The VRW Conspiracy Redux

Now you might think in this Great Post Racial Era that that was so resoundingly ushered in via the Greatest Sweeping Changeaholic Mandate Of All Time (with, er, um a whopping 52% of the vote) we would be beyond blaming Minorities for the One’s failures. The Democrats control the House 257 to 178; the Senate effectively 60 to 40. They can do what they want; they do not need a single republican vote to enact their Agenda Of Doom.

So, naturally, when they have trouble on an issue the Whiner In Chief blames the Minority Party

President Obama took to the conservative airwaves Thursday to charge that Republican leaders are engaged in a vast right-wing conspiracy to kill health care reform in order to repeat the 1994 mid-term takeover of Congress, which followed the defeat of President Clinton’s reform plan.

“I think early on, a decision was made by the Republican leadership that said, ‘Look, let’s not give him a victory, maybe we can have a replay of 1993, ’94, when Clinton came in, he failed on health care and then we won in the mid-term elections and we got the majority. And I think there are some folks who are taking a page out that playbook,” the president said.

The guy is just really starting to flail about. Have you listened to any of the clips lately from this Most Golden Tongued Orator Ever? There’s more “ums” and “ahs” than you’d hear from a 5th Grader in the Principal’s office.

I mean, who could have possibly predicted* that a guy who had no executive experience in his life and no business experience in his life would turn out to totally suck at being an executive?

*aside from that pesky 48% who live in Gunclingyland, naturally.

5 Responses to “The VRW Conspiracy Redux”

  1. You know, I actually heard him say this yesterday and could not believe my lying ears. The boss and I jsut shook our heads.

    What a pitiful, miserable, bombastic, incompetent piece of Ivy League excrement wanna feel good voters have foisted on the rest of us.

    Jesus, the guy is SAD. And we’ve got 3 1/2 more years of circus ahead of us.

    I hope we survive it in some fashion still recognizable as “American”.

    (Do I sound like greg…?)

  2. tree hugging sister says:

    Oh, and he compared himself again to FDR during it.


  3. Retread says:

    What experience the Whiner in Chief has plenty of is blaming others, and I think we’re going to be hearing alot of it for the rest of his term.

    What if there is so much dissatisfaction that Republicans manage to make big gains in the elections of 2010 and thereafter actually get legislation through that voters support. Will Obama wield the veto pen thereby causing gridlock? This might be the best we can hope for until2012.

  4. Gary from Jersey says:

    Somebody in the White House says the Dems will lose 20 House seats next year. Maybe the whining and nagging and lying’s doing some good after all.

  5. Gunslinger says:

    Obama just isn’t used to an environment with any amount of opposition. He’s used to the Chicago political landscape where the dems have dominion and the socialists agenda is on auto pilot.

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