Saturday, October 06, 2012

Obama appeals to feminists

I watched the Presidential debate to see how long it would take for Barack Obama to reveal himself as an emasculated weakling and blame all his problems on G.W. Bush. It only took 10 seconds:
21:04:24: PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: Well, thank you very much, Jim, for this opportunity. I want to thank Governor Romney and the University of Denver for your hospitality.

There are a lot of points I want to make tonight, but the most important one is that 20 years ago I became the luckiest man on Earth because Michelle Obama agreed to marry me.

And so I just want to wish, Sweetie, you happy anniversary and let you know that a year from now we will not be celebrating it in front of 40 million people.


You know, four years ago we went through the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression.
Really? He wants to be re-elected and his most important point is to remember his wife's anniversary?

In other words: Feminists, please vote for me, because I am subservient to a woman!

Or maybe: Don't vote for me so that on next years anniversary, I will have nothing to do but to cater to my wife's wishes.

Obama sounded as it he did not want to be President.

The claim of "worst financial crisis" is crazy. We had a housing crash, but it was no worse than the NASDAQ crash in the last years of the Clinton administration. You didn't hear Bush spending 4 years blaming Clinton.

Romney showed that he was firmly in control as he smoothly and gracefully and pointedly disrepected both Obama and the host, Jim Lehrer:
21:26:31: ROMNEY: ... What things would I cut from spending? Well, first of all, I will eliminate all programs by this test, if they don't pass it: Is the program so critical it's worth borrowing money from China to pay for it? And if not, I'll get rid of it. Obamacare's on my list.

I apologize, Mr. President. I use that term with all respect, by the way.

OBAMA: I like it.

ROMNEY: Good. OK, good. So I'll get rid of that.

I'm sorry, Jim, I'm going to stop the subsidy to PBS. I'm going to stop other things. I like PBS, I love Big Bird. Actually like you, too. But I'm not going to -- I'm not going to keep on spending money on things to borrow money from China to pay for. That's number one.
Romney left no doubt what he thinks of Obama by comparing him to a lying child:
21:16:44: ROMNEY: ... Number two, I will not reduce the share paid by high-income individuals. I know that you and your running mate keep saying that and I know it's a popular thing to say with a lot of people, but it's just not the case. Look, I've got five boys. I'm used to people saying something that's not always true, but just keep on repeating it and ultimately hoping I'll believe it. But that -- that is not the case. All right? I will not reduce the taxes paid by high-income Americans.
That was the most audacious put-down since Dan Quayle was told that he was no Jack Kennedy.

Obama is an incompetent, effeminate, narcissist who is ruining the nation. We need a man to do a man's job.

Obama would be nowhere without heavy support from blacks, single women, Jews, the welfare class, and the super-rich. Those groups support him in heavy numbers. What do they have in common? You figure it out.

Obama also benefits from bigotry and white guilt. A Gallup poll shows that 95% of Republicans are willing to vote for a black president, but only 72% of Democrats are willing to vote for a Mormon.

Most of all, Obama is catering to feminists, as he desperately needs the single woman vote. The NY Times explains:
As much as Ms. Sheradin is up for grabs in this election, so too are the legions of unmarried women who helped lift Mr. Obama to victory in 2008. Single women are one of the country’s fastest-growing demographic groups — there are 1.8 million more now than just two years ago. They make up a quarter of the voting-age population nationally, and even more in several swing states, including Nevada.

And though they lean Democratic — in a recent New York Times/CBS News poll, single women favored Mr. Obama over his Republican rival, Mitt Romney, by 29 points — they are also fickle about casting their ballots, preoccupied with making ends meet and alienated from a political system they say is increasingly deaf to their concerns.

But the Obama campaign, needing their support to offset traditional Republican strength among married women, is lavishing attention on them.
The future of the Democrat party lies in destroying marriage, and convincing feminist women that it is better to be dependent on the govt than dependent on a man.

While most married women support Romney, here is an exception:
A 74-year-old Hollywood man has been arrested for allegedly slapping his wife in a heated dispute about the 2012 presidential election, police say.

On Wednesday, Peter Schwartz told Broward County Judge John "Jay" Hurley that he and his wife argued after they had gone out to eat. He said his wife told him she disliked him because of his choice of presidential candidate.

"She said, 'You're like my mother, you like Romney. That means I don't like you,'" Schwartz said. ...

Hurley said that before Schwartz sees his wife again, he wants the issue to "settle down." He ordered Schwartz to stay 500 feet away from his wife until another judge rules otherwise. Hurley allowed him only to talk to her by phone. The judge reminded Schwartz about the adage of never talking religion or politics in polite company. ...

