Elitist President Obama Back To Familiar “Bitter Clinger” Remarks Ridiculing The “Blue Collar” Middle Class…

Some things just happen with serendipitous timing.  In an interview broadcast on NPR today President Obama taps into his elitist ideology while he ridicules the national anxiety felt by middle class workers. Obama pontificates that “blue collar workers” are influenced by cultural and socioeconomic change the insufferable sloths are unfamiliar with.

However, this happens at the exact moment the republican frontrunner shows up in the heart of Michigan’s union country – drawing a packed audience over 9,000 mostly blue collar voting workers who stood in the cold and rain to attend a Trump Rally.

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You could not time a more damaging contrast than presidential candidate Donald Trump rallying with thousands of middle-class patriotic Americans, while the Democrat President of the country pokes them in the eye and heads off to Hawaii for a golf-filled Christmas vacation.  No, really, you just can’t make this stuff up.

This contrast is the stuff Democrat Nightmares are made of.

(Washington Times ) […]  In an interview with NPR, the president said Mr. Trump’s campaign is benefiting from frustration among Republicans, particularly male voters who are reacting to an increasingly multicultural society. He told reporter Steve Inskeep that “demographic change,” flat wages and the influence of technology have resulted in many blue-collar men being unable to support their families on a single paycheck.

“You combine those things, and it means that there is going to be potential anger, frustration, fear,” Mr. Obama said. “Some of it justified but just misdirected. I think somebody like Mr. Trump is taking advantage of that. That’s what he’s exploiting during the course of his campaign.”

The president’s analysis was reminiscent of his comments in 2008, when he blamed economically disadvantaged voters who were “bitter” and “cling to guns or religion” for his poor showing among small-town Pennsylvanians in the Democratic primary.

In the interview with NPR, Mr. Obama said blue-collar male factory workers “have had a lot of trouble in this new economy, where they are no longer getting the same bargain that they got when they were going to a factory and able to support their families on a single paycheck.”  (read more)

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118 Responses to Elitist President Obama Back To Familiar “Bitter Clinger” Remarks Ridiculing The “Blue Collar” Middle Class…

  1. Kaiser Roll says:

    It never occurs inside the mind of Obama, that perhaps our grievances could be met with assistance rather than snobbery. There is no mountain of “green jobs” awaiting the blue-collar masses, just a horde of Third World laborers with no loyalty to the traditional America.

    The left has been waging demographic warfare since 1965, and has been denying that it is doing so. At least Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, had the dignity to inform us that it was war. The Anti-American Left and the Corporate Right have no such magnanimity.

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      Blue Collar masses needs to crack some Union members heads.

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        That strategy has failed the GOP in 2012. Many in the Midwest take even minor limitations on public sector compensation, as a direct threat to their family’s existence. Romney’s failure to win Ohio in ’12 was in part due to John Kasich’s SB5 failure.

        While the union leadership in DC is Marxist, members in the Midwest don’t care as long as the checks keep coming. The only way the GOP has succeeded is to pass right-to-work, which causes one big amount of union backlash, followed by the drying up of campaign donations to the left.

        Winning these states means that you have to adopt a more economically moderate stance. Trading marginally higher oil profits for everything else (thanks Paul Ryan), is a definite way to lose.

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        • Veritas says:

          Well then union members in the Midwest are a doomed breed. One can see workers in the South rejecting unions and getting jobs. Must be something in the water in the Midwest that makes people really, really smart.

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      • 1harpazo says:

        I’m a union member of the oldest union and have never voted for the recommendations of the union leaders. In 38 years of union membership, I have never prospered at the hands of the Democrat politicians. There are many rank and file union members who vote the same way. If you want to crack heads, start at the top and work down to the local level officers. By the way, the taxes sucked from hard-working blue collar union workers are what keep a good part of this country going. We are the dwindling middle class.

