Today, The One’s TelePrompTer bragged about the brand new hard drive installed in his system. Well, even the newest of upgrades won’t improve the message if The One goes off the sweetness and light script and reverts to his default setting of hardnosed Chicago thug. Barry is showing a little worse for wear in the “three yards and a cloud of dust” grind that has defined the health care debate. Evidently he’s getting a bit weary of the average American people showing up at town halls across the country and telling his bought and paid for congressmen exactly what they think about Team Obama’s plan to shove socialized medicine down their throats.

During a campaign stop to buttress the non-existent support for Virginia’s democratic gubernatorial candidate Creigh Deeds, who currently lags behind republican candidate Bob McDonnell by double digits. I don’t know if Deeds will invite The One back across the Potomac if he continues to go off prompter with his wishes for the “opposition”. Put simply, Barry doesn’t want to debate the differences in opinion regarding his health care plan. He’s not interested in anything the opposition has to say despite his history of complaining about a lack of debate during past administrations. In fact, The One would much rather the other side simply shut up and got out of the way.

Go here and listen to The One for yourself.

Thus saith The One:

But I don’t want the folks who created the mess to do a lot of talking. I want them to get out of the way so we can clean up the mess. I don’t mind cleaning up after them, but don’t do a lot of talking.

I don’t know about you, but a counter argument of “SHUT UP AND GETOUT OF THE WAY!” doesn’t carry a whole lot of weight with me. I tend to dig in and fire back if for no other reason than to heighten the annoyed factor of my opponent. This is especially fun with liberals who have nothing but the White House/DNC provided talking points.

His marching orders to his gang of ACORN nuts and union thugs, along with the Congressional Jackass Caucus, is to “push back twice as hard”.

Yeah. Well, good luck with that, Barry. Pushing back twice as hard against a stone wall doesn’t make it crumble.

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