiration to see how much talent and sophistication and optimism and idealism existed among young people.” Barry continued, saying, “The problem is so often young people’s voices aren’t heard, and when they want to get involved on issues, they don’t know how and they don’t have the tools.” So it is then that the apparent goal of the forthcoming Barry “Almighty” Presidential Center is “to provide them the tools, the training, the networks, the relationships, the funding, so that they can be even more effective. That’s probably what I’m going to be spending most of the next 10 years on.”
You would think that it would be pretty difficult, for all but the most devoted of his followers, to deny that over the course of his entire time in office Barry proved himself to be anything other than a complete disgrace, as well as being not much of an actual leader. I can’t help but wonder what other freedom loving people must have thought of us for electing this guy? I’m sure they must have thought that we had lost of collective mind. And then when we chose to re-elected him, I’m sure they thought we had gone completely insane. And still, to this day, the majority of Americans don’t agree with his policies. So he was actually telling us the truth when he said you get what you deserve by not voting because when the working men and women in America didn’t vote we got the most divisive, race baiting President in US history. It’s sad at how he is now profiting ‘bigly’ by spreading his divisive rhetoric.
The truth is that Barry would have lost the first time if he had been truthful about who, and what, he “really believed.” But for those of us who were really listening, we knew what Barry really believed. There just wasn’t enough of us, so what we ended up with was a narcissist for eight years who seemed quite determined in his effort to destroy our country. You end up with whoever you vote, or don’t vote, for. Because in 2008 how many folks chose to stay home instead of voting for McCain, and how many did the same in 2012 because they couldn’t bring themselves to vote for Romney? Therefore what we ended up with was a guy who couldn’t pour piss out of a boot with the directions on the heel. So in that way Barry is right because in both instances we got what we deserved. And has anyone else ever noticed that the word ‘incompetent’ and Barack Obama both have the same number of letters? Just saying.
But what the Hell did I do to deserve Barry for eight years! I went out and I voted for both McCain and Romney. And still I ended up with a narcissistic, self-centered, self-serving hypocrite. And I voted for Trump because I want to see a roll-back of big government, and less coddling of those unwilling to work, or to think for themselves. And I’m in favor of reviving that antiquated notion of following the law, i.e., sanctuary cities are nonsense, and if you came to this country illegally, you don’t deserve to be here ahead of those who followed the rules and paid their fees. And did any of us get what we deserved when we elected Barry? Did we deserve $20 Trillion in debt? Did we deserve healthcare that we can’t afford to use? Did we deserve more racial division? Did we deserve to have our jobs go overseas? We also don’t deserve now to be scolded by you because we voted for change, Barry.
Barry is the reason Trump was elected, because had there been no Barry, I firmly believe there would have been no President Trump. And Trump’s success is a direct result of Barry and his radically left-wing policies. It remains to be seen what kind of positive impact the new president can have, in spite of the Democrats, but working to unravel much of the social engineering by his predecessor would be a great start. But we now know that there were many last ditch efforts by Barry which were knee jerk responses to Hitlery’s losing the election. And we now know that much of what Barry did as he headed toward the exit was designed to keep Trump busy early on so he would be unsuccessful. Like many on his team, Barry underestimated the pace the new president has kept. With the election of President Trump we have moved beyond the worst president in American history. And now we need put him further behind us!