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    • americalsgt says:

      I grew up in Western Pennsylvania and remember when J & L. B & W and Sheet and Tube over in Youngstown closed. People still make steel; just not Americans. Obama’s snotty remark that the people from the part of the country haven’t gotten with the program and reeducated is nonsense. Reeducate for what? There is nothing wrong with the people there and their intelligence, and they are quite capable of spotting Obama for the phony that he is. For 40 years these people have been lied to by politicians about bringing the jobs back in order to get their vote. Now they don’t need their votes as PA is covered with the inner city takers voting machine. Damn right they are pissed. If Obama was half as smart as the claims to be, he would note that the people he insults from Western PA are the descendants of David Bradford who had no fear in standing up to the government.

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      • peachteachr says:

        You are part of what is right about America. Don’t let the socialist in chief confuse you. The democrats are about to be hit hard by the hands that fed them, union workers. I believe there will be a huge cross-over vote if the pubs don’t mess up our nominating system in order to keep their their own little piece of Utopia.

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    • knotpeesea says:

      people are frustrated that a guy who cannot change a tire on a car, rides a mountain bike with a gay helmet on with pegged 80’s mom jeans, cannot throw a baseball better than a girl who doesn’t play sports, crosses his legs like a female, makes fun of people who drive pick-up trucks, has a wife who controlls him, and does whatever his female handler/brain makes him say and do and projects weakness to the rest of the world and constantly f*cks up everything he touches- they are frustrated because this guy is the guy who is supposed to be the representative of this country and people. its pathetic and people are fed up when the boss has no clue what they are doing, in the real world people stop working for the boss and there is mutiny. right now there is cold-anger mutiny in the usa against obama and the dc machine led by Mr. Trump!

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  2. emet says:

    Mr. Obama has no idea what it is like to try to put the bread on the table, as jobs are being exported and wages driven down by illegal alien labor. And instead of helping, he offers sympathy for their frustration.

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    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      Obama has never wanted, let alone worked for living.

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      • Dixie says:

        and he’s never offered sympathy either as he is too self-centered and a most disingenuous president who has never been connected to the people, only his own ideology. But that certainly hasn’t kept him from spending our money in a flaunting manner.

        He has a rude awakening coming……..

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      • rashamon says:

        Odd you should mention the O’s fabulous resume. This week The Reader, a Chicago weekly, recalls the problems of Altgeld Gardens on the south side. This was where the brilliant community organizer started, and the place remains a hell hole.

        He also joined Bill Ayres to improve schools with a million dollar matching grant from the Annenberg Foundation; those schools still graduate illiterate students, and his appointment of Arne Duncan has simply brought the same bad plans to all the states. His Motor Voter campaign succeeded; we now have thousands of illegals and undereducated able to both drive and vote.

        After getting his law license, he lectured on social justice, a problem fabricated by his professor at Harvard, Charles Ogletree. This is not law, folks, this is learning how to whine one’s way through our social fabric labeling your opponents racists. How’s that worked in Ferguson? Boston? Baltimore? Chicago? Ft. Hood? Syria, for that matter?

        Then he became the water boy for Democratic operatives to enter the Illinois senate where he voted as instructed. Enough said. Bye, bye, bye, ‘Bama.

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        • MTeresa says:

          What an excellent recap of his “legacy” prior to his becoming president. Can you imagine what we will be looking at on a National scale? How this can be turned around is beyond me.

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      • smiley says:

        and his mission is to punish those Americans who do.
        he should get the award for Promoting Perpetual Despair.

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  3. Buck Weaver says:

    I thought we were on vacation from him. Go away.

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  4. Martin says:

    Only 396 days and counting……..

