February 2, 2014

For the second time in President Obama's career, he faced off against Bill O'Reilly. No surprise it was weak and non-confrontational but rather like W.W.F, feels real and exciting but really just a well executed dance of words. The talking points were stale and a clear line was drawn in the political sand that either crossed. Mr. O'Reilly first brought up the conservative dead horse topic of Benghazi, which President Obama deflected and gave his usually answer of it being someone else's fault. President Obama actually blamed the security forces on the ground.

"In the aftermath what became clear was the security was laxed, that not all the precautions that needed to be taken were taken," Obama continued. "And both myself and Secretary Clinton indicated as much."

Blaming the dead and not taking responsibility as President is shameful, but we all must be careful because the label racist is the most common defense of the Obama bot and is used more than E.B.T cards in the hands of illegals.  

The next "major" topic was the IRS scandal and how the President's helpers in the IRS used their "powers" to squeeze out political opponents by taking away their 501c status, effectively shutting them down. The most Bill could muster to ask was why didn't Obama didn't fire Kathleen Sebelius. Really Bill? Of course President Obama replied "Our main focus is, 'How do we make this thing work?'" 

How do we make this work, Mr. President? Get rid of this costly, choice limiting and most notable over reach of government into people's lives, since the so-called 16th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified in the dead of night. Lastly, in great President Obama fashion, he played off the promise that you could keep your insurance if you liked it and once again blamed someone else, this time it was Mr. O'Reilly by stating "You've got a long list of my mistakes, Bill," Obama said.... "I try to focus not on the fumbles but on the next play." Once again, showing that the President will not and just plain can't take responsibility for any of his mistakes. I guess it must be Bush's fault.  


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