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Thursday, June 25, 2015

A difference between liberals and Republicans

I won't go into the impropriety of a president calling the White House "my house" because we already know Barack Obama fancies himself a king and is ignorant of American history, American law and the American way of life.

Instead, allow me to observe the difference between how liberals react when their president is heckled and how Republicans react.

From The Hill:
President Obama faced off with a heckler during a reception celebrating LGBT Pride Month at the White House, telling the person “you’re in my house.”
Obama was interrupted shortly after beginning his speech to the crowd by a person who repeatedly shouted the president’s name.
“No, no, no , no. Listen, you’re in my house,” Obama told the person.
“You’re not going to get a good response from me by interrupting me like this,” Obama said.
But the heckler would not let up, despite Obama’s pleas, boos from the crowd and chants of “Obama! Obama!” The president became visibly irritated, and the woman was escorted from the room at his request.
“Shame on you, you shouldn’t be doing this,” he said.
President Bush ignored the heckling and Republicans shouted down hecklers by saying, USA! USA! USA!

Liberals replace patriotism with the Cult Of Personality, which shows that despite their credentials, most liberals are dummies.

Just like this president.


  1. Not big enough to cope with disagreement.

  2. Or as Reagan once said to a heckler: "Aw, shut up!" to the roaring applause of the rest of the crowd.