Friday, April 5, 2013

Barack Obama's never ending gun control fear mongering can succeed, only if his rethoric-heavy appeal is successful with the usual support from his ignorant constituents.

     One big problem facing Obama on this issue--Unlike the health care swindle, he has NO (taxpayer provided) GOODIES to give away in order to buy votes of his parasite disciples.

     Also conspicuously missing in this scam is his multitude of minions, waiting eagerly on the sidelines to enter the game and attach their name to such an apparent unconstitutional issue.  Oh sure, the usual players are there...people like Dianne Feinstein, but most people on the inside are pretty much aware of some god-awful dirt-information Obama's pretty boy losers have on her.....she'd lick the man's shoes if told to do so.

     But for the most part, this is one of those political career ending issues which most ambitious and aspiring re-electable Washington hopefuls will distance themselves.  Obama can carry the ball to the end zone....he has nothing to lose.  Besides, who really cares, when he's playing this game in an empty stadium.

    Flying around the country on his taxpayer funded luxury airliner, the man is beginning to feel effects of the chicken and biscuit circuit.  He has been reading the words of anonymous writers from a teleprompter for so long, he's beginning to confuse present day reality with fantasies from his past bloviations.

     Case in point.  Just the other day while preaching about his gun control quest, he gives credit for words he is about to use, to Colorado Lieutenant Governor Joe Garcia.....
     Most observers would probably commend Obama for actually recognizing someone else for their words, however he apparently forgot a previous speech, delivered several months earlier, when he spoke nearly identical words, giving credit to no one, leaving the impression in his listeners mind that he originated the clever analogy..... Wait!!  Just for the hell of it, and to give this little reminiscence a bit more credibility....  "I hope you don't mind me quoting you, Joe."                                                                                                               
     Certainly the man is not lying.  But when you recite a story so many times, it probably begins to get difficult dragging around the same dead horse....especially knowing the old mare had no life in her from the opening gate.

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