IS Barack Obama, aka Barry Soetoro A Heroin Addict or What?
The moral philosopher, Don Robertson, among others, is actively speculating and even agitating by insisting -the Doubtful President is a heroin addict, lost in a wild, insane, megalomaniacal phantasm of delusion and detachment from a former life in the Fast Lane of Chicago's Mean Streets, all of it -which has gone horribly wrong-, not just for this junkie, but the country at large, as Obama's life continuously narrows ever faster toward its sure, final, fateful heroin-addiction-conclusion.
Summing his opinion, it seems -Obama's recent bizarre statement about the "health care reform" bill helping millions -is a good example. The whole country is suffering higher medical insurance premiums, doctors and individual states alike are bolting the system in droves, individuals are writing their Congressmen threatening letters daily about this bill. The morality, quality and efficacy of medical care is falling through the rotting medical-building floor, and the Doubtful President claims he has a victory? It's just not so.
"Being a heroin addict is not pretty. I had a brother die of a heroin overdose twenty years ago. It's an ugly way to go. Heroin is everywhere in our country, both Afghan heroin and Perdue Pharma's Oxycontin. And this guy Obama or Soetoro, whatever this f---ing Kenyan's name is, shows every sign of being a heroin addict on a delusional ride of fancy," insists Robertson, adding, "Once a junkie, ALWAYS a junkie."
"In some cultures, lying is considered noble, and thus, -can be a measure of a man's strengths by all the other liars," states Robertson, adding, "This guy -isn't just a fraud, -he is higher than a kite all the time too. "Cuckoo" is the word I am reaching for, I am pretty sure. This guy does heroin like other men drink beer, -daily, -all the time."
"Americans are either going to wake up to what the truth is -about this nutcase, or it's going to hit them over the head and knock them all unconscious eventually," states Robertson in a final cutting swipe.
I guess that is telling it as you see it.
Note: Picture borrowed from here
UPDATE MAY 10, 2010