White House doctor treats Obama debate hemorrhage: Is lib media the cause?

Outraged with Obama’s subdued debate performance, did certain lib media angrily stump their way out of Obama, thereby causing his debate hemorrhage?

Word has it through an unnamed source that after the first 2012 presidential debate, Obama was briefly hospitalized. Fortunately the White House doctor was on standby and was familiar with Obama’s weakened condition.

Apparently, Obama held back the BS that generally flows through his frontal oral orifice, which is his normal mode while speaking to large campaign audiences.  However, for some unexplainable reason, Obama was unable cut loose at the debate and froth from the mouth as is his normal style. As fate would have it, Obama’s frothing regularity was altered when he apparently became backed-up.

Yet, another report has it, that certain lib media were so outraged with Obama’s subdued debate performance, that they wrestled and stumped their way out of Obama; thereby causing his debate hemorrhage.

Those supporters of Obama, who have been comfortable with all his lies should send him get-well cards and also call out the lib media for precipitating such rumblings within our dear White House occupier.

Related to Obama’s poor debate performance:

Presidential debate prediction rings true: Obama’s multiple debate lies – moralmatters.org/2012/10/05/

Angry MSNBC News Anchors hard losers over Obama’s poor debate performance – moralmatters.org/2012/10/04/

How many lies will have Obama told in his first debate with Romney? – moralmatters.org/2012/10/03/

“12 Obama Debate Lies And Counting – At Last Night’s Debate, Obama Had Trouble With The Facts” – gop.com/news/research/

Related to the Obama media:

Suck-up Media Enjoy Brief White House Banquet Break, Before Crawling Back Into Obama’s Anus – moralmatters.org/2012/05/03/

Following are some significant informational links which highlight Obama’s continued habit of incessant lying:

Obama’s huge religious lie – moralmatters.org/2012/09/28/

Also related – Some of Obama’s other big-time lies:

Also – Please see:

Liars go to hell – thechristianmessage.org/2012/04

 

Posted by:  Nathan M. Bickel

 

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6 thoughts on “White House doctor treats Obama debate hemorrhage: Is lib media the cause?

  1. Sara Ruth says:

    In reference to comment by Bill: I dare you to publish this now or thru your moderation. I am not sure you have the courage or scruples:

    Bill, You are disgusting and a complete hypocrite when your post said, “I think that there are too many media people drinking Obama’s tainted Kool Aid”.

    Obviously your reference is to the poisoned Kool aid is a reference to the Jonestown tragedy and their evil prophet, Jim Jones. How dare you? Your smug, flippant and immoral comment is so hurtful, crude and rude, that it definitely does not belong in the comment line of a publications that claims to be moral or published anywhere else for that matter.

    Let me and Wikepedia give you a little history lesson:
    Jonestown became internationally notorious when, on November 18 of 1978, 918 people died in the settlement as well as in a nearby airstrip and in Georgetown, Guyana’s capital. A total of 909 Temple members died in Jonestown, all but two from apparent cyanide poisoning, in an event termed “revolutionary suicide” by Jones and some members on an audio tape of the event and in prior discussions. This includes over 200 murdered children in addition to the deaths of United States Congressman Leo and Four other Temple members who were massacred at an airstrip as they tried to leave Jonestown.

    Many people are still alive and are still severely traumatized by this event. You and yours must not be included or you would never stoop so low to suggest anyone else meet this fate. You should be ashamed and ask God for forgiveness.

    1. Sara Ruth –

      First of all, thank you for visiting http://www.moralmatters.org and for submitting a comment. However, I will have to take exception to what you assume. You unfairly accuse me of being a “hypocrite.” How could you possibly know what was in my mind when I penned my comment?

      Secondly, you assume that my use of the phrase “…..drinking Obama’s tainted Kool Aid…..” was with the intentioned remembrance of Jonestown. Whether you will believe me or not – I assure you, my use of the Kool Aid phrase was not. This phrase is often used with reference to Obama and swallowing his lies; hook, line and sinker.

