Almost There: Imperial Black Bastard Obama Delivers Farewell Address Tonight
I have been waiting for over a quarter of a generation to hear this specific speech, and oddly enough, I’m sensing an anticlimactic moment here.
Sure, I suppose I’m internally jumping from joy at the idea of a White House actually living up to its name, but should I not be chomping (or champing) at the bit to dissect the Gorilla Warlord’s words this one last time?
Actually, I’m tired of talking about the maniacal monkey almost each and every day, and at the end of it all, I’m just glad it’s almost over.
From Associated Press:
In his parting message to the nation, President Barack Obama is declaring his continued faith in the ability of all Americans to bring about powerful national change, despite the trials of the last eight years that so often stood between him and his goals.
Obama, standing before thousands in his hometown, Chicago, planned to reflect on his origins as a community organizer who witnessed “the quiet dignity of working people in the face of struggle and loss.” He argues change is only possible “when ordinary people get involved” and join forces to demand progress.
“After eight years as your president, I still believe that,” Obama says in excerpts of his speech released in advance by the White House. “And it’s not just my belief. It’s the beating heart of our American idea – our bold experiment in self-government.”
Determined not to simply recite a history of the last eight years, Obama directed his team to craft an address that would feel “bigger than politics” and speak to all Americans – including those who voted for Trump.
His chief speechwriter, Cody Keenan, started writing it last month while Obama was vacationing in Hawaii, handing him the first draft on the flight home. By late Monday Obama was immersed in a fourth draft, with Keenan expected to stay at the White House all night to help perfect Obama’s final message.
Ahead of his speech, Obama acknowledged that the chaos of Washington makes it easy to lose sight of the role American citizens play in democracy. He said that while he leaves office with his work unfinished, he believes his administration made the U.S. “a stronger place for the generations that will follow ours.”
Ten more days.
Ten more days until we are at last free from the iron rule of despicable African terrorist Barack Obama.
Brothers and Sisters, for eight years you have stood tall and strong through the worst era in American history, and have likely learned much about the world and the issues that currently affect it.
But all that aside, I hope you have learned one of the most important facts about how our government works:
The United States cannot operate with a non-White of any ancestral type at the helm.