Wednesday, June 17, 2009

For Now - Lay Off Obama

Over the past of couple of days, when I log on to Facebook, I keep seeing status updates annoyed with President Obama. I think some people need to take it easy on President Obama. At least for now.

Yes, I said it. Please stop the incessant whining and look at the facts.

President Obama has to clean up the mess George W. Bitch-Ass Bush made during his 8 years in office. And that's not just on gay rights. That also includes human rights overall, the economy, and international relations. George W. Bush screwed all that up, now Obama has to clean ALL OF THAT up. TO CLEAN UP SUCH A MESS IS NOT GOING TO HAPPEN OVERNIGHT, but all the whining I've been reading in some of those updates show themselves to be clueless of that fact. To act clueless of that shows you to exhibit the stereotypical gay behaviors of narcissism, selfishness, and immaturity. Immaturity, because you are lacking in the great virtue of PATIENCE.

My personal nature has me to be quite impatient, but I do bring myself to be patient when it is warranted. And now is such a time.

There will be a time limit as to when we can say, "OK, Mr. President, what are you going to do about this?"

But that time is not now. Obama has been in office for not even 6 months to clean George W's 96 months (8 years) of fuck-up on top of fuck-up.

With that in mind, if you can't find it in you to have the patience needed to give him a trial period, then you don't deserve the rights you are demanding. And with Pride month upon us, we should be showing better that we do deserve those rights.

This may not be a popular sentiment, but it had to be said.

2 comments:

  1. You're absolutely right. I'm sick of faggy bitches whining about DOMA and Don't Ask Don't Tell when the world is currently in melt-down. It's like a 5 year old complaining about not having a lollipop when the car is broken down by the side of the road. Not only are there more urgent issues right now, but there are tons of outstanding Bush-created issues too that he has to balance: the rebuilding of New Orleans, the US Oil Reserves, Healthcare.

    I'm sorry to say it, but Adam and Steve's right to register at Tiffany is a boom-time problem.

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  2. My apologies to anyone who was subjected to that last comment that I deleted. Someone behaving in the narcissistic manner I wrote about thought I was writing about them. Well to them and anyone who wants to think that post was SOLELY about them, let me inform you - to date I have about 340 friends on Facebook. So now you can imagine how many status updates I come across after logging on and off numerous timnes of the day. I will not cater to such narcissism be it from a friend, foe, or total stranger. Nor will I subject you my readers to it either. You came here to see my creation born out of the union between the world around me and my taking it in, and if people don't like that, that is their problem to deal with.

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I HIGHLY respect those willing to stand behind their comments with a name. So if you use "Anonymous" on a viewpoint that challenges mine, IT WILL BE DELETED for your cowardice to not show yourself makes your viewpoint and you irrelevant.

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