Barack is Right - America is bitter!

We are bitter in the small towns, and the big cities.
We are tired of a needless war. We want to know why Saddam was hung and Osama was spared.
We are tired of government-protected corporate theft and deception.
We are bitter that our dollars are worth much less every day.
We are bitter that the stocks we buy are not stable.
We are bitter that gas costs us way too much.
We are bitter that health care costs us way too much.
We are bitter at the bickering of politicians and their incessant games of GOTCHA.
This must end.
Barack is our best way forward. He's not perfect. He's just better than the rest.
Barack is right - America is bitter.
And he is the one leader who has the best chance of getting us out of the messes that made us so bitter.


Anonymous said...

barack is becoming detatched and unglued. he is getting more and more cokciy and shooting from the hip with his off the wall statements. im a democrat and if this is what we are going to get, forget it, its not worth defending.

John D. Enright said...
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Anonymous said...

a. Some, not all, of America is bitter.
b. Osama wasn't "spared"; he just wasn't caught like Saddam.
c. Stocks being unstable: well yeah, that's generally the nature of stocks.
d. Bickering politicians: Pretty par for the course in any generation

e. "And he is the one leader who has the best chance of getting us out of the messes that made us so bitter." -- Any supporting proof would be most welcome.

John D. Enright said...

Amazing. You simply delete my posts when you don't agree? How inclusive of you.

Anonymous said...

FWIW, here were Obama's comments:

"You go into some of these small towns in Pennsylvania, a lot of them — like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing’s replaced them. And they’ve gone through the Clinton administration, and the Bush administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not. So it’s not surprising then that they get bitter, and they cling to guns, or religion, or antipathy toward people who aren’t like them, or anti-immigrant sentiment, or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."

Anonymous said...

Obama is the same snide arrogant elitist who told Hillary she was "likeable enough."

Those of us sick to our stomachs of the destructive clown President do not need this prig who is prepared to make every mistake as he pushes ahead of where he is ready to be.

Hillary, we need you!!!!

Anonymous said...

I used to admire obama. He was interesting, had prospects, and seemed intelligent and Fresh.

However, the more he talks since he began running for president, the less respect I have for him.

He recent spell of asinine comments shot from the hip are just too much. His arrogance is very off putting, especially since he is still so wet behind the ears.

John D. Enright said...

Obama's comments about the "bitter" masses clinging to religion surely indicates that hes a closeted Marxist. His statement, which I think he fully meant until the furor developed, is nothing other than good old Karl Marx himself saying that religion is the opiate of the masses.

Anonymous said...

"Barack is our best way forward. He's not perfect. He's just better than the rest.
Barack is right - America is bitter.
And he is the one leader who has the best chance of getting us out of the messes that made us so bitter."

Hey tzvee, care to elaborate, explain or otherwise enlighten us with some tangible substance???

Tzvee Zahavy said...

Karl meet John - he's a user.

Anonymous come back for more. We will be staying with Barack and all his platform proposals through the convention.

Anonymous said...

Like, whatever!

Hillary has a 20 point lead in pa.
Obama is going to lose huge.

Tzvee Zahavy said...

The prophecy of the book of Anonymous. I am glad you grace us with your prophetic presence. We mere mortals will work in the here and now to make the future happen. (And the lead was down to 6% in some polls.)

Anonymous said...

you work hard? you mean you do 'hard work' just like george w. bush? wow.
what do you do exactly?
besides say that "we are great" do you ever bother to explain how?

John D. Enright said...

Rabbi, I don't understand your comment "Karl meet John - he's a user." What do you mean? I hope you're not attempting to demean me personally. If you are, I think you should review the promises to G-d made on your ordination.

Whatever your meaning, I don't think its complimentary. I think you owe me a personal apology. I NEVER insulted you personally!

Finally, please restore the posts I made and which you deleted. They are relevant to issues which you have raised and deserving to be aired. Moreover, please answer the various questions which I have posed and which still remain unanswered.

Tzvee Zahavy said...

No John. There was no insult. I was introducing you to Karl Marx as a religious person in the way that Karl understands it - as a user of opium. It's humor. Surely you've heard of humor. It's been in all the papers. If I said that someone was a blog troll who does not know when to move on - that might be an insult. But I would not say that about anyone.

John D. Enright said...

Okay, Rabbi, I saw your response, but I don't entirely buy it. I'll let it pass for now.

You really don't have many other people who comment on your blog on a regular basis other than bryce and myself, so why delete my comments?

ALL of my comments are made for the purpose of advocating my beliefs. I understand that you disagree with many, or most, thereof. But in full, free and democratic systems, divergent opinions should be aired.

BTW, you still haven't answered any of the important questions which I posed to you