Maybe Barack Obama is destructive for America
by Eric Golub on September 30, 2010 at 3:23 PM
The gloves are now off. To quote a real adult, former Vice President Dick Cheney, they are off “big time.”
I have been as gracious with the First Toddler in Chief as I can possibly be.
It seems Barack Obama will not now…nor ever…stop throwing temper tantrums.
In a Rolling Stone interview, he whined that Fox News is “destructive” for America.
Maybe Barack Obama is destructive for America.
After all, Fox News employees do not demonize Mr. Obama or question what is in his heart. They take a critical lens to his policies.
Barack Obama has the entire United States Government at his disposal. Much of that apparatus is used to harass and intimidate anybody who dares to disagree with him.
I gave Barack Obama the benefit of the doubt. I kept saying that he was a good person making wrong decisions. I never accused him of having malice in his heart.
To say that Fox News is destructive for America is malicious.
These comments are serious because when he attacks Fox News, he is really attacking their audience.
He is attacking me.
You see, me and every other conservative in this country are too stupid to think for ourselves. We believe what Fox News and radio personalities tell us what to think. This is as insulting as it is false.
Fox News exists because many Americans got tired of the overwhelmingly liberal tilt of every other news station. They wanted hard news, not leftist opinion and editorializing disguised as news.
I have said on many occasions that Mr. Obama is an inflexible ideologue who sees anybody who disagrees with him as either evil, or a completely misguided imbecile.
In an attempt to cover up his own failed record, he is willing to engage in more scorched Earth tactics to try and save his party from a massive electoral defeat that will be a repudiation of him.
I disagree with the president on issues. I never made it personal.
He is wrong on taxes.
He is wrong on trade.
He is wrong on Israel.
He is wrong on Iraq.
He is wrong on North Korea.
On issue after issue, he is wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong.
This does not make me evil.
This does not make me stupid. This does not make me destructive.
This makes me an American who loves his country and simply has a different vision for what I want America to be than Mr. Obama.
In 2000, I began by merely disagreeing with Al Gore. Then he said that the election was “a choice between good and evil.” At that moment it became personal.
In 2008, I disagreed with Barack Obama. In 2010, I am on the verge of saying it is personal.
Barack Obama is a crybaby who is too thin skinned to accept that not everybody is going to spend their day shoving their heads up his hide and admiring the view.