Time for us to “cackle”. The first in our series of articles “Obama Is The Third Bush Term” was published on November 13, 2008 – less than a week after the November 2008 elections (don’t miss our pictorial representation of “Obama is the Third Bush Term” on the lower right hand column). This week Obama thug Robert Gibbs lost his mind over that one.
“Culture of Corruption”? We began to expose the Obama Dimocrat “Culture of Corruption” before Michelle Malkin even dreamed of her book (see, June 2, 2008’s “The Democratic? Party Fractures; see, June 4, 2008’s “Rezko Convicted – Culture Of Corruption – Barack Obama“; see July 2, 2008’s “Barack Obama’s Chicago Culture Of Corruption” as examples).
We hit the bulls-eye with those prescient evaluations. But only now are the Hopium Guzzlers beginning to understand how right we have been with this: “The antidote to the poison which is Barack Obama is devastating defeat for his drone Dimocrats.”
When we wrote “Tough Times Ahead For Hillary Clinton Supporters” the central thesis of our argument was resisted. We argued that
“The tough times will come because in order to do what is best for the country and to resurrect the now dead Democratic Party of FDR and Hillary Clinton we will have to assist in the destruction of the Obama Dimocratic Party.
Lifelong Democrats will find the purposeful destruction of a party disguised as the Democratic Party a difficult decision to make. [snip]
We still believe that in order to bring sanity to the process we must make sure that the Obama Dimocratic Party suffers devastating defeat in election after election after election.“
The resistance to our strategy of doom, destruction, defeat was a misguided call to think first of “the issues” and “principles”. Our response was “what principles? – Obama has no principles other than self-agrandizement”. We asked a devastating question:
“The argument is we must support Dimocrats who stabbed us in the back. Where does that get us? Where has that argument gotten the Nutroots?”
We now have an answer from the Nutroots. The very same answer the PUMA movement came up with in 2008, the very same answer we gave in 2008, is now dawning on the “creative class” Nutroots. Here is what happened, courtesy of JournoLister Ben Smith:
“A prominent progressive who backed Obama early doesn’t buy my theory that the White House’s attitude toward the “professional left” comes from a sense that Obama won Iowa without its help.
But after Iowa, from the vantage point of Gibbs and others who had begun two years earlier, was very late in the game. If you were with Obama before Iowa, you were making an investment. If you were there after Iowa, you were jumping on the bandwagon, going with the front-runner. You would still incur gratitude — but the risk you were taking just wasn’t the same.
My correspondent furiously e-mails:
F*** them. We were with them pretty damn early on, and they still treated us like sh**, after they used us, and then came back and begged for more help when the going got tough in September. [Economist Joe] Stiglitz was with them from the beginning, and they treated him like sh**. So, with all due respect, f*** them. This isn’t about them not liking people who came late to the ball game. It’s about the smartest people in the world and the smartest candidate in the world thinking they don’t need anyone’s help, because they’re just so much damn better than everyone else, and thinking they did it all without anyone’s help. They need some serious come-uppance or we’re all f***ed.“
That “prominent progressive” Hopium Guzzler, now gets it. They need some serious come-uppance or we’re all f***ed. Only now does he understand what we said for so long. The only way to deal with thugs, Obama thugs, Chicago thugs, is to punch them in the face. No words just punch them in the face. F**k ‘em.I knew the day was coming, I just didn't know it would get here so soon. I was guessing we would be into 2012 when reality about Barry O would begin emerging. I'm not complaing, believe me. I'm thrilled. ANd, like everyone else, I've had to live in a world where a lot of hopium addicts thought they were sane and healthy and babbled away never guessing just how much of their illness was on display.
Most people, I don't blame. Average voter? I don't blame her or him. They were juggling a lot of things and went by what the media told them.
I do blame the media. I do blame Barack's campaign. I do blame Barack.
I also blame outside groups.
How about the Green Party which allegedly believes in democracy but somehow missed what took place in the primaries, forgot to defend voters, couldn't explain (and didn't try) why the candidate with the most votes (Hillary) ended up losing the nomination.
I blame a lot of people like Kimberly Wilder -- who may be a Green again (last I heard, she was announcing she was leaving the Green Party) -- who were so hateful of Hillary Clinton that nothing else mattered.
The underinformed Kimmy Wilder didn't care about fairness, she didn't care about count all the votes, she didn't even care that when it was time to vote at the convention, Nancy Pelosi cut off the votes just as it was about to get started (she cut it off before California could vote, the states voted alphabetically).
Kimmy didn't care. White Momma just wanted to show the world she loved the Black man. And when there's no Black man in the room, go for the mixed guy. In fact, she's like Ann Dunham who -- pay attention to the insults Barack's made about his mother over the years (and read that first book) -- apparently was the first White Momma.
They only cared about Barack. Not about the people. Kimmy made that clear. And once Barack was elected, Kimmy didn't care about being a Green anymore. She wanted to get on board the Barack Train.
People like that, I blame.
Check out this photo of a wrecked tennis racket. Kat e-mailed me that.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"