Obama Thinks You’re Stupid: Part 78734646673
We’re two days away from the dreaded “sequester” which is being hyped up as the most awful thing since awful was invented. Obama is out fearmongering – which is all he know how to do, frankly – and warning of the dire consequences if the government only spends $15 Billion more this year than they did last year.
You’d think that something so catastrophic (that’s sarcasm) would pull Obama away from the podium and have him working on proposing alternatives to the nightmare scenario he came up with in the first place, right? Wrong. He’s giving speeches. And it gets even better.
During a speech just now he said he wasn’t interested in playing the blame game. Really. He said that. It wasn’t a joke. One would have to be the lowest of low information voters to actually believe that, but in case those people are out there, let me show them what Organizing for America – Obama’s SuperPAC that is supposed to be “independent” but who runs Obama’s personal twitter account – has been saying regarding “the blame game.”
RT if you agree: It’s time for Republicans in Congress to protect middle-class families—not tax loopholes for millionaires. #JobsNotCuts
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 25, 2013
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 26, 2013
That sure reads like Obama is blaming someone, doesn’t it? It’s either Republicans or “Congress” who are at fault for the “disaster” happening if the federal government only spends a little more than last year.
Now, if we had a real media in this country, there would be more than a few articles being written about Obama’s bald-faced lies right now, but we don’t have that anymore. We have a media who thinks its job is to protect Obama’s legacy.
As a reminder, this is what the sequester looks like in relation to federal spending:
Disaster? Please. That’s a haircut. A slight one.