Just In Case You Missed O’s Coy-And-Paste Speech

THAT ‘JOBS SPEECH’ THAT WAS SUPPOSED TO ‘REFRAME’ THE DEBATE? NOT SO MUCH

Rumor said that key Democrats were worried about O’s incessant attacks on small businesses and the wealthy – that they simply weren’t working. We heard that Democratic strategists – James Carville included – had outlined a new strategy to replace O’s ineffectual class-warfare mantra. We were told that his speech in Cleveland Wednesday would “reframe the debate” and be a “turning point” in his foundering reelection campaign.

Guess what? The rumors were wrong. We were told wrong.

O was O. O is always O. All he did in Cleveland was drag out the same old tired campaign lines – most of them verbatim – as he once again blamed everyone and everything – except himself and his failed policies – for the current state of economic and unemployment woes. Even worse – this rerun ran almost an hour.

The O-man may be a good (vs. “great”; his pattern of speech has become both predictable and boring.) orator – especially when it comes to reading from a teleprompter while making it look as if he’s actually thinking through the things he’s mouthing as he mouths them; but the facade is gone – the truth has been laid bare for all to see. This pretender to the throne is just that – a pretender; nothing less, nothing more. In a strange way, it’s kind of sad – the same kind of sad I felt when I saw the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain the first time.

Incidentally, did anyone notice that Mitt Romney spoke without the aid of a teleprompter Wednesday? 

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What’s next, O – a reenactment of Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech – from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial?

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Categories: Barack Obama, Class Warfare at its Best, Delusion or Dishonesty?, Obama Reelection Campaign, Obama the Laughable, Our Embarrassment for a President, Seriously, Squandered Opportunities, The Obama Blame Game, The Utter Failure of Barack Obama

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  1. Hmm…didn’t leave my comment.

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