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Obama Calls Trump Unfit for Office, Suggests He Won't Accept His Election

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Obama Calls Trump Unfit for Office, Suggests He Won't Accept His Election

Post by Lobo on Wed 03 Aug 2016, 4:02 pm

Obama Calls Trump Unfit for Office, Suggests He Won't Accept His Election
August 02, 2016

BEGIN TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: You know, I chuckle at the president. The president's out there, he's doing a joint press conference today with the head honcho in Singapore. 

You know this has to be planned, and even if it wasn't planned, it was gonna happen.  Obama is using the occasion of this to bash Trump out the wazoo.  One of the questions he got was about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, because that's one of the reasons for the press conference was Singapore head honcho would benefit from this, and Obama -- attempting to give that trade deal credibility -- said, "Hey, you know what? I'm president; I'm for it." 

Now, this is after he has just unloaded on Trump as indecent, as unfit, as incompetent, as dangerous.  Do you know what I watched on CNN today?  They were promoting... I don't know if it actually happened. They were promoting an upcoming roundtable between Bloomberg people and others on the question of whether Donald Trump is actually insane.  They were actually gonna have a roundtable on Trump's state of mind, whether he's sane or not! They used the word "insanity." I saw it in the graphic. 

So if people have been watching CNN in the morning, they see Obama come out and he starts going on and on and on about how Trump is unfit and he's not got the right temperament and he's unqualified, and he also said, "How can you Republicans continue to support this guy?  How can you possibly do it?"  And then to explain the lackadaisical, lackluster economy, Obama said, "Hey, you know what?  I can't help it! It's a global economy.  I really can't." 

So, we got a guy making an excuse for not being able to do something.  He didn't say in eight years he wasn't gonna be able to fix the economy 'cause it's global.  What he means is, "Hey, it's so big, it's global! Our economy is just a drop in the bucket compared to the global economy.  I can't control the global economy -- and if I can't control the global economy, I can't control the US economy." Wait a minute.  Eight years ago, the sea levels were gonna come down.

The planet was going to heal. There was gonna be love and utopia everywhere.  And, of course, none of what Obama projected -- none of what he promised -- none of the pictures he painted have come anywhere near being true.  And we have to hear how Donald Trump is unfit? After this bunch takes policies that puts weapons in the hands of Mexican drug cartels, Fast and Furious. After this bunch irresponsibly... Whatever they were doing in Benghazi blew up and four Americans died, and then they lied about why and continue to.

Now they are embarking on a campaign to sully and destroy the reputations of the surviving parents of those four, and we have to hear how Trump is unfit? We have to hear how Trump is not suitable? We have to hear how Trump is not stable or what have you? And now we have all of a sudden, the reason why our economy is growing at barely 1%, "Well, I can't help it. It's a global economy."  Wait a minute.  You were gonna control everything! You were gonna fix everything. 

Just your presence in Washington was gonna make the rest of the world bow down and agree to whatever demands or requests that you made.  What happened to all of that?  Where are the objective standards of measurement and analysis of Obama's presidency?  They don't exist.  As far as the Drive-Bys are concerned, he sounds like he's a Harvard-educated guy. He has intellectualspeak down pat. So that's all you need!

"He's smart, whatever he does. Doesn't matter how bad, doesn't matter how wrong, he's smart, and that's all we care about.  And Trump? Why, Trump's bordering on insane! Trump's uncontrollable. He's unpredictable. He doesn't know what he's talking about. He's unsuitable, he's unfit, he's ill tempered." So this is where we are.  The incumbents are making flimsy excuses for their failures while being covered by the Drive-By Media and having failures converted into success stories, all the while -- and, by the way, not complaining, 'cause everybody knew this was going to happen. 

The Trump people should have known this was gonna happen.  What do you think, Mr. Snerdley? A couple questions here. I'll ask Mr. Snerdley. What do you think of Trump saying that he fears the election's already rigged?" (interruption) You thought it was lame?  Why do you think Trump said it?  I'm asking all of you. (interruption) 'Cause he honestly does think the election's rigged.  Well, he was bouncing off what happened to Crazy Bernie, who we know was cheated.  I mean, we know. 

