A Nation Divided: The Liberal Losers and Concerned Conservatives

In this stunning exposé, bestselling author Edward Klein—a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine—pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history. He reveals a callow, thin-skinned, arrogant president with messianic dreams of grandeur supported by a cast of true-believers, all of them united by leftist politics and an amateurish understanding of executive leadership. (Amazon)
In this stunning exposé, bestselling author Edward Klein—a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine—pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history. He reveals a callow, thin-skinned, arrogant president with messianic dreams of grandeur supported by a cast of true-believers, all of them united by leftist politics and an amateurish understanding of executive leadership. (Amazon)

Here is my message to the liberal losers.  You’ve been hoodwinked.  Read the Amateur.

It’s the best way to explain the liberals who continue to support Obama (claiming to be the BEST president, how absurd) and voted for Hilary.  They all hate Donald Trump and what he represents.

One of the saddest lessons of history is this:  if we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle.  We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth.  The bamboozle has captured us.  It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken.  When you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back – Carl Sagan.  

worstpresidentObama was the 43rd and 44th President of the United States and will undoubtedly go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States.

Trump had everything going against him and according to any sense of due process, should not have won the election.  From his first day to announcing his run for president, the entire media and entertainment industry lined up against.  He was less funded than the Hillary money machine; even his own party was against him; his policies ruffled the global elite.

He was labeled a sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islamaphobe, against the very core of women’s rights, and there may be more.  During his campaign, he fought off the mass liberal media and addressed concerns that included our open border policy, lost job market, our failing infrastructure, our failed trade market, our failing energy policies and improving our Veteran affairs to name a few.

He was by far and unlikely candidate and unlikely to win the election.

Yet he won.

Forget about the so-called ‘popular vote’, numbers  or statistics.  His win was one of visceral disgust with the political status quo.  The last four years of the Obama presidency has been laden with controversies including the Benghazi attack, open and illegal immigration, sequestration cutting national defense, out-of-control college tuition, job losses on a grand scale, crushing small business killing policies, Obamacare, gun control and his dramatic expansion of entitlements including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program earning him the nickname “the food stamp president”.

The promises of improvement in the small business sector and better health care touted during Obama’s re-election campaign fell short and failed miserably.

Despite all of Trump’s shortcomings and political/media push-back, he won the election.  And he won big with the conservative, white rural voters, winning almost 100% of this demographic.  Rural america spoke loud and clear;  “Can you hear us now?”

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After his win, the rural silent majority was interrupted by the defiant urban minority (see my post A Defiant Nation). Spurring a wave of protests against the newly president-elect as “not my president” or “ashamed to be called an American” movement.  The Dump Trump movement was born, and quickly died into obscurity after the election.  No more petition from change.org to try to overthrow the electoral vote.  The people have spoken.

The Nation is now divided into liberals losers and concerned conservatives.  Social media and the liberal news continue to spin every Trump tweet and every move the president-elect makes.

The concerned conservatives are keeping mostly quiet while the president-elect prepares for his inauguration and selects his cabinet to prepares for the task at hand. They are the silent majority that will take the country back.

The liberal losers will continue to protest and spew hate.  Remember “stop of the hate”, well now the tables have turned.  The concerned conservatives have urged for calm.

Simply put, Donald Trump won because America was tired of politics as usual, tired of a lame-duck president who did nothing for our economy, tried his hand at health care and failed.

Oh and lest we forget that Obama claims there have been “no real controversies” in his tenure.  I beg to differ:

Obama's legacy as well as Hilary Clinton's Benghazi debacle would count at least for one small controversy.
Obama’s legacy as well as Hilary Clinton’s Benghazi debacle would count at least for one small controversy.

Hilary lost before she even ran for president in the wake of Obama’s failed social and world policies.  If anyone disagrees, just read Michelle Malkin’s book , Culture and Corruption released back in 2009 or Edward Klein’s The Amateur.  These books were written and published long before Trump considered running for president.

Here are some tasty comments of The Amateur.  Truly a “Bungler-in-Chief”:

Emporer Obama, Self-Annoints, Then Disappoints.  Obama’s passionately misled devotees, will angrily reject [The Amateur]. These hoodwinked liberals, who, even now, after all his failures, still, fanatically deny the obvious, deeply corrupted, ersatz, flim-flam con-artist that Obama truly is, should consider the low regard of the long line of important people who know Barack, have known him for decades, and who are telling the truth.

Nobody likes to be conned, or, even worse, to have to admit they were bamboozled by Obama. To them I recommend a sober reading of this book, and a clearheaded re-evaluation of the man who spoke of transparency, and gave them, instead, incompetency, hype, false hope, sweeping, unconstitutional power grabs, and a complete lack of leadership. – Anonymous


The “promise” of Obama in 2008 and the reality he has become in 2012. His promise of “a new direction” has turned, in three short years, into economic doldrums, from which there does not appear to be any easy escape.

And, he blames everyone except himself: he still wants to blame George Bush II for the failure of economic policies which he (Obama) instituted; his foreign policy is a disaster because he doesn’t have one (killing Osama Bin Laden is not a foreign policy); his ObamaCare is turning out to be another economic disaster the cost of which will not become known until, conveniently, 2014 when all the new taxes required to support it actually go into effect-not to mention the consequent disaster that will emanate from these taxes which will cause businesses to drop their current employee coverage, and thus force millions to pay highest medical insurance payments while being dropped by their employer. Finally, he will emasculate the nation’s energy production forcing an end to coal usage and oil usage. – Anonymous


This guy is a phony, rotten, liar who has done nothing short of ruin our country in the short period of time he has been in office. But then again I think that has been his agenda all along. Way to go Obama, you have spent more money than all of our Presidents before you. Please go away. Stop the spending – Anonymous


How does one add more debt in 3 years than all others in 230+ years? Pure, unadulterated amateurism. – Anonymous

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