Obama is hearing voices

He is listening; and they are informing his decisions and actions. He wants us to know.

He said after elections he heard the messages of voters and those who didn’t vote.

Still, as president, I have a unique responsibility to try and make this town work. So, to everyone who voted, I want you to know that I hear you. To the two-thirds of voters who chose not to participate in the process yesterday, I hear you, too. — WaPo

Does anyone now how he has the liberty to interpret a silent message? How he speaks for the motives of people choosing not to vote? Shouldn’t they resent the sh!t out of that arrogance? And the ones who did vote he tries to twist their message into a pretzel.

So the implication, then, could be you cannot blame him for his actions and policies, but the voices he was interpreting for — under a vague creed of “change you can believe in” — the voters who wanted him to do it. But we do blame you.

These are suggestions he made since coming into office. First, it was that we can’t possibly draw anything from him voting present in the Illinois senate. Then on his failure to secure a deal with troops before leaving Iraq. We are never supposed to draw very obvious conclusions about his performance. Even Michael Jordon illustrated you can’t make a determination about Obama without being attacked. Obama retorted to Jordon’s criticism of his golf game with a stern attack of his own.

He and Josh Earnest went a step further. They attributed non-voters with a dissatisfaction of politics and a failure to work together. He doesn’t get to ascribe their motives to them. After all, if voters listened to Hillary they might say “what difference at this point does it make anyway?”

His central point was wrong. Actually, he has not been listening to the public’s voice via telepathy. In Obama’s game, it is he who delivers the message to voters’ ears, not the other way around. He is the ventriloquist. They have the Chicago political echo chamber, Organizing For Action, OFA, just for that purpose.

On November 15th it starts all over again with Obamacare. Same old: sign people up and defend the program Americans don’t like. It’s groundhog day, again. Behind that effort is OFA, Obama’s personal lobby organ.

Obama scolded:

“They expect us to focus on their ambitions and not ours. They want us to get the job done. All of us in both parties have a responsibility to address that sentiment.”

“Our businesses aren’t just creating jobs at the fastest pace since the 1990s. “

You might want to tell Hillary that businesses create jobs.

When I travel to Asia or I travel to Europe, their biggest envy is the incredible, homegrown, U.S. energy production that is producing jobs and attracting manufacturing, because locating here means you’ve got lower energy costs.

Say it isn’t so, Obama. With your hand at fighting the oil industry, and your war on energy, you dare say that?

So, our energy sector is booming. And I’m happy to engage Republicans with additional ideas for how we can enhance that.

I should note that our clean energy production is booming as well. And so Keystone, I just consider as one small aspect of a broader trend that’s really positive for the American people.

After you dug in your heels and team up with Tom Steyer and others, kicking the idea to the curb for what, 5 years now, you deem it a small aspect of a positive trend. Really?

What is so positive about your shutting it down? Now talk to us about voices. We know what you are listening to, and it is not the voices of the people.

Common themes for common dreams

Often, with even the crustiest politicians, there is a conflicting grain of truth to what they say. Obama is listening to voices from invisible voters — and they are loud. Mary Landrieu called her constituents racists and sexists. Bad enough, but then asked about the criticism, she said “I don’t care about that at all.” That’s a germ of truth. Grimes would not say if she voted for Obama in 2012, saying he was not relevant.

Hillary Clinton: “Voting is the most precious right of every citizen, and we have a moral obligation to ensure the integrity of our voting process.” Wendy Davis said “Real Texans want their kids to have the best education possible, not the one politicians looking to brag about budget cuts have left us with.” Say it isn’t so!

Remember this from Obama:

” if you don’t have any fresh ideas, then you use stale tactics to scare voters.

If you don’t have a record to run on, then you paint your opponent as someone people should run from. You make a big election about small things.”

From the guy who gave us a “beer summit” in response to, well, ignorant and false accusations. Now he tells us people who didn’t vote sent him a message.

On the other hand, they still have the whoppers.

Hillary went on book tour dropping the bombshell:
“We came out of the White House not only dead broke, but in debt.”

In December 2000, just as they were leaving the White House, they bought a seven-bedroom house near Embassy Row in Washington, D.C. The price was $2.85 million. — Politifact

Clintons plunked down 855,000 on that house, on top the Chappaqua house they bought a year earlier. But technically they were broke, she said. 500k in the red, in fact. Or 355k less than they put down on that house. I guess in those days, when people were dead broke they often bought 2-3/4 million dollar houses. What else does one do?

And Obama still has “if you like your plan you can keep your plan, period!”

Now Obama is listening to invisible voters. Next he’ll say everyone approves of whatever he does. Republicans win, but he is given a mandate somehow. How about the irony of Obama attacking Michael Jordon for playing golf twice a day for 15 years, and ignoring responsibilities like the Hornets? At least Jordon is not speaking for invisible voters.

RightRing | Bullright

7 comments on “Obama is hearing voices

  1. I believe Obama listens to evil spirits because the voices he hears ain’t ours. Either that or Obama has gone loony toons.


  2. peppermintfarm says:


    As usual a great article. I saw Obola’s speech and frankly I was dumbfounded.
    After a huge amount of voters came out and repudiated him and his policies, I could barely believe my ears.

    Rush Limbaugh said “The people told the Repub to STOP Obama”. I believe that is partly true. They also want the Repubs to get rid of Obamadeathcare, get jobs going, and keep fossil fuels.

    But, like u said he’s hearing delusional voices in that narcissistic head of his. From the things he said, you would think an election never took place.

    And this 2/3rds who didn’t vote? KY had a turnout of between 65 to 70%. I heard other states did as well. It’s more like 1/3rd who didn’t vote, most likely the ones who have given up completely.

    Then he immediately threatens the repubs with his “I won’t sign any bill to repeal Obamacare”. “We already have so much fuel”, “if the repubs don’t act on immigration reform, I’ll do it myself”.

    Of course some of that is paraphrased but the basics during his speech. I about fell out of bed listening to him, so fantastical his speech was. He ignored the people and what they told him thru this election and he’s not going to pay any attention to the msg we sent.


    • Bullright says:

      Pepp, righto, you get a star for stomaching his speech. I consider his speeches like a reminder of what a threat he is. Yep, as if the election drubbing never happened. I don’t know where he got the 2/3rd figure. Maybe all the illegals didn’t vote?

      I tend to agree with Rush in that nothing can be done until we stop what he is doing. Yea people want relief from what he has done. Face it, he has been non-stop since he got in there. I do think he is delusional. (we know the psychoanalysis is not good)

      Yea now he is turning even more dictator, if that is possible. Maybe he wanted R’s to win so he could abuse executive power even more? That “immigration”(amnesty) is his agenda not ours. Where does he get off making this a vote for his agenda?

      He did ignore everything they said, as did Pelosi. I was stunned when he tried to take credit for oil production and energy. That was the pillar of Dems’ campaign, against it. I was just too happy that Grimes lost.


  3. Bullright says:

    Where did Obama get the message from people who didn’t vote? Exit polls.
    It’s a joke….I think.



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