      Thirdly and finally, you make the sanctimonious pronouncement at the end of your comment saying of me:

      “You should be ashamed and ask God for forgiveness.” [Your words]

      Please allow me to offer you some further “schooling:” Please attempt to open your mind. What I offer you now is a portion of a topical message I posted on my “The Christian Message” website. Please, read it and thoughtfully consider it – and access the link and read the whole message:

      “The communication problem which Christians and non Christians share, alike:”

      Excerpt:

      …… Giving and taking offense

      What is, perhaps, more damaging to human communication is the “giving” and “taking” of offense because reality by either the “sender” or “responder,” is distorted. I like what Dr. Martin Luther stated about the “giving and taking of offense:”

      “An offense is something that is said or done whereby our opinion of God and men is distorted; and an offense is active when I give it, passive when I take (patior) it.” [Luther]

      Obviously people give offense when they needlessly, intentionally and maliciously precipitate some sort of word or action, thereby causing the person to whom their offense is directed, discouragement, discomfort and personal bodily and / or, emotional hurt and harm. But, for purposes of this message, and, its remainder, I will focus on the needless “taking” of offense.

      People become offended by all sorts of reasons, – and, often, needlessly, so! And, consequently, they “think” they have been legitimately sinned against, (when such is not the case). They will then accuse the person to whom they think directed the (supposed) offense, and expect apologies to be forthcoming.

      One of the most common reasons why some people become offended, is, when they second guess the person, who [they think] gave the offense. In our politically charged culture, liberal extremists will often accuse other people of racist remarks, when, in fact, they skew the reality of what is actually said, and take upon themselves the [their] perceived offense. In other words, there is no legitimate offense, but only one that is politically motivated and manufactured, (by liberal extremists and their accomplice liberal mainstream extremist media) so as to further a certain propaganda aim and advantage.

      People give and take offense for all sorts of wrong reasons. Often left out of the communication mix, is that neither person, has at his (or her) disposal, the complete facts of an issue. Nor, can they truly claim to know the intentions and motivations of the person with whom they take exception [to]. Hence, it is easy for both sides in the communication process, to distort reality and to misunderstand one another……

      http://www.thechristianmessage.org/2011/10/communication-problem-which-christians.html

      1. Sara Ruth says:

        Nathan, I will accept your assurance that you were not referring to Kool Aid as you are right the phrase can carry a different meaning. However, in todays day and time the Kool Aid reference is now more defined by Jonestown. Maybe you can find a kinder metaphor. What I do have a hard time accepting is how hateful you are to those you don’t agree with. Do you really believe there is a conspiracy by liberal Americans and that only conservatives have a special pipeline to God. Well, your god is not my god.

        I choose to remain neutral when it comes to God. I have no proof he exists so I choose to keep my options open. Doesn’t mean I don’t respect other peoples views on Religion. However, I have tried to read your articles, but to me they very one sided. bigoted and often unsubstantiated and please forgive sometimes hard to read and make sense of. I think you have the tendency to go overboard with your rants and rages and condemnations that it becomes expected and often repetitive. I am not saying I am the greatest writer, but I do try to be objective and concise and try not to “brush everyone with the same broad stroke” However, I have done this at times and once someone alerts, I realize I was perhaps rude and insensitive and try to make amends.

        Hey look if I wanted to have qualms with Conservatives, President Bush would be on the top of my list. He Lied, Our Men Died. The lie: Weapons of Mass Destruction. Plus, we had the worst financial devastation under his administration. President Obama is not a magician. No one liberal or conservative alike could fix in one term the harm created by previous Republican Presidents. When the Republicans took over the administration, President Clinton left a surplus in our national debt. The Republicans so trashed our savings and now you want to blame President Obama? You know what, even though I don’t like the Bush’s, I still respect the position they held as our leader. I would hope you could respect the office, if not the man.

        I just suggest maybe you tone down your rhetoric and then you can become more accessible, convincing and approachable to all readers including those who may not agree with you. I am a liberal democrat of Jewish origins and I would appreciate a little respect, and I promise I will try to do the same for you whether I agree with you or not. However, I do stand by my original statement, that you should be ashamed of yourself for being so hateful to those you don’t like and you should ask your God for forgiveness. In my opinion, to be “godly” is not to judge others and abide by the Golden Rule that suggest you treat others like you want to be treated.

        1. Sara –

          I’m highlighting some of your comments here to illustrate, that instead of attempting to change me; you should be interested in following your own assertions:

          You say:

          1- >>>>>> …..What I do have a hard time accepting is how hateful you are to those you don’t agree with. Do you really believe there is a conspiracy by liberal Americans and that only conservatives have a special pipeline to God. Well, your god is not my god.” …. <<<<< [Your words]

          My response: You make assertions which you do not substantiate. I’ve never claimed to have a “pipeline to God,” as you suggest. Go to my http://www.thechristianmessage.org site and witness for yourself that I attempt to proclaim what the written divince revelation says.

