Robert Ringer

Taking Obama Seriously

By Robert Ringer - Tuesday, September 18, 2012

As I read Dinesh D’Souza’s latest masterpiece, Obama’s America, it occurred to me that there really are two Americas.  I’m not talking about John Edwards’ political exploitation scam about rich versus poor.

What I’m referring to is that, in the broadest sense, there are two camps in America when it comes to how people view Barack Obama.  Sure, there are those who hate him and those who love him. There are those who think he was born in Kenya and those who believe he was born in Hawaii.  And so on.

But there is one, overriding way of dividing up Americans when it comes to how they view Obama.  On the one side are those who take him seriously — not just communists/ Marxists/socialists/progressives/liberals, but most Republicans and conservatives as well.

Many conservatives hate Barack Obama, yet still pay homage to him.  They respectfully refer to him as “President Obama” (something I’m proud to say I have never — ever — done) and act ever so serious as they debate those on the left about whether his latest words or actions are good or bad policy.  It’s the kind of stuff you see on the oh-so-boring Fox News panels every night.

In other words, most of those on both the left and the right are in agreement on one thing:  that Barack Obama, no matter how flawed he may be, is a serious, legitimate president with serious, legitimate concerns about how to best “help the middle class,” “get the economy moving again,” “strengthen our national defense” … blah, blah, blah.

Then there’s the rest of us — a distinct minority — who believe that Barack Obama is a total fraud.  Meaning that we don’t take him seriously in any way, shape, or form.

We don’t believe for a second that he wants to “get the economy moving”; we believe he wants to destroy the economy.

We don’t believe for a second that he wants to protect America from foreign threats; we believe he wants reduce America’s power and influence in the world.

We don’t believe for a second that he wants to reduce unemployment; we believe that he wants to increase unemployment and thereby make more people dependent on the government.

Based on the evidence (which, for crying out loud, is all over the Internet, not to mention in scores of well-researched books), and, even more important, based on his two “autobiographies” and his own long list of verbal slips (his “spread the wealth around” comment to Joe the Plumber, his “After my election, I have more flexibility” comment to Russian president Dmitri Medvedev, his “You didn’t build that” comment in a campaign speech, etc.), it is nothing short of stupefying to those of us in the minority as to why conservatives play along with pretending as though Barack Obama is a serious, legitimate president harboring serious, legitimate concerns about America’s future.

Win or lose on November 6, at some point in the not-too-distant future, the world is going to find out who Barack Obama really is, and everyone other than the locked-in 43 percent or so who want socialism (or communism) foisted upon the United States is going to be shocked.

And when that happens, you and I will be asking those same naïve, uninformed souls, “What took you so long to figure it out?  And, by the way, it’s too late now to undo the damage he’s done.”

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47 Responses to “Taking Obama Seriously”

  1. Richard says:

    Another magnificent column. Your insights into the real Obama are spot on. You are also right in that most U.S. citizens will not recognize the true Marxist until it is too late.

    • Matt says:

      Insights? All he did was spout off a bunch of unsupportable and ludicrous opinions, magically derived from general comments all politicians make. This guy's opinions are the political equivalent of a unicorn hunt! Not a single fact cited, and yet you accept it unquestioningly.

  2. reunion says:

    so the run of the mill exceptional americans don't recognize what the truly exceptional exceptional americans do…yeah, right……

    the titular head of fraud inc. is a…fraud. "guffaw" was invented for such slapstick slapdash…….

    • BLH557 says:

      If by "exceptional exceptional" you mean "able to fool many voters with a single bound", you're right. If not, you are, as I've come to suspect, an "enlightened" total moron with too much time on his hands and an electronic thesaurus (or is it theo-saurus).

      • reunion says:

        usual suspect, usual suspicions, benighted…who is keyser soze? you'll never know…..

        • Alice In Wonderland says:

          "who is keyser soze? you’ll never know….."

