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September 09, 2011

The Speech That Broke The Patience of the Country

LOL well done video hahahha........Obama uses variation of phrase ‘pass this bill’ 17 times in speech


The Speech That Broke The Patience of the Country?


Obama’s speech on Thursday night bordered on parody. His repetition of long-overused talking points combined with his repeated attacks on job creators and his incessant demand to “pass it right now” produced a mixture of arrogance and absurdity so transparently political that it lacked any capacity to cause political movement or to change anyone’s opinion on any issue.

Guy Benson, the political director here at, tweeted “That was a shallow, callow campaign speech masquerading as something important. Truly awful.” That tweet was retweeted by friends and strangers across the county again and again as it so completely and accurately summed up the president’s remarks as to need no improvement or additional commentary.


Wild Thing's comment......

What bill ??There is only a stupid horrible speech.

We were laughing at this, I started to count and then lost count as I was watching Boehner and thinking I just know he would rather be watching the football game.

Don't you just love how the democrats nake their bills? hahaha......lets pass the "Truth in Naming Acts- Act"! Wouldn't that be a frickin hoot? How does the "We Nationalized the American Health Care System Act sound? Not to your liking? How about the "If You Just Had a Heart Attack, We'll be with You Before You Know it Act? And the list goes on . . .

Posted by Wild Thing at September 9, 2011 04:55 AM


Never in our lifetime have we had a president so created by mere speeches, without a qualified record of experienced accomplishment, and with such an unchallenging, compliant and supportive press corps so derelict in its duty to our republic.

This President thinks he has an unlimited capacity to create or rescue himself with his ineffectual oratory so lacking in actual leadership or being results oriented.

Just as the calamity of his economic policies have debased our coin of the realm, his oratory has now fully debased the currency of his presidential authority and presence.

His repeated requests for Americans to sacrifice will fall on deaf ears.

Leaving an American populace poorer, without work, and more dependent on government hand outs, a citizenry more divided with his rhetoric inciting class envy, a government ever more burdened with the drag of surmounting public debt, and a watchful world so dismayed in disarray and strained alliances, he will go out listless, and his voice will fade silent as T.S. Eliot wrote with but a mere whimper.

Posted by: Carlos at September 9, 2011 06:08 AM

Sounds like his teleprompter got stuck.

Posted by: TomR, armed in Texas at September 9, 2011 12:42 PM

hah, great comments....stuck and on stupid!

Posted by: jan at September 9, 2011 06:30 PM

Carlos, thank you and thanks for the link to the animated cartoon, that was great.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 9, 2011 06:38 PM

Tom, LOL yes it does.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 9, 2011 06:41 PM

Jan, exactly he sure is.

Posted by: Wild Thing at September 9, 2011 06:41 PM