Political Theater and Potemkin Protesters


Obama Interrupted By Hecklers During Amnesty Speech In Las Vegas

President Obama was interrupted by hecklers during his speech in Las Vegas on Friday, as he tried to explain why he chose to act on his own to offer amnesty to illegal immigrants. “All are not qualified!” yelled one protester while supporters of the president chanted “Si Se Puede” and shouted “Viva!” and “We love you!”

As the protester continued, Obama replied, “That’s right, not everyone will qualify under this provision. That’s the truth, that’s why we’re still going to have to pass a bill.”

Obama added that his executive actions was only a “first step.”

As the protester continued shouting, Obama said “I’ve heard you … Young man I’m talking to a lot of people here, I’ve been respectful to you, I want you to be respectful to me.”

At another point in his speech on person shouted “Thank you!” to the president.

“You’re welcome,” he replied as the crowd cheered.

In Obamanation, nothing is ever what it seems. There are no accidents or coincidences. Always peek behind the curtain.

Google “Obama heckled” and you’ll get lots of hits. Scroll thru the results and you’ll see a frequent pattern.

Obama is giving a speech. At some point a heckler yells something. The heckler is rude and disruptive, but not too rude or too disruptive. The heckler is criticizing Obama from the left.

Obama gives a smooth reply. The audience cheers. Obama’s reply demonstrates that he is taking a moderate position and a reasonable strategy that recognizes political realities and constitutional limits.

The incident showcases Obama’s knowledge, intelligence, wit and leadership skills.

Am I a tin foil hat-wearing paranoid conspiracy theorist? Maybe, but this is the same Obama that regularly had women fainting at his campaign rallies until someone noticed a pattern and then it suddenly stopped.


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69 Responses to Political Theater and Potemkin Protesters

  1. HELENK3 says:

    A Time Machine Leak of B.H.Obama’s Job Exit Interview


    Barack Obama 2017The latest trend in the world of human resources is the so-called exit interview. In theory, it gives a departing employee an opportunity to express their grievances while at the same time providing useful feedback to the employer.

    While perusing the flea-market in Canton Texas, a staffer of MFNS spotted a interesting 2nd hand Time Machine, and managed to trade a pristine, played only once Grand Funk Railroad vinyl album and a badly chipped Hope and Change Coffee Mug for it. After a raucous after- hours office party at MFNS headquarters, the slightly inebriated staffer was convinced to try it out. The intrepid reporter managed to make it into the future and back successfully, and with a copy of the exit interview with the 44th President of the United States two years hence:

    Executive Branch Human Resources Dept.
    Barack H. Obama – 44th President – Jan 5, 2017:

    What is your main reason for leaving?
    “Basically, my failure in both nullifying the 2016 election and ramming through an amendment allowing me a third and fourth term, which I thought was only fair considering all my predecessors were white folks.”

    Did anything trigger your decision to leave?

    “The deadline of January 20, 2017 obviously had a lot to do with it but, getting away from those crazy Republicans and getting Joe Biden out of my hair came in a close second.”

    What was most satisfying about your job?

    “Sleeping late and being the leader of the most powerful nation on Earth……and working in a building big enough to get away from Michelle most of the day.”

    What was the least satisfying thing about your job?

    “Being made fun of by that bully Alex Putin.

    Did your job duties turn out to be as you expected?

    “A big “n o” on that one. I thought I’d be entertaining celebrities and eating good and setting a legislative agenda to help guide America’s future. I didn’t expect that I’d spend half my time meeting with foreign leaders and their fat ass wives I never heard of and couldn’t understand a word they were saying.”

    Did you receive adequate training to do your job?

    “Well, I never took lessons, but I did play with some of the best golfers in the world”

    Did you receive sufficient feedback about your performance?

    You kiddin’? Ever listen to talk radio?

    Were you able to fulfill your career goals?

    “Not really. I always wanted to be a point guard for the Knicks.”

    What would you change to make your workplace better?

    “Close down the House of Representatives and the Supreme Court. Seriously, though, how about shutting down the House and the Supreme Court?”

    Did any policies or procedures make your job more difficult?

    “Yes, the Constitution often got in the way of what I wanted to accomplish. Also, I wasn’t always a big fan of the judicial system.”

    Would you consider working again for this employer?

    “Well, obviously I can’t be President anymore, but I might try and get on at the DMV or something. But after the Ferguson riots, my Health-care reforms being overturned, the Mexicans turning on me and my party….not to mention that little thing with the male intern, I don’t think that’s going to happen.”

    Did anyone discriminate against you, harass you or cause hostile working conditions?

    “Two words….McConnell and Boehner .”

    Based on your experience, what do you think it takes to succeed in your position?

    “Probably a “coup d’etat.” Am I still allowed to say “coup d’etat”?

    What did you like most about your job?

    “The private and untraceable Internet connection on Air Force One. Man. you could stream any kind of videos you could want……if you get my drift?”

    What did you like least about your job?

