Friday, September 30, 2011

Obama says, Ethics really not my cup of tea

President Barack Obama told an audience of high school students in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday that he was “not always the very best student” and that ethics “would not have made it on the list” of his favorite subjects. What is on this fools mind as he address students? As President of the USA is he promoting un-ethical behavior, or just stating the fact that he has none?

“I was not always the very best student that I could be when I was in high school, and certainly not when I was in middle school,” Obama said, speaking at Benjamin Banneker Academic High School. Yes, yes we know that now don’t we! We don’t know where you went to school, what your grades where or in what county you attend school in for the most part, but we do know that you are a poor excuse for a man. One that is arrogant in your beliefs and one that believes in failed socialistic programs. This must be the outcome of your up bring in a fatherless home. A home that was not in America. A home where as you say, you grew up hearing the Muslim cant. To bad you didn't grow up hearing John Wayne! (Fill your hands you................)

“I did not love every class I took. I wasn’t always paying attention the way I should have,” Yep, the parts about ethics and economics…don’t think leadership was top of the list either but Chicago style, lie, steal and cheat, mentality was certain to be a favorite class of Mr. insane.   Obama said. “I remember when I was in 8th grade I had to take a class called ethics. Now, ethics is about right and wrong, but if you’d ask me what my favorite subject was back in 8th grade, it was basketball. I don’t think ethics would have made it on the list.” We got it Mr. President, you really don’t have to tell us, we see it in your actions, GOT IT.

Good bye Obama


Bob M said...

You are right on with your comments!
Great and fun blog!

Anonymous said...

You right wing, tea baggers just have to attack all the time. Get a life and stop attacking working people in America!

Linda in LA said...

Hey Mad American, why don't you just leave and take your hate with you!

Steve said...

When you point out the things this administration says and does, you give only the facts. When you add your comments, you express what most Americans feel in their hearts about our government and our President.
Don’t let the libs get to you!

Anonymous said...

Love the Archive and the Johnny song!

Mad American said...

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rising to: $104.20 in 2012;
$120.20 in 2013;
and $247.00 in 2014.
These are provisions incorporated in the Obamacare legislation, purposely delayed so as not to 'confuse' the
2012 re-election campaigns. Send this to all seniors that you know, so they will know who's throwing them under the bus.


Anonymous said...

If a cop and a promising student were gunned down and the shooter was caught, only to be freed after four years, the outrage would be palpable. Politicos would fall all over themselves to register their indignation and the press would be on it for weeks.

It happened in the case of New York State Trooper John McKenna and Pace University law student Michael Glover, who were serving in Iraq with the Marine Corps Reserve. Yet this story is virtually unknown, even though the injustice is enormous and systemic.

Five years ago, Lance Cpl. Glover, having put a scholarship on hold to volunteer for combat duty in Iraq, was the pointman on a patrol outside of Fallujah when he was killed by a sniper's bullet. Capt. McKenna, Glover's platoon commander, earned a posthumous Silver Star for giving his life in an attempt to save Glover.

Months later, U.S. troops captured their killer, Muhammad Awwad Ahmad. Recently, the families of the fallen learned from the Defense Department U.S. forces turned Ahmad over to Iraqi authorities in June 2010, and that an Iraqi court set him free four months later.

Glover and McKenna are dead and buried, but the man who killed them roams free to kill more Americans. Unfortunately, this miscarriage of justice is not an isolated incident. It is a policy of the Obama administration.