Saturday, March 21, 2009

Obama the weak speciesist reptilian corpse-munching conformist liar appears on Leno

A Freudian slip, or parapraxis, is an error in speech, memory, or physical action that is believed to be caused by the unconscious or semi-conscious mind, which is to say that these thoughts are consciously repressed and then unconsciously released.

Seems our elected president doesn’t like animals, but will be forced to get a dog; as, dogs are in his job description and the whole country is watching the speciesist corpse-muncher.

Not only is Obama a speciesist corpse-muncher, he is also a liar who lied to get elected and will do anything (even get a dog) for continued acceptance. It is no wonder Obama chooses to be a corpse-muncher as they are the ruling populace.

Obama appeared on The Tonight Show and Leno pressed him on his campaign promise he made to his daughters Malia and Sasha about getting a pet dog.

Obama answered, "This is Washington. That was a campaign promise" And then elaborated, he is only teasing us and that he will actually keep that promise. Obama later admits he will do so out of peer pressure. Let's put pressure on Obama to go vegan already.

Obama’s Freudian slip really makes me ill. I believed his promises and voted for him, given his first 60 days of countless (growing in numbers everyday) reneges on campaign promises, I feel hoodwinked.

I should have known better than to trust a corpse-muncher. Never again.

Obama is very disturbing as he can't claim stupidity like George W.

Obama reneged on his promise to bring the troops home. The slimeball is just relocating mothers' children.

The following transcript reveals Obama’s true lying nature, fear/disdain of animals, and conformance out of peer pressure:

LENO: All right, one last question. Now, when is the dog coming? I keep hearing about the dog. It seems to me –- when was the dog supposed to be there by? I thought it was, like, as soon as --

OBAMA: Listen, this is Washington. That was a campaign promise.

LENO: Oh, wow. Wow. Man.

OBAMA: I'm teasing. The dog will be there shortly.

LENO: How soon?

OBAMA: We have actually sort of been laying the groundwork here. We’ve got a trip, I've got to go to the NATO summit. When we get back, dog will be in place.

LENO: Wow. And it's, what, a Portuguese waterhead? What is it, what kind of dog is it?

OBAMA: It's not that.

LENO: It's not that?

OBAMA: It's not a "waterhead."

LENO: Whatever they are, I don't know what they are.

OBAMA: That sounds like a scary dog. Sort of dripping around the house.

LENO: I don't know what it is.

OBAMA: No, no. We're going to get a dog that is … that I think the girls will have a great time … I think I'm going to have a lot of fun with it. You know, they say if you want a friend in Washington, get a dog.

WARWAK: I don’t trust corpse-munchers in general and I am especially weary of those who don’t like dogs.

The world is a vampire and Obama is the Lizard Foundation's most valuable corpse-muncher in their war against humanity.

Obama grew-up in Indonesia in the care of his corpse-munching step-father Lolo eating dogs, snakes, grasshoppers, and anything else that crawled, had a face, and that he could get his robber-of-life hands on and has now graduated to Washington DC to have servants prepare and serve him a steady stream of inflamed tortured duck livers and other assorted baby animals at everyone else’s expense.

Barack Obama: "With Lolo, I learned how to eat small green chili peppers raw with dinner (plenty of rice), and away from the dinner table, I was introduced to dog meat (tough), snake meat (tougher), and roasted grasshopper (crunchy)," Obama wrote. "Like many Indonesians, Lolo followed a brand of Islam that could make room for the remnants of more ancient animist and Hindu faiths. He explained that a man took on the powers of whatever he ate: One day soon, he promised, he would bring home a piece of tiger meat for us to share."

Has foie gras-eating/veal-munching Obama taken on the super powers of the tortured duck or the strength of the innocent baby cow he just shamanically dined on? Does this idiot really think we don't know who he really is?

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  1. Dave, Obama's a politician, not the Redeemer of America that many of his voters think he is. I take some glee in pointing out that he's often said one thing in his campaigns and then does the opposite.

    I'm a fiscal conservative who believes that capitalism is the path to the best welfare for all the world's people, since the evidence bears this out. I'm also a foreign policy idealist so I believe that the world's most powerful nation has a responsibility to strike down tyrants even if it means war. Thus, I'm proud that Bush fought for the surge and saved the Iraqi people from the tragedy that would have followed had we listened to Obama, Cindy Sheehan.

    I'm glad that you're angry with Obama, but if you generally agree with his political and economic philosophy, I suggest you stick with him. He'll probably be slightly friendlier to animal causes than McCain would have been (though McCain has 24 cats and dogs). Moreover, we need idealism in our country. You won't agree with any politician on anything and animal causes fall pretty low on any politician's radar when we are at war and the economy's falling apart.

