If the American people have learned one thing under an Obama administration, it’s how to read between the lines. A skill that is necessary in any political climate, but more so under a liberal regime trying to burn the Constitution and turn the American experiment into a socialist state.
This weekend while he was visiting his homeland, Kenya, he chose to pontificate on the current state of affairs, in America, regarding elections, McCain and the Republicans. Here’s what he said, and here’s what he meant.
You can watch the video on NBC news and hear first hand, and then let’s break it down.
Saying that Americans “deserve better,” President Barack Obama offered his most extensive comments on the 2016 Republican field on Monday, accusing candidates like Mike Huckabee and Donald Trump of using rhetoric “that would be considered ridiculous if it weren’t so sad.”
During a press conference in Ethiopia, Obama slammed Huckabee for saying that the Iran nuclear deal “is marching Israelis to the door of the oven.” And he accused GOP critics of violating a rule in American politics that “we don’t play fast and loose” on important foreign policy issues.
“The American people deserve better,” he said. “Certainly presidential debates deserve better.”
The average American, reading the above statement would agree. We deserve better than skyrocketing unemployment, unaffordable “affordable” healthcare, insurmountable debt, and a long, long list of other atrocities, but what he really said is:
“I (Barack Obama) deserve better (because it’s really all about me) I have done more to fundamentally change America to a socialist state, than any other president. (And I don’t take criticism well.)”
“This really works so much better, for me, when I am not challenged because I’m not really working to protect American interests. I am really trying to knock the pegs out from under the American foundation, and the nuclear Iran deal does that. Democrats are lining up behind me to help in that effort, so Republicans should too, after all they have supported every other anti-American policy to date, isn’t that right, John (Boehner?”)
Obama referenced Huckabee and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump by name and also criticized Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas for comparing top Iran negotiator Secretary of State John Kerry to Pontius Pilate.
“We have robust debates, look at the facts,” he said. “There are going to be disagreements but we don’t just fling out ad hominem attacks like that because it doesn’t help inform the American people.”
“And for Allah’s sake, PLEASE don’t make references to Christian biblical characters. I am offended by Christianity. I really don’t care what you think of John Kerry, but no more Christianity references. And I don’t want to stir up the Christians.”
And, incase you didn’t know, I control the media and the messaging. I don’t want robust debates. I don’t like to be challenged. Did I mention that before? Trump, and his messaging is messing with my agenda. So far, I’ve done a pretty good job at destroying the American culture and sucking the air of hope out of the country. I don’t need anyone firing up the Tea Party or the Christians, or anyone putting ideas of freedom, liberty and independence back into the vernacular.
And this is my favorite quote from the video:
“….the point is we are creating a culture that is not conducive to good policy or good politics. The American people deserve better. Certainly presidential debates deserve better. In 18 months I am turning over the keys. I want to make sure I’m turning over the keys to someone who is serious about the serious problems that the country faces and the world faces.”
“With numbskulls like Huckabee and Trump shooting their mouths off how can I maintain my socialist slide to a dictatorship. People are getting angry. I can’t have that. I deserve better. In 18 months people expect me to leave the White House. I am not sure, well, I know I don’t want to leave. No one else will protect my agenda and my legacy like I will. I, the great Obama, and the only one who can and deserves to be the leader of the “free” world.”
Think I got it wrong in the translation? Is there something I missed? Leave a comment or add to the translation in the comments, below.
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