One must be careful to not assume too much.
But, as columnist Pat Buchanan stated it late last week, “the polls and pundits are all in alignment now,” and it seems to be a foregone conclusion – even at the White House – that the Obama Democrat party is going to suffer a severe rebuke. So it’s probably wise for all of us to consider how our President and his remaining allies in the media and in Congress might try to explain-away and assign blame for his party’s impending implosion.
This is not partisan political punditry – there’s a lot at stake here. We are, after all, talking about the most powerful man in the world, and he is our freely elected President for at least a couple more years. And anybody who has given a cursory review of Mr. Obama’s book “Dreams From My Father,” and anyone who has observed the President’s apologetic, “atoning” foreign policy over the past twenty-two months, must recognize his propensity to blame Americans for whatever he may believe is wrong in the world.
So with a staunch rejection of Barack Obama’s transformational agenda at hand, let’s consider how the President and his “friends” might try to target and blame Americans for it all. In no particular order, here are a few themes that will undoubtedly emerge in the coming days and months.
“Americans are racists:” This line of rhetoric should surprise nobody, as it has been tossed around ever since newly elected U.S. Senator Obama began running for the presidency in 2007. It hasn’t come from Mr. Obama himself, so much, but from his “friends.” Everyone from the thuggish activists at “Organizing For America” and A.C.O.R.N., to outgoing Senator Harry Reid, have been quick to label as “racist” any American who has dared to question or disagree with Mr. Obama. The destructiveness of the President policies hasn’t mattered – the only reason anybody would oppose the Dear Leader is because he is black, or so the story goes. And despite how counter-productive and petty this will seem in the coming months, we should still expect more.
“Americans are ignorant and stupid:” Earlier this month President Obama re-introduced this theme at a liberal political fundraiser in Massachusetts. The sentiment should have been apparent back in the Spring of 2008 when he noted in San Francisco that too many Americans “cling to their guns and religion.” But earlier this month, he once again noted that “we're hard-wired not to always think clearly when we're scared…" That was his way, apparently, of explaining away the dismal polling data for his fellow Democrats, and his own disapproval rating.
Austin Hill is an Author, Consultant, and Host of "Austin Hill's Big World of Small Business," a syndicated talk show about small business ownership and entrepreneurship. He is Co-Author of the new release "The Virtues Of Capitalism: A Moral Case For Free Markets." , Author of "White House Confidential: The Little Book Of Weird Presidential History," and a frequent guest host for Washington, DC's 105.9 WMAL Talk Radio.
Exposed: Dem Candidate's Misleading Statements on Spending, Borrowing for AZ Universities | Ky Sisson
Bombshell: Valerie Jarrett Helped Manage Fallout Over Eric Holder's Changing Fast and Furious Testimony to Congress | Katie Pavlich
White House: Ask DOJ About What's in The Fast and Furious Documents Covered By Obama's Executive Privilege | Katie Pavlich