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What’s So Surprising About Barack Hussen Chamberlain?

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Back in June of 2009, I wrote that Neville Chamberlain Barack Hussein Obama or NCBHO, was on a world tour to curry favor with people that traditionally hated us. The Mountebank in Chief’s efforts have been in patriadeprecation, patronization and naive arrogance in an effort to start his path to Secretary General of the UN or President of the World. Aside from defining our country as not being a judaio-christian nation and his apologizing for things he nor I nor anyone I know ever did, he currently has decided to lay all our necks on the line by telegraphing our intentions in situations of the gravest extremes.

This is not surprising, as he has done this all along, but to weaken our country militarily and tell our enemies how we would not respond is tantamount to treason. It’s not enough he’s an anti-semite, it’s not enough that he is a progressive socialist that wants to revise history to suit progressive theory, it’s not enough he eschews and tramples the idea and every example of American Exceptionalism, but now he literally says to our enemies, come and take us. Such naïve ignorance is unbelievable from someone with such a high level of education.

Up until now, Obama’s play book seems to be do the opposite of whatever Bush did. Such thinking does not automatically make a policy a good one. What Obama is doing is sticking to his principles in spite of the fact that one, they are not proven correct on any level and two, without regard to the consequences. He’s writing a check that our asses have to cover, while he heads to the bunker at Camp David.

Obama has tried to fool people into thinking he is the ruler of the free world, and as he promised the Czechs that we will have a nuclear free world, he is marching towards that with the latest treaty with Russia and his statements on what we will do in the even of biological and chemical attacks. It really is a nice sentiment and I wouldn’t mind it in some utopian ideal, but in a practical sense, it won’t happen and may be it shouldn’t. For starters, the cat’s out of the bag, and you can’t put it back in. Even if everyone dismantled every nuclear bomb that exists, the knowledge of how to create one still does. Someone, somewhere will have one again, and no one else will. Secondly, if you think China and Russia (or anyone else) will just give it up, I think you have to re-examine things. They both are on the UN security council and both would veto any UN non-sense to this effect. Neither would agree now or in the future to disarmament. They are not our friends, and never will be, no matter how much Barry tries to be Neville Chamberlain.

So what’s it all about, Alfie? Obama probably has messianic visions of what he’d like to do, but as a Chicago politician, he’d rather get by on perception than reality, as reality requires too much work and is impractical. What is reality anyway? According to Paul Shanklin, Obama is a magician. Now we wait for his next trick, which could be amnesty, Cap and Tax, VAT, or whatever other socialist agenda you can dream up, only it’s not a dream and Obama is more than a Magician, but a pathological narcissist. It’s the audacity of foolishness.

The end game here is Obama being The One for the whole world. I think he truly sees himself as the answer for all problems, salvation for the world. In the end, it’s about him, and he doesn’t care about the United States, you or I or anyone else. So where does this leave us? In the position of having to fight every step of the way until his regime is no more. The first step is the elections of 2010. It’s imperative we take back both houses. The second step is 2012 when we will repudiate him. Still, the damage will have been done. Can we make it right again? Will we?

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Written by James Lagnese

April 8, 2010 at 6:15 pm

Obama is Putin’s Bitch

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With Obama’s caving in on the missile defense plan, he has become Vladamir Putin’s bitch. After being properly felated by Obama, Putin says it was a “correct and brave decision”. Now that Obama succumb to Neville Chamberlain Disease, all of eastern Europe feels and is betrayed by our feckless and pusillanimous Commander in Chief. Obviously we have passed the crossroads and we are nearing a point of no return where our enemies will come to view us with more than contempt, but beneath it, where once we were an adversary to respect, now we are one to be walked on like a man who has been punked in prison. Obvious too is that Obama has ignored the warnings, and instead has chosen to cut path that is just a reversal of whatever Bush or Reagan would have done or did do. It’s a path that has no rhyme or reason, but whose sole purpose is to undue what progress that has been done in order to delegitimize the past to create whatever future Obama seems fit to create. This is purely a marxist philosophy.

