My Predictions for the Obama “Presidency”

November 28, 2008 · Print This Article

Now that America has shown us all that affirmative action even works in politics, I’ve compiled a list of things that you can probably expect to happen.  These predictions are 80% gleaned from information I have access to, and 15% gut instinct based on many years of research, historical study, and being glued to current affairs.  The other 5% is just anger at my countrymen’s stupidity–I admit it.

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- Websites and mass emails offering “free grants,” courtesy of the government and “Obama’s wealth redistribution.”  Actually, this one’s a freebie, because I have an email with a date and timestamp of literally 7 minutes after Obama was declared the winner, offering exactly that.

- Israel will understand this election was the end of any type of assistance, military or otherwise, from the U.S., and will stop holding back their defense at the request of the American administration.  Look for a first strike on Iran soon, as well as increased activity by the Israeli military in general.

- Look for Iranian retaliation–against American targets.  That goes doubly for other terrorist organizations.  We just elected a man with the full endorsement of every major terrorist group in the world as leader of the free world.  It’s the political equivalent of hiring a child molester to babysit your kids while you leave for the weekend.  Not only is HE going to have fun with your child, but he’ll probably sit and watch while his friends come over and do it too.

- Look for far-left justices appointed to the Supreme Court, effectively tying up the entire government in a trifecta of liberal humanism, the buzzwords of which remain empty platitudes like “hope and change.”

- Military cases of troops being tried and convicted for killing the enemy in combat will continue to rise–and the conviction/plea-bargain rate will stay at nearly 100%, as the government seeks to use the best men and women this country has to offer as sacrifical lambs on the altar of global appeasement.

- Look for the slow but steady erosion of rights you have enjoyed for your entire lives–all the while being told it’s “for your own good.”  Restrictions on gun ownership, home schooling, encouraged dependence on the ever-growing federal government.  More nanny-state provisions will be put into place to protect the “disadvantaged” and the “poor,” (read: lazy, uneducated, unwilling to better themselves) even while groups like the unborn, the mentally handicapped, elderly, and terminally ill are slowly pushed toward euthanasia.  Of course, this will be done with feel-good phrases like “death with dignity,” “not wanting to be a burden,” and “merciful release from suffering,” all of which ignore the basic fact that we are killing people without their consent for the “good of the people.”  Before you tell me I’m crazy, let’s just remember that Barack Obama was the ONLY senator in the Illinois state senate to vote against providing medical care for babies who were inconsiderate enough to survive an abortion.  Also, look for taxes to go up.  Yes, they’ll go up.

- You think the economy is bad now?  Just wait.  You’ll have the most expensive “free” health care ever.  Bread lines aren’t just for Russians anymore.

We have traded experience for color, freedom for slavery–and the irony is that the average American sheeple thinks their vote somehow righted an ancient wrong, somehow ENDED the spectre of slavery and ushered in some beautiful era of liberty.  In reality, we are about to be less free than you ever thought possible.

I watched the faces of those crowded into the mob (excuse the pun) in Chicago.  They stared at Obama like he was a god, an idol, a panacea to their every want and need.  We have truly failed as a nation if we are at the point where we feel we must look to one man to take care of us all, to be our father figure and our sugar daddy.

The eyes of Obama and McCain were also telling.  McCain acted with class and grace in his concession speech, offering the most honorable response I’ve seen yet.  I don’t agree with all of McCain’s positions, but it cannot be denied that the man has served his nation–at permanent and severe detriment to himself–for half a century.  His eyes were clear and sincere, honest.  His speech underlined the very reasons why, of the two men offered, he was hands down the best choice.

Conversely, Obama’s eyes were cold, calculating.  His manner was smug and still carried the arrogance he has always had.  His facial expression was one of barely disguised disdain for everything people like me believe in.  His body language was smooth, polished–too much so.  He is charismatic to those who don’t know what to look for, and he is inspiring to those who cannot or will not think for themselves.   However, too many who voted for him are guilty of the most dangerous kind of hypocrisy.  You see, we are told daily that we must not see color, just mankind.  (We are all family, you know–or so we’re told.)  And yet Barack Obama was handed the White House on a silver platter by a fawning media, a bevy of foreign donors (who, to this day and in violation of U.S. election laws, remain nameless and unaccounted for), and a populace who voted based on color instead of right and wrong–even in the face of the most damning evidence against a Presidential candidate in many years, perhaps ever.

It is said that the people receive the government they deserve.  Sadly, I fear that’s correct.  We have become complacent, unwilling to see the writing on the wall, content to frolic in the warm water without bothering to notice that it’s been getting hotter by the minute.

So enjoy your victory.  Jump around.  Have a party, and make fun of those of us who fought to make sure your “messiah” didn’t get access to the most powerful position in the world.  Just remember when it all comes crashing down: You own the White House, the Congress, and soon the Supreme Court.  You’ll have no one to blame but yourselves.

As for me, I’m buying my handguns this week.

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  1. SUE on November 28th, 2008 1504

    Very well said. These are all the things I would have said and some I have said. You are right on with these predictions and that is so sad . The people of these United States will regret this history makinf election, but it will be to late. We will bever ever be the same happy country.

  2. Unhappy American on November 28th, 2008 1505

    Finally! Someone who has told the truth about the hypocrisy of the 2008 elections. I am one European-American who plainly sees how race is used for the betterment of blacks while leaving Whites wondering what happened. God forbid we call the blacks on it…we would be accused of being racist. It’s time for all of us with lighter skin to stand together and say that we will not be pushed around any more! I plan on buying a gun soon as well. I’m sure if I ever have to use it for protection against a black, I will end up in jail or branded racist. I am beginning to hate our country.

  3. SUE on November 28th, 2008 1512

    GREAT POST

  4. newrepublican on November 29th, 2008 0947

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  5. Relevant Rhino on November 29th, 2008 1110

    Just a few thoughts, although I’m very, very glad you compiled this list.

    1) The proposal for college tuition is a trade for public service (military or civilian).

    2) Barack Obama received a higher percentage of the Jewish vote (78%) than any candidate since Reagan in ‘84. It certainly appears that the concern for the State of Israel lies outside of the State of Israel.

    3) Even if he appoints “far left” justices, the only justices he’ll be replacing are current “far left” justices. The 5-4 Republican majority just can’t be changed in one term.

    4) You may, not will-but may, see a rise in those who violated the Geneva Convention and engaged in torture, but that’s all.

    5) The last eight years have shepherded the largest expansion of the Federal Government in the US’s history; it has also seen the “erosion of basic rights” on a scale equally as unseen. Gun rights are a hot topic issue used to rally voters-nothing is going to happen to our guns. I did look up Obama’s record in the Illinois State Senate, and you’re wrong. The legislation you’re referring to isn’t worded the way you have stated it.

    6) Out of all of the Democratic candidates, Obama’s health care position was the least liberal. Not only will you be able to keep your current coverage should you choose to do so, your taxes that pay for people who skip out on emergency room bills will go down.

    But please, keep this list close; revisit it in two or three years, and go line by line and write a follow-up post as to the accuracy of your predictions.

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