Tuesday, September 07, 2010

The Most PROFOUND Victims Of The Obama Hoax?

Young African-Americans Who Flocked To His Banner Only To See Their Employment Chances Disappear Due To The Dreaded Obamanomics That Has All But Paralyzed The Nation...
The Fourth Great Awakening in American history continues to expand among those who drank the Obama Campaign Kool-Aid. Statistically, the most zealous believers in hope and change are the most profound victims of the Obama Hoax -- poor, young, unemployed blacks.

"A sense of disappointment, bordering on betrayal, has been growing across the country, especially in moderate states like Indiana, where people now openly say they didn't quite understand the President they voted for in 2008." TIME magazine, "How Barack Obama Became Mr. Unpopular."
 - Michael Scherer, September 3, 2010

TIME magazine shilled for Senator Obama during the election campaign. Displaying near-religious fervor, the cover of TIME was a repetitive hymn for Obama the Candidate. But now, a TIME writer reports on a widespread national "sense of disappointment" with Obama the President. 

TIME wasn't alone in mixing the Obama Kool-Aid for public consumption.

On September 4, 2008, former New York Governor Mario Cuomo, a guest on "CNN's Larry King Live" show, called Candidate Obama "a new kind of intelligence."

He's a new kind of intelligence. He's young and bright. He has a different attitude toward the world, a more cosmopolitan attitude. He's all the things we need. Most of all, those 80 percent of American people are right. We need change.

On Sunday, October 19, 2008, retired General Colin Powell, as a guest on "NBC's Meet the Press," endorsed Candidate Obama, calling him a "transformational figure" who would "electrify the world."

And I come to the conclusion that because of his ability to inspire, because of the inclusive nature of his campaign, because he is reaching out all across America, because of who he is and his rhetorical abilities -- and you have to take that into account -- as well as his substance -- he has both style and substance, he has met the standard of being a successful president, being an exceptional president.

Today, the only Cuomo in the news is Mario's son, Andrew, a candidate for the Governorship of New York now that the current black governor has been forced to the sidelines. And today, Colin Powell's name shows up on the playbill for a motivational speakers' troupe that features former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani, the man who ran the most bizarre presidential campaign in recent American political history.

The consequences to Cuomo and Powell for helping mix the Kool-Aid for the Obama Hoax are...none.    

As for those whom White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs called the "professional left," they, too, are suffering through their own Great Awakening. They expected an even more spirited push toward a comprehensive socialistic agenda. But they'll survive. They may even flourish if Hillary challenges Barack for the 2012 nomination and gives them a new champion to satisfy their thirst for more big-government Kool-Aid.

The professional and semi-professional pols, the professional Left, the journalists who shamelessly shilled for the first post-partisan, post-racial candidate...all their lives go on pretty much as before. They rock 'n' roll on. The Obama Hoax hasn't been cruel to them. For some, it's been their life's blood. Their raison d'ĂȘtre. They're not victims of the Hoax; they were among its enablers. And now some are pretending to be its impartial revealers. But that won't play.

The most profound victims are poor, young, unemployed blacks who want jobs. They're suffering the most from Obama's economic policies, designed more to disembowel the U.S. economy than restore it. They got change, but not the hope they believed went with it."
An you know the worst thing of all?
Blacks are STILL behind Barry to the tune of an 80% approval rating.

What does he have to do for these folk to wake the hell up?

Reintroduce slavery? Wait. Come to think of it, maybe that's what he has in mind.

Oh and not for nothing, but was I sure wrong about Colin Powell. What a douche.

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