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The Powell Now Howls: Wisdom From the RINO’s ASS (or is it the Ass’ RINO) July 3, 2009

Colin-Powell--14244 As the news of Sarah Palin’s resignation is spreading throughout media land, I was reading other news of the week and cannot believe that this little gem from the Washington Examiner seemed to get lost in Never Land.  Once you read it, you will see that it is indeed news that the Obamabots would not like to hear. Could it be? Colin Powell is actually criticizing Barack Obama’s policies.

Washington Examiner

July 3, 2009

Powell airs doubts on Obama agenda

By Jon Ward

Colin Powell, one of President Obama’s most prominent Republican supporters, expressed concern Friday that the president’s ambitious blitz of costly initiatives may be enlarging the size of government and the federal debt too much.

“I’m concerned at the number of programs that are being presented, the bills associated with these programs and the additional government that will be needed to execute them,” Mr. Powell said in an excerpt of an interview with CNN’s John King, released by the network Friday morning.

Mr. Powell, a retired U.S. army general who rose to political prominence after a long and accomplished military career, said that health care reform and many of Mr. Obama’s other initiatives are “important” to Americans.

But, he said, “one of the cautions that has to be given to the president — and I’ve talked to some of his people about this — is that you can’t have so many things on the table that you can’t absorb it all.”

“And we can’t pay for it all,” said Mr. Powell, who was the first African-American to serve as secretary of state, under former President George W. Bush. He was also national security adviser to President Reagan, and was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under President George H.W. Bush from 1989 to 1993.

Mr. Powell’s comments represent the growing concern that began with hard-line fiscal conservatives but is now spreading to moderates about the rate of government spending and debt under President Obama, and the long-term impact on the country’s fiscal sustainability and national security.

The national debt stands currently at $11.5 trillion and the deficit for the current fiscal year is projected to be close to $2 trillion.

Mr. Powell expressed alarm at “budgets that are running into the multi-trillions of dollars” and “a huge, huge national debt that, if we don’t pay for in our lifetime, our kids and grandkids and great-grandchildren will have to pay for it.”

“So, I think the president, as he moves forward with his initiatives, has to start really taking a very, very hard look at what the cost of all this is. And, how much additional bureaucracy [will] be needed to make all of this happen?” Mr. Powell said.

Mr. Powell said he has been in touch with Mr. Obama regularly, including recently.

“I don’t insert myself. But, we stay in touch,” he said.

country-firstWell what did you expect General Powell?

Of course he spends trillions of dollars. He is a Democrat or didn’t you see that when you stabbed John McCain and your own party in the back when you endorsed Barack Obama?

You hear so much about political suicide nowadays. Mark Sanford, now speculation about Sarah Palin and yet you hear so little about legacy suicide.

rinoColin Powell obviously thought he would play a bigger role in Obama’s political motion picture. And it is a picture, a production full of directors, props, teleprompters, Bo the dog, the swing set. After giving Obama his endorsement, Colin is now the fool because he thought he was Obama’s homie. Sure they would play golf together, Colin would be welcomed into the black community for betraying the Republicans.   Colin makes it a point to say he ‘”stays in touch with Mr. Obama regularly.”


Obama throws his supporters under the bus, didn’t you realize that General Powell?  If Obama threw his spiritual leader of 15 years under the bus, why the hell would he keep a turncoat Republican like Colin Powell around for one minute longer than he needed to use him?

Obama is not listening to Colin Powell otherwise he would not have expressed concern publicly. Powell is saying these things because he wants Obama to read them and notice. The problem here is that the media has to actually take the time to print your words and disseminate them. Your words criticize “THE ONE”, therefore the chances are slim that many people will hear your concern.

I feel sorry for you Colin Powell. Obama is just not that into you and neither is the Republican Party.

Silly RINO, Kool Aid is for kids. Now here, go read this book and eat your fruit cup.


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Ah, Those Media Driven Fourth of July Mammaries


Get out the reinforcement girls. Now that Sarah Palin has announced her resignation as Governor of Alaska expect the media dicks and their chicks to come out in full force. When I say chicks I am referring to the likes of Rachel Maddow, Katie Couric, Campbell Brown and any female reporter that is basically a cheerleader for misogyny directly with their words or indirectly by remaining silent as their male colleagues pummeled the hell out of Sarah and Hillary Clinton.