    Liked by 1 person

    • Dems B. Dcvrs says:

      Plenty of time for McConell and Ryan to stab We the People in backs, over and over again. These two backstabbers are likely to repeal XXII Amendment, without States…

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  5. Dems B. Dcvrs says:

    “You could not time a more damaging …”

    You have to look at this from Obama’s perspectives:
    1) He don’t give a flip
    2) He is thumbing his nose and poking Americans in eye
    3) He knows nobody is going to jack about it

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    • Linden says:

      His entire term has consisted of one continually erect middle finger to the traditional American middle class. The middle finger to the middle class. Read DW Ulsterman’s “Race Wars”, and you can see his plan for 2016 and beyond. Terrifying…

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    • Veritas says:

      I don’t know about that. The Israelies have a long memory. After what he’s done to them I wouldn’t want to be in Barrack’s shoes when he’s no longer surrounded by an army of Secret Service types. Accidents just seem to happen to people who cross some folks.

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  6. Honest Abbey says:

    Blue Collar Workers Vote Democrat.

    Angry Blue Collar Workers Don’t Vote.

    Totally Ticked Off Blue Collar Workers Vote TRUMP!!

    This is what happens when you bite the hand that feeds you.

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    • John Galt says:

      “The fight for manufacturing is the fight for America’s future.”
      Obozo, October 2008

      Unfortunately, Obozo didn’t mention that he would be fighting for the other side.

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  7. facebkwallflower says:

    Yeah, you are correct, Mr. Prezodidn’t. But you left off the rest of President Trump’s supporters who feel the same way: Middle class professionals, business owners, masters and phd holders, upper class, black, Latino, old, young, and WOMEN who you are not going to sway away from Trump by trying to Alysnski supporters as chauvanist racists pigs ..THERE IS NO DIVISION FOR ALL THESE AMERICANS WHO ARE GOING TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN..

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  8. facebkwallflower says:

    There is an undercurrent of classic Barry taunting going on in this latest interview; taunting CTH’s ‘cold anger’.

    Liked by 3 people

    • allhail2 says:

      Last time a guy did that pointy finger taunting thing to a friend of mine, much smaller guy physically, he had to learn to write with his other hand for a while.

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  9. Jaxvillekid says:

    What an @$$h0l3!

    Liked by 6 people

  10. freepetta says:

    The only way Barry will be happy with society is if we all stayed home and collected welfare and became totally government dependent.

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  11. Isn’t it illegal for the POTUS to be openly campaigning against a candidate? This is the second bashing of Trump and his supporters since Saturday.

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    • smiley says:

      is there anything…anything at all…about this potus that isn’t illegal ?

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    • Dan says:

      I am interested to see his behavior after eviction from the white hut.

      Decorum is that the previous president does not weigh in or give opinions about a sitting presidents actions or policys. You can see this in action with 1.0, Clinton, and 2.0. Will be interesting to see how often the media runs to obummer for a sound bite about the next sitting president.

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    • Bobbi D says:

      Obuma is as scared as the rest of Wall Street and the corrupted elite….he’s trying to take Trumps thunder from us and if we let him, obuma has won….so guess what…he won’t take anything from us anymore because:

      “WE ARE GOING TO MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!”….”THE FORCE AWAKENS!”

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  12. Sentient says:

    I’d love to see Donald open a rally (or several) with “Hellooooo Bitter Clingers!!”

    Liked by 10 people

  13. California Trumpeter says:

    you know who clings to guns and their religion? … ISIS

    Liked by 9 people

  14. ZurichMike says:

    Even mpre than elitist, Barack Hussein Obama is thin-skinned. He is the epitome of the current special-snowflake-tripwire-victim-microaggression-sociopaths that rush to safe spaces with teddy bears for group hugs with like-minded, effete, self-centered metrosexuals who see a racist, homophobic, ethnic, globalist, misogynistic motive in every word, photo, discussion, or neutral fact that doesn’t fit their narrow world of self-centered arrogance.

    There is no redeeming quality of Barack Hussein Obama. None. Zip. Zero. He is a vain, soulless, joyless affirmative action poster child in the post-modern world of self-centeredness, running to enclaves where sycophantic bobbleheads can assuage his hurt feelings and make him feel like he really did deserve a Nobel prize, the presidency, his law degree, or [insert any accomplishment attributed to him made possible by lowering the bar for his incompetence and stupidity] despite his having done nothing for it but identify as black despite his half-white background. But because of his position, the bitter clingers in his administration and power-mad uniparty doormats in Congress do his bidding and fail to notice, let alone say, that the emperor has no clothes. Perhaps it’s because the Emperor also has no brain, no heart, and no soul.

