Saturday, January 29, 2011

OBAMA = REAGAN . . . . . . . . . PUH-LEEZE

The Left-Wing Mainstream Media has over-reached itself this time:


The Obama Political Machine is obviously in a panic mode - they've seen the poll numbers, they know everything they're doing to the economy and on the international scene is blowing up in their faces, the election last November was a rout that makes Custer's Last Stand look like a Sunday School picnic. State of the Union is report card time and their man gets up there and flubs that - he's got nothing to say and the whole world gets to watch him waffle it.

The fact of the matter is the U.S.S. Obama is leaking like a sieve, but not quite yet dead in the water. In a desperate attempt to save any hope for the future, the Democrats come up with THIS brilliant propaganda theme:


"OBAMA LOVES REAGAN"

The managing editor at TIME Magazine, Richard Stengel, attempts to explain their latest cover; an image of Reagan with his arm around Obama:

"The cover is Why Obama Loves Reagan. It's a Photoshopped image of the two men together. They never actually met, but I'd like to think they'd have a good time if they were sitting down at the White House together and it's basically how Obama from even the 1980s started looking at Reagan as a transformational politician - not in terms of substance, but in terms of style with someone he would model himself after, and that has happened over the last 20 years.


GIVE ME A FREAKING BREAK! DEPARTMENT

Obama HATED Reagan - he even wrote about it in his book Dreams From My Father:

"When classmates in college asked me just what it was that a community organizer did, I couldn't answer them directly. Instead, I'd pronounce on the need for change. Change in the White House, where Reagan and his minions were carrying on their dirty deeds . . ."

Further on, Obama criticizes Reagan for "verbal legerdemain"; accusing Reagan of duplicity in the gap between his optimistic words and the actions of his administration.


This attempt by the Left to repackage Obama as the new Reagan strains the imagination; one of Obama's stated reasons for wanting power was to do away with what Reagan had accomplished. Obama has nothing in common with Ronald Reagan. If Reagan were alive today watching all this, he'd puke at what's being done to his legacy and to the great work he did as President.

Everybody knows that liberals all hate Reagan, they all despise Reagan, to a man. A singular, constant objective of the Left always has been to revise Reagan history; during Reagan's time in office they berated his economic policy - trickle-down; "a rising tide lifts all boats" - their catch phrase for it was 'Voodoo Economics'. Never mind that his policies actually worked, and led to a twenty-eight year economic boom, unparalleled in the history of the entire world.

Reagan fought the Communists when the rest of the world had resigned itself to turning their collective back to the Red Threat, drop trousers, bend over and grab the ankles. He alerted on the arm shipments into the Western Hemisphere from Communist sources, and in Grenada and Nicaragua he did something about it. What did the Democrats do to admire and support this Cold Warrior? They attempted to destroy him for domestic political gain - Iran-Contra - and a lot of good, decent mens' careers were ruined in the process.

They mock Reagan, suggest he was suffering from Alzheimer's while in the office. Just recently a young wet-behind-the-ears whippersnapper informed me that Ronald Reagan was nothing more than a drooling, Disney automaton during his last two years in the Whitehouse - the fact that this kid was in diapers during that time frame illustrates the effectiveness of the Left's ongoing campaign against Ronald Reagan.

Here's Ronald Reagan's Farewell Address to the Nation, some ten months after leaving office:




Sounds lucid enough to me . . . and listen to the glorious things the Ron Bomb is saying: he's celebrating patriotism, love of country, American Exceptionalism, and deploring the fact that a portion of this has been lost amongst the younger generation.

Obama, on the other hand, has made a career out of badmouthing his country, and shaking hands with such well-known America haters as hate-spewing preacherman Jeremiah Wright and the terrorist Bill Ayers:


"GOD D*MN AMERI-K-K-K-A ! ! !"



"I DON'T REGRET SETTING BOMBS. I FEEL WE DIDN'T DO ENOUGH."


So now that Obama's lost his mojo, what's a closet Communist gonna do to save his political bacon? Who you gonna call? The ghost of Ronald Reagan.

Richard Stengel continues: "A lot of parallels. Reagan obviously lost both houses in that midterm election. His popularity went down to 35%. But the economy in Reagan's case came back that next year, came back at 7% GDP growth. If Obama gets half of that, he's lucky. But the other difference is, I mean there are a lot of similarities but one difference is you always knew where Ronald Reagan stood. I mean for 25 years he was talking about government is the problem, not the solution. And Obama doesn't quite have that same clear through line that Reagan has. And he's trying to get that. You can't say the opposite of that, that government is the solution, not the problem. And in the story, he talks about how there needed to be a correction to the Reagan correction. And that's what he's trying to do."

