How many people can President Obama fit under that “Titanic on Wheels” called a bus caravan he’s leading across the mid-west in starting tomorrow? So far the underside capacity of the Obama Greyhound (“leave the blaming to us”) seems limitless, because he just threw all congressional Democrats under the bus and there’s still plenty of room remaining:

Obama tried to position himself on the side of the public and against a deeply unpopular Congress. But even though Obama’s approval ratings aren’t so good either, he clearly sees a need to direct the public’s anger toward Congress or risk being the target himself as the 2012 campaign revs up.

“You’ve got a right to be frustrated,” the president said. “I am. Because you deserve better. I don’t think it’s too much for you to expect that the people you send to this town start delivering.”

“Members of Congress are at home in their districts right now. And if you agree with me — whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican or not much of a fan of either — let them know.”

Blame everybody else — what a bold strategy. Whenever Obama speaks of problem solving, that simply means he’s found somebody to blame for any number of his administration’s failings — problem solved!

In the first two years of his presidency, Obama led the effort to shove all his unpopular, intrusive, expensive and incompetent schemes down the throat of America via his Democrat majority in Congress, and now that everything has backfired like the motor on a poorly maintained 1972 Buick Skylark, Obama is jumping on the side of taxpayers to rally anger at Repubs and Dems in Congress. How’s the weather under the bus, Dems?

The ship is foundering, “women and children first” has been called, and the “Captain” is blaming his crew, putting on a dress and wig, grabbing a random child and heading for the lifeboats… all while calling it “leadership.”

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11 Responses to “Obama’s ‘Bold’ Strategy: Blaming Everybody Except Obama”

  1. ReaganiteGOPer on August 14th, 2011 2:50 pm

    Fearless commie stud muffin- please

    Everybody knows blaming others for your own failures and shortcomings is a fools' game… except narcissists like Obama never seem to figure that out.

    That's why he repeats the same mistakes and never learns anything, there's no personal growth that comes from the blame game – which he can't seem to function without.

    Finger pointing is actually a basic element of Obama's whole M.O., pretty sad case this one

  2. cdl on August 14th, 2011 3:20 pm

    I never understood why the demoncats didn't raise taxes sky high when he first got in. There's no way it could have been stopped. Not that that's what I wanted, but you know…

    I guess it's because they really don't want to save the country. Not that raising taxes would. I'm just saying…every liberal I've ever known has claimed that the rich don't pay enough and that the country would rebound faster if they did. It just seems that if they really believed what they preached the first thing they would do is raise taxes, and then go nuts with the tax payer credit card. But they didn't. They spent ficticious money they new was not there and then tried to blame everyone that opposed them for it not working.

    This is like the best/worst episode of the twilight zone. The one where you wake up and you're inside the tv playing the part of yourself.

  3. zillaoftheresistance on August 14th, 2011 3:28 pm

    If Captain WTF is "jumping on the side of taxpayers" he is only doing it to get his sticky fingers into their pockets.

  4. SignPainterGuy on August 14th, 2011 4:01 pm

    During much of his campaign (before the election) Obozo`s speeches sounded centrist, sometimes even a bit rightish (Slick Willie style). Since then, he still talks centrist, but we`ve seen that far leftist policies get passed. Now he`s talking center-right, like he`s on "our" side, thinking we haven`t seen through it all along. Only he and the far left loonies have believed him; they are pissed `cause he didn`t "sound" left enough.

    Remember, the little Oblunder says that`s true comes with an expiration date, the rest is just leftist tripe and BS.

    I`m reading at a couple blogs where folks are talking to the youths about Obama and the socialist beliefs. They`re not falling for it anymore and are feeling really ripped off by the left. Good signs !

  5. Granny55 on August 14th, 2011 4:54 pm

    The ship is foundering, “women and children first” has been called, and the “Captain” is blaming his crew, putting on a dress and wig, grabbing a random child and heading for the lifeboats… all while calling it “leadership.”

    Except that he is going to grab Don Lemon, CNN, dressed as a sissy for his free pass to the lifeboat. They can then piss and moan about how small the life boat is and insist a ride in a bigger one – all at taxpayer expense – of course. Ya know the whole rich has to pay more so I can have a bigger life boat.

    Putz!!!

  6. maladroit on August 14th, 2011 8:37 pm

    Wow…Obama HAS come through with one campaign promise: transparency. He's so transparent right now you already know what's he's doing before he even does it!

    Show of hands: How many believe he's "taking his jobs message to the people" on his bus tour? Or better yet, how many believe this is a campaign tour?

    Who DIDN'T know Barry would start blaming everyone in Congress for the current mess we're in?
    (It has nothing to do with wasting the first 18 months talking about nothing but his new health care reform bill.)

    Yeah, Bush and his pals "drove the car into the ditch" and left Obama to dig it out, but all Big O did was strip the chrome, wheels and tires, steal the radio and he slashed the seats on his way out.

  7. Turbo on August 14th, 2011 8:40 pm

    Bwahaha :) Excellent Doug, excellent- thank you :)

    Turbo in Austin

  8. SignPainterGuy on August 14th, 2011 8:57 pm

    Reckon how Oblameless will pilfer and trash the White House when he leaves 1-13 ?!

  9. SignPainterGuy on August 14th, 2011 8:58 pm

    What is your assessment of Perry, since you are from Austin ?

  10. OK_Loyalist on August 15th, 2011 12:04 am

    Good idea asking that. No painting 'Out To Lunch' sign for you ;)

  11. SignPainterGuy on August 15th, 2011 12:38 am

    For some who really know me, there`s no need for a sign; it`s a given ! ;-)

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