By John W. Lillpop
How does he do it?
Think about: Barack Hussein Obama has a full plate, and then some, loaded with carrots, celery, cottage cheese, plain lettuce, and fat-free yogurt if his less-than-svelte wife has her way.
Spice is added to Barack’s life only by destroying the best health-care system on the planet in favor a Marxist health-care system that the majority of Americans, including labor unions and young people, simply detest.
His plate is also loaded with plans for a war against Syria which, much like Obamacare, no body but BHO favors; he oversees a wretched economy which continues to evade recovery; a nearly $17 trillion dollar deficit which, when half that amount in 2006, prompted then- Senator Obama to attack the Bush administration as irresponsible and unpatriotic for proposing to raise the debt ceiling; and of course, Obama works non-stop to keep the government shutdown with a keen eye on the 2014 elections and his dream of returning Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House where she can complete the Marxist conquest of America.
With all of that, plus several “phony scandals” to manage, The One barely has enough time to work on the outrageous daily lies needed to promote the ill-conceived Obama Care.
Still, whenever BHO finds a spare moment or two available, he always manages to weigh in on an issue to whet the appetites of low information voters and Democrat politicians alike.
Namely, racial politics.
BHO’s latest racial canard involves the earth-shattering question of whether or not the Washington football team should be allowed to call themselves “Red Skins,” as they have done for the past 80 years.
As reported at the reference, BHO comes down on the side of finding racial abuse and discrimination wherever it can be found, or, if need be, fabricated:
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama says he would "think about changing" the Washington Redskins' name if he owned the football team as he waded into the controversy involving a word that many consider offensive to Native Americans.
Obama, in an interview with The Associated Press, said team names such as the Redskins offend "a sizable group of people." He said that while fans get attached to the names, nostalgia may not be a good enough reason to keep them in place.
"I don't know whether our attachment to a particular name should override the real legitimate concerns that people have about these things," he said in the interview, which was conducted Friday.
An avid sports fan, Obama said he doesn't think Washington football fans are purposely trying to offend American Indians. "I don't want to detract from the wonderful Redskins fans that are here. They love their team and rightly so," he said.
But the president appeared to come down on the side of those who have sharply criticized the football team's name, noting that Indians "feel pretty strongly" about mascots and team names that depict negative stereotypes about their heritage.
Other professional sports teams have Indian names, including football's Kansas City Chiefs and baseball's Atlanta Braves and Cleveland Indians.”
Meanwhile, as BHO ponders the imponderable impact of the Red Skins moniker on the fragile psyches of millions of ultra-sensitive and innocent Americans, the nation continues to fall into the abyss of third-world dysfunction and decline.
Just to cool the rhetoric a bit, perhaps Red Skins should be re-named to match Obama’s unique sensitivity and concern for others?
How about the “Washington Special Olympians,” sir?