by Pen Johannson
Five years ago, some of us delayed reacting to degenerates in the liberal establishment when they ran near-riot wild, gnashing their teeth over what they called George Bush’s “cowboy” personifications.
We knew this day would eventually come.
Exposing liberal democrats, as the hypocrites they are, is not only easy...it’s fun.
Spike Lee’s advice for Barack Obama to “go off” should have been accompanied with a public relations narrative advising Obama that “going off” must also be strategically and appropriately timed to match the development of the events you are “going off” about. Otherwise, you not only look like a desperate, vulnerable, big talking, cowboy, you also appear to be unqualified, or ineligible, to be President to begin with.
Lo’ and behold, Obama, “going off” five weeks too late, became that karmic liberal version of an inarticulate “cowboy” last Monday when he cracked that he's been talking to Gulf Coast experts on BP's catastrophic oil spill not for “academic reasons” but so he knows “whose ass to kick."
Meanwhile, sardonic laughter was heard echoing from a ranch in Crawford, Texas.
If Bush was an incompetent, trigger-happy cowboy, Obama just became a smack-talking, gang-bangin’-wannabe with no street cred. Bush may have been a self envisioned Old Western type, but at least he actually got off his ass and out of the friendly confines of his respectively-winged isography. Bush may have been articulately challenged, but he was still willing to pick up the bull horn and inspire America from ground zero. Obama has done nothing resembling Bush's initiative except the "bull" part.
It’s one thing to back your words with a full frontal, effective military attack against a rogue threat while rescuing 30 million lives from oppression, it’s another to relegate your greatest challenge to yapping about “ass kicking” when the only credibility you have with the subject comes from the experience of having the lips of liberals constantly kissing your own.
We all know Obama is a radical socialist seeking economic retribution for ambiguously documented minorities, but now he just looks like an erratic, uncertain punk when confronted with a real geographic problem that affects an American demographic he doesn’t care about. Comparatively, if Obama had made those comments in any orb other than the friendly confines of Immelt’s protection, the backlash would have rivaled a prison-type relationship in which he would be labeled by a five letter word beginning with the letter “B” and ending with what you remedy by scratching your ass, not kicking someone else's.
Case in point, Bush’s characterization of the late mass murderer, Saddam Hussein, as an “outlaw” as well as his reference to the “Wanted Dead or Alive” posters of the old West with regard to Osama Bin Laden, had uppity urbanites spitting all over themselves with ridicule. However, Bush’s quips were followed by an actual successful action against Saddam’s regime which was, perhaps, the most efficient, quickly achieved objective in American military history.
Whether or not you agree with the reasons for the U.S. military presence in the Middle East, the March, 2003 rescue of Iraq saw the American military move 50,000 troops, weaponry and equipment across 200 miles of barren desert in 48 hours, and completely take over a criminal government, liberating 30 million victims while, eventually, spurring the inception of democratic freedom in the middle of what can only be characterized as a sand-driven hell.
Perhaps, its high (noon) time for liberal and democrats, alike, to choke on the fact that the actual ass kicking already happened long before Obama-come-lately even showed up.
Meanwhile, liberal hacks comfortably perched in air conditioned accommodations, thousands of miles away from IEDs, bullets and suicide bombers, here and abroad, enjoying security provided by soldiers under Bush's command, gorged themselves on self-exalted derision against Obama’s predecessor. They levied accusations and lies while disseminating sympathy for a murderous dictator and the terrorist organizations he enabled, if not outright supported.
Many in the liberal media even decompensated to reverse mythology, in an attempt to synthetically conceal their amoral love for terrorists simply because they perceived suicide bombers as “underdogs” to the “evil American empire”. They said Bush actually failed the values inherited from America’s Old West heritage and therefore was not even qualified to be called a “cowboy” in the traditional sense while they happily exalted Islamic baby murderers as "freedom fighters" and "non-collaborators". One beady-eyed liberal actually said that Bush "did not have the restraint or dignity of the cowboy," even though he was the first to protest his own military leadership when they called for a use of nuclear weapons in Tora Bora in 2004.
As if the sentiment of liberals is even relevant opposite the mass murder of 3000 innocent human beings at the hands of terrorists funded by rich, Arab oil barrons who made their money because those same liberals hinder American energy independence with treasonous enviro-nazism. If Obama were serious about striking his foot upon backsides, he should start by removing one from his mouth and use it on the goebbels and environuts in his own party for legislation which forces energy companies, like BP, so far out into deep ocean water, that accidents become far more destructive than they should ever be.
The teeth gnashing lesson convicting Obama from the Gulf is that, sometimes, the immediate fight for your identity as a leader is about your true association with oceanic geography, not your self-righteous ideology. Sometimes, the most appropriate treatment of an ass requires that you actually get the hell off of it and go to the location of the problem with tools, weapons, machines, manpower and, yes...a bull horn, rather than sitting on it in Rockefeller Plaza imagining solar panel justice and wind farm utopias.
A lot of people want to compare Obama's Gulf disaster to Bush's Gulf disaster. However, if Obama continues to feign outrage, refusing to either admit his incompetency and get out of the way of more qualified leadership, or take the reins as a demonstration that he is actually a delegator of responsibility, this event will begin to appear less like Katrina and more like another more terrible event also occurring, coincidentally, during the first year of the previous administration.
Then again, a lack of ass kicking is why today's liberal establishment politicians turned into characterless radicals to begin with.