Well, Yes, If You’re Part Of That Gang Of Pinheads, You’d Be “Rattled”, Too!!!!


So, Zero decided to try and get Donald Trump elected by going overseas and badmouthing possibly the next POTUS. 

Obama: The World ‘Rattled’ by Donald Trump

President Barack Obama admitted that world leaders were “surprised” and “rattled” by the political rise of Donald Trump.

“I think it’s fair to say that they are surprised by the Republican nominee. They are not sure how seriously to take some of his pronouncements, but they’re rattled by him, and for good reason,” he said. “Because a lot of the proposals that he’s made display either ignorance of world affairs or a cavalier attitude or an interest in getting tweets and headlines instead of actually thinking through what it is that is required to keep America safe and secure and prosperous and what is required to keep the world on an even keel.”

Obama made his remarks during a press conference held in Japan at the G7 summit. He said that it was clear that world leaders were paying close attention to the election, because of the country’s position in the world.

“The United States, as I said before, is at the heart of the international order,” he said.

Even countries that didn’t like the U.S., he explained, knew that the world was in trouble if Americans were not providing stability in the world.

“The world pays attention to U.S. elections. They pay more attention to our elections sometimes than we pay to theirs,” he said.

I don’t care if you are for or against Trump.  It doesn’t matter.  For a POTUS to do this, especially on foreign soil is simply wrong.  Whether you like Trump or not, there’s a very real chance he’s going to be the next POTUS ……….. and here, our current POTUS is undermining him.  It certainly demonstrates Zero’s hatred for this nation.  You see, Obama doesn’t give a damn about this nation, nor the state of the nation when he leaves, or what his successors have to deal with in his wake.  He is, once again, putting his leftarded ideology over the good of the nation, and her people. 

Now, it’s easy to see how Zero would have come to this conclusion given the people he’s been meeting with.  Just look at that collection of pinheads!!!!!  Nearly all of them are actively working against the interests of their own people!  ……. I haven’t followed the Italian, so, I don’t know about him.  The Canadian, AFAIK, hasn’t had enough time to do much damage to Canada, yet, but, I’m certain he’s trying.  The rest is simply a group of people who have utterly failed their people and disregard the interests of their own in favor of some idiotic ideology. …… well, okay, I don’t know if Abe is following the idiotic ideology or is just a moron ……. I really can’t tell with him.  Last I checked he was still trying to print money to spur his economy.  The Brit wants the UK to remain in the EU, in spite of the German who wants to destroy Europe using the EU.  The Frenchman is of the same ilk, but, perhaps a more fervent believer in global socialism.   

If someone was to ask me, this is a campaign poster for Donald Trump. 

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43 Responses to Well, Yes, If You’re Part Of That Gang Of Pinheads, You’d Be “Rattled”, Too!!!!

  1. Latitude says:

    I think “surprised and rattled” is code for scared their gravy train is going to be cut off….
    …but then his claim to fame is community organizer
    Problem with Obama is that he’s not a great as he thinks he is….
    ….makes him fit in with that group even better

    ….and yes, it’s like the illegal Mexicans demonstrating is the poster child for build the wall…

    The Italian guy is a total mess, He’s instituting new rules to make it easier to hire and fire at will…while at the same time driving down wages

    • suyts says:

      Exactly. Every time an illegal does something stupid to protest Trump, that’s more Trump voters.

      As to Italy, they needed to make it easier to hire and fire people. Same is supposedly happening in France. As it was, it was very difficult for companies to fire people, so, they wouldn’t hire anyone new. As to the wages, in total socialist states or near total socialist states, if one is to compete internationally, then wages must be low, as the state consumes most of the value earned by the workers.

      • DirkH says:

        suyts says:
        May 26, 2016 at 3:58 pm
        “As to Italy, they needed to make it easier to hire and fire people. Same is supposedly happening in France. ”

        French socialists are fighting it tooth and nail; shutting down 19 nuclear power plants now.
        I talked to French guys at a Lyon company 6 years back and one told me, you don’t make a PhD if you don’t wanna work for the state – private companies are REQUIRED by law to pay more to a PhD so they never hire one as an ordinary MS does the same job for less money.
        Socialism is an anti-meritocracy.
        And – the MAYOR of the municipality has to APPROVE any hire! You’re a company, you wanna hire that guy, the mayor doesn’t agree? Well tough!
        Maybe they want to relax that now, I don’t know.

        • suyts says:

          I think they’re trying, but, they can’t work it around their socialist views which have been embedded in them all their lives. Yet, they’ve realized they can’t compete ….. which is probably why the company I work for is now going to make Airbus parts. …..

