You might have been before, bitch. Not anymore.
Honorary for life, perhaps. Not anymore.
Oh Jesus! Go away, snatch.
“Uh … uhm … that would be me.”
The speech from Obama tonight, strangely timed to break into a highly rated prime-time football game, made me physically ill. First and foremost, let’s get this out of the way: where in the blue fuck does this President get off quoting scripture? Anyone that knows me knows that I am not religious, and the only thing that enrages me more than an actual Christian throwing religion at a tragedy is someone like our Douche-Nozzle-In-Chief doing so.
I call horseshit. This President and his party’s attitude towards Christians have been nothing short of contemptuous one-hundred percent of the time. How dare you, sir? After that lead-in, the ears of those who know not to buy this brand of bullshit perked up. Having the unfortunate experience of paying attention to our Asshole-In-Chief, I know to watch the first sentence and everything after the word, “but”. Allow me to illustrate. After the platitudes came this:
“But we, as a nation, we are left with some hard questions.”Asshole. After more platitudes, his next paragraph begins:
“And we know we can’t do this by ourselves.”Asshole. How can you be so shameless as to exploit this tragedy to promote more government? Should I construe the above sentence to mean anything else? Next:
“And in that way, we come to realize that we bear a responsibility for every child because we’re counting on everybody else to help look after ours; that we’re all parents; that they’re all our children. This is our first task — caring for our children.”ASSHOLE! You know how “everybody else” could have helped look after these kids? If “everybody else” wasn’t unarmed you useless douche. Besides, if we are talking about “our” first task as a Federal entity, that is decidedly NOT anything other than protecting us from enemies abroad. Of course, after all this, he goes for the throat:
“And by that measure, can we truly say, as a nation, that we are meeting our obligations?”Failure of a nation, says The Biggest Douche In The Universe. We all know this is predication of stricter gun laws, yet The Douche fails to recognize that gun laws have created this problem. The current laws on the books did not stop this tragedy. If there were stricter laws in place, this still would have happened. The douchiest money shot:
“We’re not doing enough. And we will have to change.”That’s right, ass-much. Work in that campaign slogan, you sleaze. I’m so pissed I can barely see straight. I’m writing this late Sunday night, and not much from the opinion world is out yet, but I certainly hope I am not the only one who calls out this for the travesty that it is.
Exploit the death of children for a political agenda? Yes, apparently, he can.
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