This is from the U.K.Daily Mail.

A typical Chicago street thug comment.

Barack Milhous Capone Kardashian is the king of BS.

I will celebrate when this classless thug gets fired.

Then Barack and his shaved Wookie Moochelle are bask in Chicago.


When asked whether he had a message for a six-year-old supporter, President Barack Obama took the opportunity to describe his opponent Mitt Romney as ‘a bulls***ter’.

The extraordinary comment – most mainstream media outlets decline to print such a word – came at the end of an interview with ‘Rolling Stone‘ when Obama was asked one of the softest softball questions ever lobbed at him.

As he left the Oval Office, Eric Bates, executive editor of ‘Rolling Stone’, told Obama that he had asked his six-year-old if there was anything she wanted him to say to the president and she had responded: ‘Tell him: You can do it.’
According to Bates, Obama grinned and said: ‘You know, kids have good instincts. They look at the other guy and say, “Well, that’s a bull***tter, I can tell.”‘

The interview was conducted on October 11th – eight days after he had been humiliated by Romney in the first presidential debate in Denver and faced strident criticism from the Left that he had not challenged questionable statements by his opponent.

Ten days after the ‘Rolling Stone’ interview, Obama was decidedly more high-minded at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial dinner in New York.

‘I particularly want to thank Governor Romney for joining me, because I admire him very much as a family man and a loving father, and those are two titles that will always matter more than any political ones,’ he said at the dinner.

‘So we may have different political perspectives, but I think — in fact, I’m certain — that we share the hope that the next four years will reflect the same decency and the same willingness to come together for a higher purpose that are on display this evening.’

The quotation was first reported by Politico’s Mike Allen in his Playbook column.

He managed to get his hands on a copy of the magazine’s forthcoming cover story, Douglas Brinkley’s ‘Obama and the Road Ahead’.

When he announced his candidacy in a video in February 2007, Obama called for ‘a different kind of politics’. In part, his historic 2008 presidential was built around a call for more civil, bipartisan brand of politics.

But in the closing stages of a desperately close 2012 campaign, Obama is portraying Romney as a liar who cannot be trusted.

The ‘bullsh**er’ comment is an extension of the ‘Romnesia’ jibe that has become a staple of Obama’s stump speech.

‘Romnesia’ is is the word the Obama campaign uses to describe Romney’s supposed tendency to forget his past stands on issues.

In Tampa on Thursday, Obama said Romney’s economic policies were the same that ones that under the Bush administration led to the great recession.

‘He’s hoping you won’t remember … He’s hoping you’re going to come down with a severe case of Romnesia just before you cast your ballot.’

Chuckling and listing the symptoms, he said: ‘You can’t remember what you just said last week, you start thinking Governor Romney wanted to save the auto industry, there’s a sudden fuzziness about what’s on your web site.’

He added, to cheers and laughter: ‘Don’t worry. This is a curable condition and Obamacare covers pre-existing conditions.’

Rick Santorum faced criticism when in March when he told a ‘New York Times’ reporter challenging him on a rope line: ‘This is bull***t’. Obama supporters reacted with outrage at his language.

One stated; ‘A good Christian would never speak like that.’ Another said: ‘I’m very disturbed about example Santorum’s language is setting for our children.’

Salty language, of course, is very common in politics – among Democrats and Republicans. It may be that Obama believed his comment was off the record. It is a common practice for journalists to keep taping at the end of an interview as the interviewee relaxes and makes small talk.

When Obama achieved passage through Congress of his signature healthcare reform in March 2010, Vice President Joe Biden was picked up by a microphone saying into the president’s ear: ‘This is a big f***ing deal.’

The Democratic Party seized on the loose-lipped utterance as a positive, producing ‘Health Reform is a BFD’ t-shirts.


It remains to be seem whether the Obama campaign will start making ‘Romney is a Bull***tter’ merchandise int he closing days of the election.


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