Butthead Barry Is Back

Posted on September 11, 2018 by Robert Ringer


Jimmy Kimmel made a great joke when he said, referring to Barack Obama’s bad economy, “You can’t turn around four years in just eight years.”  Hmm … come to think of it, even though it had all the markings of late-night comedy, it actually was not Jimmy Kimmel who said this.

Nor was it Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, or Conan O’Brien.  Amazingly, this side-splitting whopper came from none other than Barack Obama (known more affectionately to his millions of enemies as Butthead Barry, or just “BB” for short) in a trademark, smart-aleck performance billed as his first midterm campaign rally at the University of Illinois.

And guess what?  He wasn’t even trying to be funny.  He actually meant what he said … or at least meant to hoodwink people into believing what he said.  You can’t turn around four years in eight years?  Really?  Then how in the world did someone figure out how to turn around eight years in less than two years?  Oh, that’s right, BB gave that deplorable clown a head start.

Contrary to what he famously said in the past, he now apparently believes that presidential elections do not have consequences, because even if someone wins two terms, he doesn’t have enough time to make things better.  After all, everyone realizes that eight years is simply not long enough to “turn things around.”  Insulting to the intelligence of voters, to be sure, but also quite humorous.

Though I only listened to a few minutes of BB’s bitter, whining gibberish, I did catch one other thing he said that I actually agreed with — that Donald Trump is not the cause but the symptom.  There’s no question that the anger of frustrated, fed-up Americans gave Trump the opportunity to get elected as a non-politician and take on the establishment.

And, of course, what makes Trump so hated is that he not only won against all odds, but has actually succeeded in turning things around in a major way.  The fact that an increasing number of African-Americans are jumping aboard the Trump Train is perhaps the cruelest blow of all to BB’s delicate ego.

So where does all this leave BB?  Frustrated and confused, that’s where.  After all, over a period of eight years he got comfortable with the idea that the media and the masses viewed him as a saint and a savior.  Oh … and also billed him as “the smartest guy in the room” even though all the evidence clearly pointed in the opposite direction (“all 57 states” comes quickly to mind).

It’s understandable, then, that BB is having trouble coming to grips with the reality that a majority of Americans no longer see him as either a saint or a savior, and, as with Horrible Hillary, would like him to just get off the stage.  Hidden away quietly in his D.C. mansion, his media minions have been able to boast of how presidential he is behaving, but as soon as he opens his snarky, hip-hop mouth, American voters are reminded of how badly he snookered them for eight long, painful years.

Today, millions of people who were so caught up in white guilt that they allowed themselves to be conned into believing that an unaccomplished community organizer with virtually no work experience was the answer to America’s ills now see him for what he really is — a ne’er-do-well Marxist subversive who is a master at one thing:  stirring up hatred among disparate groups via identity politics.  Hands down, he is the most successful people divider in White House history.

As BB travels the country to promote Democratic candidates, rest assured that he will continue to say ludicrous things (such as Republicans apparently like Nazis and the current economic boom actually started under him).  He will also continue to use the words I, me, and my so much that people won’t even remember the candidates for whom he is supposed to be campaigning.

Regardless of what you think of Donald Trump, it’s indisputable that it is his megaphone that has revealed BB for the fumbling, bumbling stealth Marxist fool that he is.  Had any of the other 17 Republican presidential candidates become the GOP’s nominee, you can be sure they would have filled the airwaves with apologetic, McCain-like platitudes for all things Democrat.

Thankfully, we no longer have to listen to John McCain’s drivel — you know, gems like “Barack Obama is fine gentleman” and calling it scandalous for anyone to make accusations against America’s (corrupt) intelligence community.

Unfortunately, however, while we lost a John McCain, we gained an equally unprincipled Mitt Romney, who assured us in his own failed bid for the Republican presidential nomination that BB “is a nice guy.”  I think it’s safe to say that mean-spirited Mitt will do everything in his power to cause trouble for President Trump once he arrives in Washington.

From the coming confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the EPA’s day-by-day emasculation to a 4.2 percent GDP, the Dirty Dems and FNM are beyond grief-stricken, which is why you can count on the Radical Left to ramp up its violence even as the Democratic Party continues to self-destruct.

For a long time, I have suspected that the real civil war would come after Trump is overwhelmingly reelected in 2020, but perhaps I’ve been too much of an optimist.  If the Dirty Dems fail to take back the House in November, they are likely to whip their surrogates into a death frenzy that could bring on the inevitable civil war much sooner than expected.

