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Magic Negro Calls For Civility From Teabaggers

The President just jumped the shark.

Days after calling for less heated political rhetoric, President Obama is quoted in a new book blaming House Republicans for creating the "tea-baggers."

Now, remember, the president super-intelligent, and so much smarter than the rest of us.

So it's not only impossible, but racist to think that he was ignorant of the sexual connotation fo the term "tea-bagger."

It's also impossible and racist to think that he is ignorant of the fact that the Tea Party movement is pretty solidly anti-establishment, and while they might like individual members of Congress, they seem to be so fed up with the government that they'd cheerfully sieze the opportunity to toss out of office every single member of Congress.

So he's obviously lying.

Nah. Even I don't buy that. I think that Obama, for all his vaunted intelligence, is that sheltered and narcissistic and arrogant that he simply can't conceive of a legitimate grass-roots movement (after all, one of his closest advisors is David "King of Astroturf" Axelrod) that has solid, valid, legitimate reasons for opposing his agenda. That there are people who, no matter how long he spends talking about how great his plans are, will just say "no" and reject them for entirely valid reasons.

You got spoiled in Chicago, Mr. President. You got used to being part of a single-party political machine that never really had to compete to get its way, just brute force. And that ain't gonna work on the national stage.

And the harder you try to make it work, the more epic your fail will be.

And while I'd love to relish your failure, you ain't gonna go down all by your lonesome. No, you're gonna take a good chunk of us down with you.

What's it going to take to get you to wake up and learn something?

Update: I better offer a bit of context for that title...


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Comments (26)

Ole' jugg ears is a shamel... (Below threshold)
914:

Ole' jugg ears is a shameless lame duck anyways.

Casting blame on others and racebaitin wont help, come Nov the narcisstic one is going to learn some humility.

I'm fairly certain that eve... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

I'm fairly certain that even a clue x 4 applied vigorously upside the head by Thor is going to save his bigoted Marxist ass.

I hope his fail is so epic that it will be remembered for decades as the biggest political miscalculation in US history.

Wow.You know, I'm ... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

Wow.

You know, I'm not sure that I'd classify Obama as being intelligent, Jay.

Cunning? Yes.

Sly? Certainly.

Opportunistic? Hell, yes.

Charismatic? Oh, lordy - unbelieveably so. On 2d6 he rolled boxcars. But as any D&D nut knows, you max out one attribute, others suffer.

So... intelligent? I'm reserving my opinion. Still haven't seen his grades, and though I'm aware that intelligence doesn't equal good grades, I need something other than syncophants going "He's so smart!" as proof of his godlike wisdom. When he tries to talk off the cuff - it's not good.

But hey - as you point out he's the man with the plan, the dude in the driver's seat. And the bus is going... well, hope and change, baby - hope and change!

JLawson The Obama ... (Below threshold)
hcddbz:

JLawson

The Obama The Bard
CHA 20
Wisdom 3
INT 3
STR 12
DEX 12
CON 15

Wisdom
The quality or state of being wise; knowledge of what is true or right coupled with just judgment as to action; sagacity, discernment, or insight.

intelligence 1 a (1) : the ability to learn or understand or to deal with new or trying situations : reason; also : the skilled use of reason (2) : the ability to apply knowledge to manipulate one's environment or to think abstractly as measured by objective criteria (as tests) b Christian Science : the basic eternal quality of divine Mind c : mental acutene
And the question is, hcddbz... (Below threshold)
JLawson:

And the question is, hcddbz, what his alignment is. I'm willing to give him the benefit of the doubt and say chaotic neutral, but lawful or chaotic evil isn't out of the running.

Law implies honor, trustworthiness, obedience to authority, and reliability. On the downside, lawfulness can include closed-mindedness, reactionary adherence to tradition, judgmentalness, and a lack of adaptability. Those who consciously promote lawfulness say that only lawful behavior creates a society in which people can depend on each other and make the right decisions in full confidence that others will act as they should.

Chaos implies freedom, adaptability, and flexibility. On the downside, chaos can include recklessness, resentment toward legitimate authority, arbitrary actions, and irresponsibility. Those who promote chaotic behavior say that only unfettered personal freedom allows people to express themselves fully and lets society benefit from the potential that its individuals have within them.

Someone who is neutral with respect to law and chaos has a normal respect for authority and feels neither a compulsion to obey nor a compulsion to rebel. They are honest but can be tempted into lying or deceiving others.
Either way, it's gonna be a hell of a dungeon crawl, and one I'd rather not have been dragged into...

'Carter Cubed' gets dumber ... (Below threshold)
GianiD:

'Carter Cubed' gets dumber by the day.

His anemic response to the oil spill and to the TN flooding makes the Nagin-Blanco response to a Cat 5 hurricane look competent.

Poor President Thin Skin. ... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Poor President Thin Skin. Can dish it out, but can't take it.

Hey Barry! Maybe if you didn't denigrate the opposition, you'd take less heat in return. But that ain't "the Chicago way" is it, Barry?

