Do as I Say, Not as I Do

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News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:

 

URBANA, IL—In a moving speech delivered Friday, President Barack Obama called for the nation to turn from fear, anger, and resentment, despite having stoked these emotions at every opportunity during his time in office.

The man who had carefully stoked divisions and pushed identity politics for a full eight years called the nation to turn away from divisive “politics of resentment” and instead be loving and inclusive.

“Common ground exists, I have seen it, I have lived it,” he said, though his presidency was spent turning people on each other and encouraging a culture of victimhood and resentment. “I know I spent a lot of time encouraging you to feel oppressed by each other so you would look to the federal government to fix things and turn a blind eye while I massively increased the power of the executive branch. But this time I’m serious. Let’s not hate each other, at least not until a Democrat is in office again.”

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6 Comments

  1. The occasion of His Lordship to be at University of Illinois-Urbana was to except an “ethics in government” award.

    Very little gets more Animal Farm-Orwellian then the man who created the Deep State and permanent burrowed-in operatives and lifetime saboteurs than for Abu Obama to get an “ethics in government” award.

    And the attendant student and professorial-class sycophants applauded wildly, we are told.

  2. Gateway Pundit counted the number of times His Lordship was self-referential (“I, me”) in a 64 minute speech: it was approximately 108 times.

    How does one manage to do that?

  3. Gateway Pundit counted the number of times His Lordship was self-referential (“I, me”) in a 64 minute speech: it was approximately 108 times.

    There was a two digit population of 1st person singulars in his eulogy for John McCain. No one ever calls him on this sort of tackiness outside of fora like this. Street-level partisan Democrats fancy he’s a class act. (You want to cheese one of them off, recite how he and Mooch earned a living after 1985).

  4. How does one manage to do that?

    Relate everything you discuss to some situationally proximate or to some temporally coincident event in your own life. None dare call it pathologically self-centered.

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