    Keep up your great work, my friend!

  2. Poor Shalesh has been brain-washed/indoctrinated so badly he believes in war, capitalism, and taking glee in dishonesty and crimes against humanity.

  3. Dave, as friends, I'd appreciate not being insulted. There are real problems in the world. Sudan (Darfur), Zimbabwe, Burma, Iran helping Syria build nuclear weapons -- how would you deal with them. Change the channel? A peace surge? Get real.

    If you hate capitalism so much, why don't you leave America? Most of us like being the richest country in the world and having entrepreneurs lead us into wealth, innovation, and private ownership.

    If you want public ownership, why not move to Cuba or North Korea? Instead of having corrupt people run a single company like AIG or Enron, then you can live in a country where corrupt and murderous people run it.

  4. Friends yes. Should you be insulted? No. Consider yourself lucky I published your propoganda.

    As far as leaving America ... it is American to voice disdain with one's government. I don't run away from problems.

    Richest country in the world? Not! We owe China big money we may never be able to pay back.

    Wealth? Just because you have a good job and an inheritance doesn't mean we are all so well off.

    Shalesh wrote, "Sudan (Darfur), Zimbabwe, Burma, Iran helping Syria build nuclear weapons -- how would you deal with them. Change the channel? A peace surge? Get real"

    Get real? How about attacking the underlying causes of most of our problems in a violent world instead of more money and children for your wars as bandaid solutions that only make matters worse, lets attack the root.

    "I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs" Thomas Jefferson, Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin

    The Federal Reserve is a private group of rich corpse-munchers who answer to no one.

    Furthermore, Obama has lied again and again with his bullshit appointments of lobbyists and bankers. Barack Obama is the opposite of what he says.

    "If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny" Thomas Jefferson

    "I like barbeque" Barack Obama

    It is a crime against humanity to decide that children shall stumble and die early deaths so that those in control may eat and work as they wish.

    War is not vegan!

    Stop bashing Cindy Sheehan ... she lost her child for your war and deserves an authoritative voice in politics. Especially when she is speaking common sense against the futality of war.

    I could say to you, if you are such a fan of war, you should be on the front line murdering strangers for your twisted ideals.

    As far as listening to Obama, his lies are becoming more obvious everyday.

  5. Dave, I take your points about Cindy Sheehan (she indeed has sacrificed a lot for her country) and about my non-participation in war. I do believe that our wars in Iraq and in Afghanistan have done good and am heartened that Obama is sending more troops to the latter (though I wish he had a strategy there). I guess my convictions aren't strong enough that I would die for them. Luckily, my country doesn't need me to.

    I agree that our treatment of animals is awful. However, I don't agree that a vegan world would be one without evil. People believe different things, have different endowments, and want different things. Conflict will always arise. I think America has generally been on the right side in wars.

    Obama, while he was running for US Senate in 2004, told downstate IL farmers, "Don't worry, we are all meat eaters on the Democratic ticket. No vegetarians."

  6. Ass-beating taken like a man. Rock on!

  7. Wow, I don't know where to start... there's just so much to choose from.

    Mr. Kumbhat, as a reformed raging capitalist money-is-all-that-matters American, I understand your resistance to questioning your indoctrination. It's uncomfortable to recognize that when you've established the pursuit of wealth as an identity, you've actually forfeited a piece of your humanity. But so much for indoctrination.

    I did appreciate the humor: "I'm also a foreign policy idealist so I believe that the world's most powerful nation has a responsibility to strike down tyrants even if it means war. Thus, I'm proud that Bush fought for the surge and saved the Iraqi people from the tragedy that would have followed had we listened to Obama, Cindy Sheehan."

    But, on the off chance you actually believe these statments, who should we preemptively attack next? Kim Jung Il, Mahmoud Ahmedinejad, President Zardhari (sp. ?) -- come on now... Pakistan has to be up to something! Let's invade!

    Please, before I leave this one alone... can you tell me from what "tragedy" we "saved the Iraqi people"? We raped their country, stole their money, displaced millions of families that were arbitrarily targeted by our troops; killed upward of 500,000 civilians (sorry, I haven't looked at the death count lately). And you deem this to be good news?

    Forgive me for addressing a question you asked of Dave: "If you hate capitalism so much, why don't you leave America?" The only progress and evolution that has ever happened in this country is a function of those thoughtful and courageous liberals who were wise enough to address the injustices inherent in our society. I can only speak for myself... I hate capitalism and all of the exploitation it demands. However, this is my country. I would rather address what's wrong than run away from it.