Schwartz reacted by raising his arms in the air. "It's ridiculous, your honor," he said.
Yes, it is ridiculous for a a 74yo man to be kicked out of his own home because his 47yo has fallen under Obama's hypnotic spell and threw a tantrum about it. Who is this judge to tell a man not to talk to his wife about religion or politics? He is probably under Obama's spell himself.


Anonymous said...

Maybe if Romney wasn't such as wimp, he would have challenged Obama to a duel, or ar least, slapped Obama for not agreeing with him.

Aren't you sick of hearing Romney going on and on about his devotion to his wife ?

Anonymous said...

Obama would be nowhere without heavy support from blacks, single women, Jews, the welfare class, and the super-rich. Those groups support him in heavy numbers. What do they have in common? You figure it out.

Have you figured out what these groups have in common ? Do you want
to share ?

George said...

Romney is devoted to his wife, but not subservient to his wife.

Maybe I will explain in another posting what those groups have in common.

Anonymous said...

I will not reduce the taxes paid by high-income Americans.That was the most audacious put-down since Dan Quayle was told that he was no Jack Kennedy.

It was not the biggest put down since Quayle. It was the biggest flip flop or lie one might imagine. Romney can't repeat anything he says twice.

You're under Romney's spell.

George said...

Congress sets the tax rates. They can hold Romney to this promise.

Don't forget that it was Obama who extended the Bush tax cuts.

Anonymous said...

How could Obama extend the Bush tax cuts, when it's congress , not Bush or Obama who sets the tax rates ?

How do you expect anybody to hold Romney to anything that he might promise ?

George said...

Obama had Democrat majorities in the House and the Senate, asked them to extend the Bush tax cuts, and signed them into law.

The Congress and the public can hold Romney to his promises. Romney will not be able to do anything about taxes unless he has the cooperation of the Congress and the public.

Anonymous said...

So, this guy slapped his wife and it was his wife who threw a tantrum, huh ?

Anonymous said...

First of all, there seems to be an assumption in your post that all single women are Democrats and or Feminists! This is simply untrue.
Point 2: I thought Obama sounded as if he instinctively thought he would not be re-elected, or - at the very least - he would lose the debate - which he did.
Point 3: What do you mean by: "We need a man to do a man's job"? Where in the U.S. Constitution does it mandate that the President must be a man?
Point 4: This is the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, and it is getting worse. Comparing it to the Nasdaq drop under Clinton makes no sense, as that was temporary, and also just ONE aspect of the whole (In the last four plus years it has been a housing crisis, stock market crisis, etc... The worst is yet to come.) Barbara

Anonymous said...

Could it be that the judge may have objected to this guy slapping his wife ? Do you just view it as a woman throwng a tantrum and the husband doing nothing wrong ? Does he have a right to slap his wife ?

George said...

No, I do not say that all single women are Democrats. I quoted the NY Times saying that "single women favored Mr. Obama ... by 29 points". Likewise, blacks, gays, Jews, and welfare queens are not all Democrats.

The Constitution requires a natural born citizen over age 35. We need the good sense of the voters to find someone fit for the job.

Obama's complaint was about the financial crash of 4 years ago. That was comparable to the NASDAQ crash. Yes, Obama has made it worse.

The judge probably did object to the slap. I do not go around trying to micromanage the marriages of others.

Anonymous said...

Did someone ask you to micromanage the marriage of others, or did someone ask you if you thought the judge objected to the slapping of the wife ? You already try to micromanage the marriages of others. No one needs to ask you to do that.

Anonymous said...

The judge probably did object to the slap.

"probably did object to the slap" huh ? How else do you figure that they ended up in court, and why the judge gave the orders, if not for the slappping ?

George said...

They probably ended up in court because the wife made some sort of complaint. Or maybe some busybody neighbor made a complaint, as in the SF-CA Sheriff Mirkarimi case.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, and just maybe the complaint had to d withthe slapping.

Does he have a right to slap his wife ?

George said...

Maybe it has to do with the slapping. Maybe it has to do with supporting Obama. I don't pry into peoples' private lives.

Anonymous said...

"President Obama is the most gifted speaker in modern political hisotry." Romney Spokesperson Andrea Saul (recently quoted).

George said...

That is some good sarcasm. Did he also say that Obama was the best political debater in history?

Anonymous said...

I am not a mindreader, so I do not know if she was bein sarcastic.
No, she did not say that he was the greatest political debater. Barbara

Anonymous said...

Does he have a right to slap his wife ?

Do you think that this "some sort of complaint" had to do with the slapping incident ?