Government of the absurd

In his last inaugural speech, Obama lectured:

“We cannot mistake absolutism for principle, or substitute spectacle for politics, or treat name-calling as reasoned debate.”

Let’s hear it for politics of destruction and fear.

Now he comes out on global warming to claim we don’t have time for a meeting of the Flat Earth Society. I have never seen a bigger hypocrite than Obama.

Months after delivering his inaugural address lecturing others about name calling and partisanship, Hypocrite-in-Chief says he doesn’t have any “patience” and “we don’t have time for a meeting of the Flat Earth Society”

It is amazing what he does have patience for. Eight months after Benghazi he has no lack of “patience” to get to the bottom of that scandal. The White House said that was old, it happened a long time ago. He had no shortage of patience on “fast and furious” – that must be ancient history.Heck he has no impatience to get to the bottom of any of his scandals, including solyndragate or greengate.

Obama gets the award for substituting spectacle for politics. He creates a spectacle out of everything under the guise of politics. And when he is not getting his way, he lashes out lecturing everyone else, including those who are not in politics. Then it must be our fault for not understanding. He went on a gun-control binge and when it was not going his way, he lashed out in a tirade and used children as a backdrop to create a spectacle to attack his opponents. We got a lecture again. He tells the people they are wrong. We are wrong about Obamacare, because we don’t like it and don’t want it. We are wrong about NSA collecting and spying on all Americans. We are wrong about everything we oppose him on.


Reasoned debate?
Then he calls us “flat earthers”. He substitutes personal attack and ad hominem for dialogue. How’s that for “reasoned debate”? Mr reasonable  even seems to argue with an agency in his administration:  when the IRS came out and admitted that it targeted conservatives, Obama said it would be “outrageous, if true”. And he seems to think the presidency gives him license to lie.

Obama on IRS scandal

This is pretty straightforward,” Mr. Obama told reporters. “If in fact IRS personnel engaged in the kind of practices that have been reported on and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, then that’s outrageous and there’s no place for it.”

“The IRS as an independent agency requires absolute integrity and people have to have confidence that they’re… applying the laws in a non-partisan way,” he said. “If you’ve got the IRS operating in anything less than a neutral and non-partisan way then that is outrageous … People have to be held accountable and it’s got to be fixed.”

Pretty straight forward? If? You are kidding, right? We have finally reached the pinnacle of a government of the absurd.

When they do something wrong there is a dumbed-down report to say it was an innocuous act and that the administration, powers that be, had no culpability in it even when the facts clearly indicate the opposite. Obama’s standard reply to the scandals is: we will investigate that and “get to the bottom of it”. Then they never do get to the bottom of it.

Just like EPA dictates are pretty straight forward, or his war on energy, ObamaCare or gun control were straight forward? (straight off the cliff)

David Axelrod Defends WH On IRS Scandal
When Axelrod was asked about IRS, he said we know it is not political because it would be a politically stupid thing to do. However, lying about Benghazi on the eve of an election is not a stupid thing to do? There were clearly politics involved in that. That lying was straight from the WH and surrogates.

We are to believe IRS actions were not politically motivated. So if the targeting was political — which it couldn’t be anything but — then it was “stupid”, in Axelrod’s judgment.

First, they denied the validity of it, even after the IRS admitted it did it and after an Inspector’s report determined they did it. “If true”, Obama said? That is denial.

“If anybody political was involved this wouldn’t have happened, because anybody with a modicum of political sense would have said, ‘This is ludicrous. What are you guys doing?’” – MSNBC.

Take one more look at just Axelrod’s statement: it wouldn’t Have Happened ‘If Anybody political Was Involved’ The assertion: if someone political was involved, it couldn’t have happened because they would know how wrong that is. So political operatives are smarter than that.(smell that elitism) Political operatives are smarter than bureaucrats and gubmint employees.

Remember Axelrod’s other excuse for Obama is that government is so vast he could not know what is going on in it. But at least political operatives are a lot smarter than those government employees! I believe they’re both pretty dumb but since he did pose the question — Anthony Wiener flashes through my mind. So, those political operatives have more morals than agency employees, even the IRS. See what I mean, it is government of the absurd – or government of the stupid, whichever you want to use.

And I’m sure government is so vast he could not know about Solyndra and all the other failures, or EPA’s plotted reign of terror, or spygate, or anything. Nope. Just be on the lookout for that absolutism and its sister, spectacle disguised as politics. They’re trouble.

Government of the absurd by the absurd.


8 comments on “Government of the absurd

  1. bullright says:

    Is he on Globul Warming safari or what?


  2. bullright says:

    Nobody does it like you do, nobody does it better.


  3. Davetherave says:

    Damn good writing Bull! You nailed the rat bastard good with this article. And Axelrod…well…there simply is no way to explain that idiot who suffers from delusions of ..well…delusions of reality. He’s so whacked out he confuses himself most of the time. I’d bet Barry’s most used word after Axelrod talks is “huh???”

    Another great memorable statement by the brilliance at MSNBC. What a group of f*cking morons over there eh?? Oh yeah; trust the integrity of politicians all day long….DO WHAT??? Shit…

    This admin is not just in denial all the time, but they frigging live in the “state” of denial. First rule of thumb…deny, deny, deny. Then when the truth slaps them in the face…lie, lie, lie. This is without a single doubt in my mind the most absurd goober-mint we’ve ever endured.

    On a side note: I hope the First Bitch also went to Af-reek-a, so she can tell them how nice it is to visit with her Irish accent!! Damn her stupid ass needs to join badly… 😀


    • bullright says:

      Dave, thanks for the compliment. Its about all you can do to keep up with this traveling liars club. I see the Obama network didn’t challenge anything Axelrod said.

      Maybe Obomba can show the Africans some Riverdance moves. I guess the photos will be coming of what we aren’t getting for our money.

      You know I’ve had those Nigerian email scams for years but now they found a better way to get to US money, just have the prez fly it in on AF-1, And he’s always on the lookout for another radical dicktator to support, he’ll probably find one somewhere.

      We are being so hosed it isn’t funny anymore. She’ll be puttin’ on the Ritz for the kinfolk there. I suppose he can try to steal Nelson Mandela’s aura while there. (and kiss up to his support) Maybe do a little Bush bashing to take down his popularity. This cat travels more than Snowden…

      Here’s a quote from Mandela:
      “In my country we go to prison first and then become President.” –Nelson Mandela


  4. clyde says:

    Good post. This asshole’s hypocrisy knows NO bounds.


  5. Flat Earthers, Bigots, homophobes, my enemies, bitter clingers, stupid, anti-science, haters, ….
    and there’s more.

    All are ways he has portrayed his political opponents: in the harshest, most divisive ways possible. And he’s still got three+ years to add to that list.

    Obama is not so much a liar as he is a rabble-rouser. His greatest skill is to pit one group of people against another.
    The man is contemptible for any number of reasons, but this is one of his biggies…


    • bullright says:

      JTR: I buy that, 100% correct, He probably has a list with new names he can call us. A rabble-rouser for sure. He brought the office to an all time Chicago street low.



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