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Monday, March 14, 2016

Obama to make ass of himself in England

I had forgotten that Barack Obama technically is still president, until I read that he is going to England to campaign against Britain leaving the European Union.

The vote is in June.

From the Daily Caller:
“Why should President Obama tell the U.K. whether we should be part of a European superstate or a sovereign nation? He should keep his comments, his views, to himself,” said Peter Bone, a Conservative U.K. member of parliament (MP) and supporter of Brexit.
Conservative MP Steve Baker went a step further, using harsh rhetoric against the President’s intervention.
“Whenever a U.S. president intervenes in our constitutional future, I always reread the U.S. Declaration of Independence. We will solve peacefully at the ballot box the problem for which their nation fought a bloody war of insurrection,” said Baker. “I will take lessons from the U.S. president when the U.S. accepts a supreme court over its own, and free movement from Canada to Central America – but God bless America!”
Dude, Obama is way ahead of you on that.


  1. Obama is so irrelevant, that any destination excuse to fly around in his 400 ton limo is necessary for his ego.

    Of course telling others how they should live/vote is par for an affirmative action president with a diploma in community organizing & drape hanging.

    Life should prove very dull for the poseur in chief once his high perk gig on the DC beltway grinds to a halt shortly.
    He most likely already has his resume on file at the UN.

    Sam C

    1. In addition to his diploma in Alinsky studies, he has a law degree. He allowed his law license to lapse in 2002. He had a faculty position at the University of Chicago for 12 years. He taught boutique courses. Number of scholarly articles published in 12 years = nil. The man's bored with everything, and that's the story of his life.

  2. He went to bring the Olympics to Chicago, and they ended up in Rio.

  3. This was not an idle response to an inquiry. This is another seven-or-eight figure foreign extravaganza for him, which is to say he fancies he's a capable advocate (after a total of four years practicing law and not much trial work) or he fancies some bloke in Sheffield cares about his opinion. Both require some pretty steep conceits (to name the one thing at which he excels).

  4. A hard core Socialist going over to remind his like minded brethren to stay the course on their merry way to ruin. One should be surprised he thinks he needs to insert himself into it?

  5. Hum, will BO get Bushed? Remember the shoe. Those Cockneys can get cocky.

  6. After he whacked Cameron for leading from behind in Lybia,his influence in the UK Brexit battle fell into imaginary numbers . He will have the usual socialist suppoert here for such a move by the Brits and look smart to them because the pound would fall against the dollar. . He really doesn't care what happens to the UK, but he may be thinking of his future job prospects . Soros is a currency trader famous for making a billion dollars in one day by betting against the pound. Maybe he is not short this time .

  7. Socialists gotta be social. - Elric

  8. Just before Bill Clinton left office, Hillary and daughter Chelsea took on a long vacation trip across the Atlantic on the public dime, using Air Force 1. The excuse for this upcoming trip for Barry could be a beer summit to mend fences with his "pal" David Cameron, but it will also likely serve as a final vacation trip for the entire grifter family, the kids, Michelle, Michelle's mother, before his term ends. In other words, yet another big summer blast on taxpayer money.

  9. I hope it has the opposite effect and results in the Brits leaving the
    EU. That would be so fitting. As above, just like the Olympics bid failure.

  10. Guy definitely doesn't recognize the Lightbringer.
    Aww, 2008 is so long ago!

  11. This almost assures that England will be a free and independent country again. Not just minus the Continent, but Scotland as well.

  12. Well, by golly, I think should stay there and campaign until that Brexit thing is fully resolved.

    I mean really fully resolved. The implications could take years to sort out. And he should stay there an attend the the Brits' problems. And then he should go to Norway and solve all their problems. And Luxembourg. And Bulgaria.

    Anywhere but here.