Obama, Aka “Scapenigger”.

There are people who actually think obama caused the recession, which began like what a year before he was elected?  And when you point out that it hit the fan before he was elected, they still hate him and pretend it’s his fault.

For example, a xanga tool named sammie-the-great wrote on his blog here the following

Yes, courtesy of the great stimulus passed by the idiot of idiots, aka
Barack Hussein Obama, known to us Houstonians as BHO, more jobs are lost
than gained here.

To which I replied:

When he was sworn in the country was losing about a million more jobs than it was gaining each month.  You think that the stimulus caused that?

Do you think daylight causes the sun to come up too?

And bear in mind that the country is now gaining more jobs than it is losing each month, and has been for many months now.  What, was that a result of bush?  Or maybe palin’s smile?

When he got elected the country was losing a gigantic number more jobs than it was gaining per month.  This completely wipes out his claim that obama or the stimulus caused the recession (the second point is especially insane).  What is his response?

To block me so I can’t respond, then post this:

Sometimes, I do wonder how you liberals find your way around in that dark world you live in. But then again, when 2012 comes, and we conservatives get that idiot out of the White House, the light will shine on the liberal world and it will be exposed for what it is–corrupt, evil, and full of lies. See, little skull man, I see through the lies of liberalism.

By the way, do you live in Houston? Do you see the homeless in the streets like I do? Do you see people who are practically jobless and desperate, all because of your beloved Obama and his policies? It is not Bush’s problem anymore, little man. Obama is president now, and he should take responsibility for his own problems. And the next time you want to show off on my site, little man, do so when you have facts to back up your little words.

Obama is the black man the GOP is using as a scapegoat.  Telling frightened, hurting and desperate midwesterners that the black guy is the cause of all that is bad in society.

Or more accurately the black, foreign-born, muslim, non-patriot baby-killer with the foreign-sounding name.

Because why play on just one prejudice when you can select from a whole bouquet of bile and hatred. 

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24 Responses to Obama, Aka “Scapenigger”.

  1. TheBillion says:

    I don’t understand how people can be so full of hatred and utter nonsense. It baffles me.

  2. squeakysoul says:

    I don’t agree with some of what Obama does, but I do think that some of his detractors are playing on racism and anti-muslim sentiment in tearing him down and that is disgusting.

  3. The lop-eared fool has only himself to blame for his problems. Liberals always look for others to blame and why blaming others they called them names like racist, bigot or homophobe.Where was all the righteous indignation when maniacs were hating on Bush 24/7?

  4. Conservatives don’t know how to do anything except blame Obama. Granted all Presidents make mistakes in their first term, it is their first term, but he’s trying, which I give the guy credit for. He came into office at one of the shittiest times ever! But still conservatives will blame him and not Bush who put us in this mess to begin with.

  5. EricBeck says:

    Most ‘conservatives’ seem to be religious.  Which means they’re used to making up their own reality to live in.  Is it any surprise that they would continue to do so?I’m not surprised.  But then I’m pretty disgusted and cynical.  I see too much ranting by the delusional, such as the fellow mentioned above and LoBorn.  It’s hard to be optimistic for the future in the face of that kind of ignorant delusion.(Disclaimer:  Yes, liberals are delusional too.  Just usually slightly less so.)

  6. The_ATM says:

    I don’t see how people fail to understand Obama’s policies are not much different than Bush policies, just crafted and sold a little more intelligently.  It is sad that both you and sammie-the-great are so busy blaming which ever political party you were not baptized into for the current condition of the economy.

  7. jazbajunoon says:

    i hate how people always attack obama b/c he’s black or they end up calling him a Muslim. Bush and his war are the ones to blame for the recession. he processed it, obama was just inaugurated around the time that the the shit was to hit the fan. but nonetheless, its still bush’s shit.

  8. DickDoktorII says:

    I got tired of people complaining about your president as well. It’s insane blaming him especially when people don’t know half of the facts. Here’s some more ammo for you just in case you run into some other dummy which I’m sure will happen around here. http://dickdoktorii.xanga.com/734985730/so-you-dont-like-obama–eh/

  9. mammaquiet says:

    The ignorance of some people is astounding. I voted for Obama and I don’t regret it for a moment. It takes time to repair all the damage that Bush and his cronies (read Cheney, Rumsfield) inflicted on this country. Change doesn’t happen overnight.I suppose people have to blame someone; I just don’t get the hatred.

  10. agnophilo says:

