Obama and the Rutherford B. Hayes Hoax

The more Barack Obama speaks, the more insipidly stupid this arrogant ignoramus sounds.  The 44th President of the United States is a mass-produced product of an affirmative action educational free pass propped-up by a grading on a cretin curve curriculum.  Americans are heavily propagandized to see as brilliant this Harvard deconstructed flim-flam man simply because he is African-American and hence supposedly beyond critical reproach.

On Friday, Barack the Backward Boob had the audacity to take cheap and blatantly untrue shots at historically important pioneers of innovation as a way to publicly promote his government-funded Green gaffes.  He laughed at Mary Somerville, the champion of radio educational broadcasts.  He poked fun at George Peck, a poor farm boy who became the President of the Edison Illumination Company and who bankrolled Henry Ford’s automobile enterprise.  And he chuckled over Rutherford B. Hayes, our 19th President of the United States, for supposedly dismissing Alexander Graham Bell’s telephone invention as impractical despite the fact that Hayes publicly praised the invention and quickly had a telephone system installed at the While House.

Of course, Mark Steyn, lampooning Obama over at the Orange County Register, summed up the Barack bull session on Friday quite succinctly.

A man who has enjoyed a million dollars of elite education yet has never created a dime of wealth in his life sneers at a crippled farm boy with an eighth-grade schooling who establishes a successful business and introduces electrical distribution across Michigan all the way up to Sault Ste Marie. A man sneers at one of the pioneering women in broadcasting, a lady who brought the voices of T.S. Eliot, G.K. Chesterton and others into the farthest-flung classrooms and would surely have rejected Obama’s own dismal speech as being too obviously reliant on “Half-A-Dozen Surefire Cheap Cracks For Lazy Public Speakers.” A man whose own budget officials predict the collapse of the entire U.S. economy by 2027 sneers at a solvent predecessor for being insufficiently “forward-looking.”  Orange County Register

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6 Responses to Obama and the Rutherford B. Hayes Hoax

  1. Paula says:

    I love your soap box! And a great post, all the way around.

  2. Glen A. Amos says:

    Who will the average person trust, Tom Hanks or Mark Steyn? I suggest to you that most people have never heard of the brilliant Mr. Steyn. Most all of those same people think they know, like and trust the :lovable” Mr. Hanks. Have you seen Hanks just released propaganda piece in support of Obama?

    Liberals have no problem with corrupt Chicago style politics. They pretend to believe that the reason Democrats reject voter ID is to prevent minorities from being turned away from the voting booth. They drum up a phony GOP “war on women” even after openly and aggressively crucifying Sarah Palin, Michelle Malkin and numerous other conservative women for years. To quote Ms. Malkin, “If I had a dollar for every time libs have called me a “Manila whore” and “Subic Bay bar girl” I’d be able to pay for a ticket to a Hollywood-for-Obama fundraiser.”

    Something is terribly wrong with those who willingly swallow the poison Kool-Aid that is liberalism. It cannot be attributed to ignorance. No United States citizen with an IQ above 90 could truly believe that Republicans hate women, want dirty air, dirty water, and don’t care if children and the elderly starve.Yet liberals continue so accept and spread this crap.

    • Glen,

      You’re right. Most folks have never heard of Mark Steyn but are certainly familiar with Tom Hanks and many perceive him as some wonderfully benign celebrity. But people are wising up and they’re getting turned off by these rich egos prancing their politics in front of the camera. It’s getting old and tired, just like all that Obama glitz.

      We’re paying the price of decades of neglect when it comes to our culture. The Left own the media, they own the universities, and they own our education system in general. That didn’t happen overnight. We thought we had achieved victory in the 1980s with a two-term Ronald Reagan. Hardly. The Left made tremendous cultural gains during that decade while we were busy playing politics exclusively. We can’t win elections when the electorate no longer see any value in the very concepts that made our country great.

      I don’t see our struggle as a war to be won in one or two victorious elections. We have a long haul in front of us but we have FINALLY gotten our butts off the couch and are beginning to get ourselves organized, and I don’t just mean the Tea Party. After spending many years moving in Lefty circles, the one thing I’ve learned is not to despise the days of small beginnings, but instead to realize that cultural and political momentum are generated and sustained by an active and thriving sub-culture.

      Not to sound like Pollyanna here, but I think we’re already making big strides. Jason Mattera’s new book, Hollywood Hypocrites is taking a big swipe at Obama’s Hollywood backers and exposing them for the rich elitists they really are. And sticking a microphone in Chris Rock’s face—I loved it! Now that’s the kind of aggressive shake-their-tree tactics that we need to do more of. These phonies move in the public sphere and when they step into the political arena, they’re fair game.

      We’re creating a thriving conservative culture across this country and it will take time for us to make significant gains. But a paradigm shift is coming. So for now, we all do our little bit and support each other in our efforts.

      Ok, I’ll climb down from my soapbox now.

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