It Takes A Village To Boo God, Take Fake Indians and Bill Clinton Seriously
September 6, 2012 10 Comments
The Democrats got to boo God yesterday as well as hear speeches from a serial whore who wants taxpayers to pay for her consequences free sex, a fake Indian and a serial philanderer who happens to be an ex-President. Quite a night for the hope and change crowd don’t you think? The theme of the night seemed to be ‘we’re all in this together’ or perhaps in reality ‘you pay for it.’ Just looking at the lineup of speakers, is there any one of them who on his face appears to be someone who could convince people that Obama deserves a second term?
The Democrats booed God yesterday. The Democrat platform took out a section concerning God as well as a section on Jerusalem as capital of Israel. Those sections had been in the Dem platform for quite some time. Once the GOP and Jewish Democrats got wind of it, they went wild. The result? Even though Obama approved the initial platform we’re told he insisted on putting the God and Jerusalem sections back in the platform. This required a vote of the delegates and it had to pass by a 2/3 majority. By voice vote at best it appeared 50/50, it of course passed. The result? Booing and hissing on the convention floor. Apparently God is disfavored by the rank and file.
Fauxcahontas, aka Massachusetts Senate candidate and the Democrats resident fake Indian Elizabeth Warren, once again doubled down on Obama’s ‘you didn’t build that’ line. She declared that ‘we built it together.’ Was she talking about roads or was she spouting the typical leftist nonsense that capitalists didn’t build anything, their workers did. Obama and Warren expose themselves as people who were at least schooled in Marxist ideology when they drop lines like ‘you didn’t build that.’ In their minds, workers built everything and capitalists are lazy exploiters. They don’t understand capitalism, they don’t really care to. That Fauxcahontas got a prime slot at the Convention shows how much Obama really believes in this line of thinking.
Bill Clinton was Bill Clinton. He gave the sort of speech one would expect him to give. He made vague arguments in favor of Obama and spent a lot of time talking about himself. He was up against NFL Football, so no one is even going to see his speech even if you think it was masterful. It says a lot about Obama that he needs Bill Clinton to save him. From all accounts these two really don’t like each other. Clinton is doing this for Hillary, he’s securing her spot as the next nominee. But if Obama didn’t need Clinton he wouldn’t go anywhere near him. That Clinton is the keynote speaker and nominated Obama is itself a sign of desperation from the current President.
For all the positive things Clinton said about Obama last night, he cannot shake what he’s said in the past. Obama would have been getting Clinton’s bags and coffee for him just a few years ago, so Bubba said. Romney is qualified to be President, so Bubba has said. Over the last few years Clinton has had a number of attacks on Obama. These guys don’t care for each other and are using one another to further their own ends. Obama needs Clinton’s base, Clinton used the stage last night to campaign for Hillary 2016. The result is a good speech, likely better than Obama’s tonight. But it didn’t earn Obama any votes. It didn’t make a strong case for Obama’s re-election.
The Democrat Convention has been all about abortion, tax funded sex, socialism and booing God. There hasn’t been a clear message, outside of the Democrats fanatical and extreme support for abortion. The GOP Convention had very clear themes, what exactly is the clear theme of the Democrat Convention? We have an economic disaster on our hands and a major debt problem. The Democrats can’t make themes out of these issues because they have no credibility. Clinton danced around the debt issue and played fast and loose with economic statistics. He can’t even make a credible argument for Obama’s handling of the economy. The lack of clarity, the lack of Convention themes on the economy will ultimately be the downfall of this Convention and perhaps this President.
UPDATE: A little fact checking for Clinton’s speech.