Sometimes it can be rough being a Democrat, especially when your salvation and fairy god-president starts reversing promises and begins to continue the policies he once decried. How much of this have we seen already?
Well, first POTUS Obama said that he would immediately suspend operations in Iraq and bring our boys home. By immediately, we mean not yet, and maybe not for a long time.
And those godawful tax cuts that the evil Bush put in place? Well, it now makes sense to keep them going.
The liberals were delighted that Obama was becoming the American President, and would undoubtedly promote the legalization of gay marriage, rather than leave it up to the states to decide. Except, he actually believes only in heterosexual marriage, and would leave it up to the states to decide otherwise.
And let us not forget how he shocked liberals by supporting applications of the death penalty.
Then professional Obama fellatist Keith Olbermann bit his master’s hand by asking his holiness what da foxtrot was up with the White House not only continuing but increasing Dick “Palpatine” Cheney’s strict Official Secrets Act.
And now, POTUS Obama upholds a Bush-era policy prohibiting the Feds from using the polar bear as propaganda for global warming agendas.
You read that right. The polar bear, which has become the Left“s snowball-cute mascot for climate change, cannot be used as political leverage to pursue carbon credit legislation…and further, neither can any other endangered species. Again, the liberal blogs are on fire with this latest quasi-betrayal. Their cognitive dissonance (sweet music to our ears) is working overtime to explain why His Glory must be doing something Very Clever Indeed to change things by Keeping Them The Same. Perhaps he is so anti-Bush that he actually turns a full 360°? Why else would he not change what he promised?
Yeah, it’s a little different going from candidate to President, is it not?
The Czar has far too much business consulting experience. One thing you learn in that capacity is this: businesses never intend to screw themselves up, but seek to improve in little logical steps, improving only what they can afford to improve at that moment. Small, individually harmless decisions today only add up, like dominoes, to big problems later on.
There is usually nothing sweeter in that capacity than seeing a rookie consultant sweep boastfully into a boardroom with company managers twice his age, and watch the former brazenly accuse the latter of incompetence, mismanagement, and bad decisions. Then, as the consultant explores the processes and problems, he suddenly sinks in the realization that he cannot fix the nightmare any better than they could, and that the situation is way more complex than he ever dreamed. Maybe, he thinks, these old guys aren’t as stupid as I first thought.
And so the Czar suspects rookie associate B. Obama of the consulting firm White & House is discovering that this foreign and domestic rats’ nest is not so easily untangled. Maybe the last guys weren’t so dumb after all.