The Cult Of Obama Crumbles But …

Cult Leader Barack Obama Reads Teleprompter To His Zombies

But Obama and his clownish administration are still feverishly trying to recruit members — this time with a brand new website called AttackWatch.com, designed, according to national field director Jeremy Bird (of Obama for America) to “get the facts and Fight the smears…. [T]he site offers new resources to fight back, including policy issue pages that fact check statements by Obama’s Republican opponents with links to evidence to back them up.”

Sounds like a smart plan to me.

If, then, you’re aware of any anti-Obama rhetoric going on out there, I urge you to report it to the Obama thought police:

AttackWatch.com

Or if you prefer, you can tweet about it. In fact, last I heard, the tweets were coming in at a rate of about one every two seconds.

Here are a handful of them:

From DrFreeLance: “I saw a werewolf drinkin a pina colada at Trader Vic’s, and his hair was perfect.”

From chuckdevore (Republican state legislator in California): “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean a big majority of us isn’t out to get you…”

From EddieRobbins: “My neighbor removed his Obama bumper sticker. I think he’s a racist.”

From DickMeyers: “Bless me #AttackWatch for I have sinned. I have muttered naughty words about our Dear Leader 9 times & have doubted his divinity a few times”

From joaniekensil: “Ate refried beans & chips for breakfast which is sort of racist foodist – Carbon emissions to follow.”

From PoliticalGravity: “Saw a kid with a lemonade stand and she didn’t have a permit.”

From thorninaz: “Hey #attackwatch, I saw 6 ATM’s in an alley, killing a Job. It looked like a hate crime!”

And from the always excellent IowaHawkBlog: “#AttackWatch have you cried “uncle” yet? Because we can keep this up all f***in’ day.”

Most of these occurred within a two-minute time span.

Meanwhile, in related news, Michelle Obama is working hard to legislate what food our children are allowed to eat, because, as everyone knows, “you’re not free if you’re not healthy.” Darden Restaurants Inc., which was lucky enough to receive one of the coveted ObamaCare waivers (why you’d need or want a waiver for a piece of legislation as brilliant as Obama’s healthcare catastrophe is another subject for another time), has happily jumped onboard Michelle Obama’s nutritional campaign.



17 Comments

  • Dale

    September 16, 2011

    At first a skeptic, wishing we could speak of happy and good things, prosperity, how my neighbor bought a new Harley or we’re going to Maui for a couple weeks to spend a bonus, instead of hearing about more torpedo, corruption, like the Solyndra crime. I bit my lip and read it anyway.

    Thanks, Ray, nice assembly, good laugh, and hat’s off to those tweeters, giving Torpedo its own.

  • Questionman

    September 16, 2011

    “Hear a bad rumor about Obama? Report it to the White House!”

    Nah, just tell them to turn on a tv set and set it to faux news and they will have a complete daily roundup of all the lies and rumors spouted by the right-wingers against Obama and his family.
    If they can’t bear to listen to the screaming retards posing as news reporters on faux, they can look at drudge’s hysterical headline site for the same material.

    The cons are an inbred clan and they all spew the same verbal diarrhea that they get from their media pundits and idiot bloggers.

  • Ray

    September 17, 2011

    Yes, I know, Questionman: poor misunderstood Barack.

  • Jim Haneberg

    September 17, 2011

    Ray, I urge you to visit YouTube and watch “Attack Watch Commercial” posted by Misfitpolitics.

  • Ray

    September 18, 2011

    Hiya Jim. Thank you for the video recommendation. Here it is:

    It’s good to see you, friend. Thanks for dropping by.

  • Dale

    September 18, 2011

    Questionman: please save me!
    As a victim of faux news, I need your help.
    Please give one example of “faux news”: a specific story, date, time, and reporter. Identify which part of the story is false, and provide factual evidence to back that up.

    Or are you just a stupid liberal bigot that hates American sons of bitches like me? People that think your politicians should be bound by our constitution?
    There, there, go get a welfare check, you fucking freeloader.

  • Maura

    September 21, 2011

    Hilarious! I love the compilation of feedback which I’m sure the alert administration will analyze and deeply concentrate over to compile backhanded comments for their upcoming press functions. My favorite has to be the capitalist lemonade stand that didn’t register with the proper authorities: For shame… (shaking head side-to-side in utter disbelief of the state of our nation…) I guess the most appropriate question I would ask the current administration is: What is your definition of freedom? Apparently, we’re not seeing eye-to-eye and we need to seek mediation pronto!!
    Sincerely,
    Relationship in crisis

  • KJJ

    September 21, 2011

    It’s easy to point fingers at Obama because he is the face of office but remember he isn’t the only one making decisions, he’s lucky to get anything done.

    I am one of those people who think that GARBAGE food should be taxed more and healthy food be cheaper or not taxed at all. It would help people focus more on what they eat. We wouldn’t have some many over weight people if they couldn’t afford the garbage. And our children sure as hell wouldn’t be walking diseases if there were better choices out there.

    Sorry.. I just like to talk and share my opinion like everyone else.

    Like I said…it’s only my opinion.

  • Dale

    September 21, 2011

    KJJ, you sound so nice, but I must disagree.
    First, the tax code should be used for revenue, not to discriminate for or against anything, especially an arbitrary moral judgment.

