Friday, October 07, 2011

Obama removes all Doubt

"And so, Bill, the answer -- the question then is, will Congress do something? If Congress does something, then I can't run against a do-nothing Congress. If Congress does nothing, then it's not a matter of me running against them, I think the American people will run them out of town. Because they are frustrated." —president Barry Hussein Soetoro
My father had a saying, “It’s best for people to think you stupid than for you to open your mouth and remove all doubt.” That’s exactly what the president did in his jobs bill news conference yesterday. He stupidly spelled out exactly why he submitted his jobs bill to Congress. Listen to the following. you won’t believe how someone who thinks himself to be so smart can be so dumb. (see 41sec video)

Here is what we learned from the president’s moment of unbridled truth. This whole presenting Congress with a jobs bill is a sham. The scenario was creating to give the president an antagonist to run against. Since the “blame Bush” days are all but over the president needed a new Bush, that’s right Congress is the new Bush.

So reading between the lines the president and his advisers thought that since they were catching all the heat for their failed jobs creation stimulus packages they would turn the tables and attempt to make Congress the scapegoat. So the president submitted a “jobs bill” to Congress and demanded that they pass it.

This removes the focus off of his 2 ½ years of doing nothing to save or create jobs and places the focus on Congress in this run up to election year.

The only thing is what the president submitted to Congress was not a jobs bill. What he submitted was a tax increase disguised as a jobs bill.

But listen to what he says in the news conference he says if the Congress does something or if the Congress passes his tax increases he can’t run against a do nothing Congress. If they don’t pass his “jobs bill” then the American people will vote them out.

This is what the president really wishes would happen. This is the scenario he’d like to create but this is not reality. Yet when he tells the American people this much what it does is, it gives us an insight into the mind of a seriously partisan divider who attempted to use a phony jobs bill as a wedge issue, pitting Americans against Americans while he stands by attempting to pretend that he is innocent of any wrongdoing.

However, in it all, the president did get one thing correct. The American people are frustrated all right. We are frustrated with politicians who think they are too smart by half.

The American people are frustrated with politicians who believe they can play little manipulative word games on us. Politicians who think they can create fictitious scenarios like a “jobs bill” equally frustrate us. However, what is most irritating is politicians believe we are supposed to vote them back into a job that they can’t do and are obviously over their heads.

I’m speaking of president Barry Hussein Soetoro in particular. Clearly, the job of the presidency is way over his head and it is obvious that he thinks that we’re too stupid to notice. He just made it abundantly clear in this press conference, in which he's blamed Congress for his failed Jobs policies, that he is not qualified to be president.

I would say the president opened his mouth and removed all doubt.