Now President Barack Obama’s first work on the internet is his abuse of the official White House website in a deceitful, deceiving, manipulative and uitra-creepy statement of and about the human suffering experienced as a result of Hurricane Katrina and he resorts to abuse of President Bush, predictably, woefully, to do so. Then he combines that with the abuse-by-usery of human suffering. The result? Barack Obama hypes President Obama, yet again.
Are we not accustomed by now to such abuses from Barack Obama (and his entranced followers)? Maybe the point here is that some of us are not accustomed to this and never will be, which is good. But the ludicrous hypocrisy from Barack Obama and “campaign” (now in and out of the White House) continues to mount.
This news is all over blogs this morning, but it appears Sweetness & Light offered the earliest commentary, yesterday, the day the Obama-abuse nastiness blew it’s nose all over humanity. Sweetness & Light also has links — to this latest rendition by the O of the White House site and a screenshot of this offensive, rank statement — if you don’t care, as I don’t, to go there yourself. S&L says the crud was literally just copied’n’pasted from the O’campaign site onto the White House site. Garbage in, garbage on.
This is not Presidential material. It is crybaby crappola wearing a big hat of dirty diapers dressed in a nasty suit of garbage, anticipating to inspire others to smell perfume and pleasure in rapsodic melodies instead:
New White House site slams Bush
By ANDY BARR | 1/20/09
The new White House website unveiled by President Barack Obama’s team Tuesday includes a shot at former President Bush’s response to Hurricane Katrina.
Under the “agenda” portion of the site regarding Katrina, it reads: “President Obama will keep the broken promises made by President Bush to rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. He and Vice President Biden will take steps to ensure that the federal government will never again allow such catastrophic failures in emergency planning and response to occur.”
“President Obama swiftly responded to Hurricane Katrina,” the statement on the site continues. “Citing the Bush Administration’s ‘unconscionable ineptitude’ in responding to Hurricane Katrina, then-Senator Obama introduced legislation requiring disaster planners to take into account the specific needs of low-income hurricane victims.”
The site also points out that Obama “visited thousands of Hurricane survivors in the Houston Convention Center and later took three more trips to the region” and worked with the Congressional Black Caucus to help rebuild in the aftermath of Katrina…
So, Barack Obama has been persistently plotting along in consistent usery of human suffering working his way toward his political goals, and here is the result, what they’ve littered the White House website with, that quote, above. He casts aside the reality and significance that several billions of dollars as also massive investments and reconstruction have been made throughout the Gulf Coast during (now, former) President Bush’s last term in office.
All of that, according to cadly Obama, defines “unconscionable ineptitude”; never mind that the state of Louisiana was enabled and required by law to first allow (or, request) federal resources to enter the state before such could arrive, but Louisiana refused to do so until days after the terrible effects of Katrina had occurred, AND that the affected populations were told to evacuate and some didn’t and the resultant suffering was by those who refused to follow that evacuation advise or were not capable of doing so, who were not assisted in any way by local or state government. Other states other than Louisiana — Mississippi, Texas, Alabama, to be exact — whose state governors acted quickly to declare a disaster and request federal emergency aid, received such while (Democrat state government) Louisiana languished in self-centered grief over inability to allow the “Republican” President Bush to assist that state.
If anyone was incompetent to a point of terrible cruelty, it was Governor Blanco of Louisiana. Obama and his “Congressional Black Caucus” doesn’t address that, however.
Because President Bush did the lawful thing and waited for the state of Louisiana (Governor Blanco) to allow federal assistance into the state. She refused, her own population suffered by her own obstinate hatred and irresponsibility, and President Bush got the criticism — but he did come through with billions of federal aid once legally enabled to do so. These facts are not useful to the twisted Left, so they’re cast aside.
Obama’s problem is with God, not with President Bush, as also this “Congressional Black Caucus” he’s commisserating with: their arguments and resentments seem rooted in the fact that they resent their lies and racism being noticed. What, specifically, does being “Black” even have to do with this issue?
This is yet more evidence that now-former President Bush (and now former Vice-President Dick Cheney) are gentlemen of considerable composure, having ushered in Barack Obama (“and team”) who would so quickly continue their earlier campaign crud now using the White House website.
I’m ashamed of and by Barack Obama. And the whole lot of creepy people who surround this man. Just utterly ashamed of our nation at this time, that such ugliness is now parading as leadership. The Marxist collective, urging hapless, suffering persons to sway the way the Communist O’Cult needs them to fall. Which isn’t leadership, not at all, it’s the O’Cult.