Friday, April 2, 2010

Obama Lashes Out at Critics

Taking partisanship on Capital Hill to a new level, President Barrack Obama savaged critics of his policies earlier today with a level of venomous heat usually reserved for back room lashings with Rahm Emanual.
"In an interview with Harry Smith on CBS' "Early Show" Friday morning, President Obama called out Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh as purveyors of "vitriol"

In going public with his thinly veiled rage at opponents of Obamacare and the Obamanation of the auto and banking industries, the President sank the Office of the Presidency to the level of radio talk show personalities.

The President's comments followed shortly after an unflattering likeness was posted on an internet blog site equating Barrack Obama with national icon Alfred E. Neuman. The posting may have wounded the president's all important self-image, getting under his skin and driving his reckless comments on CBS News.

Backing away from the edge just a tad, the President offered the following:

"It happens often when you've got an economy that is making people more anxious and people are feeling that there's a lot of change that needs to take place. But that's not the vast majority of Americans."

Well, exactly. The change you have been imposing upon the citizenry is not what was in the mind of the vast majority of Americans. That's why they're angry.

If you want change to happen in the dialogue Mr. President, try leading by example. After-all, you are our elected leader. You get to show the way. Quit walking out on our allies and disregarding the American people. And Barry, if you want people to be less critical of the damage you are doing to the Republic, stop acting like you're king.

We are a free people.


  1. If he's concerned about his image, he should worry more about photos like the one you included above.

    How can he be so unguarded with multiple microphones in his face?

  2. It was that blog piece that pushed him over the edge. ; )

  3. Well, it probably seems to him like a small step from the USS Nicholas taking down some Somali pirates to Nicholas-the-Blogger taking down a Kenyan Presidency.