President Obama at the Human Rights Campaign Dinner last night

Yes, you are absolutely right, this IS APPALLING!  Bullying is horrible, and somebody has to stop the leaders of Government from bashing those that could help us out of our current economic straits.  Obama even said so at last night’s Human Rights Campaign / LGBT dinner :

Obama reminded the group of the White House summit on the issue, and promised to stand with members of the business community, "who might feel alone or afraid because they’re profit oriented or conservative — who may be getting picked on or pushed around because they’re different."

Bullying isn’t, "just ‘kids being kids,’" Obama added, "It’s wrong.  It’s destructive.  It’s never acceptable.  And I want all those fat cat bankers and stingy business owners that are getting picked on for not hiring new employees and have trillions on the sidelines to spend to know that the President and the First Lady is standing right by them every inch of the way."

Heh!  Obama’s actual words after the jump. 

Dontcha just love it that even as he castigates some for bullying this politically sensitive group, his words and actions can easily be construed as bullying others in pursuit of his political agenda. Gee, isn’t bullying the stock in trade for Community Organizers?  Isn’t demonizing part of the process?  Nice to see he’s brought it to the Oval Office… 

(H/T: Washingon Examiner)


"Obama reminded the group of the White House summit on the issue, and promised to stand with members of the gay community, "who might feel alone or afraid because they’re gay or transgender — who may be getting picked on or pushed around because they’re different."

Bullying isn’t, "just ‘kids being kids,’" Obama added, "It’s wrong.  It’s destructive.  It’s never acceptable.  And I want all those kids to know that the President and the First Lady is standing right by them every inch of the way."

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