I don’t want to hear ANY liberals complain about or accuse ANYONE on the right of using ‘violent rhetoric.’ If their ‘boss’ insists on using such language, then the ‘rhetorical‘ gloves are coming off.
It’s time for this president and his cronies to get their collective (donkeys) kicked.
Obama tells audience there will be ‘hand-to-hand combat’ if Republicans win
RWB News: The great “uniter” is at it again with his masterful use of words to “energize” his base before elections. Let’s see how the base is getting “energized.” Earlier Obama told members of the Black Caucus “We must guard the change.” After that we had a few more people getting beat up at political rallies by thugs. We have a DOJ whistleblower saying the administration plans on massive voter fraud, a massive investigation of voter fraud in Houston happening right now, and the Obama administration is also being investigated for using confidential taxpayer information in an effort to attack a political opponent. Sounds like they were already “energized” enough.
Now the President of “change” tells Michael Baisden’s syndicated radio show that if Republicans take over it will mean “hand-to-hand combat” to keep the policies we Democrats enacted. Really?? If the “will of the people” vote out the Democrats, it’s because of your policies…. Just like you and the Liberals said when you were voted in. Only now many people are seeing how radical you are, and they didn’t vote for that.
Obama also made a direct appeal to African Americans about the importance of the November vote using the same old line: “Everybody in the barbershops, the beauty shops, and at work — everybody’s got to understand: This is a huge election,” He must have a lot of supporters that love barber and beauty shops.
Obama also needed to get the “blame Bush” defense in when he said “most of the job losses” his administration gets blamed for occurred before “any of my economic plans were put into place,” and that the country is still “‘experiencing the hangover from the misguided policies’ of the last decade.”
As reported by: The LA Times
A Republican majority in Congress would mean “hand-to-hand combat” on Capitol Hill for the next two years, threatening policies Democrats have enacted to stabilize the economy, President Obama warned Wednesday.
Speaking on Michael Baisden’s syndicated radio show, Obama also made a direct appeal to African Americans about the importance of the November vote, even though he’s not on the ballot himself.
“The reason we won [in 2008] is because young people, African Americans, Latinos — people who traditionally don’t vote in high numbers — voted in record numbers. We’ve got to have that same kind of turnout in this election,” he said. “If we think that we can just vote one time, then we have a nice party at Obama’s inauguration, and then we can kind of sit back and suddenly everything’s going to change – that’s just not how it works.”
Obama called into Baisden’s show, syndicated to 71 radio stations in 21 states, as part of his effort to rally core Democratic constituencies with less than four weeks before the election. Although his campaign itinerary is limited by sagging approval ratings in key states, Obama is making a more-targeted effort focused on supportive venues like Baisden’s show.
“Everybody in the barbershops, the beauty shops, and at work — everybody’s got to understand: This is a huge election,” he said. “If we turn out in strong numbers, then we will do fine. If we do not, if we are depressed and decide, well, you know, Barack’s not running right now, so I’m just going to stay home, then I’m going to have my hands full up here on Capitol Hill.”
Days before the release of a key jobs report, Obama said most of the job losses his administration gets blamed for occurred before “any of my economic plans were put into place,” and that the country is still “experiencing the hangover from the misguided policies” of the last decade.
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