By ignoring what has worked and doing the opposite of what predecessors have done in order to undo, he is putting this country in a position that is not only less than first among equals but one that is servile at best and impoverished, destitute, and feckless at worst. This man has no respect or I would even say knowledge of the concept of American Exceptionalism, and has a fabian and neo-european view of the world. He does not think like an American, nor does he act like one. For all intents and purposes, we have elected a man that is not one of us. This shows in the disconnect between what he wants to accomplish and what Americans want, don’t want, and his lack of respect for that. After all, We cling to our guns, and our religion

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Written by James Lagnese

September 18, 2009 at 7:01 pm

Chamberlain Obama: Yes I can, and yes you will

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Neville Chamberlain Barack Hussein OBama or NCBHO, is on a world tour to curry favor with people that traditionally hated us. The Mountebank in Chief’s latest efforts have been in patriadeprecation, patronization and naive arrogance in an effort to start his path to Secretary General of the UN or President of the World. Aside from defining our country as being a muslim and his apologizing for things he or I or anyone I know ever did, he decided to tell Benjamin Netanyahu what he had to accomplish and by when.

Conventional wisdom by such wizened journaltorialists such as Pat Buchanan is that Netanyahu has to lick the hand that feds him. Israel accepts a lot of foreign aid from the United States and therefore is the junior and supplicating partner in that relationship. I think Netanyahu has to look long and hard at the relationship with the United States. While it is true that Israel does accept a lot of foreign aid, I think in the current context of who is president that Israel has to consider it is truly alone at this point. Netanyahu’s allegiances and concerns should be for his country first, job second and everything else last. I won’t get into whether or not Israel should or should not negotiate a Palestinian state per se, but it is arrogant for BHO to to make these demands. Right now, Obama’s play book seems to be do the opposite of whatever Bush did. Such thinking does not automatically make a policy a good one.
The end game here is Obama being The One for the whole world. I think he truly sees himself as the answer for all problems, salvation for the world. In the end, it’s about him, and he doesn’t care about Israel, the United States, you or I. So where does this leave Israel? They will have to put up or shut up, meaning either supplicate to Obama or go it alone. If there is a third option, Netanyahu could agree to negotiate, but put conditions on it to save face at home. Even in this case he is compromised.
What is more telling is Europe’s response to BHO Particularly by the leaders…To be continued.
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Written by James Lagnese

June 5, 2009 at 7:12 pm

Bow Out

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A lot has been made out of Obama’s obeisance and obsequiousness to the Saudi King. In our history, the presents that have presided in the beginning of the centuries have helped define America’s role in the world. Thomas Jefferson replaced the bow with the handshake and Theodore Roosevelt saw himself as at least a first among equals if not a superior. In our century we have a president that bows before rulers of kingdoms that we have little or no respect for except their ability to pump oil out of the ground, and it’s a skill they learned from us. Either Obama has no respect of the office of president, or he is such a person that will do anything to placate friends and enemies. Obama has more in common with that sherry and cheddar surrender monkey Neville Chamberlain every day. If you disagree and think the latest pirate escapade and SEAL rescue proves me wrong, think again. Go Navy.
Obama’s bow may be a harbinger of things to come. May be this signals the US bowing out as a world superpower. Time will tell. Obama is not a deliberate man and he telegraphs his intentions. This makes him an easy mark for the likes of China, Russia, Iran etc. Whatever the case, Obama’s administration will mark the direction this country takes in this century, and it is not a good one.
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Written by James Lagnese