          You say:

          2- >>>>> I choose to remain neutral when it comes to God. I have no proof he exists so I choose to keep my options open. Doesn’t mean I don’t respect other peoples views on Religion. However, I have tried to read your articles, but to me they very one sided. bigoted and often unsubstaniated and please forgive sometimes hard to read and make sense of. I think you have the tendency to go overboard with your rants and rages and condemnations that it becomes expected and often repetitive. I am not saying I am the greatest writer, but I do try to be objective and concise and try not to “brush everyone with the same broad stroke” However, I have done this at times and once someone alerts, I realize I was perhaps rude and insensitive and try to make amends. <<<<<< [Your words]

          My response: You seem to contradict your first paragraph. You criticize me for suggesting that I project that I have a “pipeline to God,” – yet, then you claim to be “neutral when it comes to God.” [Your quoted words] Also, it is clear that you would wish of me to not come down of one side of issues and be more like you. That’s fine. But, that is not me. If reading this website elicits that much stress on your part; please refrain from accessing it.

          You furthermore, say:

          3- >>>>> Hey look if I wanted to have qualms with Conservatives, President Bush would be on the top of my list. He Lied, Our Men Died. The lie: Weapons of Mass Destruction. Plus, we had the worst financial devestation under his administation. President Obama is not a magician. No one liberal or conservative alike could fix in one term the harm created by previous Republican Presidents. When the Republicans took over the administration, President Clinton left a surplus in our national debt. The Republicans so trashed our savings and now you want to blame President Obama? You know what, even though I don’t like the Bush’s, I still respect the position they held as our leader. I would hope you could respect the office, if not the man. <<<<<<< [Your words]

          My response: I’v heard those lib talking points before. Don’t you think it is about time you do what you can to stop being mesmorized by Obama’s snake oil sale’s talk? You are just repeating the same old. I suggest that you rip your pre 2008 calendars off your walls and replace them with a current one. And, I will offer you a daily prescription:

          Repeat the following 5 times every waking hour for 24/7 until it registers with your upstairs. Better yet; reinforce the “Mother of all learning” repetition by writing this on a blackboard:

          “Bush is no longer president; Obama is. He is now responsible as chief executive. He is to be held accountable.”

          “Bush is no longer president; Obama is. He is now responsible as chief executive. He is to be held accountable.”

          “Bush is no longer president; Obama is. He is now responsible as chief executive. He is to be held accountable.”

          “Bush is no longer president; Obama is. He is now responsible as chief executive. He is to be held accountable.”

          “Bush is no longer president; Obama is. He is now responsible as chief executive. He is to be held accountable.”

          4- Finally you say and admit:

          >>>>>> I just suggest maybe you tone down your rhetoric and then you can become more accessible, convincing and approachable to all readers including those who may not agree with you. I am a liberal democrat of Jewish origins and I would appreciate a little respect, and I promise I will try to do the same for you whether I agree with you or not. However, I do stand by my original statement, that you should be ashamed of yourself for being so hateful to those you don’t like and you should ask your God for forgiveness. In my opinion, to be “godly” is not to judge others and abide by the Golden Rule that suggest you treat others like you want to be treated. <<<<< – [Your words]

          My response: What you are desiring, is, that I start thinking like you. That’s a fat chance. Also, I think it very inconsiderate and rude on your part to accuse me of being a hate monger. Essentially, your type of argument assertions and reasonings would put restrictions on my American free speech / First Amendment rights. Then, you illogically introduce the old “judging” argument and the Golden Rule assertion which is the old lib reasoning that leans on those with whom you disagree, to influence them to shut up.

          Finally, may I suggest that you would not become so angry with people like me, if you would become the tolerant person you expect others to be. Please access the following message of mine as I would hate to hear you bring up the old “judge not” assertion in the future to someone:

          Absolutes and Christ’s often misunderstood words of “Judge not…”

          http://www.thechristianmessage.org/2011/02/absolutes-and-christs-often.html

          Also, here’s a link since you stated that you were, basically, agnostic:

          Part 1 — Why atheists are fools and agnostics follow closely behind
          http://www.thechristianmessage.org/2010/11/part-1-why-atheists-are-fools-and.html

          Sara – I’d like nothing better for you, than that you become a Christian. Denying the Triune God’s existence will not help your priceless soul – to say the least!

          Also – please access that link that I place at the end of all my topical messages –

          “Of Whom Does the Prophet Speak” — by Victor Buksbazen — Isaiah 53:1-12 — an in-depth view of and the prophecy of Christ, hundred of years before his birth. Isaiah 53:1-12 underscores the truthfulness of Divine Revelation as exemplified in the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures.

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