Liberals’ (slippery) definitions

Liberal Words
. . . . . When our president signed a new bill extending jobless benefits to the unemployed he said: “It is important to note that the bill I signed will not add to our deficit. It is fully paid for, so it is fiscally responsible.” Pres. Obama: Making a speech somewhere in the world in November 2009

. . . . . Our government has not actually paid for anything fully for many years. Just take whatever you wish off budget. That will fix it, Barry!
. . . . . Our president, a graduate lawyer from Harvard, mastered the tactic of redefining reality into or out of existence. He performs this task carefully by selecting words so narrowly that nothing in the real world may be included, or selecting words so broadly that anything may be included. Our president is specially fond of the words strategy and tactic. He seems to understand these respectively as motives and methods. What he does, his methods, are almost universally wrong for America, while his motives “to fundamentally transform America” he rarely expresses openly. When people become universally slippery in their wording, they are often called psychopaths. It is also called lying, frequent lying, or chronic lying. Such folks are often tripped up in their own lies as they eventually can’t remember which lies they told to which people.
. . . . . Our president confuses two fundamental concepts: 1. work, and 2. entitlement. In his mind they appear to be completely detached from each other. In the minds of most Americans they are two peas in the same pod, and entitlements grow through working.
. . . . . His staff of Czars have emulated Obama’s style as illustrated by John Brennan, his Czar on terrorism, who said: “Our enemy is not terror, because terror is a state of mind, and as Americans we refuse to live in fear. Nor do we describe our enemy as jihadists or Islamists, because jihad is a holy struggle, a legitimate tenet of Islam meaning to purify oneself or ones community. And there is nothing holy or legitimate or Islamic about murdering innocent men, women, and children.” How this helps us better understanding terror is anybody’s guess. For clarity I might ask any resident of Washington D.C. who was hiding from two Muslim snipers for ten days. I certainly would not ask Brennan if the folks in Washington were experiencing terror.
. . . . . Obama is a master at identifying “straw men”, examples of reality which exist only in his own mind: “If there is an Arab-American family being rounded up without benefit of an attorney or due process, that offends my civil liberties.” If this has ever happened Obama should specify the family, the time and place. If it happened, it would be another instance of the police “acting stupidly” just like our President.

The Antidote:
. . . . . How about the following straw men? “If there are two black panthers dressed in full uniform with night sticks intimidating white folks at a polling place in the City of Brotherly Love who are videotaped shouting that they hate all white people, and are swept under the carpet by our justice department, that offends my civil liberties.”
. . . . . This is racial hatred (protected speech), and a serious violation of the Federal Election Laws.
. . . . . Why is the ACLU hiding under a rock in this case?
. . . . . Where is the media?
. . . . . Which one is the straw man, A or B? (the man in the President’s mind, and nowhere else?):
. . . . . A. The Arab American family rounded up, or
. . . . . B. Two Black Panthers intimidating voters?

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