Platitudes-R-Us in Obama's Weak-ly Address

By Proof

Saw Obama's weak-ly radio address over at American Power. The Bamboozler-in-Chief runs his mouth in campaign mode for four minutes in what sounds like a speech he could have given in 2008 (and probably did, except for the "phony scandals" part), as if he hasn't held the highest, most powerful office in the land for the past five years. Listen, if you have the stomach for it:

For Obama to insist on calling these scandals "phony", even as more and more evidence mounts in them, in hopes that they go away, would be slightly akin to you or I calling Obama a phony president and hoping he would go away. (The difference is, in the latter case, you or I would be correct, and Obama will go away as president no later than Jan. 2017)



Cross posted at Proof Positive

15 comments:

  1. Doing what politicians do when their legacy is threatened.

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    1. What legacy? The Detroitification of America?

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  2. Over at Beers with Demo he discusses "PHONY" http://beerswithdemo.blogspot.com/2013/08/phony.html

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    1. Obama on the "phony" IRS scandal: "“This is pretty straightforward. If, in fact, IRS personnel engaged in the kind of practices that have been reported on and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, then that’s outrageous. And they have to be held fully accountable."

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    2. Proof: It has been shown that the IRS targetted some liberal groups. But that brings to light the larger scandal of the whole situation: the IRS harassing groups for expressing their First Amendment rights, and threatening them with a punitive tax to censor them.

      The IRS should completely back off on this area.

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    3. The primary difference being, that the liberal groups were notified of the problems with their applications in a timely fashion, so that they could correct them and resubmit, whereas the conservative groups were left in limbo for months or even years, thus sidelining them from the political process because of their beliefs.

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  3. .

    Again thank you for filling out my 'RW Poor Pity Party Bingo Card'. You missed BeeenGaaazi though. Then I'd have a complete trifecta win.

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    Just think PRESIDENT Obama continues to win. And you remain poor lil' pity Proof.

    Ema Nymton
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    1. Ah, Ema! I see you spammed the same comment here as you did over at Proof Positive! What's the matter? Not enough brain cells left to come up with even a slight variation on your lame comments?

      Your lack of compassion for those who died at Benghazi and your lack of curiosity over the bumbling or callous (choose one) inactivity of the president at that time is duly noted.

      You do know that we had people who lay wounded from mortar fire for 20 hours while "President Winner" was at a Vegas fundraiser, right?? If he did nothing wrong, then there should be no problem whatsoever in him explaining that to the American people, specifically, the families of those who died.

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    2. Ema: The only reason I can see for you so gleefully celebrating the murder of some great Americans serving their country, by terrorists, is that it might be some sort of political/election ploy. People on the front lines against terrorists tend to vote against those of Obama's ilk. These deaths mean more voting advantage for your side.

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      "Ema: The only reason I can see for you so gleefully celebrating the murder of some great Americans serving their country, by terrorists, is that it might be some sort of political/election ploy."

      The ONLY reason? A bit myopic on your part, isn't it?

      Ema Nymton
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  4. Is Obama growing a set of Nixon jowls already?

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  5. Good point, Ema. There could be many other reasons. All reflecting your ignorance and lack of principle. None of them valid in any way.

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      " None of them valid in any way."

      Wow. Really? The people you do not agree with, do not have any valid points in any way?!. Wow. Such ABSOLUTISM.

      You'll fit right in with oh so many of the rest of the writers on/at this blog.

      Ema Nymton
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  6. No, sorry, once again you are grossly misinformed. And now you are insisting you have valid points, while refusing to give any. I've read you before, Ema, and this "absolutism" is justified based on your reputation.

    But it is nice that you compliment me and "the rest of the writers on/at tghis blog" for our valid and reasoned comments.

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