    @TheBillion – Practice, practice.@squeakysoul – I don’t agree with him about everything either, but yeah.  Any time I mention to someone that he’s not the product of a marriage between stalin and the anti-christ they accuse me of worshipping him, like there’s no possible middle ground between the two.@LoBornlytesThoughtPalace – I blamed no one for anything in this blog.  Thanks again for your calm, nuanced, on-topic and well-thought out response.  And bush’s critics were not promoting racism and ethnocentrism against bush, they didn’t like him for things he actually said and did.  Not this “he’s a secret muslim”-type bullshit.@SexyGamerGirl – There’s plenty of blame to go around when it comes to what started the recession, it was policies from both parties.  But obama had nothing to do with it.  And I think the republican leadership blames obama for republicans losing two elections in a row, I think they’re so deluded they honestly think it had nothing to do with them.@EricBeck – I think that “faith” generally muddies the water and gums up the gears of almost anything it touches.  I wonder what society would be like without it.  It wouldn’t solve all of our problems of course, but I’m sure it would help overall.  After all, reason is our compass.@The_ATM – Some of his policies are the same, but a lot of them are not.  Your statement is incorrect.  But with any two presidents you will have a great deal of overlap.@jazbajunoon – Well it’s not just the wars, they caused the debt more than the recession.  The main cause was deregulating the financial system which set it up to fail catastrophically.  And both parties had a hand in that.  Still, the bush administration hurt this country in so many ways.@DickDoktorII – Rec’d :  )@mammaquiet – Neither do I.  Does anyone really think we’d be better off in a McCain/Palin adminsitration?  Gosh darnit you betcha ::wink::God I’d just wanna punch her in the face constantly.

  11. @agnophilo – You said that the GOP is using him as a scapegoat. They don’t need a scapegoat.Obama is screwing up so badly, Democrats are now plotting his exit.

  12. agnophilo says:

    @LoBornlytesThoughtPalace – You’re saying nothing of substance, and nothing that has to do with anything I’ve said.  As usual.

  13. @agnophilo – The sad thing is, I’m stating reality and you have no idea what I’m talking about. The people rejected Obama and the Democrats because they’re a bunch of crooks. The notion of GOP scapegoating is just another one of your foul hallucinations.

  14. UTRow1 says:

    The idea that the stimulus isn’t working, or at the very least making things MUCH better than they would have been without it, is just fucking preposterous: http://cboblog.cbo.gov/?p=1326.There is absolutely no evidence that non-interventionalist policies would have worked better than the stimulus. None. What’s even more sickening is that if Republicans were in power in 2008, they would have passed something very similar. Their revulsion towards it is just a political hoax. As Bush said before leaving office (and Republicans backed him full-heartedly, even the newly minted Tea Party candidates), a stimulus was clearly needed. Just the general idea that letting the enormous, irresponsible entities that helmed the economy into this mess in the first place, in a world where market imperfections exist and there is virtually no bargaining power or mutual assent for any of the contracts these corporations form, to argue that they should be given free reign to right things on their own, is fucking absurd. It’s even more fucking insane to believe that they would do it “efficiently.” This libertarian idolatry of the free market is the greatest fantasy ever sold, but it’s popular because, unlike the functional economics practiced and espoused by respected economists, there is no nuance or complexity. It affords no real world solutions for complex problems because it is unadaptable. In a world economy that is constantly shifting, and prevalent market mechanisms have demonstrably failed, it’s just plain suicide to adopt such a system (especially since it failed so miserably already in teh gilded ages, under the Reagan iteration, etc.). 

  15. jazbajunoon says:

    @UTRow1 – i agree with you, but even though giving corporate  businesses such power has proved disastrous in the past, and the past should be used to correct present mistakes and as a means for prevention in the future, governments are just not going to exclude such outlandish flexibilities because 1. they are payed off  and 2. they make much personal profit from leaving corporates with such power. the whole world talks about how third world countries are corrupt  (which they are) and need anti-corruption campaigns (which are formed but still slow and ineffective) i never hear anyone point fingers at these government-corporate business alliances for their corruption. if you come to look at it, Americans and the American economy is being robbed of its right to flourish by its own leaders. the only reason the third world gets pointed at is because its already poor and economical damage hits faster and harder. @agnophilo – its not just the wars but the war was like the cherry on top that just toppled over the economy like a house of cards. truth be told alot of sharks in wall street predicted the recession way before it hit, but the government was ill advised and all those wall street men just secured their own finances while the rest were left to suffer.

  16. jazbajunoon says:

    come to think of it, today’s economy could make a very good example of  classic feudalism. so, A lord was a noble who owned land, today its the boys on wallstreet who control the economy, a vassal was a person who wasgranted possession of the land by the lord in exchange of military support and protection, the government (in our case), weather democratic or republican, gets the vote/funding from the big boys and control of the ruling system and the land. or in 20th century terms, the budget economies. 

  17. agnophilo says:

    @LoBornlytesThoughtPalace – As always you leave me always wanting more.  Like an actual argument to back up your hyperbole and empty assertions.@UTRow1 – I generally agree with what you’re saying here.  @jazbajunoon – Yup.  Fucked up.@jazbajunoon – Yeah, and “credit” is the new slavery.  Keep the minimum wage down and keep wages down long enough and people have to start borrowing money to stay afloat.  And then the credit card company essentially owns them for the next 20-40 years, but without the cost and hassle of shackles and guards and whips.  Before that it was the company store, now it’s “master”card.

  18. jazbajunoon says:

    @agnophilo – lol…but its nice to see that we agree on something…

  19. See how really full of it you and your liberal pals are? Attack me again, I will press charges on you for slander.

  20. agnophilo says:

    @Sammie_The_Great – In print it’s libel, not slander, you sue for libel not press charges as it is a civil issue rather a criminal one, and it’s only libel if the person is lying about you, which I was not.  Criticism is not slander, malicious lies are slander.So buy a dictionary and grow up.

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