Beaten Obama turns his back on the world

Posted by on Mar 19, 2014 at 8:34 am

The words came out of my mouth before I could stop them. “I feel sorry for Obama,” I said. As my wife looked at me in disbelief, I quickly added a correction. “Well, almost.”

Beset by failures at home and abroad, the president cuts a lonely and sad figure these days. His aura of grief reflects his profound loss.

His worldview crashed headlong into reality, and reality won. Obamaism is dead, may it rest in peace.

That’s sad for him, but hold the tears — his loss is mankind’s hope. If Obama wakes from his utopian visions and faces the truth, there is a fighting chance to reverse America’s slide and keep the peace.

But first, he must come to grips with the historic dimensions of what has happened, and I’m not sure he’s capable of it. The signs aren’t encouraging.

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5 Responses to “Beaten Obama turns his back on the world”

  1. KenH on 19/19/14 at 9:39 am

    Wise up?

    Comrade Thin Skin? The biggest diseased narcissist on the planet?

    Not gonna happen. All you will get from this drooling fuckwit is how everyone os being mean to him. His only concern is planning his next man-date with Reggie and getting his NCAA slots in

  2. davidt on 19/19/14 at 1:24 pm

    The first genuinely Anti-USA President of the USA, and you can be certain he isn’t finished attacking and damaging the USA yet.

  3. jack on 19/19/14 at 5:13 pm

    the only people Obama wants to go to war with are the American people who work in the private sector.

  4. World's Tiniest Violin on 24/24/14 at 3:33 pm

    Awww…I feel so sorry for the lightworker and his golden Midas touch. Here I will play Misty for the One.

  5. burt on 25/25/14 at 10:40 am

    You folks forget Jimmy Carter. To quote him, “The Greatest man I ever met was Roger Nash Baldwin.” The life time communist who founded the ACLU and fought it his entire life.