Good Grief. Now Obama Blames the Founding Fathers For His Failures (Video)

Barack Obama tried a new tactic this morning. Instead of blaming George W. Bush he blamed the Founding Fathers for his failures.
It’s their fault.

Well at least he didn’t call them – the Fondling Fathers – like his pastor did.

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  • Multitude

    Hannity and the right are still misreading this. Obama is not “blaming his failure on the founders,” he is building the case for second revolution. “The constitution’s just in the way of all we have to do to make things better. I’m doing all I can, but when a dusty, dead white man’s collection of 230+ year old ideas are obstructing what we need to do to make this country successful, we’re ultimately going to have to get rid of that obstruction.”

    This is the rationale for Second Revolution. Obama’s just building the case.

    Sheesh… some times it seems like I’m the only one here who’s studied Lenin, Mao, Marx, Badiou and Zizek. :)

  • jony101

    he sounds like hugo chavez, but hugo changed the constituition for his personal pleasure.

  • Adi

    Pooir Him, the Founding Fathers have laid down the plot especially to obstruct Him.

    Isn’t He such a pooir victim of centuries old nefarious plot? Isn’t He special?

    When His head will be sculpted on Mt Rushmore anyways? Clearly He “deserves” it, and it is all about “deserving” these days, isn’t it?

  • bg


    Palin: Happy Birthday, President Reagan

    Palin Named Woman of the Year by
    Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute..

    Reagan’s Message Today Would Be Optimistic

    [Since today is his birthday, it is a good time to remember that Ronald Reagan was an eternal optimist. He believed in America, and he believed in the American people. Despite the vicious attacks from the left and even from the Republican establishment, he always soldiered forward, determined to carry the message of freedom. It is a lesson for those of us today who are fighting the battle for the tea party movement. There are setbacks from time to time, but we are right on the issues, and the future will be ours if we can show the same dedication to the cause that we saw from Ronald Reagan.]

    “A Time for Choosing” by Ronald Reagan


  • Rock

    Pretty much all we need to know about this POS. Now if those who have the power would exercise it to rid the nation of this hyphenated traitor, maybe the Country could get on with turning this obamanation around.

  • bg


    Breaking Free From The Constitution

    [Mr. Obama’s comments take a turn from discussing the historical record. Unprovoked he laments that the Supreme Court “could not break free from the essential constraints placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution.” He further describes the Constitution as “a charter of negative liberties.” This is at odds with the preamble to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.]

    Obama: Framers Constitution reflected “Fundamental Flaw”


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  • Obama’s Magic Kool Aid

    Its the fault of the people who bitterly cling to their Constitution, founding fathers, religion, and guns. Counter revolutionaries all!

  • lizzy84

    This evil POS is the change the stupid people voted for.
    Scary…absolutely scary.

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  • CO2HOG™

    2001 Obama WBEZ Interview Redistribution Wealth Warren Court:

  • bg


    lizzy84 #9 February 6, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    no, what’s scary is WHY he can do & say what he does with impunity..

    HE IS NOT ALONE = “we the people” are.. :-(


  • The Bishop

    I want to second Obama. The constitutionally mandated terms of office is not allowing us conservatives to change things as rapidly as we would like either.

  • bg


    CO2HOG™ #11 February 6, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    thank you for posting that video..

    having trouble accessing it via the link provided..

    via: #6 February 6, 2012 at 9:45 pm bg

    re: Breaking Free From the Constitution

    [Obama’s Views of the Warren Court

    The You Tube clip presents his personal views on the Warren Court
    of fifty years ago as a court that did not go far enough. He refers to
    a tragedy that the Warren Court ultimately found itself bound by the
    constraints placed upon it by the founding fathers. He seems to have
    found it unfortunate that the Supreme Court followed the Constitution.
    The Constitution has historically stood as a constraint upon government
    action as Mr. Obama said. He seems to lament that the court would not
    read into the Constitution a redistributive philosophy that he apparently


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  • Ryan

    Well, it has to be somebody’s fault and it certainly can’t be his. Still, you would think that the former constitutional law professor might have known about that system of checks and balances and limited government the founding fathers put into place before he became president.

  • StrangernFiction

    It CAN happen here and it IS happening here.

  • illiniguy

    About due for the Reichstag fire…..

  • Rock

    Ryan commented
    Still, you would think that the former constitutional law professor might have known about that system.

    I suspect he only studied it to find its weakness, so as to destroy it. The man is not an American patriot, but nothing more than a wannabe dictator.

  • http://none tommy mc donnell

    yep the founding fathers got it all wrong. marx, engels, and lenin got it right.

    by the way has there ever been a communist country with income equity?