I’ve Never Felt Like This About Someone

20 01 2009

On second thought, maybe I have.

Truth is, in 1999-2000, I hated George Bush for the motherloving President’s-son, silver-spoon, frat-boy, skull&bones, coke-blowin’,chimp-lookin’, oil-slurpin’-Texas bumpkin that I thought he was is was.

But soon thereafter, “respecting the office” meant, me caring for the man as I came to wonder how he somehow went to bed every night and believing that he actually was trying to help America, not just kill brown peoples.

Now, to review the duality and the crazy way that things work out…that if on 9/11/01 you were  told that American mainland wouldn’t be attacked again in 8 years, but that our next President would be named Barack Hussein Obama

Would you have said we won or lost?

Sorry was that ethnocentric of me?

So, Bush is now done but he’ll continue to write letters to every single family of fallen servicemen.  And supposedly bleeding heart liberals, like this A-hole Bruce Springsteen, can’t even find a single thing to thank him for.

Not a single thing.

Even in this crazy infinite world, where we can never truly know the answers to, “what if…”

They hate him like he was Saddam Hussein and it was 1998.

But it’s 2009.

Hussein (Saddam) is now a peaceful, secular victim to the crusading, genocidal war criminal and terrorist, George Bush.  Bush is so damned evil (how evil is he?) he’s so evil he inoculated the word, “Hussein” so Obama could use it as an attribute.  Bush actually opened the door for another man of perfectly opposite speaking ability, to come out of nowhere and enthrall hundreds of millions around the world with a single word.

“Change.”

See, you can’t predict anything in this madness.

Al Gore might have won Florida and gone on to invade Iraq, Saudi Arabia, AND IRAN. (Updated link here)

No?  That’s outrageous you say?

So, for a newer, wiser me and the President-I-didn’t-vote-for?

I hope and believe the office of the Presidency will sober any man right out of his partisanship.  The things that become known to him after his victory might explode normal human brains.

And so, being “blinded by my love for America,”  I already feel a bond with Obama in many respects, especially in light of recent burnt pictures of him in the Muslim world.

Importantly, 79% of Americans, meaning; over 60% of Republicans, are optimistic about an Obama Administration.  His numbers display a 20% advantage in the nation’s support over what Bush enjoyed in 2001, highlighted by this Newsbusters.org pic, taken at Bush’s inauguration.

bush-inauguration

The vast majority of Republicans are “country firsters” and realize success for Obama should mean success for America.

I’m willing to start anew and give him the benefit of the doubt until I see otherwise.  I have admonished the cognitive dissonance of liberals as they seemed to actively root for tragic milestones.  I’ll not do the same.  And, I’ll be more supportive of his domestic plans when I’m convinced he shares the belief that America is the most exceptional nation on earth, who’s culture is special and worth preserving at all costs.

Even before I’m convinced, I want to wish him well and let everyone know that I’ll be pissing liberals off by praying for President Obama and his family.

Certainly some of you are disagreeing or wondering how I can say that when I’ve been so exceptionally hard on him?

The fact is, my overt expressions on sensitive issues pertaining to Obama and my lack of trust can be directly traced to the death of the journalistic reporting.  I shouldn’t have had to dig to find a single negative story about a man who is a complete unknown, before electing him President of the United States.

Journalists nowadays are lap dogs instead of watch dogs as they have deemed it their job to transform America rather than police those who’s job that actually is.

This utter failure of the mainstream media hit Americans like a Whopper shortage and naturallycitizen amateur unlicensed non-corporate alternatives have sprung up to ask the basic questions. (Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?)

It’s big media’s fault that there weren’t professional resources allocated to investigate a lot of the crazy things that came up about Obama and for that matter, rudimentary things.  But time didn’t stop when they failed to do their job, and in the interim, a man has been elected by the majority of Americans, so I’ll be rooting for him.

Now let’s all celebrate the peaceful transfer of power and enjoy the speech written by this guy:

hillary

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3 responses

20 01 2009
nickjkirincic

good read, brother.

20 01 2009
bj

i have probably been less harsh then you on obama. i couldnt agree more with your comments on journalists. i also agree that the new president has my full support.
i must admit in listening to his speech i was almost brought to tears. certainly not because i was an obama supporter, but the pomp and circumstance and the emotion of the event is amazing. add to that a wonderful speech, makes one proud to live in the greatest country on gods green earth.
now, if he does what his speech promises, i may be back to voting for the other side myself.

20 01 2009
Steve

There is no way that the polls are correct.

The people I know are too busy trying to find work to answer any poll, much less feel “positive about the future.”

As for Bush I hated him from the beginning for reasons you never understand. He won me over on when he told that WTC worker that He heard him the world heard him and the people who took done the WTC were going to hear from all of us soon, and he then lost me again after Katrina.

But he didn’t deserve the crap that was thrown at him. And if they think that Lowry is the only one with a long term memory they are sadly mistaken. I have no respect for the Big O. Not as President. Not as a human being.

There was one time that I would “respect the office” regardless of the man but they tore that down to the point where it doesn’t have that effect anymore. Obama is not my President and the Left can expect all that they did to Bush thrown right back at them.

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