President Obama, never one for ‘fessing up to personal mistakes, or for accepting blame where blame’s due, seems to show no sign of letting up on that finger-pointing penchant as he leaves the White House.
In fact, it’s just more of the same from the “I’m not to blame” president.
He’s so concerned about his legacy and his image. Maybe he should have been more concerned with substance.
“Obama’s done a lot to cement his ‘legacy’ into history books, mostly by flipping a middle finger to the people,” wrote Louder With Crowder.
Case-in-point: Legalizing gay marriage absent congressional law. And another: Pressing forward a socialized medical program called Obamacare, despite the resistance of the American people.
Too bad for him that Donald Trump seems intent on dismantling most of what he’s pushed through in recent years – most of the executive actions he’s taken to cement his legacy. But oh well.
“That happens when your legacy sucks,” Louder With Crowder said. “Hence why America opted not to elect another Democrat. But according to Obama, the reason why people don’t like him has little to do with policy.”
Rather, as Obama’s put forth several times: it’s someone else’s fault.
And most recently, Obama’s pointed the fingers southern whites’ way.
He said in recent remarks, Louder With Crowder reported:
“I think there’s a reason why attitudes about my presidency among whites in northern states are very different from whites in southern states. There are folks whose primary concern about me has been that I seem foreign. The ‘other.’ Are those who champion the Birther Movement feeding off of bias? Absolutely.”
Oh come on, Obama. America is sick and tired of constantly being chided by a black president about how racist the country is – despite the mathematical fact that the very white America slammed by him as racist is the segment of voter that helped elect him in the first place.
But as Louder With Crowder put it: “Surprise! It’s the melanin. Not the Obamacare crapfest, not his divisive, race-baiting ways, and not even his baby-soft touch on immigration. Nay. He’s simply a bit too toasted for the South.”
That’s just the same old tired left way of thinking that if one disagrees with Obama, it must simply be because of racism, not policy and political differences.
Source: Louder With Crowder