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Racist Michelle Obama’s Insulting ‘Get out the Vote’ Message to African Americans

Presentation1First lady Michelle Obama sent a TV message to black voters.

On TV One, a station whose motto is: “Where Black Life Unfolds,” the first lady told “News One Daily” host  Roland Martin this:

And that’s my message to voters, this isn’t about Barack, it’s not about a person on that ballot– its about you. And for most of the people we are talking to, a Democratic ticket is the clear ticket that we should be voting on, regardless of who said what or did this– that shouldn’t even come into the equation.

Then Michelle Obama gave everyone who votes permission to eat, are you ready, fried chicken! I repeat, Michelle gave all black listeners dispensation to indulge in fried chicken as a reward for voting.

Roland asked the first lady: “So can we, if we go out to the polls, can we, say, we have a souls-to-polls on Sunday, can we do soul food after we vote?”

To which she responded:

Absolutely. I give everyone full permission to eat some fried chicken after they vote. Only after, if you haven’t voted… You make a good point. Because I am, I do talk about health. But I think that a good victory for Democrats on Tuesday, you know, should be rewarded with some fried chicken.

In the spirit of racist Michelle Obama pigeonholing all black people and using insulting stereotypical incentives to try to lure blacks to the polls to vote Democrat, the first lady should have just gone all the way with her ‘Get Out the Vote’ message and used every imaginable offensive stereotype by saying the following:

Hey all you lazy-ass, welfare-gettin’ mofos! You know who you are; you’re late all the time, so the first lady is telling all the baby Mamas and baby Daddies just once: “You have until 8:00 pm to get your lazy butts to the polls.”

Put down your weed and your Newports, get the 30 other ‘hood rats you live with to come too, and get it in gear.

And don’t even think about jacking a car to get there, there will be none of that. Tell all the basketball players in the ‘hood to carry you if you’re too tired or too fat to walk.

I’m Michelle Obama, and believe me, I’m well aware some of you can’t read the ballot, and that is a challenge for sure. So, do you at least know what the letter “D” looks like? Try hard to remember: “D” was the only letter on your report card until 6th grade when y’all dropped out of school.

So look for the “D” and just vote “D” all the way across, because if you do, “Yes We Can” Barack has a big surprise: Free fried chicken, watermelon, and a Trayvon Martin hoodie for all black voters.

This is important, because if you don’t vote, all those nasty white people are going to come down hard on your welfare benefits. White people are gonna come to the ghetto where y’all live and arrest all the drug dealers and cart away all the free stuff Barack gave you, like those free Obama phones.

Do you want that to happen?

You know that I know that you’re not the most trustworthy bunch, that’s a given. But if you’re tempted to stay home, stop and think about the fried chicken, the watermelon and the hoodies!

When you get to the polling place, try not to be too loud, too rude, or too aggressive. Leave that to the New Black Panthers. And please do not tell too many white people jokes while standing in line.

Watch my lips: Go into the booth, vote “D,” collect your chicken, and then get the hell out of there!

Don’t worry about what candidate did and said what; you’re black and blacks vote “D!” That’s all you need to know.

Do it for me and Barack because you are our peeps! And keep your eye on that fried chicken.

Special Message to New Black Panthers: If white people try to vote and you don’t have a billy club, just beat ‘em back with a drum stick.

If Michelle’s idea works, and blacks show up at the polls, maybe for the next election Rudy Giuliani can help get out the Italian vote by promising the paisanos some salami and provolone.

 

Outsmarting a Chicago Smarty at His Own Game

Originally posted at American Thinker

It’s a week since the 2012 election, and personally, I’m totally disoriented.  I mistook Friday for Wednesday; I live on an island destroyed by hurricane Sandy; and my overall mood borders on despondent.  For me, anyway, it’s depressing that left-wing academes, women in vagina suits, illegal aliens, liberal progressives, 85% of all Muslims living in America, and Hugo Chávez, Vladimir Putin, Fidel Castro, and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad are all equally ecstatic about the re-election of Barack Obama.

While disconcerting to most, those types of accolades have not been wasted on the president.  He has mistaken a non-mandate for a mandate and is wasting zero time frenetically fast-tracking policies guaranteed to further limit the constitutional freedoms of every American, including those who were twirling around like Deadheads after the November 6 election was called.

And even though the Republicans retained control of the House, in the bleakness and disappointment that remains, there seems to be little hope left for those who thought the election would turn out differently.

The truth is that while the last vestiges of freedom hinge directly on state representatives who attest to conservative principles, hearing Barry’s favorite golf partner John Boehner saying that ObamaCare is now “the law of the land” has made many, including myself, want to throw ourselves off that “fiscal cliff” that’s currently the topic of alarmed discussion.

