Thoughts on the Inauguration

Posted by DarthDilbert at 1/21/2009 01:00:00 PM

The poem by Elizabeth Alexander reminded me of works found in a second grade writing class in the worst of government schools. It was as if someone was reading the lyrics of a Bruce Springsteen song, or other similar drivel.

As for the benediction from the Joseph Lowery, it seems that the Messiah Lord Barack Obama's pastor Jeremiah Right was unavailable. The opening of his supposed prayer when he says that he looks to work for the day when "Black will not be asked to get in back." Where does this supposedly take place any longer? I'm sure that if it were still happening that Al Sharpton and his band of race pimps would be advocating yet another boycott.

Finally, the speech by the Messiah Lord Barack Hussein Obama (the most merciful) was interesting to say the least. The first glaring error was when he stated in the second paragraph of his speech that "Forty-four Americans have now taken the presidential oath". Grover Cleveland first took the oath as President on 4 March 1885. In 1888 he was defeated by Benjamin Harrison who succeeded him as President on 4 March 1889. In 1892 however, he won the office of President again and took the oath for a second time on 4 March 1893. So by Cleveland taking the oath a second time, Obama wasn't the forty-fourth American to "have now taken the presidential oath."

His next error was when he stated that his administration will "roll back the specter(sic) of a warming planet." Barry, didn't you get the memo? We're in a cooling period. That's OK, I'm sure in between sermons by Wright claiming the CIA was responsible for AIDS and that America was responsible for the 9/11 attacks he overlooked this even though he stated as well that he would "restore science to its rightful place."

Finally, I saw two segments of his speech that seemed to summarize his spirit of hope and change. I saw him warn his fellow democRATs to repent from their ways when he said to them "To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history; but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist." Those that should heed those words are his fellow democRATS at the center of the scandal surrounding Freddie Mac/Fannie May: Maxine Waters, Gregory Meeks, Lacy Clay, Barney Frank, and Christopher Dodd -- just to name a few.

The second gave the impression that he has turned away from his pro-murder pro-abortion stance, and reversed his stand on the issue. He said "for those who seek to advance their aims by inducing terror and slaughtering innocents, we say to you now that our spirit is stronger and cannot be broken; you cannot outlast us, and we will defeat you." Who could best be described as the most innocent of us than the unborn who he has endorsed the murder of up until now.

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