Wednesday, March 16, 2011

The President - It's Worse Than We Thought

Ulsterman and his secret source are back.

So you think President Obama should be impeached?

Impeached? -Expletive- no. That’s too good for him. President Obama should be arrested. What’s that word you used a while back – sedition? Well there you go – that pretty much sums up this whole stinking cesspool of a White House right there. Look, I was suspicious of this guy before – but based on what I was told these past few months…the man, those around him (pauses) …this president is the most corrupt thing to have sat in the White House in our lifetimes. Being part of that campaign in 2008…it makes me sick. Do you understand what I’m saying? Sick. To have played any part in getting him elected…Obama isn’t just incompetent…he’s something else. Something worse. I’ve been around a lot of asshole-arrogant politicians. Plenty of those. Even a few outright criminals. This is different. This is a whole other level of corrupt.
That is from the first part of a three part article.

Here is something from the second part.
So he showed up late, like I said. He looked good – just like the campaign. He sat down and said, “Welcome everybody!” He turned to a person to his right who I did not know at the time, a younger man, and the president smiled and nodded to him. Then he looked over at Valerie Jarrett, who sat in a chair behind the president – she was sitting against the wall – watching. I didn’t even realize she was in the room until the president looked over at her. There was prolonged silence. The president folded his hands on the desk and smiled again. Then he unfolded his hands and leaned back in his chair. More silence. He looked over again at the man to his right who then gave the president an agenda for the meeting. Now I know enough about how these things work to know that the president must have been given that agenda long before he stepped into the room. Every minute of a president’s day is meticulously mapped out beforehand. So this thing, which might seem like a minor detail to some, set off my alarms. What was going on here? Why was the president being handed an agenda that he must have already been given earlier?

So Obama looks down at the paper and then looks back up at all of us. He smiles again and then gives off this nervous little laugh. Now the country is pretty familiar with that laugh these days, but it was the first time I had heard it, and it didn’t do anything to alleviate just how odd this meeting was playing out. The president recognized someone else at the table and asked for them to begin with item two on the agenda. Do you want to know what item one on the agenda was? It read: Greetings and introductions by President of the United States. Apparently that item one…well, apparently the president thought he had just handled that part and so it was on to item two. Of course the gentleman he asked to start on item two had no idea what he was to say, and the man to the president’s right stepped in and proceeded to handle that item himself. The president appeared completely unaware of his mistake, or maybe he just didn’t care. The mood in the room had gone from excitement at getting to see the president to one of being very uncomfortable. If President Obama was unable to handle a simple meeting among secondary staff, how in the hell was he going to be able to run the damn country?
Well he doesn't seem to be doing a very good job that is for sure.

Commenter Nicole is not so sure of the truth of the above observations but adds an anecdote of her own.
Nicole Posted March 15, 2011 at 10:21 pm

Not sure how legit this all is but it does go with what I saw with my own eyes back in 2008. I was among a group of campus student representatives that got to be “backstage” at a Obama rally. We watched from side as Obama totally kicked ass. Great speech about 8000 screaming supporters cheering every word. Then he came backstage and we were able to get back there close to him before before security started to push us off a bit. Obama walked about 10 or maybe 15 feet by us though and I was shocked at how small and tired he seemed when he got off the stage. Pretty tall but really really thin and old. Like about 10 yrs older than he looked on the stage. It was weird. And he seemed confused on where to go and stopped a bit and his eyes were like darting around kind of like a wildman. Then somebody yelled at him “Over here!” And Obama jumped a little and half ran to wherever the voice was coming from and he looked kind of scared. It was weird. He didn’t seem at all like he did on the stage. Totally different vibe coming off him.
It almost sounds as if our Resident is some one's trained poodle.

Hill Buzz is wondering when some one is going to show up and fill the empty suit.
End-time tsunami, several catastrophic earthquakes, possible nuclear disaster, major unrest in the Middle East, world financial crisis…and I’m sure I’m missing a few other events but you get the big picture. It’s scary. It’s scary as hell and what does our brilliant leader talk about on Saturday’s radio address?

(FoxNews)Amid chaos around the world and on Capitol Hill, Obama’s Saturday radio address was devoted to Women’s History Month and a call to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, a proposal meant to address the income gap between men and women. Then, the president went golfing at Andrews Air Force Base.
Shouldn't the President get engaged? Oh. Wait. He is already married. Har.

James Taranto is beginning to see the same thing.
The Associated Press is still soft on President Obama. "On High-Profile issues, Obama Keeps a Low Profile," reads the headline on a dispatch by Jim Kuhnhenn:
Call it an above-the-fray strategy.

On hot issues that Democrats and Republicans have found cause to fret about--from spending reductions to state labor disputes--President Barack Obama is keeping a low profile. [snip]
"Call it an above-the-fray strategy"? Why do we think that if George W. Bush were still president, the AP would tell us to call it something less gentle? It is pure puffery for anyone--much less a news reporter--to present the president's lack of leadership in a foreign-policy crisis as a virtue.
He certainly hasn't taken leadership in the budget crisis either.

Well anyway - I look forward to the next Ulsterman episode. Just for the entertainment value.

Cross Posted at Classical Values

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