I've been silent long enough. (Hard to believe!) What I mean is that I've given Barack Obama the benefit of the doubt for about a year now. I haven't used my blog to trash the man. But now I simply must speak my mind.
Everyone in the spotlight gets in trouble for using poor terminology or saying something they didn't exactly mean. It's inevitable. That's not what happened with Obama and his "stupid" comment re the latest fiasco about cops and race. Obama showed his true stripes -- and America is beginning to see what they've done.
What they did was vote into office a man they thought was God. A man who represented what they wanted America to represent. A man who sounded so damn good next to George W. Bush they had no choice but to vote for the other side. A man who articulated so clearly what Americans wished they could.
What they got was a narcissistic media hound who tells people what they want to hear. There is no substance. No answers. No nothin. Just a lot of hogwash that people gobble up because they want so much to have a black man as president.
Not only is Obama a narcissist, he's deceptive. It's not that he's knowingly, willingly pulling the wool over our eyes; it's just the way he is. You must keep in mind this man's personal life: his father left him, his mother died young, and his heritage is unclear. These are no small matters. Obama's personality and background cloud his common sense and sense of fairness. His mother believed she was a victim (I read a long biographical piece about her last year), and so does Obama. So do all modern liberals. And the victim mentality is not something you want someone in charge to have. A victim is never fair. Victims retaliate. Victims cannot be trusted to think clearly. Ever.
Barack Obama is a victim, and that's why he jumped the gun and assumed Sgt. James Crowley acted inappropriately. That's why he sided with his buddy, who's black and has a fancy title.
Even when caught, Obama can't apologize appropriately. He doesn't know how to apologize because his victim status and deep-rooted narcissism won't allow him to. Here's his pathetic attempt:
"Because this has been ratcheting up and I helped contribute to ratcheting it up, I want to make clear that in my choice of words I unfortunately gave an impression that I was maligning the Cambridge Police Department or Sgt. Crowley specifically and I could have calibrated those words differently."
It's just a matter of time, Mr. President, before America wakes up and sees what they've done.