We've got the emails, WikiLeaks, the document dump. We know the Democrat National Committee cheated.  And, by the way, I didn't get a chance to get into this yesterday, although I intended to, that whole game, the coronation, the nomination of Hillary Rodham, that was done in 2008 after Obama won the presidency.  That deal was put together back then.

I have no doubt, folks, Debbie "Blabbermouth" Schultz being put in charge of the Democrat National Committee coming over from running parts of Obama's campaign, there's no question the fix was in, I don't care if any of you out there want to tell me I don't know what I'm talking about, you don't.  I know exactly what happened here.  I know exactly what 2008 was gonna be until Obama decided he wanted to run.  2008 was when what's happening now was supposed to happen.  Hillary was promised 2008 was hers.

They owed her.  They owed her big time for saving her husband and thus saving the Democrat Party, saving his presidency.  They owed her big time, but then they got snookered.  Obama decided he wants to run.  Now they've got a choice, the young black guy or the old Nurse Ratched.  What do we do?  And the choice was easy.  They threw Hillary overboard and she was livid.  And she still held a lot of testicles in the lockbox.  I'm telling you, she was guaranteed this year would be her nomination, and they would do whatever it took.

You want to know why Biden didn't actually run?  You wonder why only Crazy Bernie ran?  This should have been wide open.  Who do we have, we have Crazy Bernie, Jim Webb, we have that guy, O'Malley.  People said the Democrat Party didn't have a very deep bench, meaning they don't have any young talent out there. They do.  Well, they did on paper. They had the Castro brothers down there in San Antonio.  They could have repeated first black president with first Hispanic, but there's any number of Democrats out there.  Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren.  Why didn't she run?

I mean, there's any number of people out there that are much more popular than Hillary Clinton, that poll much better than Hillary Clinton, have much less baggage than Hillary Clinton.  Where were they?  Why were the debates placed on Saturday night?  Why do they want the debates now opposite NFL games?  Because Hillary can't win campaigning.  The only hope they've got, and I mean the only hope, and they appear to be pulling it off now, the only hope they've got is to destroy Trump because she cannot win this on her own.

I think what they're angling for, I think they are trying to take Trump out right now.  I think they are trying to dispirit, destroy the Trump campaign right now.  I think they are angling. I think their objective here is to see to it that it gets so bad that there aren't any debates and just cancel 'em, 'cause they can't agree to move 'em from the conflict with the NFL, people say, "Well, nobody's gonna see the debates," and rather than move the debates, just gonna decide not to do it because that would be the most beneficial thing for Hillary, is to have there be no debates.

So I may be getting a little ahead of myself there, but I'm telling you this whole thing was cooked and baked in 2000.  So they cheat.  So we've got this email dump coming, back to Benghazi, why were we there.  Trump's saying that he thinks the election's rigged.  I hope he's not making excuses.  I hope that he's not trying to evoke sympathy.  I hope that he's not saying this as a head start on explaining why he lost.  Some people think that's what he's doing.  I hope that's not what it is.  Some people think, "He can see the tea leaves, Rush. He's already established, he's getting it on paper why he lost.  He didn't lose, he was cheated out of it."  I hope that's not what's going on.

But if this is actually a political strategic move, tactical move to elicit sympathy that they hope to convert to support, that's not how politics works.  You don't get support by people feeling sorry for you, or thinking that you're the object of dirty tricks and so we're gonna really come out and defend you and promote you.  That's not how it works.  

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH:  Yeah, I got two sound bites here.  Can I...? No, I'm not gonna be able to get 'em both in.  Which one's more important?  Okay, let's just play the first one, and we'll tempt you. They're both Obama.  I was just referring to his press conference.  Here's the first sound bite that we have from it...

