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    Obama cracks up w/Trump Derangement Syndrome gives another temper-tantrum speech

    Obama cracks up with Trump Derangement Syndrome

    The Ex-President Who Won't Go Away gives another temper-tantrum speech.

    September 8, 2018

    Obama cracks up with Trump Derangement Syndrome

    By J. Marsolo

    On September 7, Barack Obama gave a speech in Illinois bitterly attacking President Trump and talking about his favorite subjects: himself and slavery.

    Obama is angry. He called on his followers to get out and vote in November to defeat Trump. He is angry that the voters rejected him in 2016 by electing Trump instead of Hillary. He knows that this was a rejection of his policies, and more importantly, it was a rejection of Obama personally. Obama cannot accept this. He and Joe Biden campaigned for Hillary daily, and Obama even said he would take it as a personal insult if black voters didn't vote for Hillary.
    Black voters and Hispanic voters ignored Obama's orders. Trump got more black and Hispanic voters than Romney in 2012.
    Obama cannot stand the success of President Trump. The economy is booming, the stock market is booming, and unemployment is down, but Obama does not care that our country is doing well. Obama has to give a speech to again try to divide us.
    Obama went so far as to claim that the economy is doing well because of his policies. He cannot accept that Trump turned around the weak Obama economy. If he really believes this, he is delusional.
    Obama said he does not need the Trump tax cuts. Nobody is forcing Obama to take the tax cuts. He can write a check to the IRS for any amount he wishes as a gift in addition to the tax he owes. Who believes he will do this?
    Obama trotted out the same class warfare talking points.
    Obama said Trump is "cozying up" to Putin. Obama and Hillary approved the sale of 20% of our uranium to Putin's Russia, but this isn't "cozying up."
    Obama cannot accept that Trump is dismantling Obama's legacy. Trump canceled the Iran sellout deal, where Obama gave Iran 150 billion dollars, plus billions in cash, and Trump is applying sanctions against Iran. Trump has rejected the Paris Climate Accord, and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which the N.Y. Times called "Obama's Signature Trade Deal."

    Obama knows that Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed as a Supreme Court justice and that Kavanaugh was brilliant in the hearings, making the Dem senators look foolish.

    Unlike Obama, Trump does not apologize for American power. Trump is proud of our country.
    The bottom line is that Obama is angry. He did all he could to defeat Trump and elect Hillary. His corrupt FBI/DOJ whitewashed the Hillary email scandal and used the unverified, Hillary-paid-for Steele dossier to obtain FISA warrants to spy on the Trump campaign, which led to the Mueller investigation. But Obama's efforts failed to elect Hillary.

    Further, a grand jury is investigating Andrew McCabe, the second in command at the Obama FBI.

    Obama knows that this investigation will lead to Comey; his A.G., Lynch; Hillary; and ultimately himself. The major players in the Obama FBI and DOJ will be investigated.
    Obama failed to defeat Trump. He is angry and desperate and will campaign to elect enough Dems in the November election to impeach Trump. Obama's campaigning will have the same success as his campaign to elect Hillary.
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    Obama's bitter sore spot: The Trump economy

    Oh, what a nasty, bitter little man, attempting to take credit for an economy he never understood.