No matter how unlikely some folks may believe it is for the Republicans to hold onto their majority in the House, trust me when I tell you that BB is quite capable of repeating the same results he got for Horrible Hillary and many other Dirty Dem candidates for whom he campaigned the last time around.  When BB is running off at the mouth, anything is possible, so buckle up for a bumpy ride.

Robert Ringer

Robert Ringer is an American icon whose unique insights into life have helped millions of readers worldwide. He is also the author of two New York Times #1 bestselling books, both of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time.

69 responses to “Butthead Barry Is Back”

  1. Mark says:

    We have learned or matured. The eight years of the Obama administration brought much pain. The image of the Godking no longer exists in the minds of most. This is a good thing.

    • Donna Scott says:

      We don’t even know who ‘BB’ really is! There is no proof, no DNA for who his dad really is!

      • jack says:

        Come on… we don't know who Trump is either then. We don't have DNA on any president. LOL silly statement.

      • jack says:

        So far the story is that his dad was a black guy from Kenya. Not an American. Tell us who you think it might really be. Feel free to speculate and tell us who the worst person his father could possible be.

        • Jean says:

          The speculation has always been that daddy was Frank Marshall Davis, a known pedophile and avowed Communist. Ann Dunham was very close to Davis, who kept nude photos of her that he took when she was a preteen and teen. After Dunham shoved Obama off on her parents – post divorce from Obama Sr. – his alcoholic grandfather left him in Davis' care almost daily while he got soused. Interesting choice of babysitter, no??

          If you look at a photo of Davis and compare the facial features with Obama, and then look at the photos of Obama Sr., you'll see much more of a resemblance between Davis and Jr. than between Obama Sr. and Jr.

          Could be coinkidinky, of course.

  2. kauai_mike says:

    Fool me once, shame on you. Twice? Shame on me. Thrice! Sorry, no.

  3. John Abbott says:

    As always, well said! I LOVE what PRESIDENT Trump is saying and doing! He is PROVING how incompetent ALL his predecessors were! YES, even Reagan! He is GETTING IT DONE! I and many others have said that we need more business men and women in politics. Trump is proving how true that is! Be fearless, don't be a wimp, and don't listen to what the media or the dems (same thing) say about you! By the way, half of Pres Trumps problems are caused by the establishment REPUBS! Get rid of them. Drain the swamp!

    • patg2 says:

      I have a lot of respect for Reagan, even now. But Trump clearly is far more effective than anyone we have had in a long time. Oh wait! BB was effective at destroying the country. Thank God he only got so far with it.

      Got a call from the RNC. They want money. Second time I asked them to take my number off the list. I will THINK about giving them money when they drain their own swamp. In the meantime, leave me alone. Stay out of my home. It is my castle and you are not welcome, RNC.

      • larajf says:

        The RNC has been calling and I've been ignoring. But after reading your comment, I'm thinking maybe I should answer and say that they won't get my support until they start supporting conservatives and the president. Also I want them to remove their financial support from the Republican candidates that don't.

        • patg2 says:

          I got a call the other day asking for my husband by name. I asked him, Can I tell him who is calling? He started into his spiel. Was the RNC. I said "wait a minute" twice in a normal tone of voice, and he kept on. So I shouted at him. He stopped. I told him this is the second time I am asking you to take me off your list. He said ok, I'll do that, and then launched into his spiel again. I hung up on him. Don't these people have a CLUE how RUDE they are?

      • Jean says:

        Thank you, Pat G2!!! I've been doing that since McCain threw the election to Obama and was more interested in "reaching across the aisle" than he was in winning or changing what then was Clinton-Pelosi-Schumer imposed policy. The RNC still hasn't gotten the message, apparently.

        • patg2 says:

          The truth is, I don't want anyone calling me on my phone asking for money. I don't care WHO they are. There was one pro-life organization that kept calling me, robocall. I tried for months to find a way to tell them to stop. I even went to some of the leadership in the pro-life movement to see if they had any contact information. Nobody had any. I finally found a way to get them to stop. And if someone puts me on their email list, I unsubscribe. I support pro-life organizations and like getting their emails, but this organization (appears to be one man plus one senator) doesn't respect the lives of the already born, so I don't believe them when they say they support the right to life of the unborn.

          If a candidate calls me for my vote, I go to their web site and tell them they're not a real conservative, because if they were, they wouldn't be invading people's privacy and their homes like that. I never get an answer. I don't know who is passing my phone number around. I can't figure out who. I have been working to get all the online companies that sell my information to stop. This is a formidable task. I was just looking for a friend the other day, and I was absolutely appalled at the SCOPE of the information they are passing around. Anybody could use it for any purpose.

