Surely nothing in recent times matches the glaring hypocrisy of Barack Hussein Obama aspiring to be Donald J. Trump and coveting the riches that mark Trump’s lifestyle.
“More than two decades before he railed against Donald Trump’s “temperament” and “core values,” a young Barack Obama dreamed of becoming the billionaire businessman.” (Fox News, May 3, 2017)
And he almost did. Obama, with millions of dollars, left the U.S. presidency as a very rich man. The difference between millionaire and billionaire is only a matter of where the zeroes are put.
It was never meant for the masses to know that Obama, before starting to climb up the rungs of the ladder of personal riches, once worshipped at the feet of the ‘Money God’ he saw in Trump:
“Obama revealed his idolization of The Donald – and what he stood for – in a never-published book written with a classmate during his Harvard Law School days, portions of which are published in the upcoming Obama biography “Rising Star.” (Fox News)
“Americans have a “continuing normative commitment to the ideals of individual freedom and mobility,” Obama wrote in the manuscript, revealed in a Washington Post book review.
“The depth of this commitment may be summarily dismissed as the unfounded optimism of the average American — I may not be Donald Trump now, but just you wait; if I don’t make it, my children will.”
“Obama wrote the discarded book, alternately referred to as “Transformative Politics” or “Promises of Democracy: Hopeful Critiques of American Ideology,” with classmate Rob Fisher during Obama’s enrollment at Harvard from 1988-1991. More than 25 years later, Obama, now a former president, has given a far different evaluation of Trump, the current president who has promised to undo much of Obama’s White House legacy and was a frequent critic of Obama during his tenure in the Oval Office.”
Take that as proof in his own words that Obama wanted to get rich and saw a political career as the fastest way of getting there.
The difference between Obama and Trump could not possibly be more stark.
Obama enriched himself through life in public office. Trump was a billionaire long before he entered public office.
Trump earned his financial status as an entrepreneur and businessman in real estate and building skyscrapers with an unflagging persistence that paid off.
Dining on Wagyu steak; putting around on the golf links; putting America down when he travelled for business and taking lavish holidays during an 8-year stint playing as president, Obama went from coveting Trump to poisoning his presidency.
Is it not the minions of Obama and his failed 3rd-term surrogate Hillary Clinton out there defacing Trump Towers wherever they stand?
Politically they smear Trump as a misogynist, a bigot and a figure from which college and university students must flee in fear.
‘Artistically’, Trump’s a Nazi, raised in a huge—taxpayer-funded—billboard in Phoenix, Arizona, whose ‘artist’ says will remain during Trump’s term as president.
Even back in his activist days as big-talking Barry Soetoro, Obama built his political career in being against capitalist pigs, a mantra religiously followed by all Marxists.
Marxists never gave the antidote for what to do when one of their own becomes a capitalist pig.
The title of Obama’s coming book, sealed by a $65-million contract should be: ‘How a Capitalist Pig Hating Marxist Became a Capitalist Pig Himself.’
The same words should be emblazoned on an ‘artistic’ sign of the Barack Obama Library in time for opening day.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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