OBAMA:  Yes, I think the Republican nominee is unfit to serve is as president.  I said so last week, and he keeps on proving it.  This is not just my opinion.  I think what's been interesting is the repeated denunciations of his statements by leading Republicans, including the Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader, and prominent Republicans like John McCain. And the question I think that they have to ask themselves is, "If you are repeatedly having to say -- in very strong terms -- that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him?"

RUSH:  So now the pressure is being brought to bear from the White House to the Republican establishment guys who are attempting to stand firm on their principles.  Obama's now saying, "Your principles aren't worth diddly-squat 'til you condemn this guy, until you talk back and take back your endorsement." See, they're not getting any credit from the people they want credit from for this highly principled position, are they?

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH:  I'm asking myself if I can recall -- and I will ask you -- can you recall ever, in your lifetime, an incumbent outgoing president being this involved in the presidential campaign to replace him?  I can't.  I know George H. W. Bush... Well, he was running for reelection.  George W. Bush, nothing like this.  Reagan didn't get involved after his two terms.  There hasn't been any... Obama's the first Democrat two-term president in many, many moons.  So I don't remember... This is unprecedented, and I'm just...

Folks, I predicted this.  This is exactly... In fact, let me remind you. This is exactly what he's gonna do after the election.  I don't care who wins.  If Hillary starts trying to unravel what he did, this is what he's gonna do.  He's gonna call a press conference. He'll put together an event of former world leaders. He'll bring 'em to Washington under the auspices of some excuse. They'll have a meeting, and he'll go to the microphones and be interviewed.  And he's gonna comment.

If Trump wins, it's gonna be every day he's gonna be out there.  This is unprecedented what Obama did today and what he's been doing.  No president ever gets this deep.  And don't tell me that it's because Obama cares about the country.  It's not about that at all.  Obama is worried about his legacy and his agenda becoming unraveled if Trump were to win this thing.  You know, it won't take much.

If Trump were to win this thing, it won't take much to lift the veil of what's really gone on the past eight years.  The American people will be informed about what's really gone on in Washington that the media didn't tell 'em.  And I don't mean scandal.  I mean the cynicism behind everything.  I mean lifting the veil on who these people really are.  They're not the nice, sweet, thoughtful, tolerant, compassionate people.  These people in private make as much fun of gay people and African-Americans as anybody else ever has. 

And when they get caught on it, isn't it amazing how it just kind of vanishes?  "Well, they don't really mean it. Well, it was a moment in time. Maybe they had too much to drink. It's not really who they are," and so forth.  They're covered up for.  But these people are not the angels (I'm talking about leftists and Democrats) that everybody thinks they are.  They joke. They make stereotypical jokes like anybody else does.  Look at their comedians!

Except they don't think their comedians are comedians.  They think their comedians are actually policymakers! That's why they don't have any sense of humor.  They do not understand humor that is at their expense. But I'm convinced that when these people are watching The Daily Show, they aren't watching a comedy show in their minds.  They might have been laughing, but they were watching what they thought was real as representative what the Democrats Party, what progressivism is or whatever it is.

They think it's how it's implement and how it's conducted and how it's practiced, and how you go out and you destroy your enemies.  The laughter was a secondary thing.  The West Wing? Remember that TV show?  I mean, the joke was that liberals... That happened when Bush was in the White House, so there were people that made jokes that people on the left actually believed that what's-his-face, what's his name, Estevez...? What's his name? Martin Sheen was actually the president. They pretended. They lost themselves in it. 

Anyway, I'm gonna play these two Obama sound bites back-to-back rather than separate them, because they go together, and it's Obama going all-in at a press conference today with the prime minister or the president (I forget his title) of Singapore.  The president got a question during the Q&A from the CBS correspondent, Margaret Brennan.  She said, "Given the Republican nominee's recent comments about the Khan family and his statement that if president he would consider recognizing Russia's annexation of Crimea, does it make you question his fitness to be president?

