Friday, March 20, 2009

Obama Mocks Disabled in His Own Words and in Context

"Don't tell me words don't matter," Obama told Wisconsin Democrats February 16, 2008.

"'I have a dream' -- just words. 'We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal' -- just words. 'We have nothing to fear but fear itself ' - just words. Just speeches."

Disgusting and shameful. But, that's Barack Obama, folks. His apologists have tried to cover the Messiah's ass by saying

"The president made an offhand remark making fun of his own bowling that was in no way intended to disparage the Special Olympics. He thinks that the Special Olympics are a wonderful program that gives an opportunity to shine to people with disabilities from around the world."
His comment in no way was intended to disparage the Special Olympics and millions of disabled around the world! What planet am I on? Does anyone believe this crap?

Now he wants us to believe his mocking of the disabled was an offhand remark -- just words. No. They were not just words, but the undisciplined thoughts a truly dumb-fuck nigger about honorable people of whom he thinks everyone feels superiority and disdain. Is it any wonder that he enthusiastically endorses abortion? If those babies he wants dead were to be born and grow up, they may be disabled, they may one day be Special Olympians, and he can't allow that. His own superiorty would continue to be challenged. That can't happen. He is The One we have all been waiting for -- The Messiah without a brain, without a heart, and without courage.

Our nation isn't broken; our financial system isn't broken; Barack Obama is broken. Barack Obama has always been broken and proves it nearly everyday. Barack Obama needs to be fixed or put down.

The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.


Gayle said...

As I said on your other post regarding this matter, I may have thoughtlessly said the same thing, but I'm not a bleeding heart pc liberal. If I had of said the same thing I know I would have immediately apologized, but he didn't even do that! I doubt it even occured to him that he insulted the entire Special Olympics program and those who participate. Completely insensitive can be added to the list describing Obama's character... if you can even call it "character"!

Indigo Red said...

I'm sure you have, Gayle. It is, after all, only human. You have recognized the harm it does, apologized, and I would suspect no longer make such remarks.

That the Special Olympics was the butt of The Joke is unfortunate, but they were not the only ones hurt. Millions around the world have been harmed and Maria Shriver, relative of the the SPOs president and supporter of Obama said that his joke back the movement by ten years. I can't argue against that, but I hope she's wrong.