Sarah’s timing on this announcement was a stroke of brilliance. Her news was as big as a surprise as her selection as McCain’s vice presidential candidate. She caught them off guard and has proved that she can still do so today.

No wonder Sarah wanted to get away

No wonder Sarah wanted to get away

The media has been in a news cycle frenzied tailspin recently due to three celebrity deaths, uprisings in Iran and Honduras, an impending although unlikely war with North Korea, the sex scandal surrounding Gov. Mark Sanford (R-SC) and of course the most important of all Barack Obama’s first 4th of July in the White House. The Chris Matthews of the news-world were somewhere at their second homes in the Hamptons, sitting on the toilet with an Obama magazine and an erection.  They were not prepared for today. This was evident from the slew of broken signal mobile phone interviews on FOX, MSNBC and other networks.

Barney Frank probably choked on a barbecued chicken bone when he heard Sarah’s news. Nancy Pelosi sat straight up and took the cucumbers off her eyes?

You’ve gotta admit for a party that is supposed to be dead and buried, the Grand ol’ Party is definitely not boring nor are they going away.

When I heard the news, I personally was elated. Sarah will have more time to concentrate on the things she wants to do. I do not see her as a quitter at all. I will speak on this issue at greater length in a future post but I would like my readers to see some encouraging words from the women at Smart Girl Politics, a group for the empowerment of conservative women.

“My choice is to take a stand and effect change and not just hit our head against the wall and watch valuable state time and money, millions of your dollars, go down the drain in this new political environment. Rather, we know we can effect positive change outside government at this moment in time on another scale and actually make a difference for our priorities, and so we will, for Alaskans and for Americans.”

It kills me that all the pundits act like Sarah Palin’s move today is the end of her effectiveness in politics. Maybe she won’t hold public office again, who knows? I’m not going to make the mistake of underestimating Sarah Palin. The assumption, though is that if you’re not in office, you can’t make a difference. You can’t help the country. I beg to differ. Imagine all that Sarah (or you, for that matter) can do outside publically held office. With her spunk, her confidence, her genuineness and her natural connection with everyday people, we have not heard the last of Sarah.

The DNC spokesperson said today, “Either Sarah Palin is leaving the people of Alaska high and dry to pursue her long shot national political ambitions or she simply can’t handle the job now that her popularity has dimmed and oil revenues are down. Either way – her decision to abandon her post and the people of Alaska who elected her continues a pattern of bizarre behavior that more than anything else may explain the decision she made today.”

Obviously, the left isn’t going to miss this opportunity to slam Sarah Palin. All the late night jokesters are frantically scrambling, as I type this, to come up with ridiculous and most likely cruel jabs at her. They’ve continuously attacked her family, her beliefs, her politics and her ethics. Trumped up charges have cost her family an estimated half million dollars in legal fees. During the campaign, the media elite literally did some dumpster diving in attempts to dig up whatever they could to discredit Sarah. Her resignation must have champagne corks flying in offices all over Capitol Hill (maybe in the White House?) and certainly the mainstream media. This is the best 4th of July gift they’ve ever received, I’m sure.

I think their glee is premature. If Sarah meant what she said today then I think our country is in for a much-needed kick in the pants. Think of Sarah as a political pundit, a radio talk show host or coordinator for a grassroots movement like the tea parties or the 9/12 Project. She has the potential to be a very powerful force for conservatism. I think this Smart Girl has called the Left’s bluff. Instead of letting their continued attacks distract her (and her staff) from the business of Alaska, she’s removing herself from the equation. She said she won’t be working from the governor’s office anymore but I have my doubts that Sarah Palin won’t be working at all.  – Commenter SGP

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In typical fashion, Sarah Palin upset the political apple cart today by resigning as governor of Alaska. I shut off cable news several hours ago, already having a fill of commentary and opinion. No one seems to think Sarah made a smart move. Political suicide, wrong way to enter the ’12 presidential race, etc. Everyone seems to know what was best for the Palin family. Liberals always believe we are unable to think for ourselves and make good decisions.

