Obama Always Takes the Credit
May 5, 2011
I want to like everybody. No, I want to love everybody. I want to respond to the Christian injunction to “love thy neighbor as thyself.” Above all, I command myself to be honest even though most people are not. So, following my own orders to be honest above all else, I must tell you that most people are not worthy of anyone’s love. I don’t care what profession I investigate, I find mendacious behavior.
For example, take the profession of dentistry. Unfortunately most of us need the services of a dental practitioner from time to time. If you are lucky you get one who is capable and maybe if you are really lucky he is honest. There was a time when, if you had to go to a dentist, you only had to go to one. Now, if you live in the meretricious state of New Jersey you have to go to many different practitioners to have the necessary work completed. Suffice it to say that most dentists are conniving, unscrupulous devious money grabbers. But, there is nothing I can do to give the people a break.
On another more important matter, why are we allowing this pretender in the White House to get away with the charade he is conducting? Is he really the hero who brought down Osama bin Laden? Why did he go to ground zero? What did he have to do with anything? If it were up to him during the 2008 presidential campaign, we would never engage in heavy interrogation of al-Qaida personnel. He said the first thing he was going to do was to close Guantanamo. He said he wanted to try the five al-Qaida big shots in Manhattan. The fact of the matter is that he said so many things that most Americans have forgotten his remarks.
It breaks my heart to think Barack the boastful is reaping the benefits of what others have done. And what about the huge amount of taxpayer dollars Obama spends on teleprompter coaching and an army of speech writers? Reportedly we are paying $100,000 just so his speeches go more smoothly. Add that figure on to the more than half a million dollars paid out to his bevy of seven speech writers.
Let us hope and pray that whoever the Republican nominee is, that person will conduct a hard-hitting and winning campaign. I don’t want Barack the boastful for another four years, do you?