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“Brilliant, Civil, Kind, Humble, Compassionate, Moderate, Articulate, Black Intellectual” . . . I Think Not

bo SelfPortrait(Frank) Schaeffer insisted he’s a wiser white man now about American racism, that “I’ve changed because if this country will lynch a brilliant, civil, kind, humble, compassionate, moderate, articulate, black intellectual we’re lucky enough to have in the White House, we’ll lynch anyone. What chance does an anonymous black man pulled over in a traffic stop have of fair treatment when the former editor of the Harvard Law Review is being lynched?”  Read more: here

After picking yourself up off the floor from controlled laughing, you should find yourself saying, “Who’s he’s talking about?”  “Brilliant, civil, kind, humble, compassionate, moderate, articulate, black intellectual” . . . “Was Dr. Ben Caron in the White House the other day?”

Barack Hussein Obama is a lot of things but “brilliant, civil, kind, humble, compassionate, moderate, articulate, black intellectual” aren’t on any legitimate list.  Not in the the world of reality.

All of us should know by now, that he a proponent of socialism/ Marxism and therefore, cannot by any definition, be “brilliant”.  It’s a horrid economic/ political system which hurt the people it rules over.  That can’t be argued.  We have centuries of examples to gleam info from . . . socialism fails except for those kings and dictators in control of the money and power.

“Civil”?  I think not.  I’ll admit, when this man refereed to some Americans as “teabaggers”, I was literally shocked.  It’s such a vile, vulgar term — I’ll let you Google it yourself.  He’s spent more than 5 years maligning citizens simply because they had an opposing view from his political ideology.  He was elected to be President of all the people; not just the ones he’s agrees with, but in Obama Handbook for Radicals, Republicans are the “enemy”.  This isn’t’ civility.  Nor is it “kind”.

Humble: having or showing a modest or low estimate of one’s own importance.  Seriously??  There’s nothing humble about Barack Hussein, who’s self-aggrandizing and self importance is now legendary.  No one thinks Obama is more important or esteemed – – –  than Obama.

Compassionate?  I don’t think the man has an honest feeling in his body.  He intentionally closed down White House tours, locking out school kids who raised money to travel to D.C. for that very tour.  This happened because of the Sequester (Obama’s IDEA) which the Republicans went along with.  And thus began months of closing off areas of the country to make “America feel the pain”( here ).  That isn’t compassionate, it’s petty.  School yard bully petty.  That is who Obama’s proved himself to be.

Barack certainly isn’t “moderate”.  I wonder what self deceiving moron would still try to push that hoax?  Barack Obama is a radical.  His mentors were communist (admitted in his book, which he lied about writing), in the people he admitted to admiring in college and his love of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals”, which is dedicated to the devil himself.  Obama is not a moderate on any score, but a far Left Marxist, who doesn’t just ignore the Constitution, but loathes it’s ‘restraints’ on the federal government.  He goes around Congress, writes and rewrites Laws (illegally) and simply does as he please, daring anyone to stop him and his Leftist agenda.

He might be “articulate” but reading from a teleprompter shouldn’t give anyone any special points.  He can conjugate the verb “to be” but he also refereed to  Navy corpsman [kawr-muhn, kohr-] U.S. Navy. an enlisted person working as a pharmacist or hospital assistant) as corpse man“– on multiple occasions! Sorry, Barack — not articulate nor intelligent . .  but embarrassingly ignorant.  Not to be forgotten, when he said, “On this Memorial Day, as our nation honors its unbroken line of fallen heroes (aka deceased) — and I see many of them in the audience here today..”  He saw DEAD people?  Foolish comment from a man who had no real interest in where he was speak or who to. 

He’s 1/2 black, so he gets 1/2 points (for anyone finding skin tone vile to anything) but again, not an “intellectual”.  Democrats try to deify their candidates in hopes of stiffing Republicans who disagree with policies, but this man isn’t an intellectual any more than he’s brilliant.  Who says “corpsman”?  He’s educated but so are millions of people . . . who don’t want to “fundamentally transform” America from the great county of freedom and liberty it was carefully establish to be, into a dreary, government controlled, failed behemoth.

Schaeffe, like the majority of Democrat lap dogs, regurgitate vocabulary which he believes will make him sound important and none racist.  They live and die trying to prove over and over how “open minded” and “tolerant” they are of “black folk” — and in the process, prove just the opposite.  Barack Hussein Obama will be long remembered in the line of American President, but it won’t be a good memory.  On the other hand, has accomplished one positive things — he’s made the horrid Jimmy Carter years a fond memory.

As for Schaeffe ‘lynching’ remark, that just goes to prove he’s the typical Liberal driven Democrat who finds pride in hating America.  It was white American who put this awful Barry Soto Barack Hussein Obama into office.  This rather annihilate the propaganda that America is a racist county. So let’s move pass deifying Barack Obama and look at the quality of his character (as Martin Luther King suggested) . . .  but, when we do, we see who he really is.  Which sadly is none of Schaeffe’s rhetoric.


One comment on ““Brilliant, Civil, Kind, Humble, Compassionate, Moderate, Articulate, Black Intellectual” . . . I Think Not

  1. Brittius
    December 17, 2013

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