    Take yours, for example:
    Your Moralizing Tripe: “It would help people focus more on what they eat. We wouldn’t have some many over weight people if they couldn’t afford the garbage. And our children sure as hell wouldn’t be walking diseases if there were better choices out there.”
    Your Act of DISCRIMINATION: “GARBAGE food should be taxed more and healthy food be cheaper or not taxed at all”

    So, if your are a liberal and have rationalized some morality for which you think discrimination is called for, you are proud and ready to use the force of government to see it done.
    Do I have that right?

    Or, can any of us identify Moralizing Tripe be allowed to discriminate? Try this:
    My Moralizing Tripe: “People should be allowed to keep what they earn, and not be forced to pay for liberal morality.”
    My Act of DISCRIMINATION: “Conservatives that disapprove of government programs can be exempt, allowed to succeed or fail, and not forced to pay for liberal Ponzi Schemes.”
    Whoops, the problem with my discrimination is that it allows someone to be free! Can’t have that, can we?

    Second, “he’s lucky to get anything done”. Oh, he got things done.
    Remember, ObamaCare on Christmas Eve, then using the infamous “Nuclear Option” because they lost Kennedy’s old seat?
    Remember, two years telling the formative Tea Party “back of the bus”?
    The problem is, he got things done. That’s what is destroying our country:
    Liberal “moral judgment” and “moral imperatives” that require government intervene and discriminate.
    The difference between liberal bigots and regular bigots is that liberal bigots don’t think their stubborn intolerance is bigotry.
    Let me summarize: quit using the government to impose your moral values on us via the tax code. It is discrimination, and we’re sick of it.

  • KJJ

    September 22, 2011

    Hi.

    I just believe our system is ass backwards and we will never see things the way they should be seen. Nobody will be treated equal, even when they deserve to be. Our children will grow up missing out on so much, not knowing what the true meaning of freedom or having a dream.

    Thank you for replying. Have a great day!

  • KJJ

    September 22, 2011

    Dale, hi.

    Thanks for saying something about what I wrote. I didn’t really see what I was saying as discriminating until you pointed it out. Sorry for that but.. I am a mother who sees my son’s future wrapped up in corporations making bank not giving a rats ass about what they put on the shelves for people’s temptations, paying doctors to put children on drugs as young as 2 diagnosing them with Bipolar, insurance companies/hospitals charging an arm and leg making it a difficult choice whether or not to go.

    My issue is the money and the ridiculous amount a handful of people have and they cry because they have to pay extra taxes. All of the money that those companies make could be put to better use.

    Again sorry, only my opinion but at least what I say won’t make a difference because I’m one of those little people out there in a corporate world.

  • Greg

    September 22, 2011

    KJJ,

    Speaking of “not knowing the true meaning of freedom”, a wise man once said, “Everyone believes in freedom — until everyone finds out what freedom actually means. Then almost no one believes in it.”

    Truer words have never been spoken.

  • Nick

    September 22, 2011

    That’s a fairly accurate quote.

  • Ray

    September 22, 2011

    Fairly accurate? It’s right on the nipple, and I thank you for that, Greg.

  • Greg

    September 22, 2011

    Ray,

    I was going to paraphrase but took the extra 10 minutes searching rayharvey.org to get the accurate quote. I copy/pasted the first sentence under the post, “Legalizing Drugs”.

  • Dale

    September 23, 2011

    KJJ, sorry for my harsh tone, and no need to apologize for expressing an opinion.

    I understand your sentiment that corporate executives pay themselves well, specifically in what we agree is unfair disproportion.
    Getting government involved only gets the exact opposite result of what you want. I work in the corporate world, live with what you describe, have for years.
    As long as the executives are in charge of their business and how it compensates, no amount of taxing them is going to keep them from their compensation.
    Let’s say my CEO makes $3M salary a year, pays $1M in taxes on that now. The government moralizes this is not right, discriminates with the tax code so that now my CEO must pay $1.5M taxes. Okay, he gives himself a $.5M raise, pays the tax, and announces to employees that they can no longer afford our bonus program.
    Been there, seen that.

    Now, rather than try to devise a better mousetrap for government to spring in its effort to right a wrong that is not really a wrong and none of their business, I would say do just the opposite.
    First, change the tax code to be flat and fair, or better yet a national sales tax IN PLACE OF income taxes, so now what we make is none of the government’s business.
    Second, quit using government to dictate, regulate, moralize, and discriminate. That means e.g. WE regulate the EPA, and let business loose, develop oil, natural gas, and nuclear power at a minimum. Ray’s elegant summary: “Leave Us Alone”
    Under this theory, people will be motivated to start businesses and innovate, because, for one, it’ll be possible again, and be allowed to benefit from their effort (profit). When businesses must compete to provide the best service or product and attract customers, they need to pay better to attract the best employees.
    Now, my CEO must offer me a career path, bonuses, stock options, better vacation, etc. And, he can afford to, because the government is not discriminating against him, robbing him based on incited envy hatred and jealousy, aka class warfare, Torpedo’s favorite tool.
    I have also seen this environment. Much more fun and exciting.

  • Micky

    September 24, 2011

    “All of the money that those companies make could be put to better use.”

    Good grief

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