By Jim Campbell
February 1, 2016
The big eared jumoke promised to hang around Washington to make sure his legacy is kept intact. (Jumoke, a low land gorilla.)
Why he would want to do that, only he would know.
“Obama warned that he would speak out if he determined there was “systematic discrimination being ratified in some fashion,” or if the press was mistreated (in a manner similar to how his Department of Justice targeted reporters, perhaps), or if his executive actions on immigration were repealed.
Basically, Obama told the press to expect his return sooner rather than later. Few guessed, though, that sooner meant just 11 days.
In a statement released by Obama’s spokesman, Kevin Lewis, the former president warned that “American values are at stake”—an indirect reference to President Donald Trump’s executive actions on refugees…..”
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“Obama’s statement is an effort to craft a narrative (seven countries does not the Islamic world make, and no one has challenged Trump’s executive order on the basis that it discriminates against an entire religion).
It is also, though, an attempt to thwart a damaging political realization from taking root in the Democratic subconscious.
“Obama, once the most powerful man on earth, was reduced in his final days in office to drumming up enthusiasm for state assembly races.
Today, when he should be focusing on building his library and serving as a sagacious ambassador to the world, he lowers himself to offer a muted and impotent burble of opposition to his successor.
He will posture and preen and do whatever he can to make sure the Democratic Party’s next leader is cast in his mold.
So long as Obama can fill the silence, Democrats won’t have time to reflect on HIS FAILED legacy.
When they finally do, Obama won’t appreciate many of the conclusions they reach.”