Monday, March 21, 2011

Arrogant much, Barack?

Our Dear Leader was talking the other day to some of the Democrat party faithful. While he has to know that his soaring, yet empty, rhetoric no longer dazzles the disgruntled independents out there who voted for him but now wish they hadn't, he apparently still thinks (and probably rightly so) that he can charm the true believers out there.

In an attempt to keep up the spirits of his audience, and get them jazzed for next year's campaign, here is what Obama had to say:
“The first time around it’s like lightning in a bottle. There’s something special about it, because you’re defying the odds. And as time passes, you start taking it for granted that a guy named Barack Hussein Obama is president of the United States,” Obama said. “But we should never take it for granted.”

“I hope that all of you still feel that sense of excitement and that sense of possibility, because we still have so much more to do.”
Is this guy for real? Unfortunately, there are still two groups out there who still eat out of this guy's hand: the true statist faithful, and over 9 out of 10 black Americans. These are the two groups of people who would read that quote and say, "Yeah, so?"

As for the rest of America, we can only shake our heads and wait for November 2012.

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free... it expects what never was, and never will be." -Thomas Jefferson

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