Monday, October 12, 2009

Gays Shocked to Learn That Obama is a Politician

Via Memeorandum:

And for a sign of how seriously the White House does or doesn’t take this opposition, one adviser told me today those bloggers need to take off their pajamas, get dressed and realize that governing a closely divided country is complicated and difficult.

Those words seem to have some Gay Activists upset;

It doesn't matter why this behavior is occurring, really. What one has to
take away from this message, naturally not attributed to anyone at the WH --
cowards -- is that bloggers are messing up their playbooks. And the answer is to
diminish what influence we have -- it's limited at best. You have to ask why is
this paranoid, juvenile message getting tossed out there. All those big brains
in the White House and the best they can do is to bring up the hoary pajama

.....So which Barack Obama is it -- the one who said to challenge him,
or a fragile flower that panders to LGBTs then has a coward source backstab? To
me the WH has just declared war on us after a wine and dine with the right kind
of LGBTs that don't make trouble for them. Someone has to answer to this.

Or do I just need to fold my hands in my pajama-clad, Cheetos-stained
lap like a good homo?

You know what I say? Welcome to my world. Seriously. What that “anonymous advisor” wanted to say was, bend over and take it like a good little taxpaying constituent. I know because that is the line we Conservatives have been hearing from Republican officials after we elect them for two decades. Do you really think that the Tea Party movement is based on racism? Nope, it is the culmination of years of broken promises from politicians who when running offer up the sun and moon, feel your pain and take your donation and then once elected tell you to go pound sand.

News flash my gay friends-Obama isn’t the Messiah, he’s a politician. What are you going to do about it?

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