          • Jean says:

            That's one of the sneaky little "fine print" things that was put into the Do Not Call list provisions. If at any time you've given a donation to a political campaign or a charity, you are automatically on the "okay to call" list as your donation / contribution is seen as evidence that you have a "relationship" with the organization. So the politician who may be remotely connected via the RNC has tacit permission to call.

            I have a landline phone with no call waiting, call forwarding or voice mail associated (for business purposes only, and a requirement of my contract.) I list that one any time there is a need to put a phone number down; any and all attempts to call will be met with ringing only, as I know when a business call comes in thanks to computer technology. It thwarts 99.5% of those callers and robocallers b/c they get no response whatsoever.

          • patg2 says:

            I don't have a business phone, so can't do that. I have never given money to the RNC, so that doesn't fully explain it. I think political calls in general are exempt. Politicians don't want to be told to abide by the Do Not Call list. I did give to individual candidates at one time, but it's been years since I did that. When an election is upcoming, I get multiple calls per day. Fortunately, the phone isn't in the bedroom, so at least they don't wake me up anymore. Not answering just means they try again. Lately, whenever I know it's a political call, I just take the receiver up an inch and put it back down. Stops the annoying ringing. When I'm asked for my phone number, I always give it as 555-5555, and I get away with it.

    • Jinx says:

      Regan was shot SHOT. Then the armed services tried to take over the government. Regan is my hero for telling the conspirators, "Well you tried and failed". Among the deep state Regan stood alone, too many others hid. But in the end the conversation Regan was told "We won't stop unless you back off." Regan had no choice.

  4. Scott theczech says:

    We are told how "un presidential" Donald Trump is yet it is President Obama who is behaving un presidential. It has been a long standing tradition in this country that ex-presidents do not publicly criticize sitting presidents. Moreover, this type of behavior is very dangerous as the world is watching!

    • lee says:

      President Obama kept silent for a long time to see if this nut in the white house would miraculously would come to his senses.the world is watching this nut is very dangerous that's why President Obama had to speak out against him.

  5. Robert D says:

    Great article as usual. Hope you are wrong about a civil war and it remains just an "uncivil war" of nasty behavior. Also, what do you think of the idea that the "blue wave" is more wishful thinking than an inevitability as the press consistently portrays it to be? As a conservative voter I am hopeful it is just wishful thinking and I will go out and vote to do my part to mitigate any chance of a "blue wave" and hope your like minded fans will too.

  6. John Jpsix says:

    Great article! I would like to further comment on Mitt Romney. Utahns suckered themselves into voting him in as the Republican candidate for Senator to replace Senator Hatch. This was very predictable given Romney's smooth adds playing himself up as a Utahn and of course a Mormon. First of all, he sure as hell is not a Utahn just because he owns a house here in the State. Secondly, you would think that his previous vile and self-righteous attack on President Trump would have exposed just what kind of God-fearing Mormon he really is! Romney is a more serious threat to Trump than Obama!

    • patg2 says:

      Romney is not a very good Mormon, in my opinion. It was a miserable day when I had to choose between two evils at the ballot box.

  7. jimi says:

    Why doesn’t Obama just stay home and count his sheckles. He screwed with our democracy long enough. Please just fade into oblivian.

    • Ivan says:

      That was my wish also along with Hillary and the other leftist swampers.

    • Jean says:

      Obama is a narcissist who genuinely began to believe his own press releases. He is hard wired to always try and be the center of attention, and to throw stompy-footed tantrums until he gets his way. And he is still profiting from his association with George Soros, so he's probably expected to do something for that revenue stream.

    • lee says:

      Obama and his shackles and the blue wave are coming run for your lives!

  8. Richmond says:

    Wow! No, not Wow! But Wow! Wow! Wow! Nicely stated, Robert Ringer! Perhaps it is your perception mixed with a smattering of candor that I still value "Winning Through Intimidation". As I continue "Looking Out For Number #1", myself, I am confident that I am adding value to the lives of others. Barry's #1, himself, is only about himself. Press on, Robert Ringer and please know that you are highly regarded…

  9. Steve says:

    The economy was in a bubble when Obama was in charge, and it continues to be in a bubble. Trump has done nothing. Tax cut? Then tariffs. Tariffs are taxes on us, not them. Trade wars lead to real wars. Why not fix the reason jobs went abroad? Corporate taxes and business regulation. Trump the candidate was correct when he called the Obama economy a bubble, now he's taking credit for turning the economy around? It's the same economy. All fueled by the Fed controlled interest rates. The economy hasn't changed, foreign policy hasn't changed. The only thing that suffers is Liberty.

