It’s Suddenly Cool to Use the Word “Fail”
Failing is music to liberal’s ears since that means you will be dependent on government.
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There’s a Time Magazine piece that chronicles Obama’s dismal failure in the area of foreign policy. And what more and more people are coming to realize is the guy was totally unprepared to be president when he was elected. We were sold such a bill of goods. It’s the same thing that had me so fit to be tied yesterday. Everybody knew it, but nobody would say it. Everybody knew that we were being hoodwinked. Everybody knew we were being hogtied. Everybody knew we were being sold a bill of goods.
We were electing somebody that had no business being president, no qualifications, backdoor agenda and so forth. But, because of the historical nature of this presidency, first black presidency, so much hope invested, maybe we can get rid of slavery and racism forever and be Kumbaya, that was worth it. It was malarkey. It was never going to happen. It was going to make it worse, everything I predicted to be true. I was a lone wolf January 16th, 2009: I hope he fails. I caught hell, I caught grief, even though everybody knew what I meant. And now the pieces are rolling in on how he is a failure.
Now, to be honest, some of these people are saying he’s a failure at being a president. I don’t think he is. I think he’s doing exactly what he wants to do. I think he’s messing things up exactly as he intended to do. These guys are judging him from the standpoint or through the prism of presidential achievement and accomplishment, and he is a dismal failure in that regard. He’s an overwhelming success if you judge Obama and his ability to inculcate his world view on this country and fundamentally transform it.
But regardless, we now have some people using the “fail” and “failure” words about Obama. And I doubt they’re going to catch the grief that I caught. I don’t care that I caught the grief. I mean, that’s what I’m here to do. I’m perfectly fine carrying that spear, catching that spear, carrying that baton.