    September 8, 2018

    Obama's bitter sore spot: The Trump economy

    By Monica Showalter

    Back on center stage and partisan as ever, President Obama leaped back into politics Friday with a stemwinder stump speech on behalf of his fellow Democrats, declaring Democrats the fount of all progress, bringing up his favorite hobbyhorses, and, most notably, blasting Trump for his economy...before saying the economy was all his.
    I think we know what Obama's sore spot is now.
    His whole speech shows he has no idea how economies work. According to the Daily Caller citing the speech:
    Obama mentioned the financial crisis at the beginning of his term saying "When I came into office in 2009 we were losing 800,000 jobs a month."
    "Millions of people were losing their homes. Many were worried we were entering into a second Great Depression. So we worked hard to end that crisis but also to break some of these longer-term trends," Obama said, "And initiated the longest streak of job creation on record. We covered another 20 million Americans with health insurance and we cut our deficits by more than half, partly by making sure people like me who have been given such amazing opportunities by this country, pay our fair share of taxes, to help folks coming up behind us."
    "I mention all this just so when you hear how great the economy is doing right now, let's just remember when this recovery started," Obama then said, "I'm glad it's continued but when you hear about this economic miracle that's been going on, when the job numbers come out, monthly job numbers, suddenly Republicans are saying 'It's a miracle.' I have to remind them, actually, those job numbers are the same as they were in 2015 and 2016."
    According to The Hill:
    The former president tore into Trump and the Republicans for offering tax cuts to wealthy Americans, while neglecting the impact that the reduced duties would have on the nation's deficit.
    "With Republicans in control of Congress and the White House, without any checks or balances whatsoever, they've provided another $1.5 trillion in tax cuts to people like me, who I promise don't need it, and don't even pretend to pay for them," Obama said.
    "It's supposed to be the party supposedly of fiscal conservatism," he continued. "Suddenly deficits do not matter."
    Obama also suggested Trump gets too much credit for the soaring economy and that not enough credit is given to his administration by Republicans.
    What makes this whole thing pathetic is that Trump really is governing differently compared with how Obama governed.
    Trump gave us tax cuts, deregulation, and an equalization of international trade terms. Net result: Jobs are up, and black employment is reaching record highs, as is youth, Hispanic, and female employment. Those 3% unemployment numbers are good news for everyone.
    Instead of admitting that and promising to go Trump one better the next time around, Obama described this tired scenario going on, as if it were still 2008:
    For those with unique skills or access to technology and capital, a global market has meant unprecedented wealth. For those not so lucky, for the factory worker, for the office worker, or even middle managers, those same forces may have wiped out your job, or at least put you in no position to ask for a raise. As wages slowed and inequality accelerated, those at the top of the economic pyramid have been able to influence government to skew things even more in their direction: cutting taxes on the wealthiest Americans, unwinding regulations and weakening worker protections, shrinking the safety net. So you have come of age during a time of growing inequality, of fracturing of economic opportunity.
    Poor fella. He still lives in the past.
    Likely that's because, on some level, he can't reconcile what is happening now with his own sorry, sorry economic record.
    Obama failed to consider the economy important at all during his two terms, and as for jobs, well, all we heard was that some politically connected cronies were getting "green jobs." As for industrial private-sector jobs, "those jobs aren't coming back." He was so neglectful of the economy during his eight long years in office that the only logical conclusion one can deduce from it was that he didn't want a good economy.
    Instead of any serious moves on the economy – he didn't even bust the fast-buck bankers who triggered the 2008 meltdown – he focused on a trillion-dollar stimulus, driving up the massive U.S. debt load, which only ended up bailing out failing city government pensions. His economic plan focused on welfare-shoveling for "poverty alleviation," as if redistributed money actually creates wealth. He focused on centrally planned "green jobs" and subsidized unsustainable green energy schemes, leaving the landscape littered with bird Cuisinarts when the cash ran out. He favored bailouts of failing industries such as the auto industry yet also imposed impossible-to-fulfill green mandates on fuel efficiency on these same automakers. He had some cold spots for the coal and oil industries, drawing a rebuke from a federal judge for his illegal ban on drilling (while promising to buy oil instead from Brazil) and only late and desperately claiming credit for the fracking revolution, which came despite, not because of, his administration. He was also all in for imposing occasional aimless punitive tariffs to please Big Labor, and he delayed critical strategic free trade pacts with allies such as Colombia and South Korea. All industries where people work with their hands – whether farms, fisheries, timber, or mines – were his targets. He damaged the workforce by allowing millions of unchecked, unvetted illegal immigrants into the country to drive down wages and bring in opiates, which had a devastating impact on the heartland. As for jobs, the jobs Obama created were government bureaucrat jobs, siccing the regulators onto the producers and padding up the welfare bureaucrats to extend handouts to the non-producers. On his watch, the Washington, D.C. suburbs grew fat and wealthy, while the rest of the country, grotesquely taxed and regulated, as well as demonized as "the rich," fell into shambles.
    Obama during his terms repeatedly dismissed tax cuts, which a Republican Congress put in front of him and he refused to so much as consider. He's still spouting the line that tax cuts all go to the rich, and he claims there is no connection among the Trump tax cuts, the falling black, Hispanic, youth, and female employment rates. And that 4.2% GDP boom, coming up in the second year of President Trump's administration? He says that's his.
    It's such garbage.
    Note also that he still believes the same tired leftist canard that if you cut taxes, you will run deficits because taxpayer behavior never responds to incentives. Investor's Business Daily, which is the expert on these matters, notes that tax receipts went up 9% for the government as the U.S. economy boomed. That's bad news for Obama's beliefs, but hasn't stopped his lies.
    Here's the hard reality: Obama could have had Trump's economy if he had signed on to tax cuts. One wonders if it eats at him that he didn't. Like any Democrat, he thinks tax cuts are a "scam" because he thinks allowing people to control their own money is a bad thing, and all of their moneys are his. Yet the economy is an "it" – it's not a partisan thing. It behaves exactly the same way whether a Republican cuts the taxes or a Democrat cuts the taxes. It simply goes up. Want an economy to improve, cut taxes. This isn't complicated.
    He failed. And President Trump's amazing success, that success that may well propel a red wave come November if voters want to keep things like this has got to eat at him as he feebly insists that the economy is all his.
    This is wretched. What a nasty, bitter little man, trying to take credit for an economy he never understood. What we are seeing here is a big reason why Republican voters must go to the polls in November. Obama's sorry record and miserable self-justification is providing the reason.
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    Obama is proving himself the idiot we thought he was to dare to compare himself or his administration to ... Donald J Trump.
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    8 years of Clinton + 8 years of Bush + 8 years of Barry Sotero = 24 years down the toilet!