I worked hard on McCain’s campaign once Sarah agreed to join his ticket. I saw her in person several times, blogged at and followed the Team Sarah website before my state’s group fell by the wayside. I believe as a mother and a woman that puts her family at the top of her priority list, her actions today basically said, “I’m taking myself out of the limelight in order to try and stop the hideous, cruel twisted attacks you make against my children. You can say anything about me because I’ve put myself in a target position, but when you go after innocent little children with your vile and hatred, I will stand up for my family first and foremost.”

The likes of Keith Olberman, Janine Garafalo and David Letterman are probably setting off some fireworks a little early this evening. They must be patting themselves on the back in between accepting upcoming guest commentary offers. Media Matters folks are busy now preparing Keith’s attack for his next show. They believe they’ve struck down the woman that has been the centerpiece of their pathetic lives, the source of their anger and personal frustration and that never ending elitist attitude of believing they are superior to anyone and everyone. They can’t understand what her appeal is and why the country doesn’t follow their every word. Poor ratings don’t even send the message to them that the majority of the country thinks they are completely unworthy of our time and attention.

About this time last year, people opposing then Sen. Obama for the presidency cited some similar complaints about him that I heard today after Mrs. Palin’s resignation: not enough experience–he started running for president after only about 140 days in office as a senator. He’s never run anything or accomplished anything. His resume is so slim, he can’t possibly be a contender. He’s naive. He has no grasp of foreign policy and no experience in balancing a budget, let alone solving the current economic woes. No matter what his critics threw at him, it ran off his back. It didnt’ matter what his experience was, or what decisions he’d made previously that normally wouldn’t be conducive to wininng the White House. It simply did not matter. They weren’t voting for experience. They were voting for charm, the ability to bring the ‘wow factor’ to the political stage.

Yes, all that mattered was that he was charismatic. He had an adorable family and a loving marital relationship. He appeared down to earth and empathetic. He could touch the hearts and souls of people at his gatherings. They were blind to his inexperience and lack of credentials for the highest office in the land. But it didnt’ matter. To his following, he was as compelling as any politician they’d ever heard or seen. Sarah Palin has the same effect on people. The media knows it and they know that was the winning prescription for Obama, thus, the vicious attacks on Sarah for having the same ability to draw crowds and win hearts once people heard her speak.

Did Sarah blunder today in this abrupt resignation if she, indeed, does have higher aspirations? The pundits will chew on it for months to come, but the reality is this: with the election of Obama, all bets are off now in terms of winning whether you have the experience and sound political judgment to back it up or not. Sarah spoke from her heart today and she was clear. She’s tired of politics as usual and she isn’t sitting by any longer while the Left attacks her family. She’s a mom first and she loves her kids with the same intensity and protective instincts as any. Today was a big move. What comes next is probably not even known to Sarah right now. Job One today was to get the media jackals away from the door of her den. Tomorrow is another day and when she’s ready to reveal to her following what her intentions are, she’ll articulate that with the same down home, let’s get real rhetoric the country swoons over.

Let’s not judge her. Moms often have to do the hard things in a family. She has children and a grandson to protect. She has a marriage to nurture. She has extended family members that have ached for her in watching the bitter attacks. It is more than likely that Democrat operatives have infiltrated Alaska to try their best to ruin her. Whomever emerges as a contender against Obama will be under great personal attack. His following will not allow the political process to go forward in a fair and respectable manner.

There are not absolutes anymore in winning the White House. Afterall, ‘change’ has come to America. Let Sarah have some family time; let her decide in her time if and when she reveals more to us. She is deserving of respect whether you agree with her politically or not. The norms of the past are not relevant. It’s a new day and the rules have changed. She was ill-handled by the McCain team and even this week they came out swinging against her yet again. There is much going on here that we don’t know but be assured the Palin’s have circled their wagons and as a family are making decisions about whether or not she has further political aspirations. Those that say she ‘quit’ or allowed the media and Democrats to break her spirit are wrong.

To Keith, David, Janine and the rest of the snipers in the media and entertainment industries: back off, at least for awhile. When Sarah is ready, she’ll be ready for you guys again, this time as a private citizen.– Commenter SGP

Keep the support for Sarah Palin coming, she will need it in the following weeks.