On the day following the election, Speaker Boehner politely acquiesced to the effect that the people’s choice indicates that indeed this is Barack Obama’s “moment.”  However, Boehner did maintain that while he’s committed to assisting the president in reining in entitlement programs and is anxious to support serious spending cuts, Congress is not open to punishing small business owners — i.e., “the rich” — with tax increases.

Sorry, but John Boehner feigning bravado coupled with Barack Obama’s self-assured swaggering has only added to the pervading depression that has gripped half the country.  What America is currently being subjected to by Barack Obama is the same “I won” attitude he had in 2009 when he proposed and implemented his failed $787-billion stimulus package.

Nonetheless, John Boehner has encouraged the president to take the lead.  Yet for the sake of the future of America, at this juncture, John is the one who should be doing the leading.

Instead of immediately extending an olive branch, what the speaker of the House should recognize is that he’s the one who holds the power when it comes to everything the cocksure Obama believes he now controls.  If Mr. Boehner spent more time paying attention and less time at the tanning salon, he might realize that the key to hamstringing Barack Obama’s goals is to outsmart a Chicago smarty at his own game.

How?  Well, before election week ended, the retired four-star general/civilian CIA director General David Petraeus admitted to an extramarital affair and promptly stepped down.  Petraeus’s shocking resignation took place one week prior to being compelled to testify before Congress about the seven-hour terrorist attack on the Libyan consulate in Benghazi that took the lives of four Americans on the anniversary of September 11.

As a group, most Obama voters have proven to be generally oblivious to the more serious issues facing America’s future.  Perhaps David Petraeus’s suspiciously timed resignation will be the thing that finally captures the attention of those who, thus far, have been more concerned with Big Bird and birth control than an American ambassador being raped, tortured, and killed.

Therefore, instead of allowing the haughty Barack Obama to continue calling the shots, House Republicans could use General Petraeus’s resignation as a catalyst to wrest control from the president and place it back into the hands of the American people.

To do so, it would be necessary for congressional Republicans to muster up the temerity to use the Benghazi cover-up as clout; then, once they’re hit in the paycheck, even those who supported the foolishly reelected Two-Term Terminator will be demanding answers about what went down in Libya.

In lieu of Petraeus’s testimony, the first step would be for Republicans to promptly petition the White House to hand over all correspondence relating to the Benghazi event.  John Boehner could then demand pertinent evidence including e-mails and videos from the Situation Room, from which place the terrorist attack was taped as it unfolded in real time.  If Barack Obama and his minions choose to continue to stonewall, the speaker will be justified in countering the president’s refusal by publicly refusing to comply with budgetary negotiations, including discussions about tax cuts, rates, and revenue.

If Mr. Boehner manages to effectively utilize the incident in Benghazi for political leverage and the nation subsequently careens forward over the “fiscal cliff,” the president can then be held accountable.  Moreover, Boehner will at least have a fighting chance to make the argument that the nation’s economic woes are a result of the White House refusing to come clean.

In other words, if, on behalf of the American people, Republicans in Congress suck it up and grasp the optimal set of circumstances currently before them, then, caught between a “fiscal cliff” and Benghazi, Barack Obama will be the one doing the surrendering, not the other way around.

John Boehner Should Get Out of Obama’s Way

Originally posted at American Thinker blog

Based on the dismal state of the union and after four years of doing exactly what Rush Limbaugh said he hoped that he would do, by any thinking person’s standards President Barack Obama has indeed “failed.” Yet, despite the catastrophe, on Election Day the American people inexplicably invited the President to spend the next four years beating the dead horse that he killed during his first term.

The next day, after being MIA for months, Speaker of the House John Boehner crawled out of the tanning bed long enough to publicly assure the President that House Republicans plan to work with him on his sole first-term accomplishment – the looming “fiscal cliff.”

Wait a minute, wasn’t it way back in 2008 that Barack Obama told America that “this is the moment” when good jobs would be provided for the jobless, the rise of the oceans would slow, and the planet would begin to heal? Why then, as America drowns in an ocean of debt and sinks in a sea of unemployment, would the Speaker of the House tell Obama “This is your moment…we want you to succeed?”

Reminiscent of candidate Obama exalting himself while on the campaign trail in 2008, Boehner said:

Mr. President, this is your moment. We’re ready to be led not as Democrats or Republicans, but as Americans. We want you to lead not as a liberal or a conservative, but as the president of the United States of America. We want you to succeed. Let’s challenge ourselves to find the common ground that has eluded us.

In addition to those comments, did the Speaker of the House really say that “If there’s a mandate in … [the election] results it’s a mandate for us to find a way to work together on the solutions to the challenges that we all face as a nation?”

