State of the Union
The “We do big things” braggadocio of Barry Soetoro
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In his Internet message sent into Cyberspace after his State of the Union address last night, President Barack Obama bragged that he “addressed the American people on the future we face together.”
Millions tuned out on what some called “Prom Night in DC” to do more meaningful things: check on the job front, check on the larder, spend time with family.
The Internet speech was entitled “We do big things”.
But the number of people who know that Obama ignores, and has even chosen to insult the big things done by Americans, is increasing.
...”Because, time after time, when our resolve has been tested, we, as a nation, have always prevailed.
“Overcoming the challenges we face today requires a new vision for tomorrow. We will move forward together, or not at all—for the challenges we face are bigger than party, and bigger than politics.
“Yet the story of America is this.: We do big things.”
The truth is that Obama was not there when any of those big things were being accomplished. In point of fact, when America was accomplishing big things that the rest of the world could share in, Obama was out on the streets fighting against them as a strident and overpaid community organizer.
Even as a state senator, a job that only coincidence made his, he missed voting on big issues declaring himself “present” a total of 129 times. And as a U.S. senator, he missed a whopping 24 percent of the votes while running for president.
The biggest thing Obama is attempting on America is its unsolicited fundamental transformation. The challenges he described in his speech as bigger than party and politics are being replaced by even bigger party politics. It’s called the soul killing big politics of failed Marxism.
“Moving forward, America’s economic growth at home is inextricably connected to our competitiveness in the global community. The more products American companies can export, the more jobs we can create at home,” Obama wrote in his Internet message.
“This vision for the future starts with innovation, tapping into the creativity and imagination of our people to create the jobs and industries of the future. Instead of subsidizing yesterday’s energy, let’s invest in tomorrow’s. It’s why I challenged Congress to join me in setting a new goal: By 2035, 80 percent of America’s electricity will come from clean energy sources.”
But Obama has destroyed American competitiveness by nationalizing its biggest industries, including the automobile industry, now a runaway success in Communist China. Obama’s moves in the area of clean energy sources has so far only banned Mr. Edison’s incandescent light bulb.
Every day Obama is trying to run Americans out of faith. Playing to We the People from a State of the Union where seating was made to look like there were less of those who replaced Democrats on Nov. 2 in the audience was only a failed ruse.
Empty words don’t pull nations out of recessions and self serving rhetoric doesn’t put food on the plates of hungry children.
Meanwhile, Obama has a personal problem that will not go away. He is far different than most other decent folk. Unlike them, he does not exist on paper. At best he’s only the proponent of a ghost-written book. In other words, hype notwithstanding, President Barack Obama doesn’t exist.
The State of the Union is over, and you can only milk a human tragedy for so long. Reality’s got the jump on the calendar with the ObamaCare repeal ready to take stage front and center.
Transparency now shows that the man in the White House, who doesn’t exist on paper, is only opportunist Barry Soetoro in the flesh. And Barry is fast running out of props.