Sunday, September 16, 2012

Obama and The D Word: Desperation

Obama and his campaign are desperate. Either that or the Messiah complex has returned (if it was ever gone). Those are the only explanations for this most recent request they are making to their sheep: sell your things and come follow me.

The campaign has launched a push for people to sell their stuff for the "National Yard Sale for Obama" day. I am not kidding you. Just watch and listen.

Did you read the comments? It should make them soooo ashamed at the ridiculous stunt. I will be out next weekend driving around to see how many yard sales for Obama I can find and photograph.

The desperation is also evident in the plea the Obama campaign is making to Hollywood to put kudos for Obamacare into their TV programs. Again, I am not kidding. And not just ANY shows, but their TOP shows.

And then there is the story that you probably missed because it only got play on Fox News. Seems Obama lied about being offered a tenure-track job in Chicago also. Here is part of the story:
A longtime professor and one-time dean of the University of Chicago Law School told The Daily Caller that Barack Obama was never offered tenure, despite the assertions of a New York Times reporter who covers the president and the first family.
“Other faculty members dreamed of tenured positions; [Obama] turned them down,” wrote Times White House Correspondent Jodi Kantor, author of “The Obamas,” in a July 30, 2008 profile of the president’s twelve years as a lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School.
And yet, according to longtime University of Chicago law professor Richard Epstein, Obama was never actually offered a tenured faculty position. Nor, for that matter, was he ever a “constitutional law professor.”
“I have no idea where Jodi got her story” about the tenure offer, said Epstein, adding that he immediately wrote Kantor to tell her she was wrong.
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Boy, this guy's entire life is one big lie.

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