PostHeaderIcon Thank You President Obama

So, a massive attack in California, apparently by peaceful Muslims. Thanks to Obama’s insight, I now understand why.

Here I was, thinking that some brain-washed folks, desperately clinging to ideas and traditions formed when many of our kind still lived in caves, were bent on killing any and all who dare try to enlighten the Muslims – or even just trying to enlighten themselves.

Now I understand that they are being driven wild by fear of global climate change – no religious connection whatever. WOW! That really explains everything. All I need to do now is turn off the AC, burn my F-350, get a horse to ride and all will be well again.

Meanwhile, back in the real world…

Doesn’t the 25th amendment to our Constitution allow for removal from office of a president who is clearly unfit to do the job? According to Bill O’Reilly, this almost happened to Reagan when he was actually doing a half-derriere job. The current guy, IMHO, is doing a “derriere free” job (unless you count his head as a derriere – or, being stuck in a derriere). It is truly amazing how much more damage can be done in “only” 14 months.

I know that we all pretty much agree that the USA is nearing its end. But that does not mean I cannot (or should not) protest every inch of the way toward that end.

Think about it. Then pour yourself a good dram of Scottish magic (I prefer Laphroaig), light up a good cigar, and read something that pleases your mind. At least this works for me.

Troy L Robinson

11 Responses to “Thank You President Obama”

  • ◄Dave► says:

    Agreed.

    I know that we all pretty much agree that the USA is nearing its end. But that does not mean I cannot (or should not) protest every inch of the way toward that end.

    Point taken. I think my apocalyptic inevitability musings of late are more about justifying my own waning interest, in fighting the good fight for the future of America or Western civilization. If it is pointless in the end, one can be excused for turning off Fox News and reading something pleasant to the mind. I have even read a few novels lately. 🙂

    As for the libations and tobacco, I cannot allow myself the temptation. When I ended up in the hospital with Type II Diabetes a couple of years ago, the doctors told me I was lucky I wasn’t a drinker, or I would be dead. Alcohol is a form of sugar, and to keep my blood sugar under control without medication, I cannot partake of carbohydrates in the form of starch or any type of sugar. Damn, the cigar sounds good; but I know that one puff and I would eventually be back to smoking a couple of packs of cigarettes a day. Cough free breathing of delicious fresh air is actually even more enjoyable, so I just can’t risk that. 🙂 ◄Dave►

    • Troy says:

      I am also a type II diabetic also and I find that Scottish magic does nothing whatever to my blood sugar levels. Beer, yes; wine, yes, but not good Scots whisky.

      I am also an ex cigarette smoker (quit in 1984). My daily cigar (or pipe) does not make me want to start regularly inhaling tobacco smoke again. In my case, I think the “hit” in the lungs from inhaled cigarette smoke was the addictive part. Smoke held for a moment in the mouth absorbs some nicotine but fails to provide that “hit”.

      I have no intention of encouraging anyone to smoke or drink nor can I claim that any good comes from it — other than temporary enjoyment, burn holes in my clothes and reduced bulk in my wallet.

      Troy

      • ◄Dave► says:

        Interesting. I used to really enjoy a pipe; but found it inconvenient to carry all the paraphernalia during my active lifestyle. When I started doing a lot of motorcycle riding, I just gave it up. 🙂

        What meds do you take for the diabetes? Have you ever tried to control it with diet and exercise? This has been the main focus of my research and reading for the past two years. I am on a Ketogenic diet, with intermittent fasting, and walk a minimum of 5 mi. every day. ◄Dave►

        • Troy says:

          I take Metformin for my diabetes. I took Victoza for a while several years ago and it brought my blood sugar down to pre-diabetic levels. My blood sugar averages around 90 now.

          I never was much of a sweets eater and now I don’t eat all that much of anything. My main weakness is pasta.

          Troy

        • Troy says:

          BTW, my endocrinologist tells me that the body processes alcohol as a form of fat. Evidently, it is other carbohydrates in beer and wine that work on your blood sugar level while Scots whisky does not contain these “other carbohydrates”, just good barley based alcohol and peat smoke.

          Troy

  • Jerry Elkins says:

    Troy. Even the dumbest Republican in the USA (we have many) can see Obama is unfit (was he ever fit) to be POTUS. Also the smartest democrat cannot see this fact because their head is firmly implanted in their asses at birth.

  • Troy says:

    BTW, can anyone explain to me how Harry Reid still gets to block legislation in the Senate even though he has been reduced to minority leader?

    Asked another way, if the minority leader has such power then why didn’t McConnell block Obamacare and other such nonsense when he was minority leader?

    I suspect it is because Reid is not afraid to take action (however stupid that action may be) while most of the GOP fear their own shadows.

    Troy

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