Today’s rant, a rant writ fur a rat

People have long said that pictures tell us a thousand words about the subject at hand. There was recently a very conspicuous example of just such a truth.

The President is usually a long winded fellow when he gives speeches or interviews, especially if he can talk about him self.

Obama just loves to hear himself speak and he really loves to talk about himself more than anything. By the end of September 2009, in 41 speeches, which did not including his big speech at the United Nations, B. Hussein Obama has talked about himself 1,198 to be exact. You can break it down to 1,121 “I”s and 77 “me”s.

During his speech to school children on September 8, 2009, he used 56 iterations of “I”. In January, 2010, at speech to American’s for Prosperity he did it 132 times, in one speech.

In June of 2009, at his speech to Muslim’s in Cairo Egypt, most notable for his saying, “I’m also proud to carry…greeting of peace from Muslim communities in my country: Assalaamu alaykum”, he also said, “E pluribus unum, “Out of many, one.” Did he think that the one at the end of that was meant for him, “The One”. Actually, the speech is a pretty good speech and it is quite telling about his view of the world and I would recommend that you all read it sometime. It is a little long and after reading all these speeches for this rant, “I” was getting a little cross-eyed. “I” did count 59 I’s & Me’s though.

The point of this whole thing is that maybe, just maybe, the American people are getting a little tired of these long winded wind bags in Washington. The evidence is shown here in the picture. Even the little furry critter had decided that he’d had enough and beat a hasty retreat.

Advice to those in Washington, Democrats give it a break and “listen” to the people for a change. Republicans, listen to the people and speak out against this government encroachment into our daily lives and into every aspect of it.

A running rat revealed as a repercussion regarding the repeated repetitive repertoire of the regal rat’s relapse into the redundancy of “I”. If the rat can’t take, should we?

Rant writ fur a rat

A Rant writ fur a rat

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