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Obama Claims to Be “Amused” by Tea Party Rallies; Thinks Protesters Should “Thank” Him

posted at 11:38 am on April 16, 2010 by

It’s no more and no less than you would expect from the planet’s most arrogant, self-centered citizen. According to an article by Mike Memoli at Real Clear Politics, Barack Obama speaking at a fundraising event yesterday told supporters that he was “amused” by the antics of Tea Party rallyers. Then to erase any doubt about his manifest deficiencies as a leader and human being, he added, “I think they should be saying thank you.”

For a man who rode to power on the false promise of post-partisanship, Obama has missed no opportunity to insult and enrage those who exercise their constitutional right to disagree with him. This latest vindictive stunt mimics the behavior of Congress members the day they passed the health care bill, when Nancy Pelosi—wearing an expression of condescending triumphalism—marched through the crowd of protesters assembled outside the Capitol, wielding a gavel the size of Excalibur. She was joined on her escapade by members of the black caucus hoping to stir up antipathy and name-calling. When the crowd failed to oblige, the members made up lies to that effect in a futile effort to discredit those who opposed their ham-handed legislative efforts.

As for Obama, his claims to be amused by the Tea Party protests demonstrate the unfunny joke this pathetic man has metamorphosed into. Apart from his other fatal character flaws, Obama is notoriously thin-skinned. It is safe to assume that after his appearance in front of adoring, if shrinking crowds, he probably went somewhere to break a mirrror or two to dissipate his frustration.

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You know what? He does deserve our thanks. Thank you, Mr. President, for reminding our generation what sweet beauty we have here in America and how quickly and easily it can be lost to us if we are not careful. Thank you, for there would be no Glenn Beck sounding the alarm without you, there would be no Tea Parties full of decent, hard-working Americans from all walks of life coming together to soundly eliminate the threat their government now poses to them in a healthy, democratic manner… and there would be no hope.

Thank you for leading us to Hope, so we can change everything for the better.

Now get the hell out of my way.

jamesrileyjr on April 16, 2010 at 11:40 AM

It is safe to assume that after his appearance in front of adoring, if shrinking crowds, he probably went somewhere to break a mirrror or two to dissipate his frustration.

Wrong. He would never break a mirror, for it holds the man he loves the most.

thebrokenrattle on April 16, 2010 at 11:58 AM

jamesrileyjr on April 16, 2010 at 11:40 AM

You said it.

Cylor on April 16, 2010 at 1:13 PM

Actually, I do thank him. I thank him for being EXACTLY what we all believed him to be. By being so, he’s done more for getting out the conservative vote than any ad campaign or stump speech in decades.

So, thanks, Obama! We thought it might be difficult to convince people you stink, but you sure proved us wrong!

Mad Mad Monica on April 16, 2010 at 1:22 PM

I intend to amuse him some more in November, and again in 2012. I think I’ll also amuse him as I share emails and thoughtful, well-informed disucssion with literally hundreds of associates, friends, relatives, and hopefully engage with bloggers unknown.

BarryO, is that an amused smile, or a smirk? Either way, it will be wiped off your face, just not soon enough for the Silent Majority.

Robert17 on April 16, 2010 at 6:05 PM