          Probably not, but the seeds you plant today may yet take root tomorrow, reunion.

          Minds which have not broken free from the clutches of the franchised press will never become fertile enough to understand the better alternative. Does anybody reading this actually believe that the amerikan MSM is a free press and not merely franchised like a Burger King or McDonalds?

          A diet of junk food results in junky health. Correspondingly, junk news is for a junk mind. Fox Junk News parroted by junkies is what I've been reading here, and more junk will be forthcoming— I'm sure………

          Regarding BHO:


          The audio/video of this quote is posted up on Drudge, or you can follow the link if it doesn't get scrubbed:
          Mostly, I find it unnecessary to criticize BHO (aka HBO) because he is such an obscene, stinking fraud that anybody who is not a government dependent-zombie—with their nose rotted off from brown-nosing for government redistribution of stolen goods and services—can already smell how bad BHO stinks—all the way up to high heaven— without me having to point it out. Even Fox Fiat Junk News junkies know BHO is "bad". The junkies don't know the whole truth, but they at least get some kind of half-truth mixed with junk, which seems to be enough to partly clue them in……..

  3. David Hill says:

    Old English Sheepdog

    The very first act of Obama in the Whitehouse was to remove the bust of Winston Churchill and sent it back to the UK is the first clue; Churchill's view on socialism is well known; to the unwashed and witless that there is a wolf in sheeps clothing, et al, setting up shop in the Whitehouse. From that point on the U.S. is slip sliding and heading for hell in a handbasket. What say you, oh [so] Nobel Peace Prize committee?

  4. Marte says:

    I take him seriously – as a serious threat to America and our way of life.

    He is simply scary.

  5. The Resolute Voice says:

    Great column once again, but I doubt your warnings will be heeded although I hope enough people will wake up by November to discard this unknown President.

    The current scenario reminds me of nothing less than the atmosphere in Germany in the mid-to- late 1930's when Hitler came to power in almost the same fashion with media hype and media collusion and propaganda and threats from all corners not to undermine the "dream" of a 1000-year Reich.

    If one didn't support the Nazis and Hitler then, well…. you were not truly German or were plotting to overthrow him, etc. You either went along or ended up dead or in a concentration camp or in political “retraining’ in the basement of Gestapo headquarters, or were spied on and ostracized even by your own family until you "learned" better. Hitler's goals were cleverly presented as "good" for Germany, even when they were obviously evil. His plan was to take Germany through the looking-glass and willingly.

    And just as we're seeing today, then there were too many politicians and businesspeople who thought Hitler was a savior, i.e., Chamberlain, Joe Kennedy, Lindburgh, IBM's Watson and Henry Ford, even FDR and company for a long while, as that administration brushed off the deadly threat to Jews even throughout the war. There were even high-placed elite and wealthy Jews in Germany who went along and praised Hitler despite his obvious intent to destroy them down the road. Those same tactics have been used for time immemorial to attract people to approve of and join a dictatorship, believing nirvana is just around the corner.

    I see the same atmosphere today here. Many who don't like Obama are scared of opposing him or even saying they won't vote against him. Why? They don't want to be called racists or worse, part of the 1% or those opposed to "helping" the people. It's the same kind of fear mongering and the same kind of brainwashing that forces or mesmerizes many people to "believe" and climb on the glorious bandwagon of false hope and change that Obama preaches, but never defines fully, i.e., what he really wants in terms of his own plans for “hope and change”.

    We'd better just hope that November pulls a lot of patriots to the ballot box to vote big against Obama even if they don't see Romney as their best choice. Romney is heads above what we have gotten from Obama thus far and what we will definitely get when he doesn't have to answer to the voters any longer.

    • Stephan F. says:

      The parallels between Germany in the 30’s and this screwed up country today makes me ill thinking about it.

      Oh heck, will ya just leave me be so I can get back to my bottle of Bailey’s…

    • WeirdlyCOChick says:

      You're right!!!

