"IF YOU LOVE ME, HELP ME PASS THIS BILL" PATHETIC NOT PRESIDENTIAL
During one of his many performances before invited audiences to campaign for his useless and tax increasing jobs bill, Barack Obama tried the, "if you love me," approach to once again say," pass this bill." A phrase which has been used more than 200 times by Obama since he first used it a little over a week ago almost a dozen times in his speech to Congress.
The progression which brought on this pathetic cry by Obama went like this:
AUDIENCE MEMBER: I love you, Barack!
OBAMA: I love you back. (Applause.) But first — but if you love me — if you love me, you got to help me pass this bill. (Applause.) If you love me, you got to help me pass this bill.
Now the messiah references that ran rampant when Obama was campaigning for President and shortly after he took office have nearly stopped. Nearly. National Public Radio however still has the Obama messiah complex as an article on the NPR website quoted a Bible verse from the book of John which as they see it was, "reminiscent," as a comparison to this disgusting whine made by Obama. I won't type the reference but let you read it by following this link to the NPR article.
Adding to his many failures and weaknesses as President we can now add pathetic as he stoops to a new low to rally supporters and try and pressure Congress into passing bad legislation which like the first stimulus spends money irresponsibly, raises taxes needlessly and also like the first stimulus is doomed to create no jobs and add to the woes of a struggling economy.