Barack Obama: Inside the Mind of a Genius

Admit it: you find it curiously comforting to see that neither time nor age nor experience has taught Obama anything: he remains as politically-economically brilliant as he always was.

But perhaps over the last seven or so years you’ve not been able to hear him over the noise of his propaganda machine.

Well, just yesterday, he had a great many people shaking their heads when he told an audience of Argentinian youths that there’s no real difference between communism and capitalism and that they should just “choose from what works.”

“So often in the past there has been a division between left and right, between capitalists and communists or socialists, and especially in the Americas, that’s been a big debate,” Obama said.

“Those are interesting intellectual arguments, but I think for your generation, you should be practical and just choose from what works. You don’t have to worry about whether it really fits into socialist theory or capitalist theory. You should just decide what works.”

He went on to laud Communist Cuba and their dictatorial regime, which is such a socialist paradise that each year a great many Cuban people are willing to risk 100 miles of shark-infested waters just to get the hell out of there.

(Note to dems: please tell me again how no serious democratic today still actually admires the Castros. Tell me again how “backward” the Republicans are.)

Obama concluded his lecture by arguing that a market-based system “has to have a social and moral and ethical and community basis.”

Barack Obama, ladies and gentleman: one little glimpse inside the mind of a genius.


  • Dave

    April 13, 2016

    Dearest Ray, funny you continue to call the guy who bailed out the auto industry a socialist. But whatever. A few days before the speech you are referencing appeared, The President was in Cuba with 39 CEOS who can’t wait to do business with 11 million Cubans. He gave a speech there–right in castro’s unpleasant and perplexed face, about the virtues on the free market. Isn’t that odday behavior, even by your standards, for a closet socialist? I guess you missed that, what with you dog mask on and your britches pulled asunder. That’s why you need me.

  • Ray

    April 14, 2016

    “funny you continue to call the guy who bailed out the auto industry a socialist.”

    Is that supposed to be ironic, or are you actually that drunk confused?

    But, whatever.

    Thank you for dropping by.

  • Dave

    April 14, 2016

    Dear Dog,

    Sorry, I was a little tipsy when I penned that note. Forgive me.

    So, what role exactly should the government play in the economy? They print the money and set interest rates. They regulate banks. They basically underwrite home ownership in America through Fannie and Freddy. You might poo-poo all of this, as you are want to do. If they didn’t at least print money I’d have to buy my Old Fashions with shells and buckskins. Or would you have us go back to gold, and the trading of women and daughters? How would I pay for my dainty drinks at your establishment, the CSU professors coming and going like rain showers, the over-stuffed booths, the silent industry of glass-polishing? How would I live the fabulous life i live without money?

    Do you think that Bush and Obama should have let GM fail? What would have been the outcome, Dog? Numbers are squishy right now, but most of that money was paid back. I didn’t like the bailout, but I didn’t see what else we could do. If you invest, as do I, you’d see that one of the bright spots of the stock market in recent years has been the auto industry. You might say it’s no big deal, but that industry alone IS a big deal.

    And why would a closet socialist fly down to Cuba with 39 CEOs? Why would CEOs from big American companies go anywhere with a Neo-leninist? Answer this question and I’ll buy you a flea collar. Your theory that The President is a socialist is tired and , really, just troll bait.

  • Ray

    April 14, 2016

    “Do you think that Bush and Obama should have let GM fail?”


    It’s called creative destruction.

    Now have another glass of wine and beclown yourself again.

  • Dave

    April 15, 2016

    “Beclown yourself” says the poet in a pig suit.

  • Ray

    April 16, 2016

    … with a straight face.

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