When you are afraid to talk to school kids on the record…

Posted: January 25, 2010 by datechguy in baseball, opinion/news
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then you have no business being president.

If you think his political foes are sensing weakness, imagine what America’s foes are thinking?

Let’s say it out loud, the voters and the media who supported President Obama in the primary election without question or challenge, did so because they were enamored with the idea of electing the first Black president. They didn’t care about his record. They defined him based on their own hopes concerning race. (In the general election that made a lot of difference too, but Bush fatigue and McCain’s mistakes concerning the bailout provided the final edge.)

Now he is in office and people are getting buyers remorse. What did they expect?

The problem with Barack Obama is the reality of what he is: an inexperienced Chicago machine poll who governs and reacts as such! Of COURSE he is failing as president.

Those who rushed to support him should have considered this: There is a reason why Jackie Robinson integrated baseball and Choo Choo Coleman didn’t.

President Obama with all due respect, you’re no Jackie Robinson.

I’ll still pray for him and hope he improves in office, but I don’t have high hopes.

Update: The White House counters

Update 2: Carville today:

Democrats would not be playing the blame game with one another for the loss or for the healthcare debacle if they had only pointed fingers at those (or in this case, the one) who put Americans (and most of the world) in the predicament we’re in: George W. Bush.

Blame Bush. Good Plan!

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Comments
  1. Mike says:

    As a Red Sox fan, shouldn’t you use Pumpsie Green instead of Choo Choo Coleman?

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  3. The nephew says:

    Choo Choo Coleman was 10 years old in 1947 of course he couldn’t break the color barrier, it was already broken by the time he arrived in the league.
    DaTechGuy wouldn’t have been wise to use the Red Sox in this example because they were the last team to integrate a black player.