The Audacity of Dopes

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    The media is on its knees. It's the customary position of worship, and worship they do -- Barack Obama -- their chosen "one."


    He is the man they told us would halt the rise of the oceans and heal the planet, the man who had game like Lebron, knew more than his advisers, was more brilliant than all brilliance, the smartest man to ever be president, the winner of a Nobel Prize and 2 Grammy awards, who was like Lincoln, then FDR, then JFK, then Reagan, the man who would make America loved and respected the world over, the man who would balance the budget and usher in a new era of racial tolerance -- no white America or black America, one America -- the man who would get us out of our cars and break our dependency on foreign oil, who would change the economy into a green energy powerhouse, the man who would solve all the ills of all the world, the man who would change everything. He was new, he was different. He was better than the common man; he was more than us; he was like a god.

    Three and a half years later, the only thing Barack Obama has improved is his golf game. For the media, when their messiah is 0 for a zillion, what can they do? It's too late to quit. They are all in. They have to double down.

    Mitt Romney makes a comment about how 47% of Americans are "dependent" on government handouts, and the media is outraged that he would tell the truth.

    The rest of America is outraged that the figure is 47%...........

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    In any case, we will never know because they weren't there, apparently because Barack Obama didn't want to insult the Libyans with an American presence.

    Imagine: an American president thinking the presence of Americans is insulting.

    This should be a huge story -- and would be with any other president. Yet the narrative pushed by the media was that Mitt Romney's denunciation of the Cairo Embassy's statement of apology, issued just before the attack in Egypt, showed him to be unfit to lead. It wasn't about the assassination of an American ambassador at our consulate in Benghazi, the first since 1979.

    Four Americans lost their lives in coordinated attacks, on the anniversary of radical Islam's greatest triumph, one of them an American ambassador, who reportedly was sodomized by his attackers before being killed.

    ...And this unlucky quartet was left virtually unprotected, in a war zone, by this administration.

    ...And it took Obama most of a day to renounce the apology.

    ...And after denouncing the video and the violence, he immediately jumped on his plane to Vegas to raise campaign cash (too bad what goes to Vegas doesn't stay in Vegas).

    ...And since then, despite attacks on our embassies all over the world, spokesmen for the administration want us to believe that it's not about a failure in policy -- or that they don't like us -- no one could dislike Obama, after all. It is about a low-rent YouTube video made months ago that few people 'til recently had even seen.

    ...And the administration asks Google, owner of YouTube, to take down the video and has the maker of the video brought in for "questioning." First Amendment...what First Amendment? We don't need no stinking First Amendment rights in Barack Obama's America.

    Yet...the story is about Mitt -- the audacity of these dopes.

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