    As leader of his party’s focus and fortune, he has made it cool to have snarling, lying, corrupt, hypocritical, megalomanical hoodlums trash every good thing that was bought over the centures with blood, sweat, tears, and prayers: the Consitution, the Bill of Rights, the rule of law, civil pride, and civility. There are no words to fully describe how much I despise the piece of human filth sullying the White House. I loathe this man-boy Marxist, this islamo-loving, anti-American zero, and everything he stands for, with the heat of a gazillion exploding supernovas.

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  15. margarite1 says:

    .”..particularly male voters who are reacting to an increasingly multicultural society”

    Multicultural that was FORCED on an unwilling population. This a-hole make me SICK. We had a great country and he coldly decided it wasn’t good enough for him…that we needed to import non-assimilating cultures and we just have to take it….in fact, take it with the loss of our safety, our own culture, our religion, our laws, our ability to provide for our families…our total way of life. This is a man who despises the country that elected him and I truly believe he thinks he is sent by a higher being to force us into his world view – something that must resemble Indonesia with his rabid anti-American mother.

    Trump is the antidote – he is our chance to right a huge wrong.

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    • Veritas says:

      I love the word multicultural. Its a description of a squalid collection of people who share nothing in common but distrust and hatred. This is why there isn’t one nation that is multicultural that one can point to as a success. America is not diverse-if you believe it is watch how Americans act overseas. Foreigners know you are American and Americans make sure foreigners do not mistake them for locals. Watch blacks in Africa, Asians in the Orient, even Mexican Americans in Mexico.

      Americans just don’t realize how true Americans share the same values. The lossers, deviants, snowflakes and BLM critters hate everything America stands for. They have no vision for the future except hatred. Multiculturalism is a cancer.

      Its a phrase that stands with equality and social justice in the vocabulary of lossers, utopians, and Marxists.

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      • KBR says:

        I recall when the word “integration” was the byword. “Melting pot” was the “that is who we are” theme of the day.

        Then “cultural diversity” flipped that on its head. No one wanted to integrate anymore, it was separate this and separate that, “respecting the separation” (another word for division) of various “cultures.” (The beginning stage of breakdown of American culture) towards

        “Multi-culture” (another word for an ABSENCE and NO-SENSE of a unifying culture)

        And a beginning for “sharia law is their culture and we must respect that”

        This didn’t happen overnight people.

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  16. gary23902003 says:

    The guns and religion Shtick should in reality refer to the jihadists. So now it’s blue-collar white male anger we are afflicted with. Sounds like #cold anger to me. William Lehman wrote a good piece on Sara Hoyt’s blog about anger in America. It was excerpted on one of SD’s posts, but I couldn’t find it. So here’s the whole thing: http://accordingtohoyt.com/2015/09/16/thoughts-on-the-road-william-lehman/ Frustrating to me is how 0bie an the libbies, who are screwing things up, can’t understand why there is so much anger.

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  17. e.g.g. says:

    After this interview I am more convinced that Obama is a true sociopath. I dealt with one my entire life. They are difficult to identify unless you deal with them on a daily basis. Sociopathy can seem like narcissism at first. Sociopath’s are dangerous people and how well I know.

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    • feralcatsblog says:

      After drinking a potion of Saul Alinsky, Jeremiah Wright, Karl Marx, Bill Ayers, King George III, King Louis XVI, Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler, Joesph Stalin, the Queen of Hearts, Joe Isuzu and his own creation, Barack Obama is transformed into the cruel, remorseless, pathological, narcissistic, misanthropic, pyromaniac (clinical reference note #1) Herr Hussein, representing the hidden side of Obama’s dual nature brought to the fore. As Barry he has many supporters among sheeple and zoombies and, with great effort, is able to affect a somewhat pleasing personality, but as Herr Hussein he has become more and more fanatical, more and more dictatorial, more and more scape goating, makes ever longer enemies lists, encourages demonization and dehumanizing of political opponents and becomes ever more isolated and fascist like as time goes by as Herr Hussein grows in dominance. After taking this potion repetitively, he now no longer needs to rely upon it to unleash his worst inner fascist demons.

