Skip to comments.Obama Blow-back Begins
Posted on 11/13/2008 6:28:00 AM PST by pabianice
Went to have a haircut. There are four hairdressers/barbers at the shop. All voted for Obama. Today they were all talking about how angry they are with Obama for deleting all of his promises from his website and now talking about not giving them all the goodies they wanted from him.
Reality's a bitch, ain't it?
He will blame Bush.
Welcome to “Camelot”.
In a way ... that’s good ... we just may need those four guns.
They will get a taste of rule #1 in politics- politicians are less trustworthy than used-car salesmen or MLM pimps.
Unfortunately, all those tax cuts will be changed to tax increases. Just wait for that bag of “stuff” to hit the fan.
Barnum was right.
I wonder if they’d blame him for the credit crisis that’s about to crush the economy.
It’s actually started back in the 90’s, but Obama gets to be president when the s*** hits the fan in a few months.
’ Welcome to Camelot. ‘
Ya mean, “Sham-a-lot?” ;-)
Within months, there will only be two employees.
Then the business will fail.
Sadly the fools brought on themselves as well as the rest of us, the worst President they could have elected.
Thi will be a very frightening time for many people.
My husband walked out of his barber shop because the two barbers were arguing with the clients about how wonderful Obama was going to be. He went back yesterday and they were very quiet.
Maybe the owner told them to shut up and cut.
I’ll have to remember that if I’m still able to talk to the Obamatrons. I’m even considering changing stylists.
However, there are a lot of semi-conservative democrats, and even heretofore conservative republicans and independents who voted for the OBAMANATION who are also already having pretty serious issues with what they did.
This is one of those rare cases where lack of trustworthiness is a good thing.
If Obama is planning to do some of the opposite of what he promised his twisted supporters then there might be some hope that we won’t get a socialist dictatorship. If he made decent promises, that would be another matter entirely.
I was just thinking about that this week. It is pathetic that so many have put so much faith in a POLITICIAN. A lot of people are going to be getting a dose of reality in the next year or two. Politicians are not our friends, regardless of party.
That may well help our conservative cause, because many people will become weary of politics and government, as they should. In the end our movement is about limited government and distrust of government as a solution.
Oh, he’ll give some soaring speech and reclaim their adoration. Doesn’t take much to fool the rubes.
That's out of style. Now......
IT'S ALL PALIN'S FAULT
“My husband walked out of his barber shop because the two barbers were arguing with the clients about how wonderful Obama was going to be. He went back yesterday and they were very quiet.”
He should have gone ahead and had his hair cut the first time, then held their tip with a promise to “spread it around.”
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