Skip to comments.Seeing Politico 44's Tagline:'A Living Diary of the Obama Presidency' Just Makes Me Want to Puke
Posted on 02/27/2013 4:26:10 PM PST by lbryce
Reading the Politico 44 article at FR about our new Secretary of Defense, Politico quotes Obama as the US now having the Defense Secretary it needs triggered within me a downward emotional process of anger, bitterness, revulsion at what is so very palpable, the meticulously orchestrated all-encompassing Machiavellian plan by Obama that touches upon every facet of American power, life that he has long been watering at the mouth in which to facilitate, bring to fruition, to render America a geopolitical non-entity, economically, militarily.
His plan involving the various, disparate components, aspects that have made America great, now in the process of being unraveled. The Secretary of Defense of his choosing voted in by Congress being a key instrument of his plan to end America's reign as sole world power, as benevolent global hegemony as we have known it for decades, all part of his master strategy in which sometime within the next few years will all coalesce to exponential effect to the over all synergistic destruction of the United States of America.
Make no mistake. You could have no one worse for America than Obama and Hagel in their respective roles as America's collective undertakers.
To me, the nomination of Hagel is the point where one day historians will look upon as the day when the Obama's countdown to destruction officially began, the day when a man of Hagel's anti-Americanism identical to that of Obama began the deconstruction of the US military and of America.
The mere words of Obama's saying the US now has the Secretary of Defense it needs, is like listening to Hitler and noticing how it matches exactly what it says in Mein Kampf. How coincidental is that?
It is unmistakable, irreversible all that what Obama has said and done up to now, the past, Obama's past, is a perfect premonition of what to expect of him in the future, what to expect of America in the future as Obama's undoing, a harbinger of destruction, tragedy, in a word, the end of America, as we all have known and loved.
What makes me puke is Politoco 44's tag line.
A Living Diary of the Obama Presidency
A living diary that could not be any more lifeless than it is.
Well stated & right on.
And thanks to the rapidly growing Hispanic population, it will be more and more difficult to win state and national elections. Latino’s are supporters of big government and are a significant part of why this nation is moving rapidly in the wrong direction.
Obama, Hagel, etc, are just the tip of the iceberg if conservatives can’t either win dramatically more white voters immediately, or seriously make inroads with minority voters.
If we do another amnesty, this country is probably finished for at least a generation or more.
Thanks lbryce. Partisan Media Shills.
I want to thank you very much for picking up my comments as part of your popular pings list. I very much appreciate it because these are my very own words, not some professional columnist or blogger, words, sentiments that I am very proud of, words that don’t get said enough, certainly not repeated enough, the very words I’ve been saying in posts and threads recently as often as I can.
This is the first time I’ve addressed the issue in a post of my own. And as you can see, having to post it where most people don’t get to see it. So having you pick up my comments to get as many people to see it is greatly appreciated.
Thanks, very much SunkenCiv.
We just won big statewide elections two years ago in a number of critical states. We have republican governors in Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Florida, Arizona, Nevada, and others. We also won senate races in many of theose staes. We do have electoral challenges in national races, and your thoughts are rot on that one. Our side simply has zero room for error in a presidential election and that’s hard to do. Our senate races this time were disastrous, but they were pretty good just two years ago. I think that has as much to do with the presidential race and the terrible campaign messaging than anything. We do have challenges, but I do not believe we are destined for minority status at any level other than possibly the White House.
I don’t discount your general thoughts, but I think too many are weighting 2012 too heavily in their analysis. Our party/our movement does need to change tactics, improve messaging and work on winning over voters to avoid more losses. No doubt. 2012 was the year of the DC consultant in GOP races and they failed miserably. Their tepid tactics simply do not work. It is time for a different direction.
Let the Left focus on subgroups, identity politics, etc. Let's get some Republicans who aren't afraid of the media, and can make inroads with people who want a better America. The moment you go into groups and identity politics, you're playing their game with their rules... and we now see what that gets us. Why even go near that road?
It is my pleasure, and thanks lbryce for the kind remarks.