May 17, 2012

A work of fiction...

Charlene recommends: Part One — The Fiction and Non-Fiction of Obama, by Glenn Beck:

...With this in mind, Glenn Beck dedicated his Thursday evening broadcast to reviewing the staggering array of inconsistencies, embellishments and “manufactured lies” perpetuated by the president over the course of his political career.

“His life is complete fiction,” Beck said. Let’s review the non-fiction version before we go any further:...

Me, I don't think Obama actually exists. He's a sort of golem or shadow thrown up by the unconscious wish fulfillment needs of the nihilist left. One of these days he'll just go "Poof," and vanish and leave everyone scratching their heads and wondering if he was really here at all...

Posted by John Weidner at May 17, 2012 11:11 PM

I heard some speculation the other day that the reason Obama won't release his college records isn't because the grades are embarrassing. The reason he wants to keep them buried is other information about his claimed background, especially citizenship.
All of this is pure speculation, of course. But if he loses the election this fall, I think we may come to learn a lot more about Mr. Obama's past.
Ironic, isn't it? Bill Clinton is powerful enough and popular enough within the Democrat party that he can tell the truth about Mr. Obama.
That must make Obama nervous.

Posted by: Terry at May 18, 2012 6:15 AM

On the contrary, I don't think we'll ever learn most of Obama's history. If he's re-elected, he'll have the pull to suppress it. Once he's out of office, who cares? Unlike the Modern American Left, modern day conservatism isn't very vindictive and (ironically) far more forward looking. Obama will be rapidly forgotten as a person when he's an ex-President, just like Carter or even Clinton. Unless either of them are involving themselves directly in current politics, they're effectively historical figures.

Posted by: Annoying Old Guy at May 18, 2012 8:34 AM

But I was thinking of the Democrats, AOG. If Obama loses this Fall, it'll be payback-time from the Hillary boosters of 2008. If Obama doesn't win, Bill and Hillary are back in the driver seat of the Democrat party.

Posted by: Terry at May 18, 2012 9:34 AM

That's certainly more plausible, and the Clintons have the vindictiveness and viciousness to do it, but would they? A loss to Romney would destroy Obama's political career in any case and the Clintons tend to be smarter than to execute dead horses. More than that, based on what I am seeing of Hillary Clinton these days I am convinced she's decided to get out of politics entirely. OTOH, if that's so, that might actually be a better scenario for the Clintons to torture Obama - nothing to lose, plenty of vengeance to serve cold.

Posted by: Annoying Old Guy at May 18, 2012 10:38 AM

That would be my guess AOG. Obama kneecaped Hillary with the "Reset button" knife in the back, and and the endless Foreign policy "Czars". It seems to be the first time she has received the "realpolitik" that the Clinton's are justly famous for, and it seems that she has quit the game. But Bill seems to have a perverse affection for her, and he still burns with anger over being called a racist by Obama. I can see him getting the boot in.....

Posted by: Robert Mitchell Jr. at May 19, 2012 10:54 AM
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