    • topeka says:


      1. Yes, the parallels are spooky.

      2. Very well written post.

      3. One difference: Germany really was in very sad shape. Her high tech had been looted by the allies. Whole factories had been blown to smithereens under the V.T. The banksters had used the crisis to crush farmers, call commercial loans, and buy up assets for pennies on the dollar using their access to unlimited, cheap money. (Sound familiar) And she had been forced to export some of her most advanced manufacturing to evade the V.T. There are parallels. The EPA, taxes and other rules has driven whole industries out of business. the survivors have fled to Chindia, Brazil, or Mexico. But where Germany's economy was shattered; ours is merely on life support (aka Defense).

      4. We could be up and running as "America" in 3 years, maybe less. All we have to do is throw Big Govt under the bus. Oh, wait… that last one is tricky. Maybe they will settle for just destroying the Global Economy??

    • reunion says:

      invoking hitler is hackneyed. a boogieman over-reduction, the flavors that should be there, cooked away. throw it out, wash the pan, start over.

      the recipe is one of an oligarchic moveable feast, tag-teaming, & probably overwhelming, your senses.

      but there was a reichstag ingredient stirred in, eleven years ago.

      • Alice In Wonderland says:


        It is, but only because of the ubiquitous little-Hitlers and little Mussolini(s) and Caligula(s) and Shylock(s) et alii who are globally projecting themselves in all the gloriousness of their forefathers.

        In a feeble attempt to illustrate what is occurring locally & globally, the dimly aware junkies hackney and re-hackney Fox Fiat News' junk to the point of utter, meaningless boredom; this, in the same manner as the banks are hypothecating and re-hypothecating thin-air money & derivatives to the point of worthleness.

        After watching the the banks hackney credit and fiat money and after watching the tribe Obama bombard the ignorant voters with hackneyed slogans and after watching the MSM's hackneyed (half true at best) stories, is it any wonder that the ignorant masses are burping up hackney(isms).

        Hey, is anybody ready to handle the truth, yet? The voyage which was, and is, fueled by hackneyed, fiat money is about to end with an historic, catastrophic sinking. Bottomry is all that will be left for the ignorant, voting masses after the Titanic amerikan-economy finally hits bottom.

        Yes, "Titanic" is also hackneyed and re-hackneyed, but since the amerikan chicken's frame of reference along with the chicken's mind has been franchised by Fox, the chickens must be weaned, slowly, if they are to be saved from the Fox.

        • reunion says:

          "We have met the enemy and he is us."

          Probably the most famous Pogo quotation is "We have met the enemy and he is us." Perhaps more than any other words written by Kelly, it perfectly sums up his attitude towards the foibles of mankind and the nature of the human condition.

          The quote was a parody of a message sent in 1813 from U.S. Navy Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry to Army General William Henry Harrison after his victory in the Battle of Lake Erie, stating, "We have met the enemy, and they are ours." It first appeared in a lengthier form in A Word to the Fore, the foreword of the book The Pogo Papers, first published in 1953. Since the strips reprinted in Papers included the first appearances of Mole and Simple J. Malarkey, beginning Kelly's attacks on McCarthyism, Kelly used the foreword to defend his actions:

          “ Traces of nobility, gentleness and courage persist in all people, do what we will to stamp out the trend. So, too, do those characteristics which are ugly. It is just unfortunate that in the clumsy hands of a cartoonist all traits become ridiculous, leading to a certain amount of self-conscious expostulation and the desire to join battle.

          There is no need to sally forth, for it remains true that those things which make us human are, curiously enough, always close at hand. Resolve then, that on this very ground, with small flags waving and tinny blasts on tiny trumpets, we shall meet the enemy, and not only may he be ours, he may be us.

          Forward! ”

          —Walt Kelly, June 1953

  6. If Obummer gets re-elected, what does this say about America?

  7. Stinger51 says:

    Alan Keyes knew what Obama-Soetoro was almost 4 years ago. Watch this short video.