      Clinical reference note #1: Such individuals who lack ulterior motive have traditionally been referred to in layman’s terms simply as a variation of a pyromaniac. Most such maniacs lack conscious motivation although they are fully aware of the acts they are failing to stop or they themselves are committing. Typically they will feel intense pleasure, gratification, or relief when causing destruction or when witnessing or participating in the aftermath. Motivation is also classified as pathological and non-pathological. Some research suggests that feeling such joy at horrific situations is pathological. Other research suggests that some motivation for this comes from rational thought. Taking joy in horrific situations for envisioned gains in political power and/or the concealment of the imposition of devious plans are examples of supposed rational decision making.

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      • KBR says:

        One problem. This defines Obama as “sick.”
        Sick people need our sympathy, our help, rehabilitation, succor, at the very least three hots and a cot paid for by the people.

        I believe we can leave off the psychological babble and call him what he is: EVIL.

        Evil does not need our sympathy. Helping evil is evil. Almighty God did not choose to rehabilitate Satan and his minions. Would you give succor to a demon?

        We really have to go back to common sense.

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      • smiley says:

        great comment.
        describes the Cry-Bully persona to a T for Tyrant.
        he gleefully causes & awaits the demise of others, and to stand victorious in the ruins, as if he has accomplished something heroic.
        The Great Destroyer is just a little tiny pathetic excuse, circling the drain.

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    • Linden says:

      He is most certainly a sociopath, and most likely a psychopath as well.

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    • JunieG says:

      Dinesh D’Souza charitably describes Barry as anti colonial. He is a disaster. Trump is the Antidote.

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    • Veritas says:

      Obama gives sociopaths a bad name.

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    • Been there done that. Congratulations for making it through to the other side. I hope you live a bountiful life full of grace now. You deserve to, and much more than even that.

      Blessings.

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  18. Sentient says:

    Next time Trump’s in Michigan, maybe he can give a shout-out to all Wolverines. 😉

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  19. Raffaella says:

    I watched CNN and Fox today and all their programs were dominated by talks of Trump versus Clinton. I think we have already moved to the general election. They all know that Trump will be the nominee. I kind of enjoyed Trump destroying Hillary.

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  20. yohio says:

    Obama after listening to this Speech might as well have been up on stage with Trump tonight and laughing, pointing, and flipping the audience off. That’s all this Speech was, a big Giant FU to all of us.

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  21. Dustin C. says:

    Sorry but, as much as possible, I will no longer subject my eyes, ears and brain to ANYTHING emanating from this mouthpiece of the father of lies.
    Completely swore off this corrupted spawn of satan months ago.
    Shouldn’t have waited that long.
    Enough is enough.

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    • jonvil says:

      Other than video clips of him stammering (uh, er, and), repeating (I, myself, me, ‘That’s not who we are’), I have refused to watch/listen to him since 2007!

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  22. JunieG says:

    So, white males are supposed to be okay with losing the American dream ?

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    • yakmaster2 says:

      The White working class is stooopid. Hopelessly stuck in the 1950’s—you know, like before tens of millions of uneducated unskilled immigrants started pouring across the southern border and millions of ‘visitors’ from other third world countries decided to just over-stay, and manufacturing jobs were shipped overseas making it difficult for the technologically challenged middle class workers and ‘immigrants’ alike to make a decent living. The White middle class should just get used to the ‘new normal’ and stop whining because hey, minorities have dibs on the protesting, whining, angry thing, like in the 60’s because the 60’s were way cool.

