Monday, April 18, 2011
After solving our nation's debt crisis by making a speech in which he claimed any Republican budget cuts would involve mass graves for old people and crippled children, Barack Obama officially hit the campaign trail over the weekend...and stopped being so polite and bipartisan.
Instead, he told an enthusiastic audience in Chicago (proudly known as "The Most Politically Corrupt City in North America!") that Republican budget-balancing would turn America into a "Third World" country.
Which is an odd sort of cultural insult coming from a man who claims to have loved his youthful years in "third world" Indonesia, where he enjoyed the companionship of a monkey and the sweet, sweet sounds of the Muslim call to prayer.
But as our perceptive little friend in the cartoon notes, even "Third World" status is unacceptable to a president who seemingly wants our nation to stop being any kind of country whatsoever.
How else to explain his policy of non-existent borders and taxpayer-funded goodies for tens of millions of illegal aliens? Or his renunciation of longtime political and military allies in the world? What surer way to bring the country to its knees than by destroying jobs and crippling the healthcare system? In what way would Obama's fiscal policies differ if he wanted the world to consider America fiscally irresponsible and cause other nations to start looking for ways to replace the dollar as international currency? And how can anyone believe Mr. Obama wants the country to survive when even the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office says that they can't conceive of any way our economy can continue past 2037 unless drastic changes are enacted immediately?
But in any event, the 2012 election season is officially upon us now...and Barack Hussein Obama's lies are bigger, bolder, and even more dangerous than they were in the past.
Because Hope n' Change believes him when he says he's all about "Winning the Future." And the future he's steering us towards would make "third world" status seem idyllic by comparison.