These people hate Reagan, they despise Reagan, they're against everything that Ronald Reagan stood for, and now they're trying to make Obama the next Reagan. Yet Stengel himself admits that Obama wants to reverse Reagan. The body always rises to the surface; the truth always comes out.


CONTRAST AND COMPARE:

Ronald Reagan's message was that America is a shining city on a hill, whose best days are still ahead of her.


Barack Obama apologized to France and Europe ("America Has Shown Arrogance" speech Strasbourg, France, April 3, 2009.); apologized to the Muslim World ("We Have Not Been Perfect" interview with Al Arabiya, January 27, 2009); apologized for the War on Terror ("We Went off Course" speech at the National Archives, Washington, D.C., May 21, 2009); apologized for Guantanamo ("A Rallying Cry for Our Enemies" speech at the National Archives, Washington, D.C., May 21, 2009)


Reagan's message was that Government is not the solution to our problems, that Government IS the problem.


Obama insists that Government's mission is to "spread the wealth around". In cavalier style he signs off on the greatest government expenditure in the history of the Republic - GREATER than the total sum combined government spending in the entire history of the Republic - and shrugging it off, he dismisses the citizenry; "You go into some of these small towns in Pennsylvania, and like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, . . . they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion . . . to explain their frustrations."


THERE IS NO COMPARISON



Obama loves Ronald Reagan? Sorry, I ain't buying it . . .


. . . . . . . . . . . . . SEAN LINNANE SENDS


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12 comments:

  1. Reagan? REAGAN?? How about comparisons to Steve Urkel?

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  2. What a lame attempt at association. Trying to compare the Great Tele Prompter Reader with the Great Orator. This is a jarring visual for my inner thoughts regarding this great imposter.

    Steve

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  3. I'm reading Reagan's autobiography, An American Life. I lived through his 8 years as a college student and then a new hire federal emloyee (84-88). He was HATED by the federal employees to objectively defend anything he did brought incredibly vitriolic attacks from co-workers at every break or period of conversation. The attitude still exists in the federal workplace today.

    In my opinion, Ronald Reagan was the best President since Thomas Jefferson. His actions made the world safer, and provided the economic growth that allowed the 90s to be such a growth and budget success. There is a lag between action and results which works against the responsible leaders because of the American media (and electorate) short attention span.

    Limited central government is the only way to long term human freedom.

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  4. I too was a Federal Employee, a Federal Agent in fact. Reagan was revered by every man and woman I worked with, as well as the state and local police that worked with us on our various task forces.

    So while it might seem currently fashionable to demonize all federal employees by associating them with other than conservative values, let me assure you that in some venues that is not the case.

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  5. As my grandfather used to say, "LIFE Magazine is for those who can't read; TIME Magazine is for those who can't think.".

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  6. So, finally.... has Time Magazine "Jumped the Shark?"

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  7. Reagan had the middle convinced...by word and deed. Jugears had them fooled...for awhile. Now they know they voted for an empty suit and Jugears can't win in '12 without them. His only hope to change whats going on is to fool them again.
    One and done!

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  8. To the person that commented re: federal employees hating Reagan....I'm of the opinion that we can change the dirty shirt of the presidency BUT we will still have the filthy underwear of the bureaucratic communists that populate the rank and file.

    Once we purge the White House of the filth that is in there now....we then need to purge the Government workers collective.

    When you treat cancer; you excise the tumor and then you give multiweeks of chemo medicines to get the last vestiges of rogue circulating cells.

    I propose a similar treatment for government workers. Once the bumbler is gone we need to excise government workers...I would think going about 13-14 levels deep would be effective.

    Steve

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  9. RR was tough as Govner in Kali.
    He shut down the funny farms and made a lot of inmates into 'Teh Homeless'. But he balanced the budget.
    As Pres he kicked the SSRs ass and made the rest of the world back up and say "shit, don't fuck with the USA".
    He told the ATC "back off or I will fire your as", they didn't and he did.
    Man had brass ones.
    Since then? More like tits.
    This won? A community organizer, WTF?

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  10. It's like the word went out to the networks: call SOTU address "Reaganesque" - I heard Christiane Amanpour and 2 others use the word. Reagan indeed! This re-invention of Obama just shows what low regard they have for the American people. Sarah Palin called it best when she said Obama called on us to "Win The Future," and that there were plenty of other WTF moments in his speech!

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  11. baahahhahahah your blog is a joke, man.

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