Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston



Thursday, February 19, 2015

Here's what the president said:


"The United States of America is fighting a war against terrorists of global reach. The enemy is not a single political regime or person or religion or ideology. The enemy is terrorism — premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against innocents. 

 In many regions, legitimate grievances prevent the emergence of a lasting peace. Such grievances deserve to be, and must be, addressed within a political process." 


"In the war against global terrorism, we will never forget that we are ultimately fighting for our democratic values and way of life. Freedom and fear are at war, and there will be no quick or easy end to this conflict. In leading the campaign against terrorism, we are forging new, productive international relationships and redefining existing ones in ways that meet the challenges of the twenty-first century."

Julie Annie had this to say about President Obama after hearing what he said about terrorism:

"I do not believe that the president loves America."

"The former New York mayor, speaking in front of the 2016 Republican presidential contender and about 60 right-leaning business executives and conservative media types, directly challenged Obama’s patriotism, discussing what he called weak foreign policy decisions and questionable public remarks when confronting terrorists. 

 'I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America,' Giuliani said during the dinner at the 21 Club, a former Prohibition-era speakeasy in midtown Manhattan. 'He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country.' " 

"[President Obama] wasn't brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up..."

"...I was brought up through love of this country."

The first quotation above was from a speech by former President George W. Bush.

Obviously, he doesn't love America either.  The only person who knows how to love America is America's cross-dressing Mayor Julie Annie.  You tell 'em Julie what it means to be a true PATRIOT and above all, a dignified public servant!  

It's all about the make-up, BABY!


Rudy Giuliani claimed that Barack Hussein Obama wasn't brought up the way we were or he was.  

Right.  Here's Rudy Giuliani's background that's just like yours and mine, but not like President Obama's:

It's true that Barack Obama wasn't brought up like Rudy Giuliani.  Mr. Obama's father and step-father weren't felons, like Giuliani's father, nor was Mr. Obama's father or step-father a Mafioso enforcer, like Giuliani's father was.  So Rudy was correct in that Mr. Obama wasn't brought up like he was.


Anonymous said...

I know this is a horrible thing to say, but Rudy Giuliani is a f***ing a**hole.

Ray Cranston said...

the “gist” of what the Anonymous @6:02 said about Rudy Giulini is true.

Ray Cranston said...

Considering Giuliani used a live TV press conference to let his (third) wife know he was leaving her to live with his mistress, I'm not sure he is the person who should be commenting about love. Or anything involving basic decency.

Whaat is it about these g-d wingers who slander decent, faithful, America-loving men (PBO) while they roll around in the slime of deceit, fornication, and hypocrisy. Denesh D'Souza is another example of a convicted felon and fornicator who recently slandered President Obama.

Have these nutjobs all lost their sanity? Don't they know we can look up their records and see for ourselves that they're demonic liars?

Redmond, WA said...

Obama gets this kind of dog shit slung at him all day every day. And yet, he seems to still act like a gentleman with poise and grace. That goes for Michelle too. I often wonder what they say about it in private and how all the dishes in the White House are still in one piece.

Anonymous said...

Beware the fury of a patient man

Ducky's here said...

Rudy in a kick line. It's going to take a while to lose that image.

Booby Jindal piped right up and voiced support for Rudy.

Don't it drag on.

Infidel753 said...

I often wonder what they say about it in private

I think about that too sometimes. It will probably be 20 years from now that Obama publishes his memoirs, but it will be very interesting to know what he was really thinking about all the garbage that gets slung around.

Oh, and I appreciate Giuliani at least making the effort at some sort of style, but he really isn't the right type to be able to pull off those looks.

Rational Nation USA said...

Do we know all the dishes are in one piece?

kimthomas06 said...

Since when is the POTUS addressed as "Mr."?
Nuff said.

Leo T. Lyon said...

So Giuliani, at the height of U.S./Russian tensions went on national t.v. to declare that Vladimir Putin was a "great leader." Maybe President Obama isn't the one whose patriotism needs questioning.

Rudy should stick to dressing up like an old painted lady, because that's what he's become.

Rational Nation USA said...

Yes Ducky, it certainly does drag on.

Didn't vote for Obama myself but can't keep from scratching my head over the
irrationality of individuals like Rudy G.

Shaw Kenawe said...

"Booby Jindal piped right up and voiced support for Rudy."

Oh yes, Bobby Jindal. Another leading light of the TGOP. He's the conservative governor of a conservative state who cut taxes for the rich and plunged his state into a $1.6 billion short-fall in revenue. Not enough money to run the state, so the brilliant tax-cutbot decides to make up for some of the short-fall by closing down emergency rooms in Baton-Rouge Mid-City Hospital where the poor are served.

A classic Tea-Pee-er approach to taxation: Tax cuts for the wealthy wealthy. Short-fall in state revenues? Close down medical care for the poors.

Anonymous said...

The droppings that Rudy left at the Kochroach dinner has gotten the derps on the right all sexed up with more reasons to pile on President Obama and show their tiny-brained friends their "I Hate Obongo" creds.

Here's a sample of one of their pundits:

"’s hard to believe he loves America the way most of us do or raised here and not in Indonesia."

That's "brilliant" on so many levels, not the least of which is it would be hard to believe the person who wrote it knows anything about the English language. Plus, President "Obongo" spent exactly 4 years in Indonesia, from ages 6 to 10, and every "brilliant" person knows how much he or she remembers and was influenced during those childhood years. I guess for that nitwit what one learns in American high schools and universities is NOTHING compared with what one experiences in four years in a foreign country.

The stupidity and crass ignorance on the right confirms for me that Mr. Obama must be the best president we've had in decades, since so many rank idiots detest him.