Mr. Hope and Change, Barack Hussein Obama, rose to prominence at the 2004 democrat convention by making a speech in which he passionately proclaimed his belief in the lofty idea that there is only one America, the United States of America. It was all a phony display, political theater. He didn’t believe a word of it, but so what?
It accomplished his purpose. This was the oration that (in)famously gave MS-NBC’s Chrissy Matthews a thrill up his leg, and the one that vaulted him to the top, as the rising star of his party, and helped him become not only our first affirmative-action assisted president, but also our first Marxist president.
Now, nearly eight years after this narcissistic, thin-skinned, unaccomplished con man was first elected, here we are, more divided and racially-polarized than at any time in over 50 years. This is Obama’s America.
Consider the following:
ITEM: At last night’s MTV Video Music Awards, music superstar Beyoncè, a talented performer, no doubt, but a dullard when it comes to serious issues, continued to promote the fraudulent, George Soros-funded “Black Lives Matter” s0-called movement. The backward children who idolize this woman don’t know that “hands up, don’t shoot” never happened, and that the event that led to this unfortunate bandwagon that so many clueless silly people have eagerly jumped on, the death of thug Michael Brown, resulted because of Brown’s own actions. The police officer involved was completely exonerated, as he well should have been. Maybe Beyoncè herself doesn’t know. Why do I not see her pouring over detailed accounts of what really happened? This is a woman with a high school diploma from performing arts school, and no higher education. Yet to many of her slavish fans, no doubt she is a knowledgeable expert on the issue of race relations in America.
On yesterday’s edition of The Teri O’Brien Show, I played some audio of the late Christopher Hitchens from 2009, discussing the nomination of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. He detailed her corruption and lack of experience, which were well know even then. I asked “are you smarter than an Obama voter?”
It’s still a good question.