OBAMA:  Yes.  I think the Republican nominee is unfit to everybody is as president.  I said so last week, and he keeps on proving it.  This is not just my opinion.  I think what's been interesting is the repeated denunciations of his statements by leading Republicans, including the Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader, and prominent Republicans like John McCain.  And the question, I think, that they have to ask themselves is: "If you are repeatedly having to say in very strong terms that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him?"  I was write in --

RUSH:  Hold it, hold it.  No, no, no.  I'm sorry.  I didn't mean to play them back-to-back.  I just mean for you to play both of them.  I want to comment on this.  Cue the second one up.  I don't doubt that some of these Republicans that he's quoting here -- McCain and Ryan and McConnell -- I mean, they're out there speaking on principle, but they're also out there trying to protect their turf.  I mean, this is insider versus outsider.  We all know what's going on. 

But one of the observations I've always made is these establishment Republicans, to me, are always seeking the approval of Democrats.  They're always seeking to be seen by Democrats as not your typical racist, sexist, bigot, homophobe Republican.  So they go out and they say things, they do things -- they propose walking across the aisle; they propose things like agreeing with the president on amnesty -- all designed to get credit from the media, from the Democrats and all that, as solid, decent people.

So here they are dutifully denouncing Trump, positioning themselves supposedly as above the fray.  And what's the result?  Obama hammers 'em!  Obama doesn't praise 'em.  Not in the end.  Obama doesn't hoist 'em up and say, "These are great guys.  You Republicans, you could be proud of any one of these guys as your president." He doesn't do that.  He calls them out.  He says, "Okay, so fine, you go out there and you say Trump's unsuited? Big whoop! How come you're still endorsing him? 

See, you can't please 'em.  You can't make 'em love you.  You can't make them say you're okay.  It never is going to happen, and that is proof of it.  I'm sure they thought that they had distinguished themselves well in their publicly stated repugnance of the nominee, Donald J. Trump.  But Obama's not having any of it.  It doesn't impress him. (impression) "Ha! (snorts) I mean, that guy keeps saying what he says, and you denounce him? Until you pull your endorsement, you aren't gonna impress me." 

Here's the next bite, and in this bite, you're gonna hear Obama essentially suggest that he will not accept a Trump presidency.

OBAMA:  I was right and Mitt Romney and John McCain were wrong on certain policy issues, but I never thought that they couldn't do the job.

RUSH:  How big of you.

OBAMA:  And had they won, I would have been disappointed, but I would have said to all Americans, "This is our president --

RUSH:  How big of you.

OBAMA: "-- and I know they're gonna abide by certain norms and --

RUSH:  How big of you.

OBAMA: " -- rules and common sense, will observe basic decency --

RUSH:  How big of you.

OBAMA: " -- will have enough knowledge about economic policy and foreign policy and our constitutional traditions and rule of law --

RUSH:  How big of you.

OBAMA:  " -- that our government will work.  And then we'll compete four years from now to to try to win an election."  But that's not the situation here.

RUSH:  Man, is this guy magnanimous!  Holy cow, is this guy really well-mannered? Did you hear that?  He, Barack Hussein the First, decrees that, "Yeah, they're okay. I wouldn't have been happy, but at least they're gonna abide by the norms and the rules and the common sense that I have.  I think these guys... Even though I think they're dog doodoo on policy -- I don't agree with a single thing they say -- they have decency.  They know enough about economic policy and foreign policy not to totally screw it up."

What arrogance!  What ribald, naked, bold arrogance, to talk about McCain and Romney this way! This is not complimentary.  This is not accommodating.  This is not inclusive.  This is not Obama saying, "You know, those guys are in the same club I'm in, and we all know together what it takes."  This is Obama saying, "Look, I'm special. I'm the most special who has ever been here.  These other chumps? Yeah, well, they wouldn't have embarrassed us very much.  We could have tolerated 'em. But this guy, Trump? There is no way." 

This is stunning. 

I mean, Obama, he actually betrayed himself for who he really is in that second bite. 

