Who was the biggest winner in Washington for 2014? There is only once choice. The winner is Barack Hussein Obama. No one else even came close. Our president hit home run after home run. Obama went his own way. When he wanted to do something he ignored what our Constitution, our laws, Congress, and even the people demanded. Damn the torpedoes, Obama didn’t flinch. In a veritable sea of Washington’s lying, cheating, backstabbing, double speaking, arrogant, thieving hypocrisy, America’s president still rose to the top. Congratulations, Mr. President. You stayed the course. You outdid yourself.
It’s hard to count all the reasons our president deserves the title Biggest Winner in Washington 2014, but the number one reason is the most obvious: no one could stop him no matter what he did. When it came to the issues that really hurt the country and matter the most to irresponsible liberal Democrats, Obama carried the day. He knew that an impotent, spineless GOP leadership lacked the will to stop him.
Why is this man the biggest winner in Washington for 2014?
The president wins the title of biggest winner because of three issues conservative America has been powerless to fight him on: immigration, civil rights, and health care.
Obama stomped the country into the ground on immigration. Republicans may have won the midterms, but they are still trying to crawl their way back to the surface after Obama’s devastating amnesty order. Boehner talked tough about the conservative response. Does anyone take him seriously?
We should expect nothing from the speaker. The CRomnibus bill passed according to plan, the furor over the last government shutdown probably still ringing in the Republican leadership’s ears while Boehner bartered with the White House, Democrats, and RINOs. Now we face a New Year with amnesty enablers ready to kick the signup process into high gear. As slow as the mechanisms of government and our judicial system move, the Obama order is about to take off and like Obamacare, all the threats will likely go nowhere.
Civil rights? Obama wins again.
What about the liberal race war and the trumped-up resurgence of the civil rights movement? Game and match. Obama wins again. Protests are still erupting around the country. There is new anger over the Berkeley, Missouri shooting, raising the question of whether Americans have become so inundated with White House race propaganda that we will eventually outlaw white officers drawing their guns on black suspects altogether.
Activists who should have retired years ago have seized the best opportunity they have had since the 1960s. The Justice Department, saying adios to Eric Holder and about to christen a new lawyer-in-chief, can look forward to almost unlimited opportunity for judicial action against any police department that runs afoul of the Democratic Party.
Hate. Protests. The country in an uproar. A new shooting to exploit. That’s a liberal wet dream that will be hard to beat as the GOP prepares to take possession of Capitol Hill.
Obamacare continues full steam
Obamacare? Of course it’s still alive and kicking. A disastrous rollout and all manner of bad press are not going to stop it. Boehner has his hands full with a bill his party promised to get rid of four years ago that we’ve all but resigned ourselves to being stuck with. Will there be an uproar over taxes and fines, or is the movement to get rid of the Affordable Care Act going to end with a war over reproductive rights and funding birth control? That one is a guaranteed loser for conservatives, folks. Obamacare will still be with us. Better think again.
The biggest win for Washington’s biggest winner?
I said three, but there is one more. The big one. The world. Obama is the biggest winner in Washington for 2014, but he is turning America into the biggest loser in the world. For all the anger the president has summoned on the domestic front, foreign policy has told a sad tale of backing down, apologies, and being tested by Russia, China, and even poverty-ridden North Korea (see: Why Does the U.S. Back Down When Threatened?). One of our biggest film studios waffled, the president criticized, and now The Interview is being shown online and in theaters. That sums up America’s standing in the world. Hollywood helped put this president in office and the Obama administration has turned America the Superpower into America the Movie, a comedy only the biggest winner in Washington will find funny.