    • topeka says:

      Stinger, thanks for the link.

      No wonder so many TV "conservatives" don't like Alan – especially his questions re; eligibility.

      As to the economy, Alan is spot on.

      Met him about 13 years ago, when a few lone wolves like myself would show up and challenge the long held beliefs of Liberal-lites. He was on fire; selling a book and trying to fund a campaign.

      Very intelligent and likable in person. Unfortunately, he has not fulfilled the promise. Had he moved to right district, in say Florida, and run for the State House, then Gov., etc. … But he is more of a wonk type than an executive.

      • reunion says:

        "Newsflash – the lone gunman has not been a viable unit for …. oh, about never." (wrote you, or one of your personalities, 5 days ago…)

        "lone wolf" must be different…lol

        the (self)promotion most at odds with product award goes to you, mr.t(axeater)……..

        “pity the fool”

    • YoOle Me says:

      FINALLY!!! …. 18-years AFTER THE FACT:

      This pseudo-erudite mob of "Word-Warriors," snap to the intrinsic de jure American Citizen presidential worthiness, of the "other" walking-talking copy of our fundamental and organic American Republic documents – apart from Dr. Ron Paul — albeit; a disastrous DOZEN-YEARS TOO LATE!!!

      NOTWITHSTANDING his excellent, but equally ignored , 1996 campaign against CFR Bob Dole: Anyone who bothered themselves to watch the Y-2000 VoteDotCom debates, clearly watched as Amb., Dr. Alan Keyes succinctly decimated every candidate on that stage (by a 3% ~ 49% plurality, of an average 34,000-vote in EACH of All 6 debates!), USING NOTHING LESS THAN pure, clean, U.S. 1776 Declaration / 1791 Constitution predicated responses’ to questions – even the plethora of “loaded” ones, while; Shrub Bush BLATANTLY REDUCED Jesus, The Christ, the Holy Son of God, to the PALTRY STATUS OF mere Philosopher! … So: WHO did we end up with? …

      The FIRST President in our history, to publicly DECLARE: “The Constitution is just a G_d-damn piece of paper”, succinctly followed by ANOTHER TOOL OF SATAN, which has DILIGENTLY proceeded to put ITS PUNCTUATION MARKS UPON THAT STATEMENT!!!

      ANYONE STILL PRAYING, “God Bless America” has to have the GREATEST BELIEF IN His INFINITE MERCY, of anyone on this Planet!!!

      God Speed,

      YoOle Me

  8. Ken Okko says:

    IMO The real enemy is the Keynesian Establishment combined DeeemonCrap-Repugnant Liberal Socialist welfare-WARfare New World-One World Govt-promoting Big Govt Party [singular] in Washington today. Until we END the WarZ, End the Foreign Aid and End the debasement and counterfeiting of the currency by 'their' Federal Reserve—there will be no improvement, correct or restoration of our Liberty, Freedom, PEACE, Prosperity and Honest Money, our Nation, our REUBLIC and the American Way of Life. ONLY The Champion of Our Constitution, R P, is ready, willing and able to do what is necessary to make this happen. The two Establishment lackeys, OurBumma and RobMe, are just dancing to the pull strings of their New World-One World Govt puppet-masters.

  9. naura hayden says:

    You're not only brilliant, you've also got guts — you're not afraid of seeing the truth about the man and telling people what you think. I see Obama as a man super-charged with charisma and oozing charm which mesmerizes many people. People think he's smart — he's not. He's dead without the teleprompter and the speeches written for him. The terrible thing about people like him is they're voted in because of their charm, not at all because of any brains, which they don't have. They're very emotional and very like movie stars. The only reason Hitler got in was his great charm. He couldn't think straight either. Once enough voters learn this (if ever) we'll get back to having intelligent people lead us instead of charismatically fooling us with painting false pictures, leading us to think one thing and then doing another. Obama's so wrapped up in false promises and lies he can't see straight. It's frightening to know that we've given him the power to destroy our country.

