June 15, 2010 2 Comments
Early this morning a source of mine allowed me to take a sneak peek into the President’s address to the nation from the Oval Office.
The following are some lines from the prepared speech, and my commentary:
Let me be clear: I can handle a crisis.
O.K. Maybe he can handle a crisis. Hussein Obama doesn’t look stressed… at all. And how could he look stressed when he hits the golf course as often as he can!
In my opinion, that line refers to him being calmed in the center of his Katrina.
I’m O.K. with sipping with a straw the oil the mistakes of the last eight years caused to spill.
Yes, he’s going to blame Bush often during his address. Also, expect him to talk a lot about himself. Kid Hussein looks like an adult, but acts like a 5-year-old boy, who can only think about himself, due to arrogance and selfishness, and can’t take responsibility for his own actions. Instead he blames somebody else, who has nothing to do with this mess, in hopes the American people will give him a “free pass.”
I apologize to my friends in Mexico. Lo lamento! America’s arrogance during the last eight years caused this mess, but I’m here, and you can still have hope, I’m a “changer.”
There he goes again! Well, he hasn’t apologized (that much) lately, so he had to. My source told me that we shouldn’t expect to see American flags: that could be offensive to Hussein’s friends around the world.
Oh, and as an aside, Obama should hire a new advisor. By doing so he would save or create 200010010101 jobs, and also change his lame political strategy to one more effective. The “Blame Bush” game does not longer work: Americans want a grown up man in the White House, someone who takes responsibility for his faults. Americans want a leader, not someone who will pass the buck on to somebody else.
And, again, Americans aren’t arrogant. I’m not going to explain my life in a blog post about what liberals think will be the Gettysburg Address II, but my personal experiences have shown me how nice and friendly Americans are. There are exceptions, of course, being among them Hussein Obama.
And following is the last extract I’m posting… for now:
During the last 60 days, I’ve shown the American people I can lead this country.
O.K. He’s shown us what a great golfer, basketballer, and tennis player he is. He hasn’t shown leadership, however.
Reading some phrases from a teleprompter didn’t, and won’t, help those who are suffering in the Gulf Coast during this disaster. Leadership and actions, not nice words and blame games, will help them.
Almost 60 days into this crisis he has shown us he’s a terrible leader.
Thank you for reading. God bless you, and God bless America.
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NOTE: The extracts from the President’s address written above aren’t real. Any coincidence is just that… a coincidence.