Too much criticism of Obama?

Posted: 18th April 2010 by Scott @ The Right of a Nation in General Politics

All of a sudden, the criticism of President Obama is becoming too “harsh,” “incendiary,” and “demonizing” according to Democrats, namely Bill Clinton.

It’s interesting that after years and years of complete disrespect for President Bush and ridiculous displays of Hitler comparisons, effigies, and masked individuals at protests, all of a sudden the groups of people protesting Obama (many of which are fairly normal looking citizens, many actually middle aged and older people) are set to be to blame whenever someone possibly attempts an act of violence towards a member of the government.

Clinton is quoted as saying “the words we use really do matter,” as if words that an Obama protester uses is somehow going to be to blame for pushing a lunatic over the edge and causing them to commit an act of violence.  I’m not going to lie, when a powerful politician “predicts” or “foresees” a political enemy of theirs causing a “potential” or “future” problem, I get suspicious/worried.  Democrats have already proven that they will completely fabricate scenes of supposed violence performed by the Tea Party members in an attempt to decrease their legitimacy.

Also, one of the more stupid things that Clinton (believe me it was hard to pick) said is

“One of the things that the conservatives have always brought to the table in America is a reminder that no law can replace personal responsibility. And the more power you have and the more influence you have, the more responsibility you have.”

So according to Clinton, personal responsibility means watching what you say because it may cause someone else to do something that they supposedly otherwise would not do.  Did he not even sense the stupidity in that when he said it?  What about the “personal responsibility” for these imaginary villains that he is creating?  If one is to be “personally responsible,” that means they are responsible for their actions and do not blame others for them.  I thought the phrase was fairly self-explanatory.

Anyway, it seems like a waste to spend this much time on such stupid comments, but they are just another example of liberals trying everything they can in order to get rid of the Tea Party movement (and all Obama opposition in general).

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