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

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