    • lynda martinez says:

      I loved your book "isle of view". thanks.your final sentence really grabbed me, so chilling! "It's frightening to know that we've given him the power to destroy our country." But, I do believe most Americans aren't willing to go through another 4 years. I am in total agreement with Mr. Ringer. Obama will be exposed in the next few years and all those of us who immediately saw him as a punk will be vindicated.

  10. Peggy says:

    The emperor has no clothes!! That's the equivalent of what somebody on the right needs to scream out loud and repeatedly. But it's just so politically incorrect to defame the office of the president by criticizing bho.

    As my mom used to say, :If you sweep s**t under the rug it smells a lot worse than if you put it out in the air to dry. Conservatives need to get loud and in the face of the liberal media about what bho has been up to and what he has been hiding.

    That man is the anti-Christ.

    • kate says:

      You sound like me , talking to the TV. When is someone going to admit that he CAME here to destroy us , and every single person he has appointed . ,, every new executive order, every action he takes is aimed at destruction.

  11. Bullwink33 says:

    you said it Robert the few

    Mitt now is trying to molify getting caught telling the truth

    I have a handful of friends no time for the 45% of the pop that doesn't work

    or the other 25% w/ govt jobs

    1000 patrons of virtue for every honest man

    that was then

    my best friend is very gracious, another friend finds him unusual

    why is someone who doesn't work allowed to vote ?

    why are those who cannot think compelled to do so ?

    the tyranny of the masses is complete,

    SHAME on the Republicrats

    Myth has triumphed over reason

    Snooki would get more votes than anyone on this blogspot

    she makes everyone feel good

    reality depresses the dishonest, OBama seems unhappy unless he's so disconnected from reality that he believes the BS he speaks,Bernanke's desperate ploy is the last straw

    but no one seems to care,they think it's not their money, the concept of earning has been replaced by theft and "every citizen a Sociopath " methinks……

    • Phil says:

      Mittens is so disappointing that I just want to roll over and give up. But will not.

      At least Dems seem willing to fight for their twisted principles and people, so to speak. RINO Republicans are just pathetic.

  12. Phil says:

    I have to admit to becoming really depressed with our situation. What the heck? Where to go? Obama is despicable. His followers are as bad. If there is any "saving grace" it is that I've expected this for a long time thanks to Robert, but still . . . it is truly awful to live through. And I think we have just seen about 25% of how bad it is really going to get.

    God willing I am wrong.

  13. Old Geezer LV says:

    Mr. Ringer, yet another brilliant article, laid out with eloquence. Thank you for your steadfast diligence.

    What I find most disconcerting is the ignorant apathy of such a large segment of our population, attributable to the degradation of educational excellence that was commonplace and expected when I was attending school.

    As a mere high school graduate, I find it disturbing that my cognitive skills and critical thinking far exceeds those that I have witnessed coming from college graduates.

    This speaks profoundly to the education I received, in contrast to the education that our young people are receiving today.

    They know not that they know not what they know not….

  14. albertm says:

    I have been thinking this for some time, but you have just articulated it! I hope there are more of us than than we think! What would BHO's mentors, teachers, cronies and advisers be saying if he wasn't doing exactly what they intended? They would be screaming! But they are strangely silent,Ayers, Dorn, Rezco, Wright, Clowert, Biven and a score of others from his sketchy past. They are at least absent from any mention by the MSM. If the people of the US are not willing to turn to Jehovah in repentance and give Him the glory for "healing our land" then we will have more of the same. "When the righteous are in authority the people rejoice but when the wicked beareth rule the people mourn"

  15. Robert H. Bonter says:

    Notice his "foreign policy" is more like "domestic policy, and vice-versa.

  16. Robert H. Bonter says:

    NAURA HAYDEN! I have a couple of your books. Bless you, wish I had said hello to you years ago when I passed you while shopping in the Santa Monica mall.