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      • KBR says:

        The white working class is not stupid. (You are buying the lefty programming.)

        The white working class was despondent, saying “what’s the use, it does no good to vote, no matter who gets in the same things happen”…

        And wasn’t that the TRUTH! The whole truth and nothing but the truth? The Uniparty truth?

        Common sense will save the world, because it lives within Truth. And the working class, of any race, thrives on common sense.

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    • Yes, apparently that was a bargain with an expiration date of January 2008.

      In the interview with NPR, Mr. Obama said blue-collar male factory workers “have had a lot of trouble in this new economy, where they are no longer getting the same bargain that they got when they were going to a factory and able to support their families on a single paycheck.”

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      • Veritas says:

        What Obama means is that by rising taxes a one wage family is an impossibility and those whites just have to sacrifice and work harder so he can distribute their wealth to minorities. That’s what white priviledge means.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      ” they are no longer getting the same bargain that they got when they were going to a factory and able to support their families on a single paycheck.” THE SAME BARGAIN……THE SAME BARGAIN? Like it was just handed to them and not like they worked like h3ll to support their families. What.A.Jerk!!!!!

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  23. Garrison Hall says:

    I think Trump understands that he’s running more against Obama writ-large than he is against Hillary or even the Democrat Party. This is why he’s running as a center-right conservative (as opposed to both Bush’s progressive-centrism) which is allowing him to find a constituent sweet-spot made up of voters from both parties. Obama couldn’t keep himself from reverting back to his hubris and condescension when talking about the middle-class working people the political elites hold in such contempt. While I’m sure he thought he was explaining a Great Truth about America’s body politic what he was really doing was revealing just how isolated and alienated he is from mainstream American. He’s always been a man apart in some very important ways. Trump is Obama’s antithesis. He is deadly to Obama’s narrative because everything he’s done in his life refutes the notion of the all-powerful progressive political class managing things for the rest of us.

    As Trump has said with some relish, he gives those kinds of guys money when he needs them to do stuff. Trump, like any good boss, has decided that the political class and its elected servants are no longer doing a good job. So now he going to fire ’em and get someone else to do the work. The people in his audiences understand this quite well which is why they’re supporting him in such impressive numbers. Obama is doing such a good job of pissin’ off voters that if he wasn’t around, Trump would need to go hire someone to be him. GO TRUMP!!

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  24. KBR says:

    Bitter clinger to guns and religion?
    Let me challenge those words.

    My gun clings to me until I need to draw it, and at that time I won’t “cling” to it, I’ll aim it and use it.

    Religion, as I see it, has mostly gone the way of the once “free press,” both now greed-filled and instructing me in how-to-think, re- translating, propagandizing, and making the lie of Words I can read for myself, and with the Spirit of Truth, I can understand. Government, press, and religion of this age is led by the demonic Saducees and Pharisees and Lawyers of this age.

    Bitter, though? Oh yeah, every time I see or hear the demon in the WH, there’s bitterness. And cold anger.

    So, I will continue to have my gun clinging to me, and I will continue to cling to the Word Itself and trust the Spirit of Truth.

    The bitterness will go when the right man is in and the sinister man is out.

    Trump 2016

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  25. econmomof2 says:

    Thank you so much Sundance. I am truly fed up with the one trick pony, vapid “Trump supporters are just angry their Pres is black and they hate anyone who isn’t white Christian” It’s the same response from anyone on the left. I believe it is a smear attack from the left (or I guess this might be a form of gaslighting) starting from President Obama himself as evidenced again today. It is designed to get anyone on the fence convinced that they can’t vote for Trump because that makes them racist. I spent too much of my evening wading in liberal elitest muck in the form of the comments section of the Atlantic. I like to respond “yes of course because if all my neighbors were white and Christians then my paycheck wouldn’t be smaller than it was 5 years ago and my health insurance wouldn’t cost 10x as much and my husband would be employed etc etc. I am trying really hard to steer all conversations back to reality and turn it on anyone who tries to go down the bitter clinger road. I am bitter and I am a clinger but I sure as hell won’t let anyone on the left call me that so they can avoid the real reasons we have the Trump Effect!!

