Friday, February 5, 2010


Speaking at the annual National Prayer breakfast yesterday, and fresh on the heels of the personal rebuke handed to him by Scott Brown's populist victory; Obama stated " there is a sense that something is different now, that something is broken, that those of us in Washington aren't serving people as well as we should."
Really! Who knew?
Obama moved into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue campaigning  precisely on this theme.  Obama's failure to deliver on this campaign promise is due to his ineptitude, indecisiveness and desperation.  To imply that this is a new epiphany, rather than arrogant incompetence, is a gross underestimation of the American people.

O man then pulled another card out of his victim deck when he declared: "you can question my policies without questioning my faith or citizenship".
Really?  Then why not actually join a church and produce a birth certificate instead of spending big bucks to hide it.  Very simple solutions to such insincere protestations.  He reminds me of the child who killed both of his parents and then pleaded for judicial leniency based on the fact he was now an orphan.
Apparently Obama likes to promote the controversy of his birth and faith so as to distract the people from the real issues of import and marginalize scrutiny of his "leadership skills".

Finally, not to miss an opportunity to blame Bush for something, Obama also said that his office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships had  " turned the faith-based initiative around" from it's previous incarceration under the Bush administration to "find common ground among people of all beliefs."
We can all agree that Bush made some poor decisions during his tenure as POTUS; but  certainly no one can reasonably criticize his personal commitment to Jesus Christ or his sincere respect for the legitimate faith of others. 

 This blatant hypocrisy is falling on deaf ears--even among his staunchest supporters outside the African-American community.......the dress rehearsal is over, Mr. President!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Are we now required to be a Christian caliphate? Is that what you are looking for?

Your comments on the HCJ Center were well done. You regurgitation of Fox news is not. I am disappointed.