April 8, 2009 at 5:56 am

The Audacity Of Foolishness

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Obama has fooled may people into thinking he is the ruler of the free world, and now he promises the Czechs that we will have a nuclear free world. It really is a nice sentiment and I wouldn’t mind it, but in a practical sense, it won’t happen. For starters, the cat’s out of the bag, and you can’t put it back in. Even if everyone dismantled every nuclear bomb that exists, the knowledge of how to create does. Someone, somewhere will have one again, and no one else will. Secondly, if you think China and Russia will just give it up, I think you have to re-examine things. They both are on the UN security council and both would veto any UN non-sense to this effect. Neither would agree now or in the future to disarmament. They are not our friends, and never will be, no matter how much Barry tries to be Neville Chamberlain.
So what’s it all about, Alfie? Obama probably has messianic visions of what he’d like to do, but as a Chicago politician, he’d rather get by on perception than reality, as reality requires too much work and is impractical. What is reality anyway? According to Paul Shanklin, Obama is a magician. Now we wait for his next trick.
May be I should just try back links…
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Written by James Lagnese

April 5, 2009 at 10:24 am

Lord Neville Obama

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Now he wants to negotiate with Hamas. Ask your Bubbe how she feels about voting for Obama now?
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Written by James Lagnese

January 8, 2009 at 9:05 pm

The Current State of Things: At the crossroads

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Right now we stand at a crossroads. We’ve elected our president, albeit the first black president in our history. It is not because he is black, but rather the perception of his values, political and social beliefs that have given cue to other leaders in the world to advance their positions that may be counter to our positions and benefit. 
Our enemies and competitors see this as an opportunity to test Obama and promulgate their agenda. Look at China and Russia who are making alliances with despots in our own hemisphere. These alliances are being formed to undermine America’s position in the world. When you see and read about how happy foreign leaders are that Obama is elected and how good it is that America can restore it’s image, I have to ask, what is their real perception of our president? 
Obama has stated as much that he wants to improve our image. A little of this is good, most of it seems politically motivated as if we need the approval of other nations to exist. The problem with politicians is that they are too concerned with what others think of them, and they wish to have everyone like them. This is faulty thinking that will get an executive in trouble quickly. Congressmen and senators are particularly at fault here as they do not have to make decisions for a country, organization, or state. Their positions involves wheeling, dealing and behind the scenes arm twisting and glad handing. While presidents can be involved in this, ultimately, they make or execute decisions they are responsible for that will make someone unhappy.
So if Hamas, Iran, Russia and China seem happy that Obama is elected and look forward to dealing with him, I have to say I look at it with a bit of skepticism. Even Chavez and Castro seem to be ebullient at his winning the election. I have to be suspicious when traditional enemies are happy with certain electoral results. They obviously see it as a weakness they can exploit. 
As someone that did not support Obama in the election, one might say I want him to fail, particularly in regards to this. I would tell them absolutely not. This mentality has been the mantra of the democrat party for the last six plus years. They have shown that they would want us to lose the war in Iraq in order to gain political advantage. They are hardly the loyal opposition and as far as I am concerned, frauds because of it, and un-American. To that extent, where I believe America’s interests in the world should be protected, and promoted, I will be behind a President Obama. If I disagree with him or his policies, there will be no mistaking it, but I will not cheer a position on that is against the United States which would cause us to lose in some way. 
So which way do we go? My hope is that Obama, seeing the same challenges President Bush did, will stay the course where things are working and not try to reinvent the wheel. Where new territory is crossed, particularly with those that want to see us fail, and/or be less than number one, I hope President Obama make the right choices that keep us safe, secure, and still number one. I hope he does not take on the role of Neville Chamberlain or a Jimmy Carter, who are both losers in my opinion. It would be a nice feeling if everybody likes you, but it’s naive and unattainable. I hope Obama follows Bill Cosby’s advice in life: “I don’t know how to succeed, but I do know how to fail; by trying to please everyone”. Amen Bill, Amen, and whatever happens next, this will set the tone for the next 100 years. I hope Obama leads well, and makes the right decisions, rather than trying to make decisions right. 
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Written by James Lagnese

November 16, 2008 at 5:20 pm