Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Obama to Kids: Stop the Bullying; Obama to Latinos: Punish Your Enemies

We could take this seriously if his thugs from the unions didn't casually go around beating up people. First, the president pushes a campaign urging kids not to bully others.
“We’ve got to dispel the myth that bullying is just a normal rite of passage, or an inevitable part of growing up. It’s not,” President Obama said in a written statement. “We have an obligation to ensure that our schools are safe for all of our kids. Every single young person deserves the opportunity to learn and grow and achieve their potential, without having to worry about the constant threat of harassment.”
Tell that to Kenneth Gladney, a victim of union thuggery. Yes, a victim of Obama's own supporters. To date we haven't heard a word of condemnation from Obama. Instead, the thugs on the left call him an Uncle Tom.

At the last State of the Union address, who was it bullying the Supreme Court?
Obama the Bully, at his State of the Union address, had the temerity to criticize the Supreme Court of the United States for its new ruling that companies have a right to free speech in political campaign advertising (a right that unions already enjoyed, by the way). He did this as the justices themselves sat before him in the audience, paying their respects to a leader who showed them none.

Perhaps President Obama had forgotten an American civics lesson: The Supreme Court is the supreme law of the land. It is unseemly and disrespectful for a President to so bluntly and blatantly question the justices’ judgment and intent—especially right in front of their faces.
Who's the man who just yesterday urged his constituents to punish their enemies? Oh, right, it was Barack Obama.
“If Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us,’ if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s gonna be harder and that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2.”

Referring specifically to Republicans such as Senator John McCain, who are stressing border security and supporting strict immigration laws like Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration measure, Mr. Obama said, “Those aren’t the kinds of folks who represent our core American values.”
Who was it who spoke violent rhetoric during his 2008 campaign. Oh, right, it was Barack Obama.
“I might have to put Mr. Burgess on Fox News!” said Obama as the crowd cheered. “I’ll put Mr. Burgess up against Sean Hannity. He’ll tear him up.”
Need any more examples of bullying by Obama supporters? How about some SEIU thuggery. You'll recognize those purple shirts. They're the same people who beat up Kenneth Gladney.

It's all well and good for the president to urge kids not to bully each other, but maybe he ought to get his own supporters in line before lecturing anyone else.

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