Tell Barack Obama We Don’t Like Him Anymore

November 7th, 2014 • iizthatiiz

After crushing defeats at the polls, a defiant Barack Obama gave Congress yet another ultimatum.  Either pass an immigration reform bill to his liking before the House recesses for the year, or he would take his ‘executive pen’ and grant status to millions of illegal immigrants.

It was just weeks ago that Obama told the American people that his policies were on the ballot.  “I am not on the ballot this fall”, the President said, “But make no mistake: These policies are on the ballot. Every single one of them”.

The American people have spoken, with Democrats across the nation falling like dominoes, but the President clearly intends to ignore their voice.  He even had the audacity to imply at Wednesday’s press conference that those who “didn’t vote” in the election supported his policies, giving himself further imaginary rational to impose his agenda on a nation.

In his messianic mind Obama believes that the bulk of this nation supports his agenda (even if they don’t vote).  He clearly is no longer connecting his policies with the actual ballot box, as votes have now been counted.

Maybe he is rationalizing “his mandate” by gazing at his Facebook page, where millions of “Likes” have accumulated over the past six years.  “Hey, the people still love me”, he tells himself.  “If they weren’t still with me, they surely would have ‘unliked’ me.”, he reasons.

But who backtracks on their Facebook account and ‘unlikes’ things they tire of?  Zillions of Americans who may have at one time ‘liked’ Obama clearly no longer do, as last Tuesdays election resoundingly demonstrated.  Feel free to take this opportunity to click this link, and tell Barack Obama that you don’t like him anymore.

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