I took a lot of heat for my post about the Obamas entitled “Happy Fourth of July from Two People Who Despise You and the Country as a Whole.” Turns out my gut instinct and the overwhelming evidence I laid out in making this post couldn’t have been any more accurate when you hear it spoken from Neera Tanden, a former aide to both Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, who had this to say about the relationship of between Clinton and Obama:
Clinton, being Clinton, had plenty of advice in mind and was desperate to impart it. But for the first two years of Obama’s term, the phone calls Clinton kept expecting rarely came. “People say the reason Obama wouldn’t call Clinton is because he doesn’t like him,” observes Tanden. “The truth is, Obama doesn’t call anyone, and he’s not close to almost anyone. It’s stunning that he’s in politics, because he really doesn’t like people. My analogy is that it’s like becoming Bill Gates without liking computers.”
This is a shocking admission when you consider that Neera Tanden not only served as a high-level aid for both Clinton and Obama but that she continues her devotion to progressive activism as president for the far-left organization Center for American Progress. As a lifelong loyalist to progressivism, in speaking her honest opinion after having worked closely for both presidents, she has now been forced to walk back those comments, but those original unguarded comments she made speak volumes about the true nature of Barack Obama.
He really doesn’t like people. Like any good tyrant, he looks down on all the little peons like you and me over which he reigns.
Looking at his history, Barack Obama sat for twenty years in a church where Reverend Jeremiah Wright preached black liberation theology (the black version of white segregationism) and railed against America as the source of all the greatest evils in the world.
Barack Obama then had that very same Reverend Jeremiah Wright marry him and Michelle, had him baptize his children and used one of Reverend Wright’s sermons as inspiration for the title of his book “The Audacity of Hope.” Then, after millions of YouTube views of the Wright gleefully celebrating the 9/11 attacks on America, in the blink of an eye, Obama renounced the kindredship between the two, throwing under the bus his pastor of twenty years.
Barack Obama married a woman who admitted during the Democrat primaries that “For the frist time in my adult life, I’m really proud of my country.”
I find it an absolute impossibility that a man could marry a woman without knowing full well that she’s never been proud of her country.
When asked why suburban voters of his own democrat party had the audacity to support Hillary by large margins over his own candidacy, Obama speaking to millionaire donors at a fundraiser while unaware he was secretly being recorded, exposed his true self by telling his donors: “They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.” In other words, Obama said his own fellow Democrats who dared to vote for Hillary in the Democrat primary were nothing more than a bunch of gun toting, bible thumping, ignorant bigots.
On the Republican landslide that ensued two years into Obama’s presidency, with great condescension and disdain for the voters of America, Obama blamed the voters for being stupid, “confused” and that “fear and frustration” were what lead to the shellacking:
“Part of the reason that our politics seems so tough right now and facts and science and argument does not seem to be winning the day all the time is because we’re hardwired not to always think clearly when we’re scared. And the country’s scared.”
So much for respecting an honest intellectual disagreement, in the megalomaniacal mind of Barack Obama, you’re either in mental lock-step with Dear Leader and The Party, or you are guided by fear and frustration, you are against facts and science, and you are not thinking clearly because you are scared.
Perhaps this disdain for his fellow Americans should be no surprise. Remember that Barack Obama titled his book “Dreams from my Father”, the keyword being “from” my father, not “of” my father. For the father that abandoned him, Obama desperately tried reconcile his father’s abandonment by embracing those anti-American dreams from his father.
Perhaps the most profound influence on obama came from a man who, from Obama’s own writings, was his self-proclaimed mentor, Frank Marshall Davis, a card-carrying Communist, pornographer and a man who wrote books heavily laden with pedophilia. In 1975, Davis wrote a poem called To a Young Man. In reply, Obama then dedicated an untitled poem about “An old, forgotten man” and a poem called Pops” which strongly suggests there was an illicit man-boy relationship between Obama and Davis with following lines:
[Pops] Points out the same amber
Stain on his shorts that I’ve got on mine,
Makes me smell his smell, coming
Even the Obama campaign slogan “Forward” is a well-known and often-used communist slogan, a slogan featured prominantly in communist posters and even in the communist newspaper Frank Marshall Davis started, The Chicago Star.
Five days before being sworn in as president, Obama vowed that he would “fundamentally transform” America. Only a Marxist would believe the most prosperous nation on Earth is in need of a fundamental transformation. This is the true reality of an Obama who self-admittedly seeks to carry forth the dreams from a father who believed that taxing 100% of the income of a nation’s citizens was a noble goal. This is the true face of a man who was mentored and molded by a card-carrying communist named Frank Marshall Davis.
In a moment of unguarded candor, Obama’s own top aid and lifelong progressive activist Neera Tanden told us straight-up that Obama “really doesn’t like people,” but beyond not liking people in general, we see by his Obama’s own inadvertent admissions when straying from his carefully teleprompted scripts that he despises all who dare to disagree with him and his plans for a fundamental transformation of America.
We cannot afford another four years of a president who really doesn’t like people and despises everything good about America and all those of us who are willing to stand for the founding principles which made our country great.