    “Dealing with that frickin’ Netanyahu…. and Putin’s damn gay comments on my Facebook page…..and Pelois farting in Leadership meetings all the time….and Harry Reid’s nose hairs, and Biden babbling about the squirrels outside on the lawn…”

    Mr. President…

    …..and Michelle bitchin’ about me sneaking a smoke on the terrace… and Boehner drinking up all the oval office booze….and Valerie Jarrett kicking me under the table in cabinet meets….andBarney Frank’s naked pictures in his Christmas cards….and ”

    Mr. President!

    Before leaving, did you consider a transfer?

    “Yes, many times I considered transferring Joe Biden.”

    Do you have any tips or advice to help your replacement?

    “Yes! Replace the mattress in the White House residence. Seriously, replace it! If that thing could talk!

    Other than that, I think President-Elect Ted Cruz needs no advise from me.”

    stolen from NO Quarter

  2. HELENK3 says:


    holder’s BFFs try to buy explosives to use in ferguson .

    does anyone know if backtrack got a MS13 jacket for his executive order?

  3. HELENK3 says:

    Guantanamo Bay detainee Muhammed Murdi Issa Al-Zahrani to be released to Saudi Arabia – US Department of Defense statement
    Read more on defense.gov

    two more recruits for isis

  4. HELENK3 says:


    I think they should be allowed to set up tents on the white house grounds for the next two years. they seem to be backtrack’s kind of people

  5. Mary says:

    Ok, Klown….do I think the Obama administration is capable of placing that young man in the audience as a plant to give The One an opportunity to respond in a “wise and comforting” way?

    Absolutely. It’s how they roll.

    • piper says:

      He’s so predictable.

    • fif says:

      “I’m talking to a lot of people here, I’ve been respectful to you, I want you to be respectful to me.”

      The main objective of a heckler is to use a public forum to be disruptive, get attention and gain support. Hecklers by definition are not respectful. I can’t stand this guy – Mr. Smooth, and there’s always someone to yell “I love you.” Cannot-wait-until-2016. I don’t care who it is – anyone but this farce.

  6. HELENK3 says:


    earlier in the week there was an article that pets cause carbon dioxide.
    now it is growing food.
    so do we kill the dog and then starve ourselves?

    • piper says:

      Remove thy hand from my sweet puppy otherwise there’ll be………..

    • Constance says:

      That’s weird about blaming plants because I know they buy CO2 tanks and release the gas in indoor pot grows so the plants can use it up. Or else they let ice chests of dry ice off gas in the room to raise the CO2 level. It seems that growing crops should use up CO2.

    • WMCB says:

      We should all retreat to our mud huts and die. For #Justice

  7. HELENK3 says:

    they are sculling on the lake. I can sit here and watch them. Had a thought. watching these kids all working together to make a boat go fast and in one direction is a great lesson on cooperation

  8. piper says:

    Best Patients (from Salvenka and Obi)
    Five surgeons are discussing who were the best patients to operate on.
    The first surgeon says, ‘I like to see Accountants on my operating table because when you open them up, everything inside is numbered.’
    The second responds, ‘Yeah, but you should try Electricians! Everything inside them is color-coded.’ The third surgeon says, ‘No, I really think Librarians are the best; everything inside them is in alphabetical order.’
    The fourth surgeon chimes in, ‘You know I like Construction Workers. Those guys always understand when you have a few parts left over at the end, and when the job takes longer than you said it would.’ But the fifth surgeon shut them all up when he observed, ‘You’re all wrong. Politicians are the easiest to operate on. There’s no guts, no heart, no balls, no brains, and no spine, and there are only two moving parts – the mouth and the arsehole – and they are interchangeable.’

  9. The Klown says:

    One difference between cats and dogs: dogs will sit at your feet begging for scraps while you eat a meal, cats will jump up on the table and try to take it from you.

    • HELENK3 says:

      cats own the world and just let humans and dogs exist in it

    • SHV says:

      Lola (the cat) has it down to an art. She slowly extends a single, right, index claw and a large piece of meat is suddenly transported from plate to table, floor, etc.

    • swanspirit says:

      My granddaughters yellow lab puppy Simba , needs some serious training in the area of not jumping on the table and taking your food . Evidently he is an early good jumper . And he had better learn before my daughter loses her mind

    • Constance says:

      Well, I hate to be the one to bring this up but isn’t it getting about time for your kitty boys to have a certain surgery? Maybe that will mellow out the aggressiveness some.

  10. The Klown says:

  11. fif says:

    This is interesting. I think people have lost complete trust in the media so we don’t know if anything we hear is true or not:

    Sold-out Cosby show goes ahead amid sex assault claims


    • fif says:

      Though this is a disturbing attitude (if he did rape someone it’s not just his personal business):

      “It’s his personal life, and I don’t really care,” said Melbourne resident Russ McDonald, 62, a retired teacher.

      • elliesmom says:

        Until the man is charged and found guilty, he’s innocent. Unlike Roman Polanski, Cosby is only being tried in the court of public opinion. When charges are brought, then we’ll see. If they never are, I’ll give Mr. Cosby the benefit of the doubt. Let the man go to work and do his job. Would we keep a carpenter from working because a women said he raped her 30 years ago?

