Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Unconscionable Incompetence or God sending a message?

President Soetoro writing in the Sand?

The last time someone of great import squatted down to write in the sand His message was, “Let him without sin, cast the first stone.”

Last Friday President Barry Hussein Soetoro, someone who thinks he is of great import, squatted down and stuck his finger in the sand at Grand Isle, Louisiana. Just one of many beaches where oil from the worst oil drilling disaster in the history of the United States is lapping up onto shores and beaches of America. My guess is, if president Soetoro wrote anything in the sand he wrote, “This is Bush’s Fault.”

Most of us remember the kind words of support that Senator Soetoro had for his predecessor who had to cope with the human devastation and political fallout of hurricane Katrina. Soetoro called President Bush’s efforts to get relief aid to the victims of Katrina, “unconscionable incompetence.”

It is funny how someone who was so judgmental about President Bush’s efforts is now facing his own “Katrina” like disaster and the only words that come to mind are the same words used by then Senator Soetoro, “unconscionable incompetence.” Kind of makes one a believer in universal Karma doesn’t it?

Or even God.

Speaking of God, Progressives are saying that this oil spill is God’s way of telling America not to drill for oil. If you listen to Progressives God’s not happy with coal either. Ted Turner is a Progressive who has been attempting to get Good green laws passed in Congress. He says that God prefers new energy alternatives like solar, wind power and geo-thermo energies opposed to dirty old oil and coal. (see 1:22min video)

“I’m not a real religious person, but I’m somewhat religious. And I’m just wondering if God is telling us he doesn’t want us to drill offshore. And right before that we had that coal mine disaster in West Virginia where we lost 29 miners,” as well as repeated mining disasters – “seems like there’s one over there every week” – in China.
“Maybe the Lord’s tired of having the mountains of West Virginia, the tops knocked off of them so they can get more coal. I think maybe we ought to just leave the coal in the ground and go with solar and wind power and geo-thermals where it’s applicable.”—Ted Turner

This oil spill began on April 20, 2010. And the Barry Hussein Soetoro administration would have us to believe that they were working to plug the hole since, “day one!” If so, that’s 47 days of futility. Surprising, I must say especially coming from someone who promised the world that his election as president would cause lower ocean levels. (see 30sec. video)

Yes, yes this is our moment America…this is our time. But I can’t quite shake the metaphor of this disaster, black crude oil lapping up on America’s shores (because Daddy can’t plug the hole in the ocean).

Like the 40 million illegal Mexican nationals lapping up on America’s shores, America’s classrooms, America’s hospital emergency rooms, in front of America’s Home Depots and marching, protesting in America’s streets. Lapping ever lapping like sticky black goo because Daddy can’t plug the hole at our borders.

And I wonder maybe God is sending us a message that he no longer approves of our Constitution. Maybe God intended for a world without borders.

Or maybe it’s just the alternative; Daddy can’t plug either hole because of his unconscionable incompetence!

Either way the fact that president Soetoro can’t plug either hole are both arguments in my thinking for Karma or God or the alternative, unconscionable incompetence—President Soetoro’s own unconscionable incompetence!

To which, I have to ask, are we still the ones we’ve been waiting for?

Oh yes, Mr. President here are more of your own words from the gulf states, border states and all states beyond that are affected by both spills—Plug the DAMN holes!

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous9:51 AM

    Here is proof that, thanks to Obamacare, Holy Islamic Sharia Justice is NOW the Law of the Land:

    Praises ever be to Allah!