        • Lars P. says:

          “French socialists are fighting it tooth and nail”

          Somewhere I heard the new law in France is also increasing the week work time to 48 hours and reducing payment for overtime to 10% from 25%.
          Whilst simplifying hiring and firing is one thing, eliminating unnecessary bureaucracy (the mayors approval for instance sounds so stupid…) why do they have to increase the workload?
          We had 48 hours week some decades ago, why go back there?

        • DirkH says:

          Lars, they keep the MANDATED 35 hour week but make it POSSIBLE for companies to have employees work more temporarily.
          If you are that great expert and the project is about to hit the wall and you and the company agree that you’ll work 60 hours a week for 3 months to try and save it, this would have been illegal in France before.
          Whatever the state regulates doesn’t work. When the state steps aside it works. At a certain point the regulatory state becomes so unviable that even the politicians must recognize this. Good example here given in historical comparison UK vs Germany after 1947:

        • Lars P. says:

          “If you are that great expert and the project is about to hit the wall and you and the company agree that you’ll work 60 hours a week for 3 months to try and save it, this would have been illegal in France before.”
          Yes, true, but not as a normal week-work, but as a normal week + overtime? or did I misunderstood it?

        • DirkH says:

          sure, overtime. 35 hour/week contract, rest is overtime. Usually later compensated by staying away.
          Similarly, in germany shifts of more than 10!!!! hours are forbidden. 10! I did 16 hour shifts on tight deadlines. That rule came in ca. 2000.

    • TG says:

      Latitude. Spot on I personally am very happy the the Obamabum and money sucking friends are surprised, rattled and scared to death of the Trump train.
      Keep on rockin Donald!

    • cdquarles says:

      Would someone tell me why wages should rise? Why not have purchasing power and added value rise instead?

      Would you buy a house where the owner/seller raised his asking price but didn’t do anything to make the value commensurate? Why is labor so special? Now labor that added value and kept adding value, yes, labor should get and keep what it earned.

    • Joe says:

      I concur.

      If you look at that line-up, only one of the nations represented (Japan,) while crushed under irreversible debt, is not trying to destroy (or hasn’t already in the case of Hollande,) their own society with an influx of unemployable illiterates who will carve themselves out of the culture.

  2. DirkH says:

    Women’s voting rights.
    Most women will vote for the candidate that promises more free stuff. The welfare state, introduced across the West in the 1930ies, is a consequence of women’s suffrage.
    All the pinheads-of-state of the G7 constantly skim off value added by the economy and redirect it to their female voters.
    (For instance, women outlive men for unknown biological reasons in every society – and therefore profit disproportionately from welfare state pension systems.)

    That is how beta-males like Obama or Merkel became heads of states. Wait I wanted to say Obama or Trudeau. Maybe beta is too much of a compliment.

    • DirkH says:

      …the reason for women voting for more welfare state in their majority is that it frees them from depending on having a reliable wealthy husband. Husbands are lottery tickets; the welfare state is the safety net.

    • suyts says:

      Yes!!! And, that’s why men die earlier. It isn’t unknown. Men die because they’re working for their mate well after their mate can produce offspring.

  3. Well, we did let them quit their jobs and move into our basement. Their home for as long as they can remember. Getting the boot so we can renovate would have be disturbing.

  4. Lars P. says:

    SJW overdrive:
    “I don’t think parents reading their children bedtime stories should constantly have in their minds the way that they are unfairly disadvantaging other people’s children, but I think they should have that thought occasionally,”

  5. “The world pays (attention) to U.S. elections.
    Was he fund raising?

  6. DirkH says:

    Hey look. Special Snowflake professor gets something right: “Free Speech is rooted in free market ideology.” I think she means it disparagingly but I couldn’t have expressed it better.
    And, she quits her job because her uni has issued a lukewarm apology after Milo was physically threatened and security told to stand down by uni.
    What a bunch of bolshevists you have cultivated there.

  7. Me says:

    That Canadian you are refering to already has made it so the pipelines going west are irrelevant, cause they decided that there will be no exporting of oil via ships there. Damage already done, and not very long after he was in power. So yeah he is a pointy head too or as you like to call them pin heads.

    • Me says:

      And he has already took to task of bringing syrians unvetted but made so they are located on military bases, good right, yeah and housing them in barracks kicking out the soldiers there, bad right, well not if they house the soldiers in hotels, good right, nice accomidations, until they can’t get to work on time. Bad right, well yes because those pricks will ues it as an excuse to be late, so then it is bad for them. And costing tax payers yet again to house them syrians and feed them and provide security not just for them but from them and then go and build mosques for them. Now it was bad enough looking after new recruits cause most lately the 18 to 25 year olds actlike they are going on 5 to 7, but now security 24-7-365 on top of that and them having access to our military bases to scope it out, They couldn’t ask for better. They don’t even have to try anymore they know already. That Force Protection Anti-terrorist course was just thrown out the window. And not that it would be better placeing them in the population.

