March 31, 2012

Peggy Noonan: BO Not So Rare and True…

Filed under: Activism,Economy,Scams,Taxes & Government — Rose @ 9:45 am

For some reason, this sent me over the edge today.  Just when I thought Obamican Peggy Noonan couldn’t make herself anymore irrelevant, she proves me wrong again (HT: Emailer).

Reading her piece in the Wall Street Journal was like suffering under the Crutiatus Curse

“Something’s happening to President Obama’s relationship with those who are inclined not to like his policies. They are now inclined not to like him. His supporters would say, “Nothing new there,” but actually I think there is. I’m referring to the broad, stable, nonradical, non-birther right. Among them the level of dislike for the president has ratcheted up sharply the past few months.”

Soooo…anyone who disliked Mr. Obama from the get-go is a narrow, unstable, radical birther?

How about this: Any dolt who did NOT see this blatant socialist for who and what he is from the get-go, should have had their voting privileges revoked on November 5, 2008.  But I digress…

“…The shift started on Jan. 20, with the mandate that agencies of the Catholic Church would have to provide services the church finds morally repugnant. The public reaction? “You’re kidding me. That’s not just bad judgment and a lack of civic tact, it’s not even constitutional!” Faced with the blowback, the president offered a so-called accommodation that even its supporters recognized as devious. Not ill-advised, devious. Then his operatives flooded the airwaves with dishonest—not wrongheaded, dishonest—charges that those who defend the church’s religious liberties are trying to take away your contraceptives.

What a sour taste this all left. How shocking it was, including for those in the church who’d been in touch with the administration and were murmuring about having been misled.

Events of just the past 10 days have contributed to the shift. There was the open-mic conversation with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in which Mr. Obama pleaded for “space” and said he will have “more flexibility” in his negotiations once the election is over and those pesky voters have done their thing. On tape it looked so bush-league, so faux-sophisticated. When he knew he’d been caught, the president tried to laugh it off by comically covering a mic in a following meeting. It was all so . . . creepy.”

Indeed, I am soooo shocked (/sarc) that anyone affiliated with this god among men would be…creepy or misleading!  With all due respect, genuine, faithful Catholics were not hoodwinked by this clown anymore than the non-Jimmy Carter-esque Protestants…

“…From the day Mr. Obama was sworn in, what was on the mind of the American people was financial calamity—unemployment, declining home values, foreclosures. These issues came within a context of some overarching questions: Can America survive its spending, its taxing, its regulating, is America over, can we turn it around?

That’s what the American people were thinking about.”

Um, no sweetie, most of us were thinking two things: 1) “How can we prevent this rabid socialist & his Communist handlers from destroying the republic?” and 2) “When did Peggy Noonan lose her ever-loving mind?”

“…And so the relationship the president wanted never really knitted together. Health care was like the birth-control mandate: It came from his hermetically sealed inner circle, which operates with what seems an almost entirely abstract sense of America. They know Chicago, the machine, the ethnic realities. They know Democratic Party politics. They know the books they’ve read, largely written by people like them—bright, credentialed, intellectually cloistered. But there always seems a lack of lived experience among them, which is why they were so surprised by the town hall uprisings of August 2009 and the 2010 midterm elections.”

Well THAT explains things!  Alas, I have judged poor Saul, Jeremiah, Rahm, Bill Ayers and Van Jones unfairly & owe all well-intended Communists everywhere an apology.  Obviously your lack of real-life experience has caused you to be misunderstood.  Shame on all of us liberty-lovers for not being ”broad, stable, nonradical, and non-birther ” enough to love you properly. (/sarc).

“…An American president has to make cooperation happen.

But we’ve strayed from the point. Mr. Obama has a largely nonexistent relationship with many, and a worsening relationship with some.

Really, he cannot win the coming election. But the Republicans, still, can lose it. At this point in the column we usually sigh.”

Oh I’m sighing alright, but not for the reasons you so sanctimoniously suggest, rather because I can’t imagine how anyone as clueless as you have proven yourself to be, continues to enjoy any elevated forum in thinking society (though admittedly it would be fun to visit your world for just a spell).

By the way, who are “we” in that last sentence?  The dems, the other Obamicans and/or the Republican establishment?  Because “we” here in the critical thinking world – which may or may not include a few of those “narrow, unstable, radical birthers you love to hate –  were not surprised in the least that your beloved Obama turned out to be so “dishonest and devious.”

You see Peggy, there really are socialists & communists out there; dishonest, devious and deceitful enough to destroy our republic, as has been their intent for ages…and no we can’t all just get along  because light, my famously fleeced friend, can have no fellowship with darkness.

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