Say it ain’t so!

I HAVE NOT been in the United States since George W. Bush was president.

In the ensuing years I have heard very disturbing rumors about what is happening above the Rio Bravo. Here are some, and I hope you will tell me they aren’t true.

1. There is a white/black president who claims he’s all black and people vote for him entirely due to that skin tone. And that his first and last names are African, and his middle name is Mohammedan. Say it ain’t so!

Barry2. This president is married to a woman who says she was never proud of America until her husband was nominated for president. Say it ain’t so!

3. This president and his wife attended a church for 20 years to hear a pastor named Jeremiah Wright holler about how evil America is. Say it ain’t so!

4. The president, contrary to law, frees Mohammedan murderers from their cells so he can get an Army deserter back home to his family, the father of which sports his own Mohammedan beard. Say it ain’t so!

5. The president chews gum at a ceremony on the anniversary of D-Day. Say it ain’t so!

6. The president won a Nobel Peace Prize 10 minutes after taking office when he had done nothing whatsoever to merit it. Say it ain’t so!

7. The president draws “red lines” for the nation’s enemies, dares them to cross it, and looks the other way, shuffling his feet, when they do. Say it ain’t so!

8. Christian bakers who don’t want to participate in gay weddings are sued, lose, and ordered to disregard their religion … and sent to sensitivity classes.* Say it ain’t so!

9. All Democrat leaders — and many Republicans too — want to give amnesty to the hordes of invaders who have entered the nation illegally via the southern border. Say it ain’t so!

10. In many quarters, if you voice an opinion against the president’s policies on anything whatsoever, you are branded a racist. Say it ain’t so!

11. The president duped the nation into swallowing socialized medicine, and the economy, which was slogging before, continues to slog as a direct result. Say it ain’t so!

12. Mayhem and murder are rife in black urban ghettos, and if you suggest there may be a severe cultural problem that needs addressing, you are branded a racist. Say it ain’t so!

13. The illegitimacy rate is over 70 percent in black urban ghettos, and if you point out that dreadful fact, you are branded a racist. Say it ain’t so!

14. The percentage of people getting disability payments has shot through the roof in recent years. Many of these people on the dole are not disabled at all. Say it ain’t so!

15. If you disagree on any issue with a person who votes Democrat, you are branded a racist. Say it ain’t so!

16. The president, plus his entire administration, refuses to use the word “terrorist” when speaking of Mohammedan terrorists. Say it ain’t so!

17. The president, immediately on taking office, headed to Mohammedan nations to kowtow and say, on behalf of his fellow Americans, how sorry he is. Say it ain’t so!

18. The president had no executive experience and little political experience before winning his office, and he appears to not understand economics even a little bit. Say it ain’t so!

19. Political and financial corruption are rampant in the federal government, especially at the IRS, the VA and the Justice Department. The president vows action but does nothing. Say it ain’t so!

20. In spite of all these issues, about 40 percent of Americans say they think the president is doing a pretty good job leading the nation. Pass the Kool-Aid. Say it ain’t so!

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It appears I got out of the United States and became a Mexican just in time. Whew!

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* This reeks to high heaven like reeducation camps.

12 thoughts on “Say it ain’t so!”

  1. The sad thing is that this president can do whatever he wants to do and no one has the balls to do anything about it.

    Look on the bright side. At least he hasn’t appointed Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson to the cabinet of something or other!

    Funny thing is, all of my black friends despise both Sharpton and Jackson and want nothing to do with them, so where’s their support coming from?

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    1. Tancho: Barry appointed Eric Holder. Not really that much difference between him and Sharpton, just the hair-dos, and I imagine Holder reads a teleprompter better than Sharpton, which ain’t saying much.

      At the early part of Barry’s administration he appointed Anita Dunn as communications director and Van Jones as “green czar.” Both had to be quickly fired after praising Mao out loud in public.

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  2. Three months ago, President Obama gave an interview to David Remnick, who asked him about the role race has played in public opinion during his presidency.

    “There’s no doubt that there’s some folks who just really dislike me because they don’t like the idea of a black President,” Obama said. “Now, the flip side of it is there are some black folks and maybe some white folks who really like me and give me the benefit of the doubt precisely because I’m a black President.”

    “There is a historic connection between some of the arguments that we have politically and the history of race in our country, and sometimes it’s hard to disentangle those issues,” he went on. “You can be somebody who, for very legitimate reasons, worries about the power of the federal government — that it’s distant, that it’s bureaucratic, that it’s not accountable — and as a consequence you think that more power should reside in the hands of state governments. But what’s also true, obviously, is that philosophy is wrapped up in the history of states’ rights in the context of the civil-rights movement and the Civil War and Calhoun. There’s a pretty long history there. And so I think it’s important for progressives not to dismiss out of hand arguments against my Presidency or the Democratic Party or Bill Clinton or anybody just because there’s some overlap between those criticisms and the criticisms that traditionally were directed against those who were trying to bring about greater equality for African-Americans. The flip side is I think it’s important for conservatives to recognize and answer some of the problems that are posed by that history …”

    “Say it ain’t so!” Says far more about you than the 44th President Barack Hussein Obama of the United States of America.

    It ain’t so!

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  3. Reminds me of this:

    So the Emperor went in procession under the rich canopy, and every one in the streets said, “How incomparable are the Emperor’s new clothes! what a train he has to his mantle! how it fits him!” No one would let it be perceived that he could see nothing, for that would have shown that he was not fit for his office, or was very stupid. No clothes of the Emperor’s had ever had such a success as these.

    “But he has nothing on!” a little child cried out at last.

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