Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Obama's State-of-the-Union

I won't be watching and I really don't care what propaganda he is pushing after a failed year in office.

Oh, yeah, he's great with the inspiring oratory, blah, blah.

I have a basketball game tonight, so....

"Obama lays out plans to boost middle-class families

So we’re going to keep fighting to rebuild our economy so that hard work is once again rewarded, wages and incomes are once again rising, and the middle class is once again growing. And above all, we’re going to keep fighting to renew the American Dream and keep it alive - not just in our time, but for all time.’’

I'm sick of the s***-spew rhetoric as the guy puts the finishings on the New World Order.

Obama is trying to sharpen his economic message in a way that shows people he is on their side. White House officials say they know people have been turned off by the long, messy fight for health insurance reform. Plus, there is a perception that families have gotten far less help than big banks.

Yeah, and DON'T FORGET the UNENDING WARS, either!

Meanwhile, what is the figurehead doing with his day?

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (left) presented a jersey to President Obama during an event with the National Basketball Association’s 2009 champions at the White House.

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant (left) presented a jersey to President Obama during an event with the National Basketball Association’s 2009 champions at the White House. (Chip Somodevilla/ Getty Images)


I'm not being won over, either, sorry.

WASHINGTON - President Obama will emphasize a fresh agenda: cutting federal spending, bolstering the economy, and encouraging private-sector job creation.

Obama will officially announce plans tonight for a three- year freeze on spending for several domestic programs.


They ONLY become concerned about DEFICITS when it comes to YOUR SERVICES, taxpayers!

Amazing, isn't it? I thought George Bush left the White House last year.

The freeze would exempt defense, homeland security, the State Department, and entitlement programs such as Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid, leading Republicans to criticize the idea as a public relations move....

That's EXACTLY WHAT IT IS -- not that the Repugs are any better.

The idea has an uncertain fate in Congress, where lawmakers in both parties have favorite programs they are loath to cut. But the mere willingness to cut spending could ease the worries of Americans....

Translation: THEY THINK you have HEADS of SHIT, Amurkns (and maybe you do).

Yup, just TALKING ABOUT a TURD will be enough to CALM YOU DOWN!\

No, I won't be watching. Globe fills me up already.

Democrats dismiss the notion that they have not been listening to the economic concerns of voters....

Your heads really are full of s***, aren't they DemocraPs?

I mean, I'm really not believing this.

Rubbing your nose in Brown (how appropriate) taught you NOTHING?

Obama and incumbent Democrats have 10 months before the midterm elections to convince a frustrated electorate that they are doing something to improve the fiscal situation for American families as well as the federal government....

And the UNENDING WARS we are SO SICK OFF, all of us?!!!!


Here is why the MSM is so obsessed with his hot fart mist tonight:

"Biden’s son won’t run for US Senate

Congress free-spending ways, which are turning voters away from Obama and lawmakers in both political parties."

Here is why that spending may be a problem:

Senate rejects deficit task force

The commission proposal was offered as an amendment to a Democratic plan to increase the nation’s legal debt limit by $1.9 trillion, enough new borrowing to cover the government’s bills through the end of the year.

Holy crap!


Explains why we are feeling this way towards him, huh?

"Nearly half polled say Obama not delivering on promises

It's a lot more than that!!!

A year into his presidency, Barack Obama faces a polarized nation and souring public assessments of his efforts to change Washington, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll.

Nearly half of the Americans surveyed said Obama is not delivering on his major campaign promises, and a narrow majority had some or no confidence that he will make the right decisions for the country’s future.

More than a third saw the president as falling short of their expectations, about double the proportion saying so at the 100-day mark of Obama’s presidency in April. At the time, 63 percent said the new president had accomplished a “great deal’’ or a “good amount.’’ The percentage saying so in the recent poll dropped to 47 percent.

Well, when you are the THIRD TERM of GEORGE BUSH, we are going to react this way!

That partisan gap is about on par with divergent ratings of George W. Bush across his second term. But Obama continues to benefit from GOP weak points. Three-quarters of all adults lacked confidence in the Republicans in Congress to make good decisions for the future, and when it comes to assigning blame for the nation’s economic woes, about twice as many faulted the George W. Bush administration as they did Obama’s. African-Americans overwhelmingly approved of the job he is doing, just as they did in April.

Except for those House members who held up the consumer protection legislation over neglect, right?

But among whites, a sense that Obama has achieved at least a good amount and his approval rating both dropped nearly 20 points....

Yeah, SWING the SPIN around to the DIVISIVE RACIAL ISSUE, MSM in a crap poll, no less)!!

Overall, 50 percent of all those polled said Obama has delivered the change that was a main theme of his candidacy; 49 percent said he has not.

Now divide the delivery number in half and add it to the not side; then you have an accurate poll.

Who the hell are they CALLING, readers?


Yeah, that is a definite problem for the power structure.