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Sarah Palin:” I Resign”

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Fox News

Palin Opts Against Run for Second Term as Alaska Governor

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Friday that she would not seek a second term, setting up a potential run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Friday that she would not seek a second term next year, setting up a potential run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012. She said she would resign at the end of this month and transfer power to Lt. Gov. Sean Parnell.

Palin made the announcement from her home in Wasilla, flanked by her husband, Todd, and family and state commissioners.

Palin’s decision now allows her to avoid the difficult task of running for president while serving as governor.

Palin gained national prominence when GOP presidential candidate John McCain picked her as his running mate last year. But her approval ratings in the state have skidded in recent months.

Palin has been dogged in recent months by ethics inquiries. Her office last month announced the 15th dismissal of an ethics complaint against her or one of her staff. Palin defeated incumbent Gov. Murkowski in a primary in 2006.

I am speculating that Sarah is doing this for the good of Alaska, we will not see the end of her. I know it. Watch out Obama.


Does Barack Obama Light A Firecracker Under the Patriotism of Blacks?

obama-and-the-flagThe question of African Americans and their  rising levels of patriotism towards America have been creeping up in the news lately. In this recent article in The Washington Post, law students concurred that since the election of our nation’s first black president the  patriotic enthusiasm of blacks has risen substantially.

In Obama, African Americans See Promise of 1776 Fulfilled

By Robert Mccartney

As the nation prepares to celebrate its first Fourth of July with a black president, I wondered whether African Americans are feeling more patriotic. So I talked with some students in a summer school class at Howard University, one of the country’s most time-honored black colleges.

I was not disappointed. The African American journalism students agreed overwhelmingly that Barack Obama’s election has strengthened blacks’ enthusiasm for our nation and trust in the democratic ideals we will honor Saturday. (Of course, African Americans, like everybody else, view the holiday primarily as a chance to gobble barbecue, watch fireworks and stalk holiday bargains at the mall, but that’s a separate issue.)

Obama’s victory “represented the idea that America was changing for the better,” said Charnese Wilson, 21, a senior from Detroit. “My peers, that’s what they’re celebrating, the evolution of America.”

The patriotism of African Americans as a group has never been in question. They have fought honorably in the nation’s wars and sometimes have suffered disproportionately high casualties.

But African Americans tend to love their country more for what it has promised — especially on July 4 — than for what it has delivered. That’s hardly surprising, given nearly 21/2 centuries of slavery, followed by another century of segregation and, despite progress, continuing discrimination and disproportionate economic hardship.

Sure enough, the Howard students had plenty to say about how hypocrisy has corrupted American ideals. Thomas Jefferson wrote the famous words “all men are created equal,” but he was a plantation owner who once said that living without slaves would be an “inconvenience.”

Deontay Morris, 19, a junior from Detroit, expressed contempt for the Founding Fathers because of their “horrible legacy” as slaveholders. “I’m pretty sure George Washington didn’t want Barack Obama to be president,” he said tartly.

A moment later, though, Morris praised the Declaration of Independence as “one of the best documents ever written, because it’s evolving over time.” That’s the key to understanding how the Spirit of 1776 has led to a black president whose election adds to African Americans’ faith, or at least their hope, that the country will keep its pledges of equality and liberty.

When the United States was founded, the word “democracy” had a negative connotation, because it was associated with mob rule. Only white men with property could vote.

But “all men are created equal” has proved powerful over the years. It inspired successful efforts to extend the vote to poor white men during the Age of Jackson in the early 1800s. Lincoln quoted it as he led the country to abolish slavery. Suffragists added “and women” when women won the right to vote in 1920. The Declaration animated Martin Luther King Jr. In the movie “Milk,” about gay rights activist Harvey Milk, there’s a dramatic moment when he tells a crowd, “All men are created equal. No matter how hard you try, you can never erase those words.”

Now, a black man in the White House is unmistakable evidence of another advance for equality in America. The Howard students, and other African Americans whom I interviewed, recognize and appreciate that.

For the first time, people looked past color and looked at substance” in the vote, said Kristopher Owens, 20, a junior from Lithonia, Ga.

Obama’s election shows that the promise of the United States “is being realized. We’re heading toward that more perfect union,” said Joe Madison, the well-known black host of a radio talk show based in Washington.

