Contrasts on the historical JFK day

Fifty years have passed and the contrast between JFK and Obama could not be stronger. They seem polar opposites.

Obama is no JFK. But more importantly, thank God that JFK was no Obama. Would we even be here now? Listening to Kennedy’s words, Obama was not in the same league.

People keep rationalizing to make excuses for Obama. They point out other politicians screwed up. Except Obama ran as the non-politician. He ran as the outsider, and the antithesis to Washingtonian problems. He ran on transparency- not corruption.

Now the Obamaholics’ best argument is what, that he is just like every other power-hungry, self-centered, corrupt politico? So he’s okay. That’s his defense. And except that the reason people supported him was because he was not supposed to be typical.

So when you compare him to JFK there is no comparison. Everybody likes JFK too. But he was anti-communbist. What would he do in a party of communists?

Oh, and then they use the size of the problem as an excuse for Obama. Because problems are so bad and big, that somehow transforms the hero into a victim…anything to avoid seeing him as the villain. As I said, he’s no JFK.

Problems are supposedly the reason Barry ran, but the problems are now his crutch for all his problems.

Obama ran for the most powerful job in the world so that he could be accountable for nothing, so he could blame everyone else. Does that sound JFK? He ran to put people down in their place. He ran to be inspirational, and yet he’s the textbook example for deceit.

Words from JFK’s speech he never gave to Trade Mart:

Ignorance and misinformation can handicap the progress of a city or a company, but they can, if allowed to prevail in foreign policy, handicap this country’s security.

And his words for the welcome dinner:

And our duty as a Party is not to our Party alone, but to the nation, and, indeed, to all mankind. Our duty is not merely the preservation of political power but the preservation of peace and freedom.

7 comments on “Contrasts on the historical JFK day

  1. bullright says:

    The Monday after Kennedy’s assassination was a national day of mourning. I think the US needs a national day of mourning for the country, for what the administration has done.


  2. clyde says:

    Can’t argue with you there, Bull. Good post.


  3. pepperhawk says:

    Bull, excellent post. There is nothing that compares JFK to Obama the king. If he wants to think he’s another JFK he is lying to himself which wouldn’t be surprising since he lies constantly.

    JFK brought inspiration to us. I remember it well. There was a good feeling in the country at that time. People were not miserable and in agony over his policies and JFK even apologized for the Bay of Pigs. It wasn’t someone else he blamed.

    This POS does nothing but make us miserable and have no hope. The contrast is stark. I’ve never seen a president in all my years who constantly demoralizes us, is so angry giving his speeches and points his finger at us like we were children who have been bad.

    Of course as you know well, I despise this BHO, the WMD of our country.


    • pepperhawk says:

      Whoops yet another typo by me which seems common these days. I meant in the first sentence “compares JFK to Obama the king. Geez, what a goof I am.


    • bullright says:

      Pepp, there is no comparison. Kennedy had problems but this siege Obama has us under is the worst time for America. That it is intentional just ices the cake. All the conspiracy theories for decades and now mr. conspiracy is in the oval office. It should be a nightmare.


  4. tannngl says:

    Good post, Froggy. This guy’s got to feel the heat, doesn’t he? There have been more comparisons written between JFK and O last week and they were all very negative to O.
    Wonder if he cares?


    • bullright says:

      All negative…sort of funny. About as bad as Lincoln comparisons. Zero may be so insulated now that he doesn’t even realize it. But he did say they watch the polls in the WH. That must be better than watching the ball drop New Year’s eve. Care? I have serious doubts.



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