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Story Time in Obamerica
One would think that answering such a question would take the rest of the interview hour, and continue well on into the night and spill over into the next day.
But the president was not so concerned about his decision to prevent GM from renegotiating their business-crushing union contracts…
Or his decision to ram his healthcare bill down the country’s throat, regardless of the ungodly tax burden that it will put on working Americans…
Or cancelling the jobs-creating XL Pipeline project…
Or his unconstitutional decision to by-pass Congress and give amnesty to illegal aliens less than 30 years of age.
He certainly is not regretting his administration’s television commercials urging more Americans to apply for food stamps in the new Plantation Nation…(“Massa-Obama” has a nice ring to it, don’t you think?)
And his decision to raise regulations, restrictions, and taxes on small business owners? No; no regrets there, either.
So just what does the president regret as his biggest mistake in his first—and hopefully only--term? He simply and calmly said that he didn’t “tell a good enough story the American people.”
Really? That’s it? No regrets about the massive debt he’s put us in—more than all the previous presidents in US history combined--or the perstistently high level of unemployment and underemployment in the country?
How about falling incomes or bankrupt cities?
Oh, no; his big regret, if you can stomach it, is a lack of effective story telling.
Let’s put aside the president’s despicable condescension for a moment, and let’s also try to see past his bloated ego and ignore his gross and obvious ignorance of economics…
And address his answer. Is all that the US economy has needed-but-lacked is for this tyrannical idiot we have in the White House, to tell us a good ‘story’? Newsflash to the Community Organizer: The American people don’t need to be told a ‘story’, you’ve been telling one story after another, since 2007.
The real ‘hope and change’
It has been his policy to infantilize the electorate by making everyone in America hopeful on, and dependent upon…him. Talk about a personality cult…
His administration’s goal has been to change our identity as Americans…
To have us believing that were it not for his presidency, things in the country would be much worse, and that we need to rely upon him and his neo-fascist plans for the country to get anything accomplished.
Ah, but what am I saying?
Of course it’s true; nothing really ever got done in this country without the heavy hand of big brother telling us what to do, when to do it, and how to do it, and taxing the hell out of us each and every year.
Thank God Almighty that we’ve got the guidance of the president to tell us how to start a business, how to create something from nothing, how to live as Americans…
How stupid and backward of us all. We’ve been doing it all wrong for the past 200-plus years.
We needed a Harvard and Columbia educated man with no academic record, whom no one remembers being there, born of dubious parentage and with an sketchy provenance, with a scarce and thin two-year record in the US Senate of absolutely zero accomplishment, who has spent his life benefitting from the sweat of others’ labor and federal handouts, to show us the right way to do things in America…
And what is his biggest mistake? He didn’t tell us a story.
Apparently, we, as Americans, need a fable to hold onto, a ‘narrative’ to grasp tough concepts, a fairy tale to make us feel all better…because we’re children, and he’s the president….
But like the current economic recovery we’re not enjoying, the man’s entire life is a fairy tale…unbelievable, unsubstantiated, and untrue.
And so far, other than his ascension to the highest office in the land, there are no happy endings…only economic disasters everywhere you look. No ‘story’ will change that fact.
Let ‘someone else’ start your business
And speaking of facts, if you own a business or are hoping to start one, not to worry, it won’t be you taking the risk, working the long hours, investing the money, hustling for business 7-days a week, struggling to make a profit, making the payroll, all while trying to keep the family together…
It will be “someone else” doing all of that.
Yes, it’s true. In a stump speech on Saturday, the President, speaking from all his wisdom and experience as a business owner, job creator, and expert in the ways of a capitalist economy, informed small business owners of America that “if you’ve got a business, you didn’t do that; someone else did.”
That’s right; you are not responsible for your own success; “someone else” is. And who is that someone?
Well, the president doesn’t want to brag too much in one weekend; like the wealth in this country, he’s got to spread his boasting around throughout the week.
But the bottom line is, if you’re a successful business owner, it wasn’t you who did it, so don’t you dare feel proud of yourself or harbor any illusions of self-worth, self-sufficiency, or individuality. You got to where you are by the grace of “someone else.”
So you successful or wannabe successful entrepreneurs can just shut the hell up and get in line for the adoration his “someone-elseness” in the White House.
Do you see the true color of this man? It isn’t that he’s half black and half white that’s important. The cruel reality--not story, unfortunately--is the dismal and utterly un-American fact that he’s 100% red and that his policies are killing this economy.
If you were thinking of starting of a business, my best advice, and the president’s, by the way, would be to let “someone” else do it. And why shouldn’t you, it’s much less stressful. Besides, in the meantime, you’ve got food stamps to cash, right?
And those are…The Gorrie Details.