    • Jimmy says:

      Trump has done nothing? Lol. I think you're on the wrong page, bud. Go back to your Democrat propaganda pages and leave the discussion to people with brains.

      • Steve says:

        He's done something. He's increased the size of government at the expense of Liberty. Our government spending has increased and our debt has increased even since the obscene levels of Obama. He said some good things as a candidate but has done a 180 turn as soon as the deep state got a hold of him. I'm not a democrat and never have been.

    • patg2 says:

      I don't approve of the tariffs. They ARE a tax on us, the buyers. That said, Trump can do anything he wants to trade with China as far as I am concerned. But I hope he will end all the other tariffs.

    • larajf says:

      I think Trump is using the tariffs more as bargaining power rather then intending to really impose them. Look how quickly the EU has changed their tune with regards to cars.

    • Jean says:

      I guess you haven't been paying much attention to financial news, Steve. The Trump administration's biggest coup to date was slashing corporate tax rates down to 15 percent, making us (finally) competitive with the rest of the world. And with regard to regulation, the administration has rolled back over 800 Obama-era regulations and continues to scale back agencies such as the EPA (much to the left's irritation.)

      And one of the major reasons that businesses moved to Mexico and later, to China, was the existence of labor unions, which had a stranglehold on manufacturing throughout the Midwest. The auto industry and its ancillary support businesses were all dominated by the UAW. In the 1970s, for example, the total cost of an hour of union labor in one of the auto plants in Detroit was $35.00; the average wage for a beginning business executive with a bachelor's degree was $12.00 and the federal minimum wage was $3.35. Can you see how it would be less expensive to build a plant south of El Paso, employ locals who would be tickled with a wage of $2.00 an hour and use rails and trucks to transport components into the US for final assembly? Today's US plants are largely robotic, which has eliminated most of the union jobs and increased efficiency and quality to boot. The tariffs will impact prices in the short run, but may also incentivize many manufacturers to repatriate their operations and dollars to the US.

      Remember that the US has placed or increased tariffs on steel, which we have the capacity to make. China has retaliated with tariffs on FOOD. They have neither the land nor the technology to produce per acre what we do. Who do you think will lose in this so-called "trade war"?

    • lee says:

      Finally the truth.keep on telling the truth to this deplorables and trumpers not that it will do any good. They are just as insane as trump.truth is good.

  10. Bob says:

    Thanks Robert for another great article.

  11. Junie says:

    STEVE, your foolish, uneducated, uninformed and downright stupid statements just add to the mind boggling list of foolish, uneducated, uninformed and downright stupid people you are following. Simply said – sad.

    • Stephan F says:

      No offense Junie, but just where is that boatload of facts you have to refute what Steve is claiming? Hmmmmmmmmmm?

      You’ve added nothing to the conversation & simply taken the lazy way out by resorting to name calling. It seems like you’re a rock throwing Trump supporter living in a glass house. Surely you could do better…but I doubt it.

      All the best

      • Steven Lidkea says:

        Let me help you out. Steve claimed that Trump has done nothing. Well, given that every Democrat, all the media, and all the leftist economists were predicting that Trump would crash the economy, I guess he's done something all right.

    • Steve says:

      You should have written, you're foolish not "your foolish."
      Sincerely, Uneducated Fool.

      • Snarky says:

        Uhhh…Uneducated Fool Steve he was referring to your statements, so "your" is correct. Dumbshit

        • Steve says:

          He said "your foolish" the correct English would be you are foolish or the contraction you're foolish. You must have gone to government schools.

          • ensomulv123 says:

            "Your statements" — "your" is correct.

          • Kenneth A Hoffman says:

            Uh….Junie is absolutely correct in both the content of his assertions about you as well as the use of the word 'your'. YOUR irrational hatred of Trump and anyone who dares to speak up for him is laughable. You hate Trump, Buckwheat. You have both Hillary and Obama to thank for the election of Trump. The Greatest Gift Hillary Ever Gave the GOP was to call them a 'basket of deplorables'. Few diarrhea of the mouth attacks have possessed such power to unite and mobilize. Now sit down and shut up. If we wish to hear from you we will call on you.

  12. Rick D'Amico says:

    "a ne’er-do-well Marxist subversive who is a master at one thing: stirring up hatred among disparate groups via identity politics. Hands down, he is the most successful people divider in White House history." OMG that is so true!