        • Some of us would certainly think twice about hiring him. YMMV.

          • The Klown says:

            There is a difference between hiring someone and allowing them to work.

          • Yes, there is. And buying a ticket to his show is like hiring him in the aforementioned scenario. And if Cosby has a sold out show, he is being allowed to work.

            FTR, I’m not nit picking anyone. I just don’t feel the need to pick a side in the Cosby Wars.

        • lyn says:

          Here is what Hannibal Buress said in his Cosby routine:

          “It’s even worse because Bill Cosby has the fuckin’ smuggest old black man persona that I hate,” Buress said. “He gets on TV, ‘Pull your pants up black people, I was on TV in the 80s! I can talk down to you because I had a successful sitcom!’ Yeah, but you rape women, Bill Cosby, so turn the crazy down a couple notches.”

          “I guess I want to just at least make it weird for you to watch Cosby Show reruns,” Buress says later. “I’ve done this bit on stage and people think I’m making it up…. when you leave here, google ‘Bill Cosby rape.’ That shit has more results than ‘Hannibal Buress.'”

          Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/ticket/2014/10/17/hannibal-buress-bill-cosby-rapist/#EXthBOYstwuxGBRs.99

          I still like Dr. Huxtable, but I don’t have to like the man who played him. Buress knocked out Cosby’s TV comeback and silenced him. Mission accomplished.

          • elliesmom says:

            See, it’s the silencing him part that makes me uncomfortable about all of this. Did he really rape anyone or was this a way to get Bill Cosby to sit down and shut up? Because there does seem to be a real trend in discrediting black people who stray from the party line. And women who don’t conform to the left’s view. It’s effective, and that’s damn scary.

          • swanspirit says:

            Here is my problem with the Cosby rape victims . In my experience , working with rape victims , most of the victims are traumatized by their rapist .So much so , and this included victims who had been drugged ; that they were extremely avoidant of their rapist. They did not wish to encounter them , confront them , or even have to see them in court. They do not ordinarily hang around for a few weeks , continue to take drugs and drink , and then leave with a large check in their hands . That just doesn’t feel right for a rape victim , not the most of the ones I have worked with , or even read about . Something just doesn’t fit ; in those stories .
            Sometimes, when I read their stories , they don’t sound very terribly different than some groupies that hung out with rock stars . I am not saying he didn’t cross lines or even commit crimes , but he has not been convicted, and no charges have been brought. And it bothers me a great deal that a 31 year old A.A. comedian wants to shut him up . That bothers me too .That is my POV. YMMV

          • lyn says:

            I was accused of defending men who abuse women by a FB “friend” when I just stated how I felt about this. I questioned why women would be alone with a married man in the first place. I also suggested that Karma did get Cosby with the murder of his son. The only person who won in this is Hannibal Buress for knocking out Cosby’s TV comeback and his conservative voice in the AA community. I doubt Buress did it for the women whom Cosby allegedly drugged and raped. Buress did it because he said he hated Cosby.

          • 1539days says:

            Buress is full of crap anyway. If telling brothers to pick up their pants is so offensive to him, why isn’t he attacking Barack Obama, who said it in 2008? Why isn’t he spreading the rumors about Obama getting BJs from old White men in Chicago?

            We know why. Obama is on the protected list and Cosby is off it.

  12. HELENK3 says:


    this is a pretty interesting article

    the one thing I am getting out of the ferguson thing is why bother with a grand jury? just convict first and ask questions later.
    the holder dept of crime and the backtrack bunch keep fueling this narrative and they are supposed to believe in the rule of law

    • 1539days says:

      Why convict him? They should drag him out into the street and shoot him.

      It’s not justice. It’s SOCIAL justice. Otherwise known as mob rule.

  13. HELENK3 says:

    this is just awesome

    • leslie says:

      How amazing. I was thinking of this speech recently. It was Cicero’s speech against Cataline. I gave that speech in a oratory competition when I was in high school. (in Latin)
      If you watch this on youtube, you will see such hate toward Senator Cruz from such ignorant people. Wow.

  14. HELENK3 says:

    Photo: A steady stream of visitors at John F. Kennedy’s gravesite and Eternal Flame memorial in Arlington National Cemetery, on the 51th anniversary of his death – @annecronin

    JFK was the first president I voted for

      • elliesmom says:

        When my mom found herself glued to the TV set for several days, she needed something to keep her hands busy so she started crocheting an edge on a linen handkerchief. She didn’t stop until the funeral ended. It is absolutely gorgeous. I have it now, and I know the significance of it. I don’t know if it will be more than a pretty hankie to my kids. 😦

        • HELENK3 says:

          I was in a corner grocery when the news broke. I ran home and called my husband at his work. I will never forget that whole weekend.
          Too me he was the last Democratic president worth any respect. There was never any doubt that he loved this country and wanted all of us to work together to make her the best she could be

  15. The Klown says:

    I hope they try.

  16. HELENK3 says:


    this article should be bookmarked and read once a week just to remind us what we have and have to fight to keep.

    when illegally becomes law

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