It’s Not Over

American Thinker

Does  anyone believe that when Barack Obama loses on November 6, he will go  quietly?

This  election is shaping up to be a landslide loss for the president, and by the  ever-present look of desperation on his face, he knows it.  The nation  should be preparing for how he might react when it happens — there is  nothing more dangerous than a cornered god.

In  2008, Americans wholeheartedly bought the Obama dream.  It’s never easy to  let go of a dream, but today, people have let go of Obama the dream — and on  November 6, they will let go of Obama the man.

The  debates served two purposes — namely, showing the world that Mitt Romney was  not the evil mastermind Obama and his crew had spent hundreds of  millions  of dollars portraying him to be while erasing the myth of Obama as invincible  and inevitable.

For  a man who is supposedly brilliant, it was devastating to see him perform like an  uninformed moron in Denver.  It can be said that he was unprepared, but  whose fault was that?  Preparation was too much of a “drag,” and he wanted to see the Hoover Dam  — a particular draw for him, since it has always been a dream of Barack the god  to build an Obama Dam while Americans forced to live in the economy he has built scream “God damn Obama.”

The  last two debates showed that the president did not understand what was going  on.  He thought he needed to be more aggressive, but all America  saw  was a rude and obnoxious man, with a dismal record of governance and no plan for  the future.  It used to be said that he is likable, but his condescension  and constant belittling of Mitt Romney dispelled that notion.

He  spent millions of dollars and much of the past year trying to define Mitt Romney  and was outraged when his carefully concocted caricature didn’t show up.   Most people saw a man who was reasonable and presidential.  A nation  shell-shocked by four years of failed leadership saw the next president of the  United States.

Barack  thought he was a guaranteed victor in his re-election campaign.  He thought  the aura of his presence would so cow Romney into submission that when all was  said and done, he would have the governor promising to vote for him as  well.

Since  his election, however, Obama has always been destined to lose — America simply  does not want what he is selling.  But after his performance  in the debates, many who had been inclined to perhaps give him a second chance  took another look and didn’t like what they saw: a nasty, petulant, thin-skinned  man, uninformed and without a plan to move forward — and all this on top of his  disastrous record.

Yet  he will not go away.  In the best-case scenario, on November 7, Obama  begins his march toward 2016.  His entire life has been an exercise in  running for president.  Yet, paradoxically, when he attained the exalted  position he so coveted, he acted as if it was a burden, and that we Americans  did not deserve him — in the end, only playing at being president  while thoroughly enjoying the plane, the parties, and the  perks.

He  may never have been more than a part-time president, but to expect him to give  up the job easily or gracefully is to fall prey to wishful  thinking.

His  monstrous ego will not allow any other course of action but to  fight.

But,  after his loss in two weeks, he will be forever destroyed as a viable option, at  least electorally — the cloak of invincibility and transcendent brilliance  having succumbed to the reality of the man.  He will become a mere mortal  — the veneer of likability stripped away by the truth of his pettiness and  anger.

In  short, he will never again be able to win the presidency at the ballot  box.

And  therein lies the danger.  If Obama knows he can’t win in 2016, he just  might claim election fraud and attempt to stay.  In a way, this could be  what Attorney General Eric Holder’s war on voter ID is all about —  establishing an argument for overturning supposedly fraudulent results.  If  his claim is validated by sycophantic media minions, it could gain traction  among the electorate.  It certainly will be believed by his small cadre of  ardent supporters.  After that, there is no telling what he might do — or  what his followers might do.

I  would like to believe that Obama will exit gracefully.  And I have a hard  time accepting that he or his cohorts will foment rioting in the streets —  despite threats  tweeted by twits on Twitter — or that he will impose martial  law.  But, if I learned anything during decades in business, it is  that proper preparation is paramount — no one can know for sure what the future  holds.  The prudent prepare for all eventualities.

After  all, we don’t really know Barack Obama.  His history is a  chimera.  The only information we have on the man is what he has told us in  his two biographies and the slightly less than fpur years we have watched his  disastrous reign of incompetence.

Just  look at his recent actions.  He has no problem ignoring the First Amendment  and throwing a YouTube videographer in prison to sustain his pretend version of  events surrounding the assassination of our ambassador in  Benghazi.

He  has no qualms falsely touting a little-watched video as the reason for Islamic  unrest — even to the point of causing  riots  at dozens of American embassies worldwide.

Those  with open eyes know what this president is capable of.

Is  this a man we can trust to accept the verdict of the electorate?  I would  like to believe yes, but all the evidence points to no.

It  never occurred to Obama that he would not win a second term.  He saw Mitt  Romney as a mere businessman, and we know what Obama thinks of  businessmen.  He had dealt with many in the past — they were greedy and  easily converted into crony capitalists by government cash and preferential  treatment.

Hubris  is the most dangerous of emotions — and Obama views all around him as  extensions of himself.  When he looks into the eyes of Americans, all he  sees is his own reflection.  He has surrounded himself with those who tell  him only what he wants to hear.  He lives in a bubble, but it is a bubble  of his own creation, and because of that, he can’t see it as a bubble.  He  sees it as reality.

What  happens when the bubble bursts?

When  reality ensues on November 7 — who knows how he will react?  Being a god  is great as long as people believe, but once they do not, you become a mere  mortal.  Will Obama accept that?

Once  the curtain was pulled back, the Wizard of Oz was forevermore just a  man.

For  Barack, the yellow brick road leads out of the White House.  And, having  spent the last half-decade studying the man, I’m not convinced that he will  willingly follow that path.  I want to believe he will.  But I am not  so sure.

Barack  Obama will lose this election in a landslide, but that will almost certainly not  be the end of it.

Voting  is more important now than ever for those who wish to preserve the union — the  larger the landslide and the bigger his margin of loss, the harder it will be  for Barack Obama to pretend the nation still wants him.

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One thought on “It’s Not Over

  1. No, I do not. As a matter of fact, I have seen two articles today that stated when voters voted for “ROMNEY”…it came up they voted for Obama.

    Some of the polls show them close. I do NOT believe that for a NY minute!

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