Remembering Democrat’s Brand Of Faux Magic At The Polls

Obama’s Lost Magic.  Der Spiegel.

That headline summarizes the issue well.  This is generous.

Two years on from his historic election victory, US President Barack Obama is trying to recover his lost magic as defeat for the Democrats looms in the midterm elections. But he is no longer the man he used to be, and his window of opportunity has passed.

The rest of the article attempts to defend Obama, his goals, and his performance.  This is far-fetched.  It is this very premise that duped a lot of people into voting for The One whose tangible experience begged support for his candidacy, and left a relative vacuum.

he needs to create the illusion that it is indeed possible to reclaim your youth and your dreams, and that mistakes can be corrected

And pigs can fly, right?  Um, no.  He does not need to create any illusions.  He needs to effect change to correct the damage he has done to America so far.  But since that does not seem within his capabilities or goals, nor within those of his Democratic brethren who he strong armed into supporting his radical left wing agenda, then they all rightfully deserve to be removed from elected office.  For failing to represent their constituents’ views in such callous and selfish ways.   

“Shove your agenda down our throats in 09!  And we ‘We the people’ will shove your agenda up your a$$ in 2010.” 
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2 responses to “Remembering Democrat’s Brand Of Faux Magic At The Polls

  1. “He does not need to create any illusions.”

    That’s been the problem all along….the Democratic Party and especially Obama have campaigned on smoke and mirrors and now they’re scratching their heads and trying to figure out that their supporters wanted more than an illusion. That ol’ black magic has lost it’s sheen. And I don’t mean that in a racist way, of course.

    (Thanks for those e-mails you’ve sent recently…you really did lift my spirits, I appreciate that!–I’m hopefully going to get back to blogging on Novembe 1st, barring any more disasters at home.) 🙂

  2. I was in Canada a couple of weeks ago visiting relative.

    Whenever U.S.A. politics was discussed they all loved Obama.

    My wife and I just sat back and listened to the socialists blab about their idea of a free country.

    Just happy to be back home to the land of the free!

    They don’t seem to get it. lol

    Also, in the hotel I was staying at we got some U.S. news channels and CNN but not FOX. hmmmmm.