Well, what Boehner may not have anticipated is that come January working together on solutions will likely include figuring out how to prevent the President’s ardent supporters from melting down when they realize that voting for him did not exempt them from the middle class tax increase that’s due to hit hard when the Bush-era tax cuts expire.

Nonetheless, one way Republicans can still embrace our intrepid leader is by supporting automatic cuts in defense spending.  After all, as a Russian nuclear submarine trawls the waters off the east coast of the US, cutting defense spending will help Barack Obama deliver the flexibility he promised comrade Vladimir Putin.

Moreover, if “reaching across the aisle” is the Speaker’s genuine objective, maybe as an inaugural gift congressional Republicans can hand the Biggest Big Spender in American history a no-limit charge card by agreeing to increase the debt ceiling.

John Boehner did claim that the post-election plan is to help Barack Obama move the country FORWARD. But, by the Speaker continuing to insist that raising the top tax rate in a bad economy would hurt small businesses he threatens the elusive “common ground” that he seeks.

However, if Boehner believes that this is truly Barack Obama’s “moment,” why not just let the President do whatever he wants? Republicans in Congress should politely step aside and allow Obama to finish what he started. In so doing, they will inoculate themselves against any ensuing liability as well as avoid becoming the object of Obama’s notorious blame game.

And so, as conciliatory bipartisanship is cultivated and John Boehner encourages Barack Obama to forge ahead, one can only hope that the newfound collegiality in Washington DC includes Republicans helping our determined liberal leader to aim that big ole’ policy gun he has pointed at America’s head downward toward his own foot.

The Stink Bug Scourge of DC

Originally posted at American Thinker Blog

Washington DC, which has been visited by flies, swarming bees and even a rodent or two has recently been visited by an infestation of  “smelly, pesky bugs known as stink bugs.”

For regular people stink bugs are just an annoyance. However, when observing the characteristics of stink bugs one can’t help but notice the similarity to Democrats who, when in power, display traits akin to an irritating insect.

For instance, stink bugs are presently in the process of crushing the harvest of Northeastern fruit growers. “The bug definitely has the ability to puncture fruit and cause some damage and make it un-marketable.” Likewise, political creepy-crawlers are busy crushing, devouring and destroying the fruit born from the laborious sweat of American brows.

One distinguishing characteristic of the brown marmorated insect overrunning DC is its tendency to seek winter refuge. Like stink bugs, Congress closes shop in the fall and reemerges in the spring.

Taking a cue from stink bugs, a Congress infested with Democrats, for the first time since 1960, is considering suspending session three weeks early. Like halyomorpha halys Congress, “wants to find a place to chill out for the winter.”

Entomologists claim stink bugs don’t gravitate indoors for “warmth…[but]… for refuge.” House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-VA) verifies stink bug-similarity by contending Democrats fleeing Washington DC seek refuge only because “they haven’t a clue when it comes to creating jobs and getting Americans back to work.”

Similar to the present Washington DC pentatomidae family insect plague, Democrats also feed off a host and tunnel into private premises uninvited. Together with an insect infestation, political pests are simultaneously “flooding houses,” burrowing into finances, health care decisions and even food choices.” Enough with simply swatting away the culprits, its time to take radical steps and “close off the small spaces” where entry is gained and prevent unwanted political policies from infiltrating freedom and lives.

If that doesn’t work experts say, “You can also always call pest control,” which is exactly the plan for Election Day.

However, stink bugs, are unique in how they react to disturbance. In general, both the bugs and the majority party in Washington stink.   However, when anticipating death, both species “emit a pungent odor,” which in turn, makes the smell even worse.  The odiferous stench invading America’s nostrils results from stink bugs anticipating a crushing death knell scheduled for November 2nd.

Michael Raupp, an entomology professor at the University of Maryland recommends vacuuming up stink bugs with a Shop Vac®. Professor Raupp’s instructions: When stink bugs see the vacuum cleaner headed their way be prepared because they’ll let loose and stink a lot.  Disregard the smell, take that vacuum bag and treat it with “extreme prejudice.”  Put the bug-laden sack in the garbage can, “smash it and if necessary burn it.”

American Pest spokesperson, Wayne White maintains, stink bugs, “cause no harm,” they’re “just a nuisance.”  While the insect version of halyomorpha halys is benign, their stinky political counterpart is quite the opposite.  Thus, American voters plan to invest the next two years eradicating Washington DC from the blight of creepy Democrats.

Michael Raupp emphatically stresses, “Get rid of these things because if you simply put them outside they can escape or something like that so… annihilate them.”

The last thing America needs is for political stink bugs to resurface at a later date.  Better to adequately administer a single application of electoral pesticide purging Washington DC from a putrid scourge of Democrat stink bugs.

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