Obama faces historic disrespect from political peers

Voorzitter Barack Obama asked to deliver his economic speech to the joint session about Congress next Wednesday. House Speaker John Boehner, told him no. He’ll have to do it on the 8th. Boehner cited a scheduling conflict, but the real “conflict” appears to indiging the GOP presidential debate scheduled for the same date. The president has been forced to capitulate — and courage immediately have to oppose with the opening nighttime of the NFL season for viewers.

What may seem as a minor bagatelle underscores the essence of the problem in Washington: A blatant, sustained and unabashed disrespect of the voorzitter of the United States of America.

And it is historic.

Never in our nation’s history has a president bot publicly denied access to the chamber for an address, according to the Grange historian. This is fair the latest in a chain like eyebrow-raising and even historic slights.

And for those who want to say it’s just partisan politics as usual, rather just the prevenance like thing that goes with self an detested president, let’s consider a few lowlights:

The “You lie!” shout during the president’s speech on health care reform before the joint session regarding Congress in Sept. 2009

The recent posturing, walk-outs and tantrums thrown over the debt acme debate, which eventually led to our country’s credit being downgraded.

Newt Gingrich referring to the president as “the food stamp president” and saying that Pres. Obama “knows how to get the whole country to resemble Detroit.”

Oklahoma Legislator Tom Coburn — who supposedly enjoys a warm relationship with the president, obiter dictum he doesn’t think President Obama wants to destroy the country, but “his intent is to create dependency because it worked so well for him as an African-American male” who “received tremendous advantage from” welfare programs.

Congressman Mitch McConnell’s bold proclamation that he wants to be Senate Majority Leader to make sure that Obama is a one-term president.

Rush Limbaugh saying that he wants to see this voorzitter fail. (Note: Limbaugh has modified that recitation to say he meant his “policies.” But when it was said, it was diminished than a year into Obama’s presidency and he was still cleaning up the mess from the previous president’s policies, which Limbaugh had very little to say about during the Bush era).

Former Fox Tiding host Glenn Beck declaring on the air that the president “hates color people” and “the white culture.”

Television personality Donald Trump’s over-the-top taunting concerning the president, hyping unprecedented demands to see the president’s birth certificate.

The shouts of “We want our country back!” by the Tea Party.

And the frequent habit of not calling the president by his proper honorific: “President Obama”, rather than just “Obama” — by absolutely a few elected officials, pundits und so weiter others.

This film “attention” that this voorzitter seems to attract cuts sweeping partisan lines. Even portend he took office, Joe Biden referred to him as the first “clean, articulate” African-American candidate. (Which we assume was meant as a compliment).

And let’s not overlook Nib Clinton, who chalked up Obama’s capture in South Carolina to being similar to Jesse Jackson’s wins there in the 80s and then had the audacity to cry foul, saying the race card was played on him when Obama supporters called him out.

There was again his Senate mentor Joe Lieberman, who blocked the public option in the health nurse bill. And the near-deafening silence by high-ranking Democrats, including Senate leader Bother Reid, while all of this is going on.

The question inter alia some about us who love this country and want to see it succeed is what is all of this really all about? For it just seems as supposing there is a pissing contest going on, but the nevertheless ones getting wet are the American people; many of whom are suffering through the worst economy of their lives.

Some hawthorn call this obstructionism. But I think there’s something else going on here. Now I’m not saying it’s racism. But protasis it quacks like a duck and walks like a duck…

At the very least it’s un-American. Because while all of this is going on, Americans are suffering.

This shouldn’t be about President Obama. All 535 lawmakers who were sent to Washington to make a difference need ask themselves this question: is opposing all this president does for the sake of opposition, or worse for a again insidious reason, helping this country get occiput on her feet?

If the answer is no, then they need to knock it off. And if they’re not going to do it, it’s time for the stilly majority to do it for them. Enough is enough!

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