  17. Stewart says:

    Mr Ringer's statements ring true. I put my beliefs are in the American People.

  18. Teri says:

    Does seem kind of funny. A guy wanting to be a leader of a country full of a bunch of losers.

  19. lynda martinez says:

    loved Naura Hayden's "isle of view" Mr Ringer is completely right. However, I believe the American people do not want 4 more years and he'll be voted out. I also believe that the truth about Obama will be revealed in the next few years. Many of us knew he was a punk from the gitgo.

  20. michael says:

    I think the average american knows that he sucks, but what choice do we really have?
    what is scarrier to you:
    a pres. that wants to take your money and give it to other people, or a pres. that wants to control a womans body, control what you think and do, and take your money to spend on "military/tax breaks/ect"?
    They both lead us all to hell… and I KNOW who is at fault!!!!! I KNOW who to blame!!!!!
    us. you, me, both our neigbors. we allowed it, we allow it, and without a viable 3rd or 4th or even 5th option, we are stuck with it. you can bad mouth the pres. all you want (i agree with most of it, if not all), but lets be REAL honest… you see a better option? i sure as hell don't.
    When i go into the booth in Nov. i won't want to vote for obama, but when my 14yo daughter pops into my mind, how can i vote for romney? we would do anything he can to ensure that she can't have an abortion even if it meant it would save her life, and he would still take the same money obama is going to take, only he will transfer it to someone/something different.

  21. Tom D. says:

    The left often don't acknowledge disasters after they happen. If Obama succeeds in destroying America, many lefties will still say it's better than under Republicans. Cuba is a case in point. Cuba is a disaster. A Cuban joke goes: "Fidel brought us the Revolution. But he forgot breakfast, lunch and dinner." Cuba was not a disaster before Fidel took over, as is often suggested. Just one example from the book FIDEL: HOLLYWOOD'S FAVORITE TYRANT by Humberto Fontova: under Batista—shocking as this might sound— Cuba had one of the highest immigration rates of any country in the world. That is: people trying to get IN to Cuba. That's not the symptom of a disastrous country, people clamoring to get in. Billy Joel has told more than once (most recently on the podcast "Here's the Thing") how he played Cuba with other famous American acts. Waiting to go on he heard Kris Kristofferson tell the audience, "Viva Fidel. Viva la Revolucion" Next he heard Stephen Stills say the same thing, "Viva Fidel. Viva la Revolucion." These are seemingly intelligent artists who—despite all evidence—are praising a disastrous dictatorship to the victims of that dictatorship. Billy Joel knew Cuba was a repressive tyranny. So he went out on stage and said, "I don't speak Spanish," and launched into his hits, and the crowd went crazy. Some in the audience later told him they hated what Stills and Kristofferson said, because they heard that garbage all the time and knew it was just that: garbage. Again, America could become a repressive disaster with a starving population, where (as in Cuba) you have to take your own bedsheets to the hospital, and there were still be idiots saying it's a wonderful America, and better than under that darned Bush. Liberals are good at ignoring reality staring them in the face (like the reality that sits about 90 miles off the Florida Keys).

  22. L. McMillan says:

    This is about the absolutely stupidest article and set of responses that I have ever read in my 58 years of reading ! It is unbelievable to me that someone with such a corrupted set of beliefs, actually has a following. Essentially what is being said here is that throughout Barack Obama's entire political career, he has duped all the voters back in Illinois, duped all the members of the Democratic party, duped all the members of the governmental offices, for years, and then duped the majority of Americans, in the last election ? Essentially what you've said is that all these people who brought him along to the top position in America were stupid ? Now I would agree that there are a lot of very stupid Americans and that you are right up there at the top of the list, but most sane people would agree that it would be impossible to achieve this position by not having America's best interests at heart. When you feel you are the only sane person and the rest of the world is crazy, it's time to go get some help for yourself. No, Really !

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