Cry Baby Hill

I was looking over pictures of the recent Tulsa Tough bicycle race and saw two men I recognized.  Both were pushing their bikes up “Cry Baby Hill” with tears running down their cheeks.  They had given up.  Both were wimps and looked a lot like Barrack Obama and Paul Ryan.

Recent events have shown just how out of touch both the speaker and president are.  Mr. Obama threw a tantrum “over criticism that his anti-terror policies are weak and that the Orlando slaughter proves it,” as reported by Michael Goodwin in the New York Post.

Mr. Goodwin goes on to say it was a striking display of personal anger and pent up grievances and a total failure of leadership during a national crisis.  America saw Barack Obama at low tide this month, revealed as brimming with fury and bankrupt of ideas and even sympathy for the dead.  The man who had an answer for everything and a solution to nothing is now also out of excuses.

The president “meant his attacks to be especially vicious, but the spectacle was more sad than provocative.  The president needs a rest from the job as much as we need a new president.”

Continuing, “49 innocent people were gunned down in a gay nightclub by an Islamic terrorist, another 53 lie wounded, yet Obama feels only his own pain.”  He has yet to call Florida Gov. Rick Scott. “Public confidence, in his effort to combat terrorism on his own peculiar terms, while soft pedaling the links to Islam, were among the casualties in the Pulse Nightclub.  The world knows he’s a failure and he can’t stand the embarrassment.”

You may recall that on March 26, 2012, President Obama was caught on camera assuring outgoing Russian President Dmitry Medvedev that he would have “more flexibility” to deal with contentious issues like missile defense after the U.S. presidential election.  Obama wanted to make sure that Medvedev passed that information on to incoming President Vladimir Putin.

How President Putin handled the information was by annexing Crimea, invading Ukraine and siding with Syrian Dictator Bashar Al-Assad.  President Putin knows a patsy when he sees one and our president meets those terms perfectly.  The murders in San Bernardino and Orlando too must be especially galling to the president.  Why do they do this to me?  Don’t you know I’m one of them?

Two out of three Americans say the country is on the wrong track.  “Millions of disenchanted voters are turning to Donald Trump because they concluded that not only had their government betrayed them, but that both political parties were in cahoots to keep them down.”

Such sentiment is full blown when one sees how the Republican leadership blasted Trump for suggesting that the country implement a Muslim ban “until we are able to determine and understand the problem.”  That suggestion was made before the Pulse Nightclub massacre.  Have we forgotten the Marine barracks, U.S.S. Cole, the Boston Bombers, 9/11 and the World Trade Center or the U.S. Embassy bombings?

Pew Research has estimated that immigration will cause the population of U.S. Muslims to more than double from 2.6 million to 6.2 million.

Who are these people and what are their intentions?  No one knows.  Maybe we should pause before other Americans are murdered.

Another example from “Cry Baby Hill” was Speaker Ryan’s assertion that Donald Trump’s comment that a federal judge may have a conflict of interest with him was a “textbook example of a racist comment.”

Where has Ryan been?  Doesn’t he realize that Democrats have used the federal judiciary for years to promote their unpopular ideas and agenda?

Both Obama and Ryan are losers who represent what voters dislike most about Washington politics.

Ryan should help Congressman Matt Salmon of Arizona pass Kate’s Law, a bill mandating five-year prison sentence for an illegal immigrant who is deported and then re-enters the country illegally, then running his mouth off about Mr. Trump who has more spine than almost anyone in Washington.