The Compassionate Barry Obama


The Compassionate Barry Obama


R.E. Prindle

     We’re only a couple States away from approving a convention to rewrite the constitution, bring it up to date, modern.

     Take minorities into consideration.  Kind of bass ackward way of running a country but apparently bass ackward is the Progressive way.  New.  Defining the term minority may be difficult especially after reading this Barry quote:

     We need somebody who’s got the heart, the empathy, to recognize wihat it’s like to be a young teenage mom.  The empathy to understand what it’s like to be poor, or African-American, or gay, or disabled, or old.  and that’s the criterion by which I’m going to select my judges.

      Heart and empathy, that’s me.  I suppose by young teenage mom Barry means 12 or 14.  Poor child. Too young. But I guess Barry knows what he’s talking about.  So, if young teenage moms are Barry’s idea of a minority I think perhaps we should consider who is a minority.

     Take James Watson for instance.  Boy, that guy sure fell into the slot of  ‘old’ minority. Not only that he was a scientist which is a sort of religious minority.  He also qualified as an African-American because someone reported that he shows up genetically with close to 20% African ancestry.  One drop’s all it takes according to some criteria.  I don’t know about the gay part but, no offense, he may have a past he’s trying to conceal.  I don’t think Jim Watson would qualify as a young teenage mom but remember he does dabble in genetics so there are possibilites we haven’t yet explored.

     Barry didn’t pop up to give Jim any empathy from the heart when they nailed Watson for merely expressing his opinion.  God, Jim was old.  He was an African-American, possibly gay, close to disabled, Scientific- my god, kind of an All-American group of minorities.

     Lost his job thereby becoming one of the poor minority.  Reviled, kicked from pillar to post.  Of course Barry wasn’t P-elect at the time but as P-designate his voice would surely have meant something.


     Stone cold silence.

     No heart or empathy.


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