A President Not Fit for Man or Beast

Now that Romney has sewn up the nomination, it’s time we all concentrated on the best way to prevent Obama and his creepy cronies from finally turning America, the shining city on the hill, into a cesspool.

When people wonder how the liberals gained so much influence, I point to the 60s. That was the era when young people first discovered how much power and influence they had so long as they acted in unison. By the time they had gotten through college, they decided the best way to hang on to power and influence was by pursuing careers in law and academics. By the time that Woodward and Bernstein managed to chase Richard Nixon out of the White House, those who didn’t have the requisite brain power to become lawyers, judges and professors, became social workers, public school teachers and journalists.

What these people tend to have in common is the notion that America is an evil, greedy, materialistic, racist, warlike nation, that fails to measure up to places like Cuba, Russia, Iran, China and the West Bank.

They believe that whites, other than themselves, are racists, but that blacks, 97% of whom voted for Barack Obama, who allow people like Al Sharpton, Maxine Waters and Jesse Jackson, to speak for them and whose ministers, more often than not, parrot the same tripe as Jeremiah Wright, are not.

My advice to Romney is to stop telling us he thinks Obama is a nice guy. We’ve had over three years of this guy cozying up to our sworn enemies while insulting our allies; redistributing everybody’s wealth but his own; saddling us with a debt that will bankrupt our grandchildren; and crippling America’s sources of energy. That may be Romney’s idea of a nice guy, but it’s my idea of a schmuck.

We already had John McCain run a campaign that was so separated from reality that he wouldn’t even permit the Party to run an ad that connected Obama to his religious mentor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, because he suffered from the delusion that he was behaving in a statesmanlike way, overlooking the fact that the only time a politician is referred to as a statesman is in his obituary.

I remain convinced that Romney is the best man to unseat Obama, but he will need to start waking up Americans. It’s time for another Paul Revere to warn his countrymen that the enemy is upon us, and that behind the smile, Obama is an anti-American, anti-capitalist, demon.

Unlike most politicians who lie to us during campaign season, Obama was perfectly honest. He said that his energy policy would send our energy costs soaring. And then to help him keep his promise, he appointed Stephen Chu, the man who prayed for our gas prices to hit $10-a-gallon, to be his secretary of energy.

He also said that the problem with both the U.S. Constitution and the Civil Rights Movement was that they didn’t deal with the redistribution of wealth. To ensure that the same could not be said of his administration, he surrounded himself with the likes of Timothy Geithner, Van Jones, Valerie Jarrett and David Axelrod.

The one obvious lie Obama told us was that he would be a post-racial president. The truth is just the opposite. He is the president who appointed confirmed racist Eric Holder to be our attorney general. In that role, Holder has gone to war against a number of states for either trying to keep illegal aliens from taking root like leaches, for attempting to ensure that only living American citizens get to vote in our elections and for opposing ObamaCare. He has also overseen Fast and Furious, the sting operation that saw thousands of weapons ending up in the hands of Mexican gangsters, culminating in the death of an American border agent. At the same time, Holder has refused to indict the Black Panthers for either voter intimidation or, more recently, for placing a dead-or-alive bounty on the head of George Zimmerman.

I, personally, don’t hold Holder accountable. Clearly, Holder is merely following orders emanating from what some people have taken to calling the Offal Office.

In fact, when some folks call for Holder’s resignation, I roll my eyes. It’s like people who believe that term limits would finally rid Congress of the likes of Henry Waxman, Maxine Waters and Charley Rangel. It’s a pipe dream to think their constituents would suddenly wake up and elect candidates reminiscent of Paul Ryan or Darrel Issa. These dimwits would simply elect younger, no doubt more attractive, versions of Waxman, Waters and Rangel.

Thanks to Obama’s pussyfooting around when it comes to Iran, I recently suggested that it might be time for a chicken to replace the American eagle as our national symbol. One reader wrote in, suggesting we could compromise with Benjamin Franklin’s original suggestion, the turkey.

But, as I wrote back, isn’t it enough that we already have one roosting in the White House?


©2012 Burt Prelutsky. Comments? Write BurtPrelutsky@aol.com!


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Burt Prelutsky, a very nice person once you get to know him, has been a humor columnist for the L.A. Times and a movie critic for Los Angeles magazine. As a freelancer, he has written for the New York Times, Washington Times, TV Guide, Modern Maturity, Emmy, Holiday, American Film, and Sports Illustrated. For television, he has written for Dragnet, McMillan & Wife, MASH, Mary Tyler Moore, Rhoda, Bob Newhart, Family Ties, Dr. Quinn and Diagnosis Murder. In addition, he has written a batch of terrific TV movies. View Burt’s IMDB profile. Talk about being well-rounded, he plays tennis and poker... and rarely cheats at either. He lives in the San Fernando Valley, where he takes his marching orders from a wife named Yvonne and a dog named Angel.
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  • BurtPrelutsky

    Nancye: You know as well as anyone, better than most, that nothing’s better than ice cream.

    Burt

  • NANCYE

    Hahahaha – these comments are better than eating ice cream – well amost…

  • BurtPrelutsky

    Worldbuilder: Good idea.  I had already decided on taking that approach, but when I got to the site and saw how many people had dealt with the oaf, I felt I had to pitch in.  But I move that we all take World’s splendid advice.

