December 30, 2012

If it wasn’t “O”, it might be called unbelievable

However, it is, so it isn’t.

This one’s pretty self explanatory, as it were.

Now the kommie in U.S. president’s clothing is bribing Congress with our tax money in order to get them to vote his way.

Not only is that immoral, it’s also outrageous that he’s authorizing a pay increase to a government that’s doing nothing but failing the people who pay their salaries to begin with.

What’s next!?

by @ 11:41 am. Filed under The President
Trackback URL for this post:

4 Responses to “If it wasn’t “O”, it might be called unbelievable”

  1. The Gray Monk Says:

    Well known, and well developed tactic - keep the troughers happy and they’ll do as they’re told.

    I wonder if he’s been told about the current exodus of rich Frenchmen and women to the UK and other European states since that nice “socialist” President Hollande upped their taxes to 75% …

  2. Mrs Wolf Says:

    Gray Monk

    It’s been a very strong belief in conservative circles here that president Obama has an ingrown hatred for the American system as it has existed since the late 1700s and wants to change it at all costs through redistribution of wealth and central government control over the states.

    Nearly everything he does, from his policy statements to a large collection of unprecedented “executive orders” and the appointment of “czars” whose job seems to be to make end runs around Congress with his far left policies seem to bear that up.

    I don’t think he’ll be happy until the United States, or what is left of it, lies, irreparably, in economic ruin. :-(

  3. The Gray Monk Says:

    When it does lie in ruins, it will still, somehow, be the fault of you nasty right-wingers …

  4. Mrs Wolf Says:

    Gray Monk

    Of course!

    Look at the relief bill for Hurricane Sandy they’re fighting over as we speak: Obama’s got it filled with all that pork having nothing to do with Sandy damage, much of it in regions far from any touched by the hurricane and earmarked for recipients on the Democrats’ “favors” list.

    The Republicans want the pork removed, so the left’s definition is that the GOP is against any hurricane relief.

    The Republicans claim thy wantto scale back the inflated bureaucratic cost of administering welfare, so they’re against welfare, etc.

    Obama’s still blaming Bush for th messed up economy…