Is there another “stupid” — allegedly “intelligent” guy working in the Oval Office?
I have got to come clean with everyone who reads this little article. I am convinced that Barack Obama can’t help it — you know, those quips that dive out of his mouth before he has taken the time to consider the consequences of what he says. Listening to Barack Obama reminds me of a disheveled Washington D.C., just a ten years ago when some crazy maniac’s were lying in perfect firing position and killed people without remorse or a slightest thought. Recalling this incident, I am reminded of a great chief of police in Montgomery County, Maryland named Chief Charles Moose.
I really wish that he could have been in North Charleston earlier today. He had an expression that reminded one to think before asking or making some type of off the wall comment. He affectionately called it, “Don’t be stuck on stupid” now, when you have already been given the correct answer.
I believe with no offense intended, that Barack Obama is so absorbed within himself that he is completely oblivious to what is going on in the world around him. How else could anyone make such mistakes when it comes to the Judeo-Christian set of beliefs that this entire country was founded upon.
Radio host Richard Fowler weighed in on “The Kelly File” tonight about President Barack Obama suggesting that he’s concerned by “less-than-loving” Christians. Stating undauntingly…
“On Easter, I do reflect on the fact that, as a Christian, I am supposed to love, and I have to say that sometimes when I listen to less-than-loving expressions by Christians, I get concerned, but that’s a topic for another day,” Obama said at the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast today.
Megyn Kelly asked Fowler if he thought Obama was sending the wrong message by bashing Christians.
“Here’s the thing, and I think of the holiday of Easter and we’re celebrating the resurrection of Christ,” Fowler said. “…I think there’s a point to be made here…treat your neighbor as you would like to be treated. I think that is what the president is trying to espouse and I think he’s right.”
That is precisely what I am talking about when I say, this person Obama is stuck on stupid. Now not to be misunderstood, what Mr. Fowler did was very much along the lines of a communication ombudsman. Just select the words that Obama spoke and compare them to the words that Mr. Fowler used. There is not one thing clearly similar between the two.
But Kelly cut him off, stating that maybe Obama “shouldn’t be up on the high horse, when he was just like on the lower horse a couple of years ago.”
Fowler said he agreed, but fired back with explaining that the Bible states to “love your neighbors as you would like to be loved.” He said that it shouldn’t matter if the person is black, white, gay, lesbian or transgendered. Again with the outlandish references put forth on blacks, whites, gays, lesbian, or transgendered individuals. In all sincerity what does any of that remotely have to do with what Obama said?
Bill O’Reilly tonight slammed President Barack Obama’s remarks at yesterday’s Easter Prayer Breakfast about “less-than-loving expressions by Christians.”
Greg Gutfeld sounded off this evening on President Barack Obama’s “perfect trolling” and “adolescent petulance” at this week’s Easter Prayer Breakfast, where Obama expressed concern for “less-than-loving expressions by Christians.”
Gutfeld said it’s simply too easy to nail Obama for his “adolescent petulance” that he mistakes for speaking truth to power. “The Five” co-host remarked that it’s also just too easy to nail the president for his hypocrisy as he smears Christians while condemning those who do the same to Muslims.