Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Barry O Does Irony

The Campaigner in Chief, it seems he never gets off the campaign trail, but why should he it seems to be the only thing he does well, in responding to some questions posed to him for an interview for NBC's "Today" show, gave an answer that is just dripping with irony. Irony that is lost on him, and every other liberal who are all graduates of the Circular Argument School of Rationalization.

In order to make the point I sort of rearranged the paragraphs from the AP story to make the point a little more obvious.
In an interview broadcast Tuesday on NBC's "Today" show, Obama said he feels "there's still going to be a group at their core that question my legitimacy." But he said he didn't want to paint Tea Party activists "in broad brushes" and he hopes to win over members who have "mainstream, legitimate concerns."

President Barack Obama says he believes the Tea Party is built around a "core group" of people who question whether he is a U.S. citizen and believe he is a socialist.

But beyond that, Obama tells NBC he recognizes the movement involves "folks who have legitimate concerns" about the national debt and whether the government is taking on too many difficult issues simultaneously.

Yup, don't want to paint with those broad brushes like all of those failed sycophantic news organizations that continue to fall on their swords, and their bank accounts, in their blind obedience to "The One".

How does this square with his fluffy talk about toning down the rhetoric? He is still running from the former governor of Alaska. She must haunt his every sleeping moment. I wonder how many times he wakes up in cold sweat screaming her name in the middle of the night?

The Tea Party has certainly made great strides, going from a "few" discontented radicals to now occupying the majority of attention from this administration. They fear the Tea Party folks more then they do Islamic terrorists with nukes.

BTW the picture was for the benefit of the lamestream media who continue to push the racist nature of tea partiers. It was just a random picture I found. Gee you would think organizations with dozens of fact checkers might be able to do it too. Might I suggest they quit using Google for a search engine and switch to Ask.

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