We swear we did not know he was black. We swear we thought he was completely naked. We figured almost immediately he was an Obama supporter.
Here’s what happened: we saw a small headline story on DrudgeReport about “…a shirtless man wielding a 35-inch-long samurai sword”. The man was “marching” along Interstate 65 in Indiana without a shirt on (that must have triggered those vile “naked” thoughts in our naughty minds) “like a drum major, holding the sword, moving it up and down in rhythm with his marching cadence.”
We figured almost immediately the marching sword guy was an Obama supporter because:
“At the Lake County, Ind. jail, the offender announced he was “Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs,” state police said.”
Cuckoo! Cuckoo! That to us was proof positive of an Obama supporter. Only later did we discover the Cuckoo guy is black (there was a picture of him in another linked story). Considering the large percentage of black voters that voted for Obama (or supported but did not vote) our guess is statistically sound. But we could be wrong.
The “cuckoo” guy might have been one of many Hillary Clinton supporters or for that matter a John McCain supporter – driven into cuckoo land by President Zero’s maddening boobery.
But the cuckoo guy is not the point of our discussion today. We did not soil our lovely Labor Day tribute yesterday with with a discussion of Jimmy Hoffa and his remarks introducing President Zero. Recall what happened:
“Via Breitbart TV, this is Labor Day the way it should be — with a guy named Hoffa threatening his political enemies while a union-stooge Democratic leader sits by and smiles. Honestly, I can’t decide how seriously to take him. On the one hand, this sort of salty tough-guy “we don’t take sh*t from no one” garbage is par for the course for labor leaders when addressing the rank and file, and all the more so when it’s the head of the Teamsters speaking. Sure, he makes $300,000 a year on the backs of his working-class constituents, but he knows conservatives are sons of bitches so his “authenticity” is secure. Plus he’s a Hoffa; this sort of rhetoric may be congenital. On the other hand, so filthy was the the left’s demagoguery of the right’s “tone” after the Giffords shooting that this sort of verbal excess by one of their own will never, ever be allowed to pass again without their faces being ground in it. So here you go. Start grinding, please.
A Twitter pal argued that this could have been a “Sistah Souljah moment” for Obama if he had challenged Hoffa on what he said. Interesting point, but I think O had other priorities today — like, for instance, noting how “proud” he is of Hoffa and other union leaders.”
So with a $300,000 salary Hoffa does the Scarface routine and threatens to take SOBs out.
We sorta like union tough guys who swagger but we thought it was the new golden age and this was not supposed to happen. So never mind all that. It’s not a surprise that Obama hangs with thugs – didn’t we write that sometime in 2007? Scratch a top Obama supporter, find a thug.
What is more interesting is the Big Media reaction. Joe Scarborough had this to say early today:
“Host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Joe Scarborough repeatedly asked why the media is ignoring Jimmy Hoffa’s violent rhetoric at an event yesterday where President Obama was also a speaker.
“Seriously, we talk, we criticize Republicans all the time when they come out, Michele Bachmann says horrible things or Sarah Palin has targets and all the press joins in and it’s a big old party, but you have the head of the Teamsters introducing the President of the United States and he talks about quote ‘taking them out.’ Silence. Not a word. And you know, every media outlet — actually Jake Tapper, [of] ABC News did something on it, but nobody else,” Scarborough said.
Toward the end of the clip New York Magazine’s John Heilemann said the President should “call out” Jimmy Hoffa.”
Joe Scarborough is wondering where Big Media is and why the story is being covered up. That’s true but apologist. What Joe Scarborough should be denouncing is that Barack Obama said nothing the moment Hoffa finished the Obama introduction.
It won’t be good enough if eventually Obama has released a statement about civility or something. The question is why didn’t Obama say something at the moment. Wasn’t Obama the guy who puffed his chest and said he would tell unpleasant truths to people? So why didn’t Obama say something when it mattered?
Why didn’t Obama denounce Hoffa’s remarks at the time in mattered and in front of the people who heard the threats? Years ago Bill Clinton had his famous Sista Soulja confrontation in which he denounced her remarks “If black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people?”
Sista Soulja made her ugly remarks one day before Bill Clinton spoke at Jesse Jackson’s political group and Bill Clinton did what he needed to do. Bill Clinton was denounced by race-baiters of course.
Speaking of denouncations, where is Obama when Soulja Boy insults American troops?
Soulja Boy (isn’t the use of “boy” racist?) is one of those naked Obama supporters who exposes himself for what he is.
James Hoffa is an Obama supporter who exposes himself for what he is. Barack Obama by feathering his nest with such supporters exposes himself for what he is. What he is is not very pretty.