There are some outward signs of the change. Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett (D), a black Vietnam veteran, said he had noticed that in the past, about four-fifths of blacks would put their hands over their hearts while standing for “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Recently, though, he said he has observed that it’s up to “virtually 100 percent,” and he attributes the change to Obama.

Others said they think that African Americans are following the news more closely and are more likely to visit Washington as tourists, because they feel as if they have more at stake in government and politics. African Americans continue to volunteer in larger-than-average numbers for the military, although that reflects economic pressure as well as patriotism.

So, what should we do so we can celebrate further progress on future Independence Days?

The Howard students mentioned the need to improve urban education, to end de facto segregation of institutions such as some high school proms and nursing homes, and to halt gentrification of neighborhoods such as the one around Howard. Their professor, Lawrence Kaggwa, was concerned about Monday’s Supreme Court decision favoring white firefighters in New Haven, Conn. It restricts an employer’s ability to consider race in personnel decisions, and Kaggwa wanted to ensure that it won’t weaken affirmative action and make it harder for his students to get jobs.

Asked what African Americans need to do, the students suggested that parents read to their children and use Obama as an example of what can be achieved. “No longer can we use the homeboy down the street who sells, or [rappers] Tupac [Shakur] and Biggie [Smalls]” as role models, Owens said. “The leader of the free world is your standard. You have no excuse.”

There’s an easy way for Obama to contribute to realizing America’s democratic dreams. He should speak out forcefully in favor of full voting rights for the District. He supports it, in theory, but has done almost nothing to use his power and prestige to advance the cause. “All men are created equal” helped inspire the nation to give political rights to other groups. It’s time to do the same for D.C. residents.

ConstitutionMoron_fsThe Washington Post article basically posits, that African Americans have a greater incentive to be patriots and truly embrace America as our own, now that our president is black. Has Obama really had that much effect upon the black perspective of America? Have blacks finally forgiven America for burdening them/us with the legacy of slavery and bondage?

I disagree with several of the points in this article but really what it comes down to is that every African American is an individual and is entitled to their own “black experience” . In my black experience being a patriot was considered a “white thing” . As Denzel Washington portrays slain civil rights activist Malcolm X in director Spike Lee’s film “X”, he states that as blacks “we didn’t land on Plymouth Rock. Plymouth Rock Landed on Us.”

All of the “Mayflower stuff” has little if nothing to do with African American heritage right? Many blacks felt that lady Liberty is a racist. Granted there are valid reason for this especially from the “old school” African Americans like my mother and father, my brother…

They grew up during a time of great racial unrest. I was born after the war, so to speak both literally and figuratively. My brother constantly reminded me that my generation lived off the spoils and sweat of the black generations that proceeded me.  He was correct, I did not seem to posses the same amount of anger but that does not belie my ability to see his point. I just chose not to follow it.

InconvenientConstWe have a constitution that says “All men are created equal”  but as my tour guide at Thoms Jefferson’s Monticello said, “this was not always the case”.

Given my family’s attitudes on the matter and the well foddered and documented instance that during a February 2008 campaign stop our First Lady, Michelle Obama said:

“For the first time in my adult lifetime, I’m really proud of my country … not just because Barack has done well, but because I think people are hungry for change,”

the idea that there are African Americans who are proud of their country for the first time because Barack Obama is president does not surprise me. This is where I disagree with the Washington Post article. It mentioned that the patriotism of African Americans is never questioned because of their military service. While this statement is true, I contend that culturally, there are many practices, rituals, and traditions that are inseparable from an American’s percieved societal memory of  patriotism. Things that many blacks just did not do.

Again, here I want to preface my account by adding that this is purely my experience growing up black in a Chicago neighborhood during the 1970’s and 80’s.

In my neighborhood, the homes were often run down Victorian styled, or brick bungalows. All came equipped with those flag pole thingys on the windows. You never saw a flag hanging from them. Remember, many of the neighborhoods in Chicago that were populated by African Americans during the 70’s had just experienced an exodus of its white residents to the suburbs or “white flight” .

