The Butthurt – Day II

“I do not believe, and I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I do not believe that the president loves America. He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up through love of this country.”Rudy Giuliani

The former mayor of New York City rocked the political world the other night with a few choice words spoken at a private party that wasn’t really so private after all. Last night, he doubled down. Asked by Megyn Kelly if he wanted to apologize for his comment, Rudy G said, “Not at all, I want to repeat it.”

Needless to say, Obama supporters in and out of the media were butthurt and offended. They spent the whole day yesterday tracking down ever Republican officeholder and potential candidate to ask them what they thought of Giuliani’s remarks.

I guess the truth hurts.

Here’s the thing – Rudy Giuliani is a loose cannon. He’s always been that way, and he has a long, “colorful” history of saying stuff that gets some people upset. That’s why the media loves him.

All he did this time is say something that a lot of people think. Of course none of those people are in the media. If the media was more diverse and less insular they would realize that most people either agree with Rudy or aren’t offended by what he said.

Yesterday the Democrats unleashed a new hashtag to take advantage of the kefluffle – #ObamaLovesAmerica. They really should know better by now, because Twitter comedians immediately hijacked it and began to have fun.


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120 Responses to The Butthurt – Day II

  1. Myiq2xu says:

    Attacking private citizens is still okay:

  2. Myiq2xu says:

    • Somebody says:

      Is that Eric Boehlert guy on acid or something? WTF? What right wing terror in America? What’s worse is the DHS focusing on this as the biggest threat while the DHS head says his job is to “Give voice to the plight of the Muslim”……WTF? I swear I think Neville Chamberlain had more balls than most of the people in this administration, definitely more than Obama or Kerry.

      Much of the supposed “right wing terror” were encounters with LE that went awry. By that measure I’m going to assume Michael Brown was a right wing terrorist. 2017 can’t come soon enough!

    • 49erDweet says:

      To be fair, there IS some idiotic “Sovereign Citizen” activity going on. The difference is cops generally know who they are and can usually prep to handle them. Not so with jihadists.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    True story😉

    • piper says:

      Totally agree! You know that obama has / had relatives all over the world sorta like the uncle who liberated Auschwitz – perhaps a cousin twice removed or another uncle on his mother’s side is leading or advising ISIL. Can’t say anything bad about the relatives to John Q. Public.

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  7. piper says:

    Thanks for allowing me to post without a trip to the dungeon because I ate all the delicious brownies and drank the coffee. Must restock soon.
    I’m off for the day – wishing all a warm and comfy day.

  8. Myiq2xu says:

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    • Somebody says:

      The problem is they don’t have a cause, unless you consider defending thugs that attack police a cause. Enough already!

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think they blocked one too many highways and disturbed one too many diners. Like the OWS, buh bye.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Good Ridance to bad garbage. 🙂

      • 49erDweet says:

        When the public looks too long and closely at “green pastures” they eventually realize they’ve been overlooking a whole bunch of bull manure, and lose interest.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I’ll support a good ole protest movement if I can understand what they’re protesting. Neither OWS or #BlackLivesMatter gave me a clue. I was told to “wait for it” (the message) for OWS and the black lives being snuffed out in Chicago didn’t seem to matter to Sharpton’s crew.

      • lizzy says:

        NY OWS got lucky-the winter was quite mild. People are not so interested in protesting if snow and ice are on the ground and the temperature is -4 degrees.

  10. Somebody says:

    You’re correct Rudy is a loose cannon, but you know he’s right on this one and I’m glad he didn’t try to backtrack on his comment. I hope the rest of the GOP doesn’t cower and shrivel, but I won’t hold my breath.

    I think many of us have had that sense about Obama, it’s not a birther thing either. Obama doesn’t seem to think very highly of the USA, he sees all the problems and never sees anything good, except perhaps his election. He does apologize for the US and even demeans the US. You don’t set out to fundamentally change something you love, because if you feel it needs to be fundamentally changed you probably don’t love it too much to begin with. Would you want to date someone that said “Hey baby you’re great, but let’s change your looks and everything else about you”?

    I agree with Rudy it probably goes back to Obama’s upbringing, but there is probably more to it than Frank Marshall Davis or Jeremiah Wright.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Man, they’re sure beating up Rudy on twitter …. he married his cousin! he cheated on all his wives! he can’t know anything about LOVE ! (and that’s just the media feeds). I’ve yet to see one defend Obama’s love for his country😀

      • Somebody says:

        So poke the bear and ask them to defend Obama’s love of country, I bet they can’t.

        • leslie says:

          Yes. PLEASE Poke That Bear. I can’t twitter from work – ever. If it’s still going on when I get home tonight. I’ll do some poking myself.😉

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Rudy DIDN’T say that Obama HATES America, he just Obama DOESN’T LOVE it.

      I think Obama considers himself a citizen of the world and doesn’t think America and/or Americans are anything special.

      • lizzy says:

        Now with global industries he doesn’t even respect us as his meal ticket. I guess his favorite fat cats control the wealth until he can con them out of it. He just don’t love us.

