The Republicans in the House and Senate appear flustered over the fact that King Obama won't sit down and negotiate with them in a reasonable way to resolve a fiscal dilemma.
Charles Krauthammer, though, saw it aright when he replied that Obama hasn't the slightest interest in negotiating. He's trying to destroy the Republicans instead.
How can he do that when, obviously, the Republican Party isn't going to simply dissipate and fade away?
King Obama knows that whatever disasters occur, fiscal or otherwise, all he has to do is blame Republicans for everything and the Media will comply in spreading the message far and wide over and over.
Republicans are flustered right now because they're tired of always getting the blame. It's no fun being the national bad guy, even if it's their duty to oppose the king's insane policies.
As Francis mentions in the post below, when you lack principle, everything gets more complicated, there are more choices, options, and appeals to consider the greatest one being -- what's in it for me?
King Obama, though never negotiated in his first term, so why should he bother in his second? And the Reps always came out smelling like turds.
The king is simply going to repeat his mantra, "I won" in spades (pun intended).
We already know how little our king cares about consequences to idiotic policies. Dinesh D'Souza pretty much nailed Obama's indifference to the freedom, prosperity, and general goodwill of the USA in his movie, 2016: Obama's America.
I recommend that documentary because for whatever flaws or omissions, it best captures who Obama is at heart. There is not an ounce of human compassion, wisdom, or understanding flowing through his veins.
Politicians are generally soulless people because as people of "action" their focus is solely on themselves. We often think of artists who are obsessed with excellence as being self-absorbed, even navel gazers, but it's my experience that people who pride themselves on being "men of action" are the least self-reflective individuals and the most absorbed on their current status and well being vis a vis their ambitions.
But such men (and women) politicians, soulless as they are, don't set out to be traitors (even if their actions betray their people). King Obama, though, set out to bring America down a few pegs. (A few? More like every rung of the ladder.)
He wants to see Americans, especially white ones groveling in the dirt like his father's people in Africa, because it's all our fault there is injustice and poverty anywhere. We, and all our English cousins, are responsible for all the basic ills of the world. "White man's greed runs a world in need!" Indeed.
Obama's malignant narcissism and homosexuality combine to create an unbridgeable gulf between him and other people. Many on the Left and in media mistake his "coolness" as being cool. Like cool jazz, man. But it's his detachment from humanity, is all.
Study Bill Clinton sometime when he's seated at some event waiting for his turn at speaking or afterwards. Does he look like a man who has a real friend? Has he ever had a real friend in the world except for a brief time when he may have cared for Hillary?
Obama is locked behind even thicker steel doors. He has no idea why he's doing what he's doing, why he's driven to have so much contempt for actual human beings when he has so much love for the poor and oppressed in general.
Things have been a bit quiet here since the election. I can't speak for the other contributors, but I'm a little at my wit's end in trying to rouse myself to comment on events.
What's there to say about the next four years? We're on a roller coaster on its way downhill about to crash. There is nothing constructive or even entertaining to discuss about it: this slow motion train wreck.
It's kind of funny, if you're that detached, but as I was saying about the Repubs, they don't seem to get that Obama is playing checkers while they think it's chess. And he just keeps jumping over them saying, "King me!"
A big thank you and hello to the Western Rifle Shooters Ass. that linked to and recommended my Tales of New America and brought an avalanche of hits. I hope I don't let you down as the series continues.