Sunday, June 27, 2010

Words of wisdom from one of my most beloved personal favorites

"I really feel that nature is trying so hard to compensate for man's mismanagement of the planet, because the planet is sick, like a fever.

If we don't fix it now, it's at the point of no return. This is our last chance to fix this problem that we have.

And it's like a runaway train, and the time has come, this is IT.

People always say, 'Oh, they'll take care of it, the government will develop a...'

They who?

It starts with us.

It's •us•."

--- Michael Jackson, "This Is It"

And Michael's absolutely right. Big Government isn't the answer to anything despite what Obama claims, nor is Big Government able to do anything about this oil spill still occuring in the Gulf.

As Michael put it so well, It starts with US. All of us working together, working hard and cleaning it up together. People everywhere have been trying to do just that to take care of and end this disaster, and yet Obama won't let them because he sees this as nothing more than a political opportunity to kill the oil industry. Yet when left to his own devices, Obama's showing the world that he's completely incapable of doing anything about it.

People everywhere, and I mean EVERYWHERE, have been offering to help with this mess. And how many countries have selflessly offered to help, something like at least thirteen? And yet Obama stubbornly and selfishly slaps them all away with, "No no NO, you are NOT going to help with this, it's a wonderful opportunity for me!"

Oh yeah, some help Obama is.

And yet he claims to supposedly "care" about environmental issues. At least one Democrat (of course) claimed he does. Oh yeah? Where? How? Obama sure doesn't act like he cares very much. If anything he's acting irritated that this is all proving to be too much of a situation for him and Big Government to handle alone.

Only a heart of stone would forget his rude statements to just "plug the damn hole", or his horribly cold sarcasm in asking what did we expect him to do, "suck it up with a straw?" This whole disaster is only showing more and more how uncaring and unfeeling this guy really is.

He's been busy living it up and going to the golf course, not showing the slightest bit of concern for the people who lives may very well be ruined by this situation. He shows up, acting like he does simply because he HAUUZ to, then takes off again to say he's having ridiculous blue ribbon people talk about it, then talk about it some more, then talk about lawsuits.

He's certainly not showing any concern for all the poor wildlife being affected and killed by this, innocent fish, animals and birds who have no idea what's going on and knowing nothing about government takeovers and dictatorship attempts. What about all the poor wildlife?

He hasn't shown the least bit of concern. All he cares about is that it will supposedly allow him to kill the oil industry and get his way. And yet the longer he wastes time and refuses to allow anyone to help clean it all up, the more stupid and stubborn he ends up looking.

If all of this isn't proof that he's not only the worst president we've ever had but also the most cold-hearted with ice in his veins then I don't know what is.

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