  11. mothy67 says:

    Posted this last night but in case you missed it an arrest warrant has been issued in Kentucky for Elsa
    Suspect is a blonde female last seen wearing a long blue dress and is known to burst into song ‘Let it Go!’ As you can see by the weather she is very dangerous”

  12. swanspirit says:

    These butthurtin’ kids want to have their cake, eat it and shove it in your face too . And they want you to like it .
    They touted the fact that Obama was an “exotic” when he was running for office. And the fact is, he wasn’t raised as a typical American kid, playing baseball, eating hot dogs, going to church on Sunday and attending American schools. He was in Indonesia until he was ten, and then Hawaii. His mother was an atheist . He had to be almost bullied into wearing a flag pin when he was running for the highest office, and we all know that was a political decision, not a gesture from the heart. I could go on but we have all been down that road and know the landmarks.
    But if you point that out, then you are a RAYCYST

    Guiliani was expressing a feeling , that a great many Americans have , and probably quite a few people from all around the globe are scratching their heads about. He doesn’t have the typical American responses to things that call for reactions; especially reactions from the POTUS
    Hell, some of his responses aren’t even close to human.

    And it seems his classic response to everything is to give a speech, which means he gets to hear himself talk, which he loves. And he is bound and determined to defend his “Muslim faith” ( he said that once in an interview). I think even if he isn’t actually Muslim, he identifies so strongly with it , feels so strongly about it because his father was ( in name only evidently ) that he cannot bring himself to identify anything Muslim as bad, so he equivocates and says, ” well if you are a bad Muslim you aren’t really a Muslim . He doesn’t have that problem with Christianity. If you are a bad Christian , well damn your soul to hell ( in the gospel according to Obama) , for picking on the poor Muslims.

    We aren’t exactly feeling the love from Obama , because there isn’t any. It is all for himself .

    And right now he is one frustrated narcissist.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Obama’s the classic “wife beater”. He blames her (USA, critics) for all his problems and don’t you dare talk (hit) back because you don’t want to make him madder (IRS). Just give him your money (donors) and support (votes) and never say a harsh word (media) about him. If you ask for help (local Reps and Senators) he’ll just deny it and blame it on someone (Bush, GOP Congress) else. In the meantime, he prefers to vacation (Palm Springs) without you while wooing other women (ISIS, illegal immigrants). Obama’s a control freak and that’s not love.

      You betcha’ Rudy was right.

      • swanspirit says:

        Textbook abuser, and Americans are looking for a shelter. Even worse, he knows he is on the way out, and that Congress isn’t on his side. I expect him to act out more , the closer he gets to the end of his term .

    • Somebody says:

      Swan and Denise great comments spot on…….except one little problem with yours Swan.
      Obviously we can’t be sure if the dog Obama ate was hot, but that’s no reason to pick on him about it……..he still ate dog.

  13. foxyladi14 says:

    Net he is throwing a big Hissy fit over this. 😆

  14. HELENK3 says:

    all that needs to me said

  15. HELENK3 says:

    msm rushes to defend backtrack’s honor

    there are two words that do not belong in the same sentence backtrack and honor
    msm’s impossible dream

  16. HELENK3 says:

    Source tells CNBC that there is no West Coast port deal in place, despite earlier reports – @CNBCnow

  17. HELENK3 says:

    brought this up from downstairs

  18. Somebody says:

    OT….I would like to curse the girl scouts and the little brat across the street that sold me crack disguised as thin mint cookies.

  19. lildoggy4u says:

    I watched Part 6 of The Roosevelts last night. It involved the Nazis beginnings and our isolationist viewpoint while Europe was falling. It told how Roosevelt was secretly talking to Churchill for a year before anybody was aware of it while he was deciding how to get Americans burnt out from WW1 and the depression to recognize the need to join in the fight. That didn’t happen until Pearl Harbor.
    All through the episode I kept thinking of our current president and how different their views of America and the world were. I felt that Obama didn’t know history very well and he couldn’t care less.
    You have to wonder if he didn’t bother to watch this show since he seems to think he knows a better way. All I saw was history repeating itself except we don’t have any effective leadership now and feet we’re in a whole heap of trouble.
    Then there is the comparison of Eleanor and Michelle – I can’t even go there.

  20. Myiq2xu says:

    • 49erDweet says:

      Once again the US media strains to produce pablum out of horse manure. Instead of reporting on and analyzing the story, they crucify the commenter. Typical for third world press, BTW.

  21. Myiq2xu says:

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Just as with Chris Christie, the stature and influence of Rudy Giuliani is more of a media creation than an actual fact. Rudy Giuliani had one moment of glory following 9-11, but that never translated into political influence or higher office.

      Rudy Giuliani is unemployed, lives in NYC and is willing and eager to appear in the media. Best of all (from a media standpoint) he says lots of quotable and controversial stuff. But if you get outside the NYC-DC political media bubble nobody really gives a shit what Rudy Giuliani says or does.

      • 1539days says:

        He has a job. He does those infomercials for LifeLock with Montel Williams.