    I blame BUSH for this massive illegal alien invasion by taking out Sadaam and his mis-informed WMD's. These barbarians will continue to rape, kill, breed and live in rubble for another 1,000 years! Sadaam kept them in check! Now "Gumby" Bush has brought this to our soil. Merkle is another one who put the nail in the coffin in Europe. This powder keg can all be traced back to Bush!


    We have all this social media now, the "refugees" have cell phones and have tweeted each other along the way. And our STUPID government lets them in!

    Bush's Globalist views of NWO and the destruction of our countries...this WAS the catalyst of this massive illegal migration and it SNOWBALLED from there!

    Clinton listened to Hillary...who do you think was running the country? Not Billy Boy! Sent our jobs overseas, ruined the middle class.

    Look at Libya...HILLARY! Now look at Europe...thank HILLARY for that!

    Then in comes the "community organizer" imposter Barry Sotero...his records sealed by Pelosi...the Manchurian Candidate! 8 year of massive destruction to our country.





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    Obama vs. the Nation

    The latest remarks by this poster child for self-serving hypocrisy and delusion go a long way toward explaining how Obama shrank the Democratic Party by a thousand state, local, and federal legislative seats during his eight years in office.

    September 11, 2018

    By Daniel John Sobieski

    Transference is a psychiatric term for the ability to take your faults and ascribe them to others. In the dictionary next to the definition should be a photo of former President Barack Obama, particularly the section in his September 7 University of Illinois speech where he attacked President Trump for fomenting paranoia and division:
    In a moment reminiscent of Hillary Clinton's outrageous characterization of Trump voters as "deplorable" and "irredeemable," President Obama said: "I have to say this... Over the past few decades, the politics of division and resentment and paranoia has unfortunately found a home in the Republican Party."
    Labeling the 63 million Trump voters as "deplorable" and "irredeemable" didn't work out for Hillary Clinton when she ran a failed presidential campaign against Trump in 2016. Labeling the same voters as divisive, resentful and paranoid will not work for Democrats in the November midterm elections.
    No, it will not, and the remarks by this poster child for self-serving hypocrisy and delusion go a long way toward explaining how Obama shrank the Democratic Party by a thousand state, local, and federal legislative seats during his eight years in office. Once again, to use President Obama's own phrase, he "acted stupidly."
    That was the remark President Obama would fire towards the Cambridge, Massachusetts police who arrested black Harvard professor Harry Louis Gates, Jr. at his home for disorderly conduct:
    President Obama knocked back some cold beer in the Rose Garden with Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. and police Sgt. James Crowley of Cambridge, Mass., the two men at the heart last week of a heated debate over race in America[.] ...
    The dispute began July 16 when Crowley, while investigating a report of a potential burglary at Gates' house, arrested the agitated professor on a charge of disorderly conduct. Gates, who is black, accused the white sergeant of racial profiling. The disorderly conduct charge was dropped – but the dispute exploded into a national debate, particularly after Obama said the police had "acted stupidly" in arresting Gates.
    Remember Obama's beer summit, held to talk about how the Cambridge Police acted against the offended black professor Gates? And then, afterward, who helped Gates down the steps? The "racist cop," of course. Obama couldn't be bothered to make sure his friend got down the steps.
    From Ferguson to Baltimore and beyond, President Obama's words aiding and abetting the war on cops and inciting racial division have been the equivalent of yelling "fire" in a crowded theater. He has encouraged a false narrative of racist cops and racist police departments whose officers are guilty until proven innocent, or buried, whichever comes first. Never mind that in both Baltimore and Ferguson, the cops accused of racism and murder were found guilty of neither.
    It was Ferguson, Missouri, where President Obama's Justice Department sent forty FBI agents to prove that Officer Darren Wilson was a racist murder of an innocent black teen. He made the race-baiting Al Sharpton, who helped create the myth of "hands up, don't shoot," a key adviser on race matters and Ferguson.