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    • nimrodman says:

      “just angry their Pres is black”

      I always answer:

      “He’s not black. He’s mulatto. And I’m just as disgusted with his white half as I am with his black half.

      “Making me – disgusted, course. And demonstrably not racist.

      “Your move.”

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  26. Something to ponder. How many of the oh so much smarter zippy the fuslim voters from 2008 bought themselves expensive, and now very obsolete, smart phones compared to how many bitter clingers who invested their money in the 100 million new firearms that have been sold these last 7 years? With that in mind, who made the more intelligent purchases now that we are here in 2015? So the next time some progressive is giving you crap about buying your gun, go ahead and ask them how their iPhone 3G is doing !!!

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  27. bitterlyclinging says:

    And what, perchance, did Mr Obama exploit during his last campaign? “This is your chance to get even!”
    or “If I had a son he would have looked like Trayvon”
    The Great Divider never misses an opportunity.

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  28. AmyB says:

    Oblahblah says that “blue collar workers are upset because they’re no longer getting the bargain when they were going to a factory and able to support their families on a single paycheck”. What a bargain! It’s like he is saying that by working a 40 hour week to provide for your family, you were getting over on society. No, Oblahblah, that was not a bargain but a societal pact – you put in a week of hard work that contributed something of value to the community and were paid accordingly for your services. This is how you community-build. Much better bargain than not working or contributing to the community in any way but still getting paid by the money taken by the workers via taxes? No that is the real bargain – the real “get-over”. Unfortunately, it’s a bargain made with the devil because it doesn’t community-build; instead it tears down society. This is another version of “you didn’t build that”.

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  29. Smoking Lizard says:

    There’s a very serious problem in America when it’s cheaper to manufacture something in China or India and then SHIP it across the Pacific ocean than it is to manufacture the same thing locally.

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  30. Stinky-Inky says:

    “He told reporter Steve Inskeep that “demographic change,” flat wages and the influence of technology have resulted in many blue-collar men being unable to support their families on a single paycheck.”

    Let that sink in for a minute. This is his legacy. He’s actually proud of the “flat wages” experienced during his presidency.

    With Trump as the GOP candidate, the general election ads create themselves.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Yes, he won’t have to make stuff up. It’s already there on video.

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    • econmomof2 says:

      Too bad no reporter will ever report his admission of “flat wages” and lack of good paying middle class jobs. We need that video in Trumps next commercial to play all over middle America. Then the next scene should show hard working men and women building things and finally the big crowds at all his rallys Making America Great Again. First run, during the Superbowl.

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  31. Enfant Terrible says:

    Pres. Obama is such a typical useless academic. I bet he’s never done an honest day’s work in his life, the type of work MEN do with their hands. Work that makes one sweat and creates callouses, and hence why he says such stupid things. Donald Trump on the other hand, as builder, has been surrounded by blue collar workers all his life, so he knows very well these are the salt of the earth type of people, that work hard at keeping civilization going, and that are the backbone of any nation that wants to be successful. Obama is truly despicable.

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    • Joshua says:

      Obama, black father…but Obama fails to Check His White Mother’s Privilege….

      Obama is a half-azzed black President, and a half-azzed hidden whitie part.

      Blacks only got one half of their chicken order delivered….

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        You know, I firmly believe that Obama is half white and half Indonesian. I don’t believe he has any Negro blood at all. I think Blacks got cheated all the way around.

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  32. Lou Dobbs was saying that Obama pulled the race card last night with these comments. Juan Williams actually said that the people in the South who voted Republican in 2008 and 2012 did so because Obama is black. It could have nothing to do with his total lack of any credentials to be President. Dobbs countered that Obama got the Presidency because he was black. Juan Williams had to agree. Dobbs is the only show I watch anymore.

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