How Will Obama Punish His Enemies and Reward His Friends?

Who is the real Barack Hussein Obama?  Harvard-educated professor of law?  Radical community organizer? Union flack? Or Chicago Way thug politician?

Now that it seems apparent that President Obama's big government takeover policies will be soundly rebuked by the electorate next Tuesday, his anger against those who oppose him seems to be rising to the surface again and his true nature is showing through. 

This past Monday, speaking on Univision, he warned that attaining his goals will be harder "[I]f Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We're gonna punish our enemies and we're gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us'."

What kind of Harvard professor talks like that?  It appears that a majority of the electorate are about to be added to Barry's enemy list.  And how will he "punish" us?  Put a "boot on our throats"?  Find out "whose a- to kick"?  On the same day, speaking in Rhode Island, he told Republicans "they can come for the ride, but they gotta sit in the back".

With Obama now in complete command of 50% of the US economy thanks to ObamaCare and Financial Reform (with pending Cap & Trade legislation, EPA regulations, FDA food regulation, and FCC internet regulation to grab most of the remaining economy), finding creative ways to punish enemies and reward friends should be a snap.

Being the President of the United States comes with some unique responsibilities.  The President must put aside petty politics and represent all of the American people, whether they be perceived "enemies" or "friends".  Apparently, Mr. Obama has not transcended the thuggish ways of his Chicago political past.

Andrew Thomas blogs at darkangelpolitics.com
Who is the real Barack Hussein Obama?  Harvard-educated professor of law?  Radical community organizer? Union flack? Or Chicago Way thug politician?

Now that it seems apparent that President Obama's big government takeover policies will be soundly rebuked by the electorate next Tuesday, his anger against those who oppose him seems to be rising to the surface again and his true nature is showing through. 

This past Monday, speaking on Univision, he warned that attaining his goals will be harder "[I]f Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We're gonna punish our enemies and we're gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us'."

What kind of Harvard professor talks like that?  It appears that a majority of the electorate are about to be added to Barry's enemy list.  And how will he "punish" us?  Put a "boot on our throats"?  Find out "whose a- to kick"?  On the same day, speaking in Rhode Island, he told Republicans "they can come for the ride, but they gotta sit in the back".

With Obama now in complete command of 50% of the US economy thanks to ObamaCare and Financial Reform (with pending Cap & Trade legislation, EPA regulations, FDA food regulation, and FCC internet regulation to grab most of the remaining economy), finding creative ways to punish enemies and reward friends should be a snap.

Being the President of the United States comes with some unique responsibilities.  The President must put aside petty politics and represent all of the American people, whether they be perceived "enemies" or "friends".  Apparently, Mr. Obama has not transcended the thuggish ways of his Chicago political past.

Andrew Thomas blogs at darkangelpolitics.com

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