  13. Rick G. says:

    Great article, Robert. Often I wonder who is the worst, Barack Hussein Nobama, Nancy Pelosi (The Wicked Witch of the West Coast), or Mad Maxine Waters. Hmmmm, hard choice. Some questions are unanswerable, I guess. Anyhooo, it goes without saying that Barack Hussein Nobama is the absolute worst "president" in US history. And the most divisive one too. He hates the United States and hates white people (that makes him a racist), but will gladly use them for political expediency to get to where he is going, wherever that is. I have observed over the years his supporters, whom I refer to as "Husseinocrats", and have found them to be dumb, low intelligence people.The only reason he won in 2008 and 2012 is because of massive nationwide voter fraud. Had the election been conducted fair and square, I guarantee you he would have never been elected in the first place. He doesn't belong here. He needs to go back to Kenya where he was born. Butthead Barry, the jerk with two names and, yes, two Social Security numbers, and no valid US birth certificate, needs to take a permanent hike. Good riddence.

  14. Jurgy says:

    It is apparent to me that Trump won the WH for one reason – his ego, part of which includes revenge for the insults BB directed at him. Fortunately for us (U.S.), in the process of deleting BB's damage, Trump is turning it all around in record time.
    Recently I read something that made Trump's "unpresidential" demeanor palatable for me – "Ignore the circus, focus on the results".

  15. Jacquelyn Lynn says:

    I, too, could only listen to a few minutes of BB's speech — but what I heard increased my excitement about voting for Republicans in 2018 and reelecting Donald Trump in 2020.

  16. Ivan says:

    I hope that the rearing of Butthead's ugly head doesn't cause a chain reaction from others like Hillary and other crazy leftists to rear theirs too. I guess his ego got carried away by being invited to John Mc Cains funeral and Trump wasn't.

  17. TheLookOut says:

    GREAT article Robert, keep em coming .

  18. wjk says:

    I hope that you're wrong about a civil war. If I was in charge of the GOP, I'd rent a bus for Nancy, Maxine, Chuck, and BB so they could tour the country to express themselves. Every time they open their mouths, they help the right. But BB only had about 750 of these poor, sad, lost souls at his rally. Trumps has thousands of cheering fans every time, with more waiting outside the venue.

  19. ensomulv123 says:

    No purpose bashing Obama — he was a Wall Street marionette from day one, just reading aloud his scripted responses. A pathetic excuse for a human, let alone US president. He's already faded into obscurity.

    • Jim Hallett says:

      While you are right BB is a Wall Street puppet, he has hardly faded into obscurity. He has a very high opinion, and a deluded one at that, of his own worth. He will keep agitating, as many still pay attention to what he says, particularly those on the "Hate Trump" bandwagon. I never pay attention to Barry or listen to anything he says, so he doesn't affect me, but it is annoying how all these inconsequential folks keep getting major headlines from the leftists in our awful media. The Left is desperate to gain control of Congress and oppose Trump, so they will bring in all the players to prevail in November, but I am not sure it will be a successful strategy. It clearly seems there are at least 2 versions of America, and once Trump prevails again in 2020, it will unleash the very worst from the Snowflake, Pro-Violence hard Left. It will indeed be a bumpy ride.

  20. freshideaguy says:

    The recent appearance of shrill-talking BB tells me that he feels he is needed to unseat Trump, it is time, and the desperation in his comical voice is that he realizes that in another year or so The Donald will have successfully uncovered his "evil bastard, lying SOB" plan to, among other things, turn us into a tool of the Caliphate. That will successfully reveal to even the biggest anti-Trumpers that BB is the evil incarnate.

  21. J'on J'onzz says:

    Instead of BB, I call him O-Hole.

  22. Kenneth says:

    If EVER there was someone dying of diarrhea of the mouth it is Barack Obama. He is the slimy master of HATE SPEECH & the most dreary, depressing, destructive public figure in the history of this nation, When the Obama Reich finally sputtered to its end, we had squandered 8 years of our history and 8 years of human capital doing everything we could just to survive him.

  23. Kenneth says:

    Obama's 'Legacy': Eight dreary years of ……

    … fomenting class warfare.
    … 'negotiating' and playing softball with people whose only aim in life is to kill us
    … treating the Constitution as if it is some pain in the ass inconvenience that must be
    circumvented at every opportunity
    … treating the DULY ELECTED MEMBERS of the House and the Senate as if they were his
    personal employees sent to Washington to do his bidding
    … treating roughly half the population of the country as if they are the ENEMY simply on the
    basis of their political party affiliation