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH:  I'll tell you, folks, I've never seen anything like this in my entire life now.  Obama is completely undermining our system of government where power is passed from one party to the other or kept within the party but it's done peacefully, gracefully, cheerfully.  What's Obama gonna do if Trump wins?  Trump is unsuitable, Trump is -- what's the word?  Trump is unacceptable.  Well, what's he gonna do if Trump wins?  And, by the way, not fit? 
This is the guy that oversaw the Iranian nuclear deal that arranges for Iran to have nuclear weapons, and we release $150 billion in frozen assets that John Kerry acknowledges is going to be spent on terrorism. 

This a man who lied through his teeth how many times about Obamacare in order to get it passed, a man of the absolute worst economic recovery since 1949.  There essentially isn't one.  And Trump's unacceptable.  Romney and McCain, well, well, we can accept 'em, but, I mean, they're still no great shakes, but at least, you know, they're not insane like Trump is.  I mean, that's the inference that you are to draw from Obama's comments.  It's unprecedented.  So much is unprecedented. 

This is another reason, folks, why I was so excited. When I actually sat down and thought about it, 'cause I did, I went back, I even told a number of my friends that I was insure what I wanted to do, but time went on and I just concluded that you never know what's coming next, it's so unpredictable, anything can happen, usually does, and I tried to imagine myself, look at a day like this, not having this program.  Oh, it would be torture. 

It would be torture.  I would be calling people, "Hey, can you give me five minutes?  I gotta say something."  I'm the guy that turns down those requests now.  So I figured if I'm gonna do that, I may as well just hold onto this because it's blessing to be able to do what you're born to do and to be successful at it. I wish everybody could experience it.  

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH: You know, folks, this really is curious to me.  Obama in his press conference today -- which is to promote globalism, by the way. It's a press conference to promote the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, and he's got the head honcho from Singapore in there, and during the Q&A, it's all Trump! It's all Trump, it's all Khan, it's all this. Nothing about the TPP.  Well, there were a couple things, and look what Obama did!

He just opened up, and he made it sound like Trump is totally unacceptable, which spawns some obvious questions. "Well, if he's unacceptable, Mr. President, and he wins, what are you gonna do?  What are you gonna do if he wins?  It's November 8th, he wins the election, you got two months to go. What are you gonna do?"  But here's another thing.  You know, I ask this question frequently.  I'm gonna ask it again here. 

This arrogance exhibited by Obama today -- and just so you know what I'm talking about if you just tuned in, rather than recap this, let me find the bites.  They're number 25 and 26.  Is that right?  I've already put them in the bottom of the Stack somewhere.  Yeah, they are 25 and 26.  Let's play these again so that my comments here will be understood by those of you who didn't hear what the president said. 

The first one is in response to a question.  "Given the Republican nominee's recent comments about the Khan family and his statement that if president he would consider recognizing Russia's annexation of Crimea, does it make you question Trump's fitness for president?" 

OBAMA:  Yes, I think the Republican nominee is unfit to serve is as president.  I said so last week, and he keeps on proving it.  This is not just my opinion.  I think what's been interesting is the repeated denunciations of his statements by leading Republicans, including the Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader, and prominent Republicans like John McCain. And the question I think that they have to ask themselves is, "If you are repeatedly having to say -- in very strong terms -- that what he has said is unacceptable, why are you still endorsing him?"

RUSH: This is unprecedented, for a sitting president, incumbent, to get this deep in the campaign to replace him.  This is unprecedented.  In my lifetime, it's unprecedented.  No sitting president ever got even close to this, and Obama's just halfway finished.  But you note the device.  He's got a common device.  When he talks about his economic policies, he always has to say, "It's not just my opinion.  Leading economists from all across the spectrum also agree with me that," blah, blah, blah, blah. 

He never has the confidence to just say what he thinks. He's gotta bring these Republicans into it.  Same thing here, hey, it's not just my opinion that Trump's a dunce.  Look at McCain.  Look at Ryan.  But, see, they're not getting any credit for standing up against Trump.  Not with Obama.  Obama's still hammering them.  "Why do you still endorse 'em?"  And then, get this arrogance in this next bite. 

