Hope And Change Finally Takes Shape

Obama’s vision of hope and change has come to America

  1. Everyone spies on everyone else
  2. Government spies on everyone 24×7
  3. The only choice you are allowed to make is an abortion
  4. Pitting racial groups agaunst each other
  5. $17 trillion in debt
  6. The whole world angry at us
  7. Sending guns to Mexican drug lords and middle eastern terrorists
  8. Disarming law abiding Americans
  9. Shredding the Bill of Rights
  10. Massively armed White House paramilitary
  11. More people on the government dole than working
  12. Promoting gay marriage – which he opposed during the election
  13. Wreck the health care system
  14. Wreck the energy infrastructure
  15. Social chaos

And most importantly – control sea level and the planet’s temperature

47% of Americans think this is awesome.

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23 Responses to Hope And Change Finally Takes Shape

  1. RickD says:

    Yup, pretty much….

  2. Dave says:

    The criticism of Obama is well justified but people need to be aware that many republicans including G W Bush are almost as bad and have enabled and promoted many of the same programs. They are fake conservatives that in reality support large and intrusive government.

  3. Traitor In Chief says:

    Belize has banking privacy and an easy to obtain Residency program. It would be preferable to save America, but it may not be possible.

  4. Robertv says:

    ‘Starts WW III’ (officially) is still missing on your list.

  5. F. Guimaraes says:

    Gay marriage is not a problem, people have the right to be happy.

    • Lying to get elected is a problem.

    • I. Lou Minotti says:

      If a shit-covered dick makes you happy, have at it. Just don’t force it on the rest of us by appealing to your highest god–the government.

    • David says:

      Their are many social studies which demonstrate that the happiest most succesful children come from a marriage between a man and a woman. Their are genuine differences between men and women, and the postive aspects of both work together to produce the most well balance children and famlies. The debate is about what kind of family society wants to support. ( Only an idiot would say that these studies claim all children from marriges between a man and a woman are better for children then all marriages between homosexual people) The studies do not show that, but they do show on balance this to be true. Not to mention that conception is, to say the least, easier for a marriage between a man and a woman.

      Society has a right to determine what it feels constitutes a more ideal family. This gay marriage movement is an entirely false equation to the civil rights movement. That was about people not having equal rights based on skin colour. The desrpition of marriage as between one man, and one woman, applies equally to all. When you change a law, simply because some people do like that law, even thought the law applies to everyone equally, then you open the door to many many other kinds of marriages, simply based on what they say they like,polygamy, etc etc ETC.

      It is about the family, and the right of society to determine the best family structure.

      • I. Lou Minotti says:

        You’re right. Normal people are idiots. We need to get “balanced” and let homos, liberals, communists, academics, progressives, and anyone else without a thinking brain cell or conscience frame the “right of society” to determine the family structure. Did you ever get caught jerking off? If not, you had a good hiding place.

    • Ben says:

      RE: F. Guimaraes – “Gay marriage is not a problem, people have the right to be happy.”

      Then I thank you for also supporting plural marriage. People have a right to be happy.

  6. John B., M.D. says:

    Obama / Holder DoJ stoked racial division: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/07/10/did-justice-department-support-anti-zimmerman-protests-after-trayvon-shooting/
    The excuse that they played peacemaker is absolute bullshit. Anyone see a speech criticizing Sharpton or calling for calm? Right.

    Trayvon not only looks like Obama’s son, but also enjoyed smoking weed (affects judgment) as did Obama. Obama was more concerned about the color of his skin than the content of his character – racist remarks, drugs, school suspension, staying out after curfew. Yup, that’s Obama’s son.

    I knew when Obama was elected I would disagree with his politics and ideology, but I was actually hopeful that he would take active steps to heal racial divisions and be that post-partisan President he was touted to be. What a major disappointment as he has done the exact opposite along with the lamestream media.

    • Ben says:

      And if Zimmerman is a white Hispanic, then Obama is a white African-American

      • gator69 says:

        Whoa now! Slow down Ben. There are alot of us newly minted ‘white Hispanics’ who are looking to cash in on our minority status. 😉

  7. Richard T. Fowler says:

    “Adultery is not a problem, people have a right to be happy.”
    “Communism is not a problem, people have a right to be happy.”
    “A worker’s revolution and paradise is not a problem, people have a right to be happy.”
    “Abortion is not a problem, people have a right to be happy.”
    “Infanticide is not a problem, people have a right …”
    “Torture-extracted confessions are not a problem, people have a right …”
    “Universal wiretapping, monitoring and recording are not a problem, people have …”
    “Perverting and destroying other people’s children is not a problem, people have …”
    “Worldwide imperial conquest is not a problem, people have …”
    “Election fraud is not a problem, people have …”
    “Ethnic cleansing is not a problem, people have …”
    “Imposing one’s religious beliefs on others is not a problem, people have …”
    “Cutting off people’s electricity in rich countries is not a problem, people have …”
    “Rape is not a problem, people have …”
    “Armed robbery is not …”
    “Racially motivated ground and pound is not …”
    “Pornography is not …”
    “Unrestrained violence in art is not …”
    “Recreational drugs are not …”
    “Taking away people’s mobility to reduce their CO2 emissions is not …”
    “Subverting immigration policy is not …”
    “Nationalizing health care is not …”
    “Forced abortions and sterilizations are not …”
    “Undisclosed medical experimentation on humans is not …”
    “Banning you from building on your own property is not …”
    “Moving all manufacturing to another country to elevate that country and depress this one is not …”
    “Redistribution of wealth is not …”
    “Inciting race-based and religious wars is not …”

    What is the one most important thing that all of these propositions, plus yours, have in common?

    And no, I don’t mean that they hold the proponent’s happiness to be more important than others’, though that is a commonality.

    The central thing, the most important thing, is that ….

    Maybe I shouldn’t tell you. Maybe I should just let you think about it yourself.


  8. I. Lou Minotti says:

    The 47% that think it’s all awesome can be fairly represented by Faggot, the epitome of “Government as God” ballwashers:

  9. Chewer says:

    Many get their news from the Daily Show, and when our so called conservative politicians argue their points in a politically correct fashion, this is what we get.
    No balls, no fire = no freedom!

    • Dave says:

      Young people especially get their news from the Daily Show. I got in an argument with a 20-something “millenial” over an article I had read in the Washington Post. He said the Washington Post was not credible, because he had seen it mocked on the Daily Show. Well sometimes the Washington Post is not credible, but its a step above the Daily Show. And if the so called millenials think the Daily Show is where you get news rather than being a comedy we are truly doomed.

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