A Greegie for Obama

An official Greegie Award, for egregious stupidity in high places, to our first Voter Fraud President, who earlier this week told graduating students at Ohio State not to listen one little bit to all those silly persons who warn you to beware of government tyranny.

Nope, not a lick of truth to it–absolutely no grounds to fear our loveable federal government. “Unfortunately,” said President Golfball, “you’ve grown up hearing voices that incessantly warn of government as nothing more than some separate, sinister entity that’s at the root of all our problems.” Gee–you mean it isn’t? “Some of these same voices also do their best to gum up the works.” Nobody gums up the works like you do, ace. “They’ll warn that tyranny [is] always lurking just around the corner. You should reject these voices,” yatta-yatta.

Man, I get paid for writing fantasy, and I can’t compete with this guy. But there he goes again, Mr. Uniter, warning Americans that other Americans are out to get them and he’s their only hope.

But it’s all clear: there is no lurking tyranny. Just the IRS admitting it harassed conservatives. Just the odd “human rights” commission or two, coming down like dynamite on this or that individual who somehow failed to jump when some “gay” told him or her to jump. Just Health & Human Services forcing Christians to pay for abortions. Just the Army deciding that American Christians–that is, the vast majority of the people in America–are a bigger threat to America than bomb-happy jihadists. Just the prez and his henchmen in  Congress trying to confiscate everybody’s guns, trying to amend the Constitution without going through the amendment process… when they’re not forcing you to buy health insurance that you don’t want.

Oh, no–there’s no threat of tyranny from this government!

Besides which, it shows a distinct lack of class to lie to such a credulous audience as college students. Like shooting fish in a barrel.

One comment on “A Greegie for Obama”

  1. What is there to say? The stupidity comes so hard and fast; everywhere we turn there’s some new idiocy being done or said. Evil is praised and good is mocked. It’s a sad, crazy world for sure.

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