Bam Bam Obama
If you just finished watching the President’s speech at the Democratic Caucus retreat, I don’t know what the first thought that came to your mind was but what came to mine is that there is no decorum left in the Whitehouse. With most of the Nation watching, President Obama was anything but Presidential. Let’s tick off the list of bad jokes and groups that he degraded:
- President Obama joked that Rahm Emanuel is providing community service by teaching young children to curse. President Obama this really isn’t that funny and certainly is not Presidential.
- President Obama made sure to take yet another shot at Sarah Palin by mentioning that Alaska was the only state that he didn’t visit while campaigning. Sorry, Mr. President but do you still have a little fear of Governor Palin and what she might mean to you in the future?
- He made light of the trillion dollar spending in the supposed “Stimulus Package” by saying how else do you stimulate an economy but spend (quite a bit of sarcasm he used while making this point). Let’s spell that out, should we, it’s this many dollars $1,000,000,000,000.00. I’m sorry Mr. President, but a trillion dollars is a massive amount of money. The part that you don’t seem to understand is that stimulating the economy does not require some big massive liberal orgasmic spending spree.
- And then always the jerk, President Obama had to take another swipe at President Bush and claim the failed policies of Republicans and their ideas are the reason for the economic crisis. President Obama, it would be wonderful if you actually understood economics and what caused this recession.
The overall tone of this entire speech was negative and snarky. With a serious recession in the country, the last thing we need is the President of the United States looking un-Presidential and speaking in such negative terms. Leaders, true leaders, lead with decorum, with grace, with ideas, with positive attitudes and with character. Obama is no leader. He’s like Bam Bam, a child, where he has to bang his club on the ground to get attention. But I didn’t expect anything different from this President because I actually paid attention to what he was saying and who he is during the campaign. Grow up Mr. President and act Presidential.