Things will CHANGE. November 2012.

lol... ... (Below threshold)
Lee Ward:

lol...

If that was a test post to ... (Below threshold)

If that was a test post to see if you've been banned, Lee, the answer is no. Trust me, if I were to ban you, I'd make a big deal out of it.

FYI, Larry Sinclair keeps e-mailing me and asking if I know how he can get hold of you... and just what Tea Parties did that raaaaacist Times Square bomber attend?

J.

Have to wonder jus... (Below threshold)
irongrampa:


Have to wonder just how one of these Tea Party detractors would react to being addressed by a similar vulgar epithet? It's a sure bet that most of the Tea Partiers never read the urban dictionary's definition of the term.

Don't believe I've ever seen a movement so grass-roots based ever. Having attended several protests and talked with numerous people in each,I was struck by the fact these are everyday people with no single political bent, people who would never dream of gathering and protesting like this.

So, DC, you woke the people across the nation here, and I suspect in November the result of that awakening will become quite clear.

And there's NOTHING the left can do to stop it.

Stay classy Mr. O. And keep... (Below threshold)

Stay classy Mr. O. And keep aiming the barrel right at your foot.

Maybe Obama should start th... (Below threshold)
retired military:

Maybe Obama should start the civility bandwagon by talking to these folks

http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/dnc-letter.jpg

Democrats would never accep... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Democrats would never accept political donations from large corporations.

Hahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I'm sorry Barry, I can't he... (Below threshold)
DSkinner:

I'm sorry Barry, I can't hear you with my balls in your mouth. If I'm a teabagger then you must be a teabaggie. Suck it!

Obama has never made a sing... (Below threshold)
Jim Addison:

Obama has never made a single bipartisan move since being elected to the US Senate unless there was a specific political calculation behind it. He is by far the most partisan President of the modern era.

He avoids dealing with Republicans even when it might have benefited him, such as in the health care legislation - until Scott Brown upset the filibuster-proof majority in the Senate, and he suckered the GOP into the dog-and-pony show.

The sooner we get this extremist out of office, the better.

re: retired military's link... (Below threshold)
_Mike_:

re: retired military's link

Wow... "keep a boot on the throat". Talk about incendiary speech hate speech.

And then there's the previous talk about "pitchforks", they certainly like references to threats of violence.

I'm Proud to Be a Te... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:


I'm Proud to Be a Tea Bagger
by Andrew Breitbart

http://biggovernment.com/abreitbart/2010/04/14/im-proud-to-be-a-tea-bagger/

Adrian, where is osama bin ... (Below threshold)
Drago:

Adrian, where is osama bin laden?

Partial list of words with ... (Below threshold)
Adrian Browne:

Partial list of words with two meanings the president should avoid:

bitch
coke
nut(s)
clap
ball(s)
knockers
snatch

I have an ex-wife who pulls... (Below threshold)
epador:

I have an ex-wife who pulls this shit. She has borderline personality disorder. Personally, I am beginning to agree with the narcissistic personality disorder diagnosis so freely deployed before the election. This is pathologic folks.

I'm not talking about a person. I am talking about a political party.

Thin-skinned and with a lot... (Below threshold)

Thin-skinned and with a lot to HIDE if one is to believe the boys over at HillBuzz! He just cannot help being a jerk; it's the single biggest portion of his personality!

By participating in the sla... (Below threshold)
vinnievin:

By participating in the slander, BHO has, in my mind, erased any victimhood he and his wife have claimed to have been exposed to through being a minority.

Previously, I have only related to much of the agenda of the Tea Party. But now, I am a Tea Party member.

From here on out, whenever I hear a woman use the term 'teabagger', I will call them an 'ignorant slut'. When I hear a man use the term, I will find some other term that I know will offend them equally (probably 'ignorant slut'). When they react as I expect they will, I will say - what's wrong? It's just a little playful term, what did I say?

The president is supposed to be above such rhetoric. When Obama was elected, I thought - at least we have a president who can read now. But I would rather have an illiterate yet respectful president than what we have now.

I would rather take the high road and apply the principles of Theodore Frederick - and maybe one day I can aspire to that level of greatness - but today I am simply offended.

Obama reminds me of the two... (Below threshold)
GarandFan:

Obama reminds me of the two 'affirmative action' cops who were hired in Detroit some years ago. They shot each other one day at beginning of shift after arguing over who was going to drive.

Now we see what happens when we have an "affirmative action" president with a really thin skin.

The left was worried that Cheney/Bush/Hitler/Haliburton would cancel the 2008 elections. From his actions so far, I wouldn't put it past Barry and company to actually try it.

Barry, I see you and raise ... (Below threshold)
Tammy:

Barry, I see you and raise you a middle finger.

Since "teabagger" is nearly... (Below threshold)
Hangtown Bob:

Since "teabagger" is nearly synonymous with "c*cksucker", we should be headlining these Obama stories with "Obama calls protesters "C*cksuckers". Maybe that would wake up some of these mind-numbed fools.

Magic Negro=??Blac... (Below threshold)
914:

Magic Negro=??

Black Magic?




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