    In December 2014, President Obama stoked the fires of animus against cops when he said on BET that police were judging blacks, not on the content of their character, but on the color of their skin:
    President Barack Obama made an appearance on Black Entertainment Television (BET) Monday to reach out to black Americans and discuss calls for criminal justice reform after two grand jury decisions cleared white police officers in the deaths of two black men. The president has to carefully express his concern for the safety of African-Americans while not undermining the law enforcement community. President Obama suggested that the issue of police vs. minorities is deeply rooted in American culture and is the result of police having a "subconscious fear of folks who look different."
    That is a common theme for the divisive Obama, one he now applies to illegal immigration and border reform, saying those who don't like illegal aliens entering the U.S. to murder our children, like Kate Steinle and Mollie Tibbetts, or oppose sanctuary cities that harbor illegal alien criminals or believe that the rape, torture, and murder gang known as MS-13 aren't here seeking a better life, are racists.
    The alleged fear by conservatives of others not like them was a key part of the famous "bitter clingers" remark made during the 2008 campaign:
    Barack Obama had not yet locked up the nomination for his party when he revealed his true feelings about gun owners to attendees of a private fund raiser in San Francisco last April:
    You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's replaced them. And they fell through the Clinton administration, and the Bush administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not. And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.
    In Obama's world, Islam is a religion of tolerance – not so much of Christians, also maligned as "bitter clingers." He took a shot at Christians when he said at an Easter prayer breakfast that "I have to say that, sometimes when I listen to other less-than-loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned." Not so concerned was he by the mass beheading of Coptic Christians on a Libyan beach by the Islamic State.
    Obama once lectured Christians to "get off their high horse" as they pronounced their teachings to the faithful:
    During remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast, President Barack Obama said that all religions had grappled with radical elements attempting to co-opt its spiritual messages, a rebuke to those who want him to more forcefully condemn what they consider a violent extremism inherent in Islam[.] ...
    "Humanity has been grappling with these questions throughout history," Obama continued, "and lest we get up on our high horse and think that this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ."
    Obama also named slavery and Jim Crow as examples in America, along with religious intolerance "that would have shocked Gandhi" in India.
    Religious intolerance? Physician, heal thyself. Jesus preached peace long before the prophet Muhammad mounted a horse, grabbed his sword, and began beheading infidels on his way to Mecca. As for the Crusades, they came after and in response to centuries of Islamic conquest and aggressive war against the infidels of the Christian West. As Princeton scholar and Islamic expert Bernard Lewis explains, "The Crusade was a delayed response to the jihad, the holy war for Islam, and its purpose was to recover by war what had been lost by war – to free the holy places of Christendom and open them once again, without impediment, to Christian pilgrimage." According to St. Louis University and Crusade scholar Thomas Madden, "[a]ll the Crusades met the criteria of just wars."
    Slavery was an institution supported by Democrats in the South. Jim Crow laws were written by Democrats. Evils may have been committed in the name of Christ, but not at the urging of Christ, who preached peace and love and mercy to one's enemies.
    It is Barack Hussein Obama who divided America and incited paranoia, attacking, cops, Christians, and clingers, just to name a few.
    Daniel John Sobieski is a freelance writer whose pieces have appeared in Investor's Business Daily, Human Events, Reason Magazine and the Chicago Sun-Times among other publications.

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    It's so funny when you think about it that a guy who didn't know anything about anything, least of all business and economics is upset he was outdone by a BUSINESSMAN!!

    Oh whimper Weak Obama, whimper away, go lick your wounds, and then work on your library or .... hey, get a real job and learn what everyone else is talking about!!
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