Monday, February 23, 2009

The President has no Clothes

Protestors line up for President Barack Obama's visit to Dobson High School Wednesday morning.
Some of the students attentively watched the speech, giving questioning looks and comments, shaking their heads and laughing at some of Obama’s words.

Other students listened, occasionally glancing up to watch, while texting on their cell phones, reading a book or finishing school work.
-- Hayley Ringle
Hans Christian Anderson’s remarkable 1837 the tale of swindlers coming into town to take advantage of people’s hubris and conformity is being played out in the Obama administration in this the 21st century.

The swindlers, tailors, thought if they could spin an elaborate ruse about fine clothing and exclusiveness (only the very enlighten would be able to see the clothing) they could make millions so the story goes.

They would have gotten clean away with the scam too without one person coming out of their politically correct imposed silence had it not been for a mere child a little boy who was not taken in by all the pretense and said it like he saw it.

“The Emperor has on no clothes!” The child proclaimed and the towns people were finally free to say what they all knew but were afraid to say from fear of appearing nonconformist and ignorant. Indeed the Emperor was parading before them in his underwear and expected them to believe that he had on clothes.

President Barack Hussein Obama recently visited Dobson High School in Mesa Arizona to tout his Economic Stimulus bill which he had just signed into law. The President and his advisors thought it wise for him to go on tour to sell the new law to the American people. (see story)
“Overall I think it’s a good idea, but he’s not addressing the issues of the economic crisis.

The spending bill he just passed is just progressing the Democratic agenda rather than addressing the economic issues in the country.”
— Syna Daudfar, Senior Advance Placement Student
Daudfar thinks Obama’s plan is backward and deals with the “less important stuff” first. “Bailing out businesses” and “providing better regulatory systems for giving out money to businesses” should have been first, he said.

“If businesses can’t afford to hire people, then people won’t be able to work and pay off their mortgages,” he said. “It’s kind of like putting money into a funnel.”

Ahh… the fresh insight of children when grown-ups are using such arguments like the President made before his loyal Democrat partisans, "So then you get the argument, well, this is not a stimulus bill, this is a spending bill. What do you think a stimulus is? (Laughter and applause.) That's the whole point. No, seriously. (Laughter.) That's the point. (Applause.) "(source)

You see President Obama readily admits "the whole point" of his "stimulus" bill is government SPENDING for Democrat purposes which many of us believe is partisan and wasteful spending! (see video)

Finally the students of Dobson High wondered why they where being used as political staging when what the President was speaking about had absolutely nothing to do with them.
The students also questioned why Obama chose their school for his speech since he wasn’t talking about education and wondered how much money the district spent on beautifying the campus while district positions and services are being cut.

District officials noted this week that the landscaping project completed over the weekend at Dobson was already in the works and was just expedited by the president’s visit. Funding came from voter-approved bonds.
-- Hayley Ringle
Get used to it kids because to this administration it seems that the whole world is a stage from which to parade naked partisanship, naked Democrat propaganda and $3.27Trillion dollar Democrat spending bills like invisible suits of clothes for the President to wear before the American people and before you at Dobson High school.

And you kids saw right though it and said, “This bill promotes the naked Democrat agenda!”

That’s right kids this President has no clothes other than naked partisanship!

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