Just for fun, on a Saturday morning…

Posted August 15th, 2009 by Jim Ettwein

2 Responses to “Just for fun, on a Saturday morning…”

  1. DannaMarineMom

    George Bush endears the troops to him. He is there for THEM. There is no pretense. He is as comfortable with them as they are with him. The good will and appreciation flows both ways. Admiration is evident in the air.

    Obama’s presence is stilted, weighty, tentative. The troops are there under seemingly there under duress. The Marines are cautious – merely polite – in their applause. The feeling is one of trepidation, uncertainty on the part of the troops – and some real hesitation to embrace this pResident. I know. My son’s battalion was present. This was a “show” carefully planned in hopes of convincing the American public that Obama and the troops might be a mutual admiration society.

    FAR FROM IT! Barrack Obama expected to be treated as a guest, an honoree, someone very important. The following synonyms lead from one to another just as the actions, words, and deeds of this bombastic cavity of manipulation and usery are leading us to a bottomless pit of taxation without representation . . .

    pompous, grandiloquent, overblown, pompous, pontifical, portentous, pretentious, arrogant, chesty, self-important,
    proud, narcissistic, egotistical, narcissistic, self-loving, selfish, flaunty, flamboyant, showy, splashy, ostentatious
    sententious, sesquipedalian, foreboding.

    Barrack Obama, you will NEVER convince most of these Marines that you are sincere about anything. After all, these are the men and women your good buddy John Kerry referred to as losers who didn’t study, and ended up getting “stuck in Iraq.”

    Americans all – learn to discern. RabidRepublican may not be your style – it may be confrontational in your estimation. One thing is certain, though. The webauthor(s)recognize patterns in historic events, seek the facts, and take the time to dig and delve to get to the truth.

  2. B Howell

    When Pres. O was arriving to meet the troops his advance people asked who voted for him. All those that raised their hands were given cameras to take pix of the Pres. When the video cameras were rolling all the newly acquired cameras were out in front (leaving the non-voting for him troops in the rear) to show the world how much the troops adored the Pres. This ran on the 6:00 news.

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