  8. Lars P. says:

    “An asylum seeker who jokingly wore a T-shirt saying ‘I’m Muslim, don’t panic’ was so savagely beaten by his fellow refugees that he had to be rushed to hospital”

    • Latitude says:

      …but we should just import them helter skelter
      When are we going to start making “other cultures” be responsible?
      …and I’m talking about our own “other cultures” right here in our inner cites

  9. Latitude says:

    LA reporter doesn’t realize what she just reported….
    Latins that are here legally are citizens of this country…and they support Trump
    …Illegals are demonstrating and they don’t

    again…the wrong people are telling me to not vote for Trump


    • DirkH says:

      I like this:
      “Naturally, Abcarian let her own skepticism poke through: “In that case, good luck in a Trump administration to all the lettuce growers in Salinas. They can’t find enough people to pick their crops even now.””

      So the LA Times columnist says – lettuce picking is so unproductive that the legal minimum wage cannot be paid and illegals must be hired for it – OR – welfare for legal citizens is so high that nobody wants to do hard harvesting work – the personal profit does not justify it. Yet the same columnist doubtlessly supports a 15 USD minimum wage and welfare increases – being of the LA Times. So she wants to save the US welfare state by importing illegal quasi-slaves without rights- but – would immediately demonstrate for more rights for the illegals no doubt.

  10. Latitude says:

    Joe the Plumber Backing Trump All the Way: ‘Stop the Holier-Than-Thou Nonsense’


  11. cdquarles says:

    I am not over-fond of Donald Trump, but I do give him this. He has much to like just as Ronald Reagan did. Ronald Reagan was humble, Trump’s not, but yes, he is. Trump is brash and Ronald Reagan was brash. Reagan came from a very small town in Illinois, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birthplace_of_Ronald_Reagan, and that matters. Donald Trump is the grandson of immigrants, *legal* immigrants. [When Donald talks about NY values, I think he means the NY values of his upbringing, not the NY of today when you remember that Trump was born in Queens, not Manhattan, which were like those of California before the Progressives took over.]

    Both Trump and Reagan were college graduates, again, before the rot took over, especially for the small, country, classical liberal arts college Ronald Reagan attended, and people forget that his degree was *economics*(!) and Trump’s was business (the two are interrelated).

    Trump is a no-nonsense guy. Ronald Reagan was that, too. Plus, both spent much of their working years not working for government. Reagan became the president of a union. Trump became the CEO of a business. There are similarities there, too. Lest we not forget, neither of them, nor us, are perfect.

    As Lat says, all of the wrong people are trying to tell me not to vote for Trump. Given the choices and how things stand today, I’ll happily vote for him.

    Oh yeah, there’s this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Cohn. Progressives will never like Trump, just like they didn’t like Nixon, because of that history, though Nixon did and Trump does have some points of view that accept the premises of the Progressives.

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      If he’s 2% Reagan he’s better than the alternatives. The NeverTrumpers seem to be unable to comprehend: ‘live to fight another day.’

  12. Latitude says:

    I don’t know about you guys….but I’m sick and tired of this
    …and the more I see it, the more disgusted I get

    Obama Blames ‘Right-Wing’ Media for Angering ’White People’


    …he’s talking about the same people he’s never missing an opportunity to trash

  13. Latitude says:

    Hillary concedes….
    ….campaigns for Trump



    • leftinflagstaff says:

      Sure, because the Clinton, Obama & Kerry-types have produced such an orderly world lately.

      These people are hearing footsteps.

  14. Latitude says:

    Droopy Dog says …. “my plan to make it all about me, backfired”

    PAUL RYAN BACKS TRUMP…[like anyone cares]


  15. Latitude says:

    DANG….now Kerry is campaigning for Trump too

    Kerry stressed that any president who would rip up the Paris climate accord “would be reckless, counter productive, self-destructive.”


    • DirkH says:

      It’s funny how they all live in their own make-believe world and think they can still project it on other people. Flim-Flammery works great until everyone recognizes the Flim Flam man to be insane.

  16. DirkH says:

    Not Common Core, and not The Onion: In an attempt to make maths more relevant, a teacher got creative; leading to his suspension.

    “Dwayne pimps 3 ho’s,” reads one question on the quiz given to students at Burns Middle School in Mobile, Ala. “If the price is $85 per trick, how many tricks per day must each ho turn to support Dwayne’s $800 per day crack habit?”

    I guess he WANTED to be fired.

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