The homes in my hood were built during a time and by people who hung the American flag from their windows and they needed a flag post. However, once the whites fled, the chance of seeing an American flag flying from a black residence was a rare sight indeed and if you did see one , they were likely a military family. There was one “fluke” case that I know of wheret he white family that sold the home to the black family, left the flag in the post after they moved. That flag stayed there rain, sleet snow, Christmas and was so ragged that it would have been unrecognizable as a flag  if it were not for the stars on a navy background against the pink and yellowed stripes.   It is clear that the tradition of hanging the flag was not a priority for us.


Sure we celebrated the Fourth of July in my family. It meant getting your hair pressed and wearing green or yellow sundresses but it did not go beyond concocting  recipes for beer basted rib tips, and mustard potato salad. The only red you wore was the Open Pit barbecue sauce stains on your pink parachute pants. 1976 was the bicentennial, did my predominately black Catholic School tell us why the year was so important? Not one word about it being America’s 200th birthday. I figured it out on my own by watching the nightly news programs and noticing that the quarters issued that year looked different from the others.

An Obama sign and a Confederate interesting.

An Obama sign and a Confederate interesting.

When I moved to the suburbs, I learned there was a different side to Independence day. During my short stint as a suburbanite in Oak Park, Illinois nearly every home had a flag hanging at least on the fourth of July. I began to formulate my own ideas of patriotism.

In the 80’s my mother was pretty much AWOL mentally and I would piggy back on the family cookouts of my white suburban friends. One family would recite the Bill of Rights before we ate and the father dressed up like George Washington. There was barbecue, baked beans, macaroni salad (yuck), and a a much more festive feel. Everyone wore the colors of the flag, except Afrocity who was in a pretty pink sundress. This was remedied by the hostess painting white stars on my face.  Every year there after for the rest of my life, I wear red, white and blue on July 4th and I remember that it is just not about pulled pork and hot dog, it is America’s birthday.

I realize that a lack of patriotism is not only problematic among the African American communities. We could clearly see this was not the case after 9/11 when the American flag suddenly made a comeback. We were all patriots in rallying behind our country I recall while living in New York City, there were Middle Eastern cab drivers that had 5 or more flags decorating their taxis.

This brings me back to Barack Obama. Let’s recall his rather…curious statement about wearing a flag pin after 9/11.

“You know, the truth is that right after 9/11, I had a pin,” Obama said. “Shortly after 9/11, particularly because as we’re talking about the Iraq War, that became a substitute for I think true patriotism, which is speaking out on issues that are of importance to our national security, I decided I won’t wear that pin on my chest.- Barack Obama

Call me a doubting Afrocity but so far everything I have seen of President Barack Obama is actually anti-capitalism, anti-liberty, and anti-American. So I find it peculiar that African Americans would feel more connected to our country under his presidency. Whatever faith in  Lady Liberty we have, should have been there from the beginning. Yes, a flag is a symbol. Like Obama, you can easily dismiss a flag pin as a false tool for empty patriotism and American propaganda but there are deep meanings behind such symbols.  Symbols, slogans, chants were important to the presidential campaign of Barack Obama but he cannot deign to wear a flag pin in as a show of support for our country during a tragic time. This African American becomes POTUS and now all is forgiven, slavery and its wounds are forgotten? And how ironic that he is not really of slave descent in the African American sense- his mother a Caucasian, his father a Kenyan.


Yes, maybe Americans in general are more patriotic now that Obama has taken office, but it is to the 57 United States of Kool Aid -not the United States of America.

TheoTheir allegiance is to the leader not the country he leads. When you have citizens,voters, the mainstream media Obamabots who overlook gross injustices towards the legacy of our constitution, just because we have a cool black guy as our president, something about true American values have gone awry. If you criticize this man, you are isolated and attacked. If you speak out against him, you must be a racist. What is American about that?  If you are African American and voted for McCain, you are a self-loathing traitor to your race.  Nope, no problem here.  We love our media to be bobble heads for our cool black president. American is hip and happening now. Everybody likes us. We are citizens of the world again and because we are in such a patriotic mood, we don’t mind one bit when get butt raped by Congress because they are now taxing the shit out of us. Yes, even the middle class. Even your health care benefits. You know the thing that Obama chastised John McCain for proposing during the 2008 campaign?

By saying these things, I am not trying to spoil America’s first birthday with it’s black president. My point is if you needed Barack Hussein Obama to feel like a better American, you have created an entirely different definition of patriotism that I do not want to be a part of.

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