    Burt

    • Jeffreydan

         I personally have no problem with him visiting here, though I feel like a Porsche owner being challenged to a race by a guy in a Yugo every time he does. Still, it can be fun to occasionally toy with people warped enough to vote for a wannabe dictator because he was (half) black.  

  • Worldbuilder

    All. Maybe if we stop humoring Wil with replies to his comments, he’ll go away. His only opinion seems to be Liberals are good and Conservatives are bad. Thanks, Will. We got it. 

  • BurtPrelutsky

    Wil:  Wrong and wrong again, as usual.  Also, though I hate to point out anyone’s obvious ignorance, that should have been “there were 999 of them,” not “there was…”  One would think it would be embarrassing enough that you confess having voted for Obama, without flaunting your abominable grammar.

    Burt

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DGT5LFXDWHPKRWLSI2WPBXIGXE Wil

    Burt, You hatred for out president is based on only two things. You are a racist and you also hate him for not going to war with Iran.

    • 1LonesomeDove1

      And your hatred for Herman Cain is based on two things. You are a racist and you also hate him for opposing your ideology, because you’re intolerant of the opposing viewpoint.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DGT5LFXDWHPKRWLSI2WPBXIGXE Wil

        Herman Cain is a joke! BTW, why is he not you people’s candidate?

        • StanW

          You just hate him becasue he is BLACK, Wil!

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DGT5LFXDWHPKRWLSI2WPBXIGXE Wil

            To Stan & Dovey, No I don’t hate him, at all. I’m just saying he’s a clown. Hey, I voted for Obama, did you?

          • StanW

            No, I didn’t, because I am not an America-Hating IDIOT like you.

          • 1LonesomeDove1

            No, I didn’t vote for him because we’re supposed to have freedom in public elections.

            And you are a racist who hates Cain just like you hate Clarence Thomas, Michael Steele, and Condi Rice. You’re a racist because your reasons for disagreeing with them are the same reasons we disagree with your O’Savior.

            It’s your logic, Wil. If you don’t like it being applied to you, then don’t apply it to others.

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DGT5LFXDWHPKRWLSI2WPBXIGXE Wil

            Racist!

          • 1LonesomeDove1

            Racist bigot!

          • Bruce A.

            @StanW & LonesomeDove.   Liberalism is a mental disorder. 

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_GFGPHVFFTG4IY4OTK63YUUM2ZU Rosanne

             Racists are those who inject “race” when it’s not at issue.
            (Point being, you like him because HE IS black)

          • StanW

            I don’t like Herman Cain at all, Rosanne. I am simply throwing the Left’s logic back into your face. Apparently, you and your ilk can hate whoever you want and claim some sort of moral superiority. Yet we on the Right cannot even disagree with President Obama on the slightest detail without many of your brethern calling us racist.

            It must hurt you to know that the standards you ignorantly set for others apply to you as well.

          • 1LonesomeDove1

            Calling us racists is the cheap, lazy way of dealing with any issue they can’t defend.

        • 1LonesomeDove1

          He’s not because the left began the smear campaign early on.

          You passed judgement on him prior to the facts, and the only thing he was guilty of beyond doubt was that he helped a woman financially while keeping it a secret.

          That was a mistake on his part, but it was by far a lesser mistake than the sexual mistakes of Clinton which the left blessed with every defense of him.

          • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DGT5LFXDWHPKRWLSI2WPBXIGXE Wil

            Yeah, Right! How about the other women. I think there was 999 of them.

          • 1LonesomeDove1

            Stan is right about you. When you know you’re wrong….you resort to lies.

          • StanW

            You mean all those women and their lawyers that accused Cain of everything under the sun… and then all VANISHED as soon as he dropped out of the race?

            Are THOSE the women you mean?

          • 1LonesomeDove1

            LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

            Of course he didn’t. He doesn’t even want to mention them.

  • BurtPrelutsky

    cma: I don’t believe I have ever heard Holder claim he was merely following orders.  I’m pointing out that people who direct their anger at him are targeting the puppet, not the fellow pulling his strings.  Holder is not an independent operator.  He’s carrying out Obama’s orders, although I’m not going to suggest that the orders conflict with his own racist instincts.

    Glen FS: I agree.  But that doesn’t mean that Romney has to call him a nice guy.  Obama is a lot of things, but a nice guy is not one of them.

    Burt

  • GlenFS

    Burt,  I would fully enjoy having Romney throw Obama out of the gentlemen’s club…  I refer to the respectable one here as this could easily be confused with the sort he belongs in. 

    My pleasure at hearing Obama blasted as the schmuck he is, would not make me feel better if it whipped up sympathy for Obama and made Romney look like “Mitt the Meanie”.  This is risky stuff, usually done by surrogates.  He needs to do it using Obama’s own words in contrast to his promises & outcomes and especially his deceptions.

  • cmacrider

    Burt:  You have nicely captured the essence of the Lefties from the 60′s.  Since their arguments remain unchanged despite the emergence of a global economy propelled by a computer revolution, I assume they are either caught in some sort of time warp or are simply having LSD flashbacks.

    Although I recognize your point on Holder, the fact remains that since he was admitted to the Bar, he has been under a higher duty than simply following orders from the W.H.  He is committed to uphold the Rule of Law and the American Constitution.  His argument that he is “just following orders” deserves the same contempt as Attorney Jackson (as he then was) gave to that defence when raised by the defendants at Nuremberg.