"Let me be clear about this..." ~Barack Obama
Apparently our Harvard-educated President got so "wee-wee'd up" during his Labor Day speech that he felt compelled to stray from his "prepared remarks", in order to deliver some more Obama-slang that will again befuddle most English-speaking people:
"They talk about me like a dog."
["They talk about me like a dog. That's not in my prepared remarks, but it's true." (???)]
Our Leader then provided some hyperbolic remarks concerning the mean "obstructionist" Republicans who oppose his irrational economic proposals.
The ObamaZombies in the audience---who apparently still feel a tingle run up their leg from hearing him speak---laughed, applauded, and cheered at his ridiculous campaign-mode rhetoric concerning the color of the sky and the living habits of fish.
I assume his sycophants would have reacted just as enthusiastically if he'd said the following, instead:
"If I said the sky is green...they'd say 'NO.'
If I said fish live in the trees...they'd say 'NO'."
What our President, and his "useful-idiots", don't seem to grasp is that when a radical ideologue proposes a cure that is worse than the (perceived) disease, then it behooves every rational, patriotic, American to stand-up and debate it.
When Our President proposes massive spending programs that fly in the face of reason---based upon a rational understanding of economics and history---then the appropriate response of thinking Americans is to say "no, let's look at other options"; rather than to simply take another gulp of "progressive" Kool-Aid.
Despite the claims being made by campaigning Obamacrats that Republicans don't have any solutions to the country's current economic problems, Republicans and conservatives been proposing viable solutions all along.
The problem is that the complicit, left-leaning mass media has not been giving Republican solutions the same kind of fawning coverage that they've given (and continue to give) to the Obamacrat Regime.