What’s the difference between Air Force One’s jet engines and President Obama? When Air Force One reaches its destination and the jet engines are shut down, they stop whining! Not so Obama, who recently whined about: Mitt Romney taking Obama’s phrase, “You didn’t build that!” out of context so it was “misinterpreted”; media fact-checkers advising his campaign staff they falsely accused Romney of: outsourcing jobs and illegal reporting to the SEC.
Earlier this year on a visit to Chicago Obama whined: “Lincoln, they used to talk about him almost as bad as they talk about me.”
Obama is a grand master at whining. He also conducts a huge chorus of whiners with the largest contingent in DC comprised of Democrat Congresspersons, Cabinet heads and thousands of other appointed administration officials. Satellite choruses appear in every swing state. Many mainstream media members harmonize with these whining choruses.
Other examples of Obama’s whining: incessantly about the “economic mess he inherited from Bush” but ignoring the role he and other Democrats – who enjoyed a majority in both House of Congress in 2006-2007 – played by demanding “affordable housing” for low income minorities; one-percenters who don’t pay their fair share of taxes; “subsidies” – for U.S. oil and gas companies – actually tax deductions available to most other manufacturing and mining companies.
Obama whines about $4 billion for oil & gas while granting actual subsidies of $12.5 billion to renewable energy sources and – until ended last year – $6 billion for ethanol: lack of civil discourse by Tea Party members while encouraging and praising law-breaking, sometimes violent “Occupiers” who support Obama’s strategy to divide the electorate on bases of age, economics, gender, national origin/race, religion and sexual orientation.
Election day, 2012 is November 6 when Obama and all his choruses will harmonize: “Whine on Harvest Moon”.