Gone, not forgotten

AS LEFTISTS continue to swoon, roll their eyeballs and riot in the streets over the presidency of Donald Trump, let us pause and gaze back at the Barry Obama years.

A tip of the sombrero to The Beltway Times for bringing this video to my attention.

9 thoughts on “Gone, not forgotten

    1. Señor Gill: It is sad and true. While I can forgive somewhat people’s voting for Barry in 2008, it’s very difficult to repeat that forgiveness for those who voted for him again in 2012. At that time, it was crystal clear who was in the Oval Office.

      The video does not even mention the two high officials who were shown the door very early in the first administration due to their praising Mao in public speeches. One was the infamous Van Jones who was “czar” of something or other. The second was a woman whose name and position I do not remember. Both spouting Mao!

      And who can forget 20 years of sitting in the pew Sunday mornings and listening to the sermons of Jeremiah “God damn America!” Wright?


  1. And that’s why so many people think he was the best president the country has ever had. I am amazed at their insistence, over and over again, especially the ones that loved him so much, that they wanted him to be able to have a third term. There is no excuse for ignorance.

    So it proves that if you are a community organizer you can be president and requires no experience to run the country. Well, he did know how to apologize and glad-hand people.


    1. Tancho: Most of his apologies went to Mohammedans, and I don’t think he was much of a glad-hander, certainly not in the Bill Clinton category. Now there was a glad-hander. Barry was stand-offish or, as his fans like to say, real cool.


  2. I presume that this organization, in the interest of fairness, balance, and truth, did a similar video about the legacy of the Bush II administration.

    Both the last two presidents were bad, but in different ways. And both were bad in what they did not do, namely put America on a sound fiscal path. In fact, while the first gave the idea some lip service, I don’t think the second even mentioned it.

    And our current president is also paying some lip service, (and said some vaguely hopeful things on the campaign trail) but doesn’t appear to be even remotely close to addressing the problem either.

    Sadly, a sustainable fiscal path will, perforce, involve a smaller Pentagon budget, and higher eligibility ages for both Social Security and Medicare.

    None of that is going to be popular with anyone. Which is why we are slowly cruising into the fiscal crisis that will consume us all.


    Kim G
    Redding, CA
    Where we wish the media would focus on these important issues and stop with the trivia.


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