So today, an annoying (very) lefty yenta Facebook friend posted one of those tiresome and baffling expressions of early-onset grief you see a lot of people ostentatiously displaying as the last few murmurs of Barack Obama’s Presidency slither by.
These types of people go on and on about how sad and heartbroken they are to see Barry leave office.
Their emotional displays are so over the top that they seem consummately disingenuous for I don’t believe anyone (sane) can feel so vehemently for a person they don’t even know and have never met or sat in the same room with. In other words, it’s all bullshit. Obama is not, never has been, so great, so godly, so fantastic, as to warrant such a profuse stream of collective waterworks. He’s an Establishmentarian sell-out; a groveling Uncle Tom. Get over it, folks. His Presidency has only ushered in a new wave of racial strife, the threat of, and outright acts of, domestic Muslim terror. From Obama’s Presidency, we are left a national health care plan that is unraveling as participants realize they can’t sustain it under the current model.
Only from the embers of Obama’s Presidency could the Trump uprising occur.
“Don’t gooooooooooo,” she dramatizes (I think I shortchanged her grief a few “o’s”, sorry).
And if that gruesome tub of crocodile tears isn’t too much to bear, we have this.
According to Obama Stupidity-enabling Buzzfeed, this doomed-to-cultivate-government-assistance cretin is a 4-year-old by the name of Christopher.
Four-year-old Christopher lives with his mother, Anilu, in Las Vegas. He’s also a pretty big fan of Obama, although he doesn’t really understand what the whole ~presidency~ thing means.
On Sunday, Anilu was explaining to Christopher that Obama’s time as President of the United States was coming to an end. Christopher didn’t want to hear a word of it, and people all over Twitter are sharing his reaction to the news.
“I told him Obama wasn’t going to be president anymore and he was so in denial,” Anilu told BuzzFeed News. “It was funny so I decided to record him, I didn’t think he would actually cry.”
“Baby, we have to pick a new president, Obama has to go,” Anilu can be heard saying in the video.
“No,” responds Christopher through tears.
How much of this blather can we tolerate?
Anilu is guilty of cultivating an oppressive cloud of maternal ignorance that will strangle young Christopher’s future success. Like other “strong” and “liberated” women of this generation, she is churning out a simpering amasculine fragment of future malehood that will not have the balls to refute the Culture of Plastic Niceties that Miss Barack Obama epitomizes. No “boy” should ever cry that our first woman President is leaving office.