Friday, November 29, 2013

Since the president has jumped into the slime zone with his "tea-bagger" comment...

Is this a bad time to talk about his sex life?

I mean, is there any doubt this empty suited, anti-American racist bigot doesn't swing both ways?

The guy in question, appropriately named "Reggie Love," apparently brings out the best in our sewer-brained Commander in Chief.  (Look it up.  plug in "Obama boy friend" to google, and you'll get 206,000,000 hits)

I get the left's fetish with sort of thing: leftists at all levels apparently practice the craft extensively, given their obsession about it.

But the scumbag in the White House may have tip-toed over the edge with this tidbit:

Obama Refers to Tea Party Members as 'Tea-baggers'

President Barak Obama used the sexually vulgar expression “tea-baggers” to refer to tea party members in a letter he wrote to a Texas grade school Teacher. The term “tea-baggers” has been used to ridicule the tea party, a group of American activists who advocate reducing taxes,  shrinking the size of government, and returning to traditional family values. Obama was replying to a letter he received from Thomas Ritter, a 5th grade school teacher from Irving, Texas. 

In his letter to the President, Ritter expressed deep concern that the Affordable Care Act was a law that “caused such a ­divisive, derisive and toxic environment.” Ritter said that he wrote to the President with great trepidation because he feared “retribution.” He asserted, “The reality is that any citizen that disagrees with your administration is targeted and ridiculed.” Moreover, Ritter begged the President to, “Do the right thing not the political thing. Suggest a bill that Americans can support.”
Ritter went on to accuse the President of making fun of "tea-baggers” and blamed White House Press Secretary Jay Carney for ridiculing Sarah Palin, noting that it was “beneath the dignity of the White House” to engage in this kind of political targeting. Obama defended himself, writing, “I... appreciate your concern about the toxic political environment right now. I do have to challenge you, though, on the notion that any citizen that disagrees with me has been 'targeted and ridiculed' or that I have 'made fun' of tea-baggers.”
It's unfortunate that the slimeball running the show has done more damage to this nation than practically any other cause it's been out displeasure to experience.

How I long for the simple idiocy and stupidity of Jimmy Carter.  Dumb as a board fence, but essentially without guile, he was one of the more honest morons to ever serve in the White House, but as clueless as he was (is).... compared to the current occupant, he was a genius.

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