Obama: “The World Is Less Violent Than It Has Ever Been.”
Deary, deary, me. The delusional emperor without sense, without a brain, even; a supposed “Dear Leader” to whom pathological lying has become an art form. How many have been beheaded in Iraq in the past few months? How many are dying and are dead due to his FAILED “Arab Spring?” How many schoolgirls were kidnapped by Boka Haram in Nigeria? Strewth, how many murders have been committed in the South Side of Chicago just this year alone? I’ll help him out with that one – 162 homicides thus far as of Wednesday, of which 23 were women.
It would appear that you just can’t fix stupid.
This man in the White House, pretending that he is a leader or something, is a psychotic liar or a delusional idiot. Either way, he’s not mentally fit. Just step back for a second and imagine a member of the “other side” saying something like this. Say Mitt Romney, or Ted Cruz, or Sarah Palin, or President George W. Bush; they would be excoriated in the media 24/7 for at least 2 weeks, yet these idiotic statements from the delusional emperor without sense won’t even cause a blip in the mainstream media.
Let’s give him a quick run-down of what is happening internationally, shall we?
China is threatening the Philippines, Japan, Vietnam, and Malaysia.
North Korea has free rein.
Iran all but has their nukes.
Putin just seized Crimea, the first change in a European border by force since WWII.
Putin has also intimidated Ukraine, especially Eastern Ukraine and has gotten everything he could have wished.
Syria’s Assad, where Obama drew that stupid red line, murders whomever he wants, when he wants and is still using chemical weapons, but Obama says and does nothing.
Obama remains openly hostile to Israel, and has all but endorsed the merger of the PLA with the terrorist organization Hamas.
Obama is surrendering Afghanistan back to the Taliban. Al Qaeda is flying its black flag over large parts of Iraq, at the same time scurrying around in an effort to kidnap more of our military since Obama is willing to pay ANY price for them.
Obama, on his own and without Congressional approval, just released the 5 worst Taliban terrorist leaders in the world who vow to start killing Americans again ASAP.
Obama is a total disaster, the U.S. is in a massive decline, and none of our allies trust us under his incompetent, inept, disastrous and rapidly-failing “presidency.” The delusional emperor without sense indeed.
Obama MUST go before he does any more damage to this Constitutional Republic. PERIOD.
At a White House event on Wednesday where he took questions from Tumblr users, President Obama addressed what he will be doing 10 years from now.
DAVID KARP, TUMBLR CEO: There are plenty of young people out there today who are watching your career incredibly closely. They’re thinking about their futures, their careers, their educations that they’re going off to pursue. Astonishment asked, “Where do you see yourself in 10 years?” (Laughter.)
THE PRESIDENT: Well, I haven’t projected out 10 years. I’m really focused on making sure that I make every day in the next two and a half years count, because it’s an incredible privilege to be in this office. And even when I’m frustrated with Congress or I’m frustrated with the press and how it’s reporting things and Washington generally, I also know that there’s something I can do every single day that’s helping somebody and that sometimes without a lot of fanfare we’re making it easier for a business to get a loan, and we’re making it easier for a young person to get an education, and we’re making it easier for a family to get health care, and making sure that each day I come away with something that we’ve done to make it a little easier for folks to work their way into the middle class, to stay in the middle class, to save for retirement, to finance their kids’ college educations — that’s a good day for me.
I know what I’ll do right after the next President is inaugurated. I’ll be on a beach somewhere drinking out of a coconut. (Laughter.) But that probably won’t last too long.
And one of the things that Michelle and I have talked about a lot is we’re really interested in developing young people and working with them and creating more institutions to promote young leadership. I’m so impressed when I meet young people around the country. They’re full of passion. They’re full of ideas. I think they’re much wiser and smarter than I was, part of it maybe is because of Tumblr — I don’t know. (Laughter.)
And so there’s just huge potential. And the challenge is they’re also fed a lot of cynicism. You guys are fed a lot of cynicism every single day about how nothing works and big institutions stink and government is broken. And so you channel a lot of your passion and energy into various private endeavors.
But this country has always been built both through an individual initiative, but also a sense of some common purpose. And if there’s one message I want to deliver to young people like a Tumblr audience is, don’t get cynical. Guard against cynicism. I mean, the truth of the matter is that for all the challenges we face, all the problems that we have, if you had to be — if you had to choose any moment to be born in human history, not knowing what your position was going to be, who you were going to be, you’d choose this time. The world is less violent than it has ever been. It is healthier than it has ever been. It is more tolerant than it has ever been. It is better fed then it’s ever been. It is more educated than it’s ever been.
Terrible things happen around the world every single day, but the trend lines of progress are unmistakable. And the reason is, is because each successive generation tries to learn from previous mistakes and pushes the course of history in a better direction. And the only thing that stops that is if people start thinking that they don’t make a difference and they can’t make changes. And that’s fed in our culture all the time.
It’s fascinating to me — I don’t consume a lot of television, but generally, the culture right now is inherently in a cynical mood in part because we went through a big trauma back in 2007, 2008 with the financial crisis, and we went through a decade of wars that were really tough. And that’s the era in which you were born.
But look out on the horizon, and there’s a lot of opportunity out there. And that’s what I’d like to do after the presidency, is make sure that I help young people guard against cynicism and do the remarkable things they can do.