Sunday, October 4, 2009

The "Racists" Comment Abotut The Failed Obama Olympic Bid


Tom Degan's Daily Rant said...

The right wing is positively giddy that the United States will not be hosting the Olympics. Seriously, has it dawned on you yet how utterly despicable these people are? I was just wonderin'.

The main goal of the GOP these days is to insure that President Obama's administration is a complete and utter failure. They want to see as many Americans as possible suffer in the next three years, thus, ensuring that they will be able to seize control of the executive branch in 2013. If the president succeeds in making life better for his countrymen and women, they fail. It's as simple as that. Mitch McConnell, to his credit, always looks quite uncomfortable when he is forced to justify policies as atrocious as those being put forward these days by that hideous party. But Cantor always has a serene, angelic smile on his face whenever he is forced to defend the morally indefensible - sort of like last week, at a Town Hall meeting when he told a woman whose mortally ill relative had been left bankrupt by her medical bills that she should rely on charity. He seemed so content with himself. Quite strange really.

Tom Degan
Goshen, NY

Constructive Feedback said...

IF your goal was to insure that people viewed this as "America's Bid" THEN why didn't you speak about the politicization that was seen by various Democrats:

1) Barack Obama speaking to the Chicago Bid Committee (A NON-PARTISAN GROUP): "Just as the 2016 Olympics in Chicago are underway I will be FINISHING UP MY SECOND TERM AS PRESIDENT" - LOUD CHEERS

2) Rhalm Emanuel - I will insure that all critics get front row seats at the Olympics in Chicago

3) Obama: "Having the Olympics in Chicago would show the restoration of America's commitment to the principles of goodwill to the rest of the world" (something to this effect)

4) Senator Burris - "The reason why we didn't win is because of the past 8 years"

5) Jesse Jackson - "We lost because we didn't sign Kyoto and we Lied our way into Iraq".

Tom Degan - you PRETEND that this had no political undertones to it. You NEED to look at the main forces who inserted politics into it.

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