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Obama Voters Leave a Nasty Legacy

Voting for Obama is a Nasty Legacy

By David Lawrence

 
We wanted someone whose rhetoric seemed fluently significant.  Importance is an illusion when it is embodied by the superficial nature of a cartoon, a President, a joke.
 
What’s up doc?  Obama is Looney Tunes.  Or is he Bugs Bunny?  Or just a goofy Alfred E. Newman?  I am mad that he has turned our country into a footnote in Mad Magazine.   He is the joke that forgot to tell itself because it was so busy lying.
 
ObamaLooneyTunesObama wears snowshoes in the summer in the hope of covering the tracks of his scandals.  When you use the IRS to chase conservative groups you are like Stalin holding mock trials. Not that I was fast and furious but Eric Holder was selling guns to our enemies.  I don’t like enchiladas or spicy foods.  Mexico gives me the runs.
 
What is a bully but Obama undermining the ill, ruining their health care so that health is a far away concept that will never return?
 
And who would want to return to a country that is seventeen trillion dollars in debt?
 
If I had voted for Obama I would feel obligated to kill myself like Adam Lanza after he had killed the children at Newton.   What about Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris? Columbine is an oldie but goodie.  That’s sickness hidden in black raincoats.
 
Their families were progressives and liberals like Obama and too-tall DeBlassio.  Jared Lee Loughner was hard-to-the-lee to the left. The responsibility of ruining America should lie more heavily on the Democrats’ heads than the screams of innocent children who never had a chance to protest the clarity of insanity. 
 
Oswald was a communist.   Obama is the drifting smile out of naïve pages in Marx’s manifesto. Oswald loved Cuba.  DeBlassio honeymooned there. Che shot Cubans in the backs of their heads.
 
It’s by erasing mental borders that violence slips across the disappearance of discriminating road blocks. Our killer leaders smile.  They look so innocent.  The pathway to hell is brushed with the most naive toothpaste.  

The views expressed in this opinion article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by EagleRising.com


About the author

David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on Amazon.com. He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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