Do you remember (it wasn’t that long ago) when Barack Obama told the “rich fat cats” on Wall Street…? This is back during the days of the AIG and other Wall Street bonus scandal, and you had all of Obama’s ACORN-type people showing up on the front yards of AIG homes to protest their bonuses. Remember Obama telling the AIG people and all the other, quote, unquote, “rich fat cats” on Wall Street that he was the only thing standing between them and the pitchforks? Well, guess what? Now it is only Obama’s skin color that is standing between him and the pitchforks of the Congressional Black Caucus. Members of the Congressional Black Caucus are openly admitting: If this were a white president who had done this economically to their constituents, they would be marching on the White House.
The only reason they’re not is because of the color of his skin. Members of the Congressional Black Caucus have said this. Now, the columnist in Chicago, the Chicago Tribune, is a guy named Steve Chapman, Steven Chapman, and the last column that he wrote about Obama was back in August. Back in August he said that Obama had accomplished undeniably historic, even great things. He killed Osama, he’s getting us out of Iraq, he passed Obamacare. The only problem was the economy made him look bad. He said the economy even made Ronald Reagan look bad. Suddenly Chapman’s changed his tune. He thinks Obama has to go, in just a month’s time. Steven Chapman has changed his tune. Obama has to go for the good of the party, for the good of liberalism. That is what is at stake.
This is what all these people in the media now understand. That he alone is not worth saving; Liberalism is. So he is now cast-asidable, and Chapman joins an ever-growing chorus of people who do not think the economy is gonna turn around before November of 2012, and why would it? And if Obama were to get this package of proposals passed, you can forget about the economy ever turning around. I think yesterday proved that Barack Obama cannot handle the office of the presidency. He’s perverted it; he’s made it a laughingstock. I really think he’s just not smart enough, folks. He doesn’t have the temperament, and he doesn’t understand how the country and its people function.
He thinks memorizing a bunch of catchphrase and bumper stick slogans and repeating them endlessly makes for a great vision. He’s out there this morning (we’ve got the audio coming up) taking credit for this great victory over Khadafy and Libya. Taking credit for it! (impression) He talks about how, “In times in the past where we didn’t save lives and we shouldn’t have but this time we did.” So he’s comparing himself favorably to what didn’t happen to the Third Reich during World War II but he stopped a modern-day Hitler with the UN; except he didn’t use the UN, he used NATO, but that’s a minor point. He thinks that by trashing one industry after another and targeting certain successful groups of people, the American people will confuse his tactics with leadership. This stuff isn’t working anymore. Twenty years ago — twenty-five years ago– it was a slam dunk; it was going to work.Continue reading on www.rushlimbaugh.com