OBAMA:  I was right and Mitt Romney and John McCain were wrong on certain policy issues, but I never thought that they couldn't do the job. And had they won, I would have been disappointed, but I would have said to all Americans, "This is our president and I know they're gonna abide by certain norms and rules and common sense, will observe basic decency, will have enough knowledge about economic policy and foreign policy and our constitutional traditions and rule of law that our government will work.  And then we'll compete four years from now to try to win an election."  But that's not the situation here.

RUSH:  This stated arrogance on parade is unprecedented.  First, "I was right and Romney and McCain were wrong on certain policies."  What do you mean, you were right?  What in the hell have you been right about?  Romney was right 10 times more than you've been right on Russia, on the economy, on any number of things.  What do you mean, you were right and they were wrong? 

But note his bigness.  Despite the lame minds of McCain and Romney, Obama would still accept them.  They're still good enough. (imitating Obama) "I never thought they couldn't do the job, not nearly as well as I do it. I mean, they're nincompoops, but they're not bad guys. I mean, I could have tolerated 'em.  And had they won, I would have been disappointed, but I would have said to all Americans, 'It's our president, don't worry, they're not Cro-Magnons. They're gonna abide by norms and rules and common sense.  They're decent, they're not gonna whatever. They know enough about economics and foreign policy.  They're not gonna get you killed and you're not gonna starve and they respect our Constitution.'"  This guy? 

Now, my question, above and beyond my observations, why?  When I hear people go on like this, my experience, which is multifaceted and very deep, my experience is people that come at things with arrogance like this and condescension like this are one of two things:  They're either really worried about something, or they just have the worst manners on the face of the earth. 

But this is not presidential.  This is banana republic territory.  The way he's characterizing McCain and Romney.  All these guys who are sucking up to him, by the way, by denouncing Trump. What do you think the Republicans are doing, sucking up to the media, sucking up to Obama, sucking up to the Democrats, "Hey, don't associate us with this Trump maniac.  No, no.  No, no.  We want to stay in the club.  We want to stay in the establishment." 

"Yeah, well, you want to stay in the establishment, you better do more than what you're doing. You better go out there and you better withdraw your endorsement, or you're no good to me."  Fine.  So what are they worried about?  And I'll tell you what I think they're worried about.  And it's why Trump had better get back on offense fast. 

They know that Hillary Clinton is a dud as a candidate.  They know they have to take Trump out, and by that, I mean, they have got to destroy Trump's ability to maintain and increase support by attacks on his sanity, his character, competence, and all that.  I have yet to hear these people extolling the virtues of Hillary Clinton, other than the perfunctory required virtue extolment at their convention.

BREAK TRANSCRIPT

RUSH:  Trump has issued a statement responding to Obama.  Part of it is Hillary Clinton is unfit to hold office of president.  Hillary Clinton has proven herself unfit to serve in any government office.  She's reckless with her emails, reckless with Regime change, and reckless with American lives.  We need change now.  That's Trump's statement.  There's more to it, but that's all I have time to squeeze in.  

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Re: Obama Calls Trump Unfit for Office, Suggests He Won't Accept His Election

Post by fonz1951 on Wed 03 Aug 2016, 8:08 pm

wont accept his being elected as president ?????? and just exactly what does he think he's gonna do about it?

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Re: Obama Calls Trump Unfit for Office, Suggests He Won't Accept His Election

Post by BILLYB on Wed 03 Aug 2016, 9:26 pm

Didn't Obama work at Walmart before he was president ?

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Post by fonz1951 on Wed 03 Aug 2016, 10:29 pm

@BILLYB wrote:Didn't Obama work at Walmart before he was president ?
nah, walmart only hires people with an iq of over 50

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Re: Obama Calls Trump Unfit for Office, Suggests He Won't Accept His Election

Post by wciappetta on Thu 04 Aug 2016, 2:48 am

Obama is not a patriot, by his own definition he is the most unpatriotic person to covet the oval office. If 4 trillion in debt was unpatriotic so then what is adding an additional 10 trillion make Obama? A stupid Donkey .....




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