        Even before 9/11, Rudy was the guy who increased the quality of like in NYC by going after the street crime and rousting the squeegee guys as a way to reduce overall crime. Liberals bitched about him taking the character out of the city, which was kind of sketchy at the time.

  22. HELENK3 says:

    have no idea what this is but it sounds like people should know about it

    US Department of Homeland Security advises Lenovo customers to
    uninstall ‘Superfish’ software; says it makes PCs vulnerable to attack –

  23. DeniseVB says:

    They caught the “NAACP Bomber” in Colorado ! ((gigglesnort, he was targeting the tax office in the same building))

  24. DandyTIger says:

    Does someone who says they were never proud of their country all their life, until their husband got elected president, love their country? I would say no. And if Obama as Senator was married to someone who had never been proud of her country, for her entire life, how could he be proud and love his country? I’d guess he wasn’t proud either. I think it’s a reasonable assumption based on both of their statements through the years, that they don’t love their country.

  25. HELENK3 says:

    why can’t Rudy say backtrack does not love America?

  26. Myiq2xu says:


    The progressives have a lot of problems with America. That is the entire point of their politics: They don’t like what America is, and wish to change it.

    This is what it means to be “progressive” — you want to move away from what actually exists.

    Conservatives, by and large, defend the current order, because they like it, and do not wish to “fundamentally transform” America.

    This is what it means to be “conservative” — one conserves, or keeps, what already exists.

    Progressives play this game where they launch nothing but nasty Marxist Critiques upon America, agitating for the country to remake itself entirely, but want to claim simultaneously: We love America as much as anybody.

    Oh you most certainly do not! Definitionally, you do not: One who “loves” with a long list of caveats and criticisms does not love as much as someone who loves completely (or with a much shorter list of caveats and criticisms).

    Furthermore, progressives take patriotism itself to be a the sanctimony of the unsophisticated. Or, as Oscar Wilde called it, “the virtue of the vicious.”

    Progressives, when they’re speaking honestly (that is, when they’re not speaking in front of TV cameras), love to lampoon their fellow countrymen’s unsophisticated, stupid, and obese love of country.

    They have in fact defined themselves as being Those who are too smart to buy into this “patriotism” nonsense.

    Want proof? When a progressive wants to show off to other progressives and collect acclaim, he let’s it rip precisely how stupid he thinks people are who love their country.

    Remember this? This is the clip Aaron Sorkin used to sell his show to progressives as Must See entertainment.

    I assume Aaron Sorkin knows something about what attracts progressives to a TV show.

    Did you guys see Anchorman 2? Not very good at all. What was the major target skewered by that film? Well, according to nasty progressive Adam McKay, they sought to skewer the “phony patriotism” on Fox News and such.

    He includes the word “phony,” but is are there any expressions of patriotism he’d credit as not phony?

    I don’t think so. I think he’d say that Marxist critiques of America are the “real patriotism,” because real patriotism consists of hating your fellow countrymen’s guts and thinking them barely advanced above the Morlocks.

    So we keep playing this insipid game, wherein people who actively, loudly loathe the nation mock patriotism when the cameras aren’t on them but then when they’re speaking publicly want to be credited as “loving America as much as anyone.”

    And then, of course, establishment sell-out Republicans who are, get this, progressives in all meaningful ways (such as class affinity and class allegiance), swear that their progressive friends/employees/sex partners/side pieces are totally patriotic and that any Republican questioning this is himself Totally Unpatriotic.

    Enough of the game. Your entire politics is based upon resentment towards the existing American order and a hatred of current American mores. Get the fuck out of here with your insistence that I credit you as “loving America.”

    And Obama is the absolute worst. He is explicitly — he has told interviewers this, and David Axelrod writes about it in his book — pursuing a “Bulworth” agenda by which he will Tell Americans how wrong they are about virtually everything, and yet the media needs the fainting couch when you point out that one is generally not said to be “in love with” people for whom one has nothing but complaints and critiques.

    Fuck ’em all.


  27. HELENK3 says:

    this bunch is getting on my last nerve.
    when they are out of office, go through dept by dept and get rid of the nits

  28. DeniseVB says:

    WaPo praises Rubio while getting a jab at Guiliani and Walker……….

    Here’s the statement so you don’t have to click on the link:

    I don’t feel like I’m in a position to have to answer for every person in my party that makes a claim. Democrats aren’t asked to answer every time Joe Biden says something embarrassing, so I don’t know why I should answer every time a Republican does. I’ll suffice it to say that I believe the President loves America; I think his ideas are bad.

  29. DeniseVB says:

    So our former Virginia First Lady is going to prison for a year for accepting baubles from a shyster snake oil salesman, yet Hillary gets a pass ?

    Sidebar: Chelsea gets a 5 million dollar a year salary from the Foundation. I’m sure she’s worth every cent.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      SP spent too much money on professional attire to wear campaigning – what we peons call work. All the stuff MO has accepted? Silence and MO goes for a more — recreational — look.

      The current governor of the Old Dominion is said to have some far more interesting connections than his predecessor. The more youthful and fun-loving outgrowth of the old cement shoes/swims with the fishes variety.

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