This week, Our Little Dictator spoke before another crowd of know-nothings and dunderheads at St. George's Community College in Largo, Maryland, and the human cattle in attendance cheered and laughed as he mocked his GOP opponents.
The narcissist-in-chief made fun of his Republican opponents, and at the same time, ridiculed them for dismissing wind and solar power, bio fuels, AND he also said that they were ALL against better fuel standards. He failed to mention his secret weapon, algae.
Like an eight-year-old playground bully, the president childishly ripped on the loyal opposition, and told one whopper after another.
"I guess they like their gas guzzlers," he sneered. "We're trying to work towards the future, they want to be stuck in the past".
Yeah, Bozo, That's want we want....to be stuck in the past.
"We've heard this kind of thinking before. If some of these folks were around when Columbus set sail, they would have not believed that the world was round. They must have been members of The Flat Earth Society".
None of Professor Obama's Ivy League theories work in the real world, so now this obnoxious, petulant child can only lash out and try to sound professorial while speaking to his libtard base. Some might wonder why he won't release his college transcript. Judging by this speech, he must've sucked at history.
O.L.D.U.S. also suggested that these Republican bumpkins would have agreed with those who said that television wouldn't last or that the automobile was "only a fad". He knows this because he has an electric car that travels through time.
Not satisfied with lying about the current slate of GOP Presidential hopefuls, he also told a weird whopper about former President Rutherford B. Hayes. The former President died a long time ago, so he couldn't defend himself.
During the harangue, someone fainted. Apparently, a lot of Obama supporters do not get enough oxygen in their brain. I wonder if these libtards were there because their remedial English teacher told them to go to this rally, then write a paper.
An Obama aide must have made the decision to get him off the stage before he could start joking about how the Republicans would've been involved with the Salem Witch Trials, or that most Republicans are holocaust deniers.