You’ll notice something about this blog that can be controversial to some people, but it’s where my stance is on things: I refuse to bash President Obama. Got sick and tired of it long before he was inaugurated. I’m especially nauseated toward the birthers who claim that he’s constitutionally disqualified for the office in spite of Hawaii posting the birth certificate to everyone.
You’ll see me bash Nancy Pilosi and Harry Reed all day. Consider Acorn and SCIU the modern day equivalent of a goose stepping brown shirted mob—especially with how they’re starting to shove concerned citizens exercising their free speech rights away from the Town Halls. I can talk about issues all day with some people—and just don’t mention Hillary to me, she makes me want to puke—but I will always make an effort to show the President in a good light. He might even have a cameo in BAM 01 just to piss people off.
My reasons why are two fold, the first one is more obvious. After twenty—yes, twenty—years of nothing but wide scale Bush and Clinton bashing, I have learned to turn a deaf ear on anybody crapping on any current president. I just couldn’t look at the president anymore and feel a sense of pride for the man. Or anyone wanting to get to that office. I want to look at the president—or in that matter America in general—and not be filled with an urge to chuck up my dinner. That’s why I refuse to join in on the smearing of Barack. (Also unspoken is the fact that, being someone who’s, ahem, well known in the ‘chans, I know what it’s like to be treated like Bush, and it ain’t pretty.)
The second reason is where Truthiness lies. I grant you, Barack may be a progressive and I won’t agree with him on every topic. He might even be considered misguided in some areas, but I believe that he is trying to do what he thinks is best for the country, and at times he shows that he’s actually doing the right thing. For any proof in this, I merely point to articles like this:
If Barack was truly an leftist ideologue, he would have personally put those detainee Abuse Photos out on the public for all to see, and let the soldiers fighting for us be damned. He could have even pull a John “The Baby Killer” Kerry and claim that all of the Iraqi War soldiers were like that, creating a new batch of broken veterans and ensuring that there’s no money in the world that could bring anyone to join the services, much like what I felt about how they treated the armed forces after Vietnam. But Barack refused to do that. He making his wishes known that he wants those photos secured, and if he had what I think is his way, he’d want them shredded. That tells me something.
Barack is doing what he thinks is the right thing. And in fact, I agree, in this topic, he is doing the right thing.
He might know more about organizing communities than changing regimes, but he has a good decent grasp at what is right or wrong, and seeing those photos on the front page of, say, the New York Times—a company where every employee would no doubt fap over seeing those photos on the front page, and I mean, they’d literally unzip their flies and pleasure themselves over the printed copies. Right where they’re standing too. In public, if you will. I wish I was kidding—would be just plain wrong. Both the photos and the fapping.
(I will never make it in talk radio.)
You ask me, I think Barack would be better served by a more balanced congress than the one he has now. This current congress is being run into the ground by Nanci Pilosi and Harry Reed, two progressive ideologues who are completely out of control, and are leading the president in ways that not only are not liked by the general public—who are as I posted earlier being flat out ignored and discounted by the elitist leaders in Washington—but could give some people bad images of America’s past.
You should really concern yourself with what will go on with the midterm election, especially with your senators and representatives. Congress is out of control and it’s imperative that we should dismiss these current members out and put in people who will think with cooler heads, read the bills they vote on, and think of